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Rotastak Creepy Castle (for hamsters etc) Was £49 now £29.89 at Argos

£29.89 @ Argos
Rotastak Creepy Castle (for hamsters etc) Was £49 now £29.89 at Argos * Complete home for gerbils, hamsters and mice. * Fully compatible with the rest of the Rotastak range. * Su… Read More
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Rotastak Creepy Castle (for hamsters etc) Was £49 now £29.89 at Argos

* Complete home for gerbils, hamsters and mice.
* Fully compatible with the rest of the Rotastak range.
* Suitable for 1 gerbil, hamster or mouse at a time.
* Not to be used as a breeding unit.
* Should be situated in a safe, secure place, quiet and out of direct sunlights and draughts.
* Size when fully assembled (L)53, (D)51, (H)62cm.
* Unit requires assembly, instructions included.
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#1
these things can be expensive, good price.
#2
I got this at full price from pets at home a few years ago and found it to be complete rubbish as it kept falling to bits and it ended up in the bin.Would not recommend this at all.
#3
We got the pink palace for my daughter for Christmas just gone for £22 from Amazon, it's fine, no bits have broken or anything. It is a pain to clean though. We got it a Rotastak external wheel as the internal one is looooooud!
#4
I bought the space command centre from Amazon for £29.99. Great deal, heat added.
#5
My hamster's rotastake cage is awesome too, never had a problem with it, apart from it being such a pain to clean as said above.
The hamster seems to like it though, so its worth it.
#6
If I was a hamster I wouldn't want to live in a creepy castle, no way.

Edited By: Rom on Feb 21, 2011 23:28
1 Like #7
I used to have this and Frank (my gerbil) loved it. Great piece of kit!
#8
alexytin
I used to have this and Frank (my gerbil) loved it. Great piece of kit!

What happened?
#9
Hammy must be turning in his grave!
#10
looks like it'd be a nightmare to clean!
#11
Ha how cool is that, but agree with Benslatz would be a nightmare to clean!
1 Like #12
simate
We got the pink palace for my daughter for Christmas just gone for £22 from Amazon, it's fine, no bits have broken or anything. It is a pain to clean though. We got it a Rotastak external wheel as the internal one is looooooud!


Your daughter is a lucky girl. Although it may be worth encouraging her to run around in slightly bigger, open spaces...:3
#13
We have the space station one and it is a royal pain in the backside to clean. You have to take most of it to bits each time you clean it out. Our hamster has also taken the decision to store his food in the tubes and to go to the toilet in the wheel, so there are no parts of that "cage" which stay clean.
1 Like #14
I bought this set over six years ago to house 3 gerbils and is still in use now with 4 new gerbils after the first three moved on to the great big Rotastak in the sky. I have found the quality excellent and as long as you remember to put all the bits together properly and give the gerbils enough other things to keep their gnawing obsession under control you should not have any problems with them gnawing this to bits.

We did have one slight mishap when we took of the water bottle to fill up and came back a minute later and they had gnawed away the little nibs that hold the bottle in. We went to the local pet store and they gave us a replacement bit for free (imagine you could get the bit for a pound).

With the whole thing built it’s a fair size for four Gerbils but we still let them out to run around a controlled area fairly often and also have a ball (which none of our Gerbils have ever really taken too). The wheel on the creepy castle is very popular and absolutely flies when cleaned and slightly greased.

In term of cleaning we find this fairly easy. We move the gerbils into another container (such as the carry box you brought the gerbils home in from the pet shop) all the bits obviously separate easily to be emptied out of all sawdust, bedding, etc and then place all the bits into a stacker box filled with warm water and slightly soapy. The longest part is getting it all dry again, usually takes us about 40 mins and it great to see the Gerbils buzzing round when you first put them back in again and you have slightly changed the layout.

The box section shown at the front on the picture is great for putting the bath sand in and keeps the gerbils coats shiny. Unless in the last six years they have started to cut costs with cheaper plastics, then all in all, I can not only heartily recommend the creepy castle, but also recommend gerbils as fantastic pets who can become very tame with the help of milk drops (gerbil Scooby snacks!)
#15
rubbish, my hamster escaped from ours in seconds

Edited By: royals on Mar 03, 2011 20:56

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