|Bird Type||Cockatiel, Lovebird, Conure...||Lovebird, Conure, Cockatiel||Lovebird, Cockatiel||African Grey, Cockatoo, Parrot, Macaw, Conure||Parakeet, Cockatiel|
|Material||Coated Metal, Metal||Coated Metal, Metal||Coated Metal, Metal||Coated Metal, Metal||Coated Metal, Metal|
The cage is very nice and sturdy, however assembly instructions could be vastly improved.
Well built, strong, easy to assemble. This cage is a height , not a width cage (flight cases are longer side to side, which is what birds need). So it's skinny and tall. Not for keeping cockatiels in. Good play cage for uncaged play time, or extra room landing pad. I'm keeping this because it's just for that, a perch, for the living room. Get a larger cage if keeping birds in it. Finches might be ok in this cage. You need to put in clean branches for the finches though. More fun! This is a third cage for me. I have my flight cage, a large cage in front of window, and now this slender landing cage for living room. I like the seed catcher skirt.
My conure Lucius was in need of a new, taller cage. Wanted to get one that has a play top area and wheels for easy movement. The directions were a little confusing, but we managed to get everything put together. He likes climbing his way up to the play area.
Just set this up today. Instructions are horrible but found a YouTube a video step by step to put it together. Overall a beautiful cage.
Downsized my birds (cockatiel) to this smaller one. Directions were vague but got it together without issue.
Grate cage for a single or a pair of parakeet houdini like the new cage however the top part need to be different and need to come with better instructions on how to put the cage together
Cage arrived in good shape. Took a whole week in transit even though website said 3days. Assembly instructions spartan. If someone was not familiar with this type of cage he would have trouble assembling. The cage is good and sturdy. Fits our needs well as a secondary cage.
Overall, this is a nice cage for the price. The perch and toy holder on the top of the cage was a big selling point for us and our conure enjoys it. My biggest frustrations were that the instructions were terrible. Worse than IKEA instructions - the photos didn't match the actual components and there was no key to compare the parts to that would tell you which screws went where. The springs for the food and water dish doors were a nightmare. I'm still not sure I have them on correctly but they're functioning "ok" - they come unscrewed easily but if you tighten them anymore, they won't slide to allow the door to open. Additioanlly, there are two trays, one for the main cage and one for the play area on top - they should be the same size, but they aren't. One tray is about 2" too small for the area it is meant to go in. Lastly, the seed guards were all bent up from shipping. We were able to bend them back into place, but some of the powder coating is not slightly chipped in those areas. Not a huge deal, but for the investment, I would think the mfg could have done a better job with the packaging.