Hamster Cage Large RRP £39.99 only £14.99 instore @ Home Bargains - HotUKDeals
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Really good price for a large hamster cage.This is a really large hamster or gerbil cage with multiple platforms each with hamster fun funnels. Included in your cage are the hamster house, whizzy wheel, and water bottle, ladders and feeding pot. Black base and black wire and blue roof to jazz it up a very colourful interior all you need is your hamster to make it his Beckingham Palace

Size H63cm x W47cm x D30cm
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[mod]#1
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51mrDdNc4yL._SS500_.jpg
#2
It's a nice size cage. I hate the small "starter" cages that pet shops sell, which the majority of hamsters probably end up spending their lives in.
#3
Yea, a nice size.

And a hamster found the deal... :)
#4
They've had these for a while in Telford, bought 2 to replace our starter cages & our 2 hamsters seem to like plus they're easy to clean
#5
Are they easy to assemble.
#6
You moving home Andy?
[mod]#7
Jumpingphil
You moving home Andy?

Upgrading Phil
You coming to the cage warming party
Bring a bottle (or water)
#8
andywedge
Jumpingphil
You moving home Andy?
Upgrading PhilYou coming to the cage warming partyBring a bottle (or water)



I'll be there with a bottle but I doubt very much if it will be water.
#9
I bought this hamster cage about 2 years ago. Its alrite but the hamster has managed to escape a few times as the cage isnt secured very well to the base. easy for cleaning and lots of runways but you get what you pay for
#10
Cracking deal, used to have a Rotastack (sp?) cage when i was a lad which was great but expensive, not sure you even get them now.
1 Like #11
Did a quick search and Rotastak are still around!

Look a bit different now right enough but some of these look pretty cool if a little more expensive, they have the added advantage of being able to add further parts/extensions.

http://www.petplanet.co.uk/category.asp?dept_id=143

Edited By: konkywonky on Aug 02, 2010 08:47: Added link
#12
My sis has bought two cages from Quality Save/Home & Bargains in the past,the one above she couldn't put together at all so binned it lol the other was a much smaller similar design one that she kept to take the hamster on it's hols in(seriously)that was a nitemare to put together too,my ex had to do it for her.

In the end she paid about 30 quid for a pink plastic type one on 3 levels,NOT a wired cage like the one above.

Edited By: deb8z on Aug 02, 2010 09:22: typooooooooooooooo
#13
dai70
Are they easy to assemble.


Yes very
#14
foxyd3vil
I bought this hamster cage about 2 years ago. Its alrite but the hamster has managed to escape a few times as the cage isnt secured very well to the base. easy for cleaning and lots of runways but you get what you pay for


Not had that trouble myself & 1 of the hamsters had previously escaped from another cage!
#15
Just out of curiousity, if you let your hamster out of it's cage and roam around, what does it do? Try to run for the hills? Try to make a hole in your skirting board? Eat through your electrical cables?
#16
I wish I had a home bargains near me :(
[mod]#17
Baron Jerk-Off
Just out of curiousity, if you let your hamster out of it's cage and roam around, what does it do? Try to run for the hills? Try to make a hole in your skirting board? Eat through your electrical cables?


Yes to all of the above X)
Get the little fella a hamster ball. Hours of fun
1 Like #18
We used to have two hamsters called Vodka n Coke (RIP) and they just loved the hamster ball - what a laugh watching them in it!
#19
Baron Jerk-Off
Just out of curiousity, if you let your hamster out of it's cage and roam around, what does it do? Try to run for the hills? Try to make a hole in your skirting board? Eat through your electrical cables?

I had one escape in a flat once and it managed to get out of the flat, make its way to and cross a nearby road where it was spottted by someone who handed it in to a local pet shop. We only got it back because the person had put a notice in a shop window close to where it was found. That was over 15 years ago, I still have some vinyl records up the loft that have half of the covers knawed away by the little blighter from a previous escape!
#20
lol, ok, thanks for the info guys. Little buggers! :D
#21
I wouldn't suggest this cage if you have a dwarf hamster as the bars aren't as close as others and they can squeeze out, as some people seem to have found.

My hamster loved this cage as there was plenty to keep him occupied, great fun watching him climb the bars all the way to the top too!

I found it a little fiddly to put together and to reassemble after it fell apart during cleaning, but it's a great price for a large cage including all the tubes and accessories you get.
#22
andywedge
Baron Jerk-Off
Just out of curiousity, if you let your hamster out of it's cage and roam around, what does it do? Try to run for the hills? Try to make a hole in your skirting board? Eat through your electrical cables?


Yes to all of the above X)
Get the little fella a hamster ball. Hours of fun


Ive had hamsters before & they all loved the hamster ball. They can roam around the house (or flat) for hours & you dont have to wonder where they are as you can hear them crashing & bashing obstacles in their path (im sure a hamster was on the news a while back for going on a 2 mile run in its ball....)

currently have 2 rats, have tried them in a ball but all they do is sit in it so just let them run around my flat. they haven't eaten any cables (touch wood!!) but they always want to burrow through the carpets at the corners, no-where else, just the corners (strange i know).

here's a youtube clip of a hamster in a wheel, i found it quite funny....LINK
#23
[/quote]a hamster will obsessively chew on the bars, which believe it or not can gradually push their teeth into their skull and cause brain damage, eep! Chew toys can partly rectify the problem, but some hamsters will often wisen up and ignore them along with their exercise wheel (like this one I had!)[/quote]
It's not the chewing that causes the hamsters teeth to be pushed into its skull, the chewing is what prevents it from happening.

A hamsters teeth grow continuously, if they do not chew to wear them down then they would eventually prevent the hamster from feeding....
#24
Great price, we paid almost double last year from the local pet shop but son's girlfriend had it in a tiny cage and I felt sorry for it.
It did escape once by slightly pushing up the central roof triangle so we used coloured paperclips as ties to hold any piece that moved even slightly in place.
#25
Would be alright if it was more for chinese hamsters. But mine have been split up either way, Buggers had a fight and lets say it ended up with the one losing its tiny tail.
So ever since, i've got now two cages.
Does anyone know if nearly 3 years old is old for chinese hamsters?
#26
konkywonky
Did a quick search and Rotastak are still around!

Look a bit different now right enough but some of these look pretty cool if a little more expensive, they have the added advantage of being able to add further parts/extensions.


http://www.petplanet.co.uk/category.asp?dept_id=143


I bought one of those space command rotastacks when we first got our hamster - he loved it but my word was it a pain to keep clean, all the tubes and seperate compartments.

Still got it in a box - keep meaning to boot sale it or stick it out at a boot sale or something.

Using a plain cage now with various items in it....really tempted by this deal tho...

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