Ordered 1000 adults, box arrived today, --First of all they were packed into a too small regular cardboard box with no air holes. --Rotten Moldy potatoes we supplied for food... --There were other unknown beetles/bugs... -- 95% of them were DEAD! Only upside is refund was done quick. Avoid at all costs!
Really find it. Hard to believe there's 500 crickets. There might have been originally, but considering the box is not sealed to the point that they can't escape and transit, I'm going to say there is a lot less than that between probably losing half of them during transit and another half dead. I feel like I weigh overpaid and should have just got them at the local pet shop
I have received these crickets multiple times and always have a problem with how many they send. It is noticeably less than than the amount I order, which is even more frustrating when half the shipment dies.
Ordered 250 all were alive upon arrival bigger than expected so my baby beardie couldn’t have them but fast delivery and I plan on ordering smaller next time……also to anyone complaining about the box and not being able to transfer them to a container I’ll say cut the tape open and dump the box in a trash bag, put your hand in and shake them all off the egg crates and then transfer them from the bag into the container…….worked well for me and only one cricket got loose because he was still hidden in the box somewhere out of sight lol
The crickets are fine. Good percentage of them alive, and good size; however, the box they come in is not easy to get them out. I need to transfer them to a plastic cage for storing until it's time to feed our dragon, and it is impossible to get them out! The box needs a small hole of some kind that you can easily dump the crickets out of into the other container. Once the box is opened there are crickets flying everywhere!
I received my crickets today after a delayed delivery, and all of them are dead. I am highly disappointed.
I'm vary disappointed, there dead and smell horrible like they have been dead a few days. I'd like to send them back.
All dead both times. I wanted it to work . I really did. None of them were alive. I tried this twice.
The box wasn’t taped well and crickets were crawling out as I brought the box into my home. When I opened the box, there may have been 10 left in there. The rest have escaped. I’m torn between being happy for them and wanting more to feed my spiders.
I received the crickets in the mail, ordered 1000 of them, opened box and they were all dead. Wasn't very happy