National Geographic™ Sanctuary Reptile Terrarium
50 gallon cage
I purchased this cage about a week ago and I have to tell you I am soo impressed. When I first went in to petsmart my intention was to get the exoterra 36 L cage, but as I searched around in the store I discovered this cage and immediately fell in love, because not only does it beat the exoterra cage price i can also put the cage together how i want . It is very heavy duty. You can tell it will last forever. The only bad thing i have to say about it is that there are no handles ,but that is an easy fix. Just go to lowes and buy some adhesive knobs and you are set. My beardie loves it.
October 4, 2014
Beautiful tank at a great price
I own a young adult beardie and she had outgrown her 40 gallon tank so I found this one online with my petperks. It was on sale for $149.99 (18"x18"x36") and it was worth every penny. The frame is very sturdy and putting it together was simple. It took maybe 20 minutes to set up. The only thing to take into account is that it's a very heavy tank and you should definitely start setting it up in the spot you're going to leave it at. Other than that, this tank is perfect. I love the doors on the side and that they lock, as well as the locking lid. It makes me feel comfortable leaving her on her own.
September 28, 2014
Great product for the price. A little heavy...
Just purchased the 36x18x18 today for my male bearded dragon. I love it so far! I didn't take long to set up at all. However it is very heavy and you should know 100% where you want to put it before you set it up. Moving it would be a pain!! The instructions were vague but it became pretty self explanatory after ten minutes!! Great product for the money!
September 6, 2014
Very satisfied with it.
Like others have said on here, the item is well built. My daughter is very happy to to have as the home for her bearded dragon, when it isn't crawling around.
I wanted to post this review more to save others from the slight frustration I dealt with putting the cable pass in place. Everything was going along fine until I got to step 6 and the single picture for that step. The part is actually three parts and two of them are screwed together. The attached picture shows the picture from the manual, the pass in its 3 parts, unthreading the two outer parts, and all 3 parts together. Mine came together and there was very little indication that it separates.
Hopefully this is valuable to others.
August 3, 2014