We have this and find it plenty large enough for 2 rabbits ( they also have a run ). The wood is very thin but we had a chicken coop made with the same thin plywood and that lasted 5 years before being replaced with this so am confident this will also last. The rabbits can fully stand and fully stretch. The enclosed area has plenty of space for both rabbits to hide. Cuddled up, the only take half of this area. They're both happy and healthy rabbits.
Reported to the national association of students foundation.
It is sad how rabbits are put in small enclosures, and often subsequently forgotten about and neglected. If you really want to keep a rabbit, get one from a rescue centre such as the RSPCA, give him/her a proper size enclosure, and look after him/her well.
Just to echo previous comments. Poor build quality, miss placed screwholes, unaligned joints, low quality fittings. Thin panels, thin floors and not watertight. Most importantly not big enough for rabbits. They won't be able to exhibit normal behaviour in this hutch. Unable to stand or stretch to full height. Not enough space for a hiding place or enrichment items. Doesn't even meet the pets at home pledge for the right size for accomodation in line with RAW guidelines. Spend a little extra and get something better. Your rabbits will thank you for it. You may find a good local joiner can make something much better for a similar price too!
Strange place to store vibrators