|Bird Type||Cockatiel, Parakeet||Cockatiel, Parakeet||Cockatiel, Parakeet||Cockatiel, Parakeet||Cockatiel, Parakeet|
|Material||Metal, Coated Metal||Metal, Coated Metal||Metal, Coated Metal||Metal, Coated Metal||Metal, Coated Metal|
Chewy has the best customer service. I purchased another cage from them and it was awful. It was so cheaply made that when I hung the cage the top of it bowed out and the wire was so thin I was afraid of my cocktail getting hurt. I did a review on line just talked about the cage and never asked for anything because chewy wasn’t the one who made the cage. Before you know it I got a email from customer service to give them a call out they were concer about my purchase and reimbursed me for the cage. Who does that now these days? All I know is they are great people and I Will continue my purchases with them.
Absolutely beautiful and well made bird cage. Delivery was quick and I’m very pleased.
I like this cage so much I've now bought two. The first houses my budgies, a perfect size for two small, active birds. I decided to try it for my 11yo cockatiel because I wanted more portability for him (his existing cage was WAY too heavy to move comfortably), and he loves it. He tends to limit his activity to a few spots high in the cage, so it works well for him. Pros: enough room for a couple fliers or one lazy perch hugger; lightweight; super easy to assemble; nice quality, sturdy; removable slide-out trays for paper changes (I can't believe there are actually cages now that don't have this function). Limitations: no horizontal bars for climbers (cockatiel); large door can bounce open while cleaning; the depth of the cage makes it challenging for one person to remove screw-on perches for cleaning, installation, etc. But these are just minor inconveniences. After many years of bird ownership, I've come to accept there is no perfect cage. I definitely recommend this one.
I haven’t purchased this yet, but I want to mention, all the Prevue cages I’ve owned, if you gently squeeze both sides of the cage and lift, the sides where the cage clips to the bottom, you can lift off the top, keep everything in tact, set it off to the side and and have full access to the bottom tray and grate. Whether you use grate or not. I’ve done it with my parakeets happily playing and they’ve never paid much attention.
I have a 9 week old parrotlet, and he loves his new cage. He adapted to it immediately. It’s spacious and sturdy. The drawbridge style door opening is excellent. My only complaint is the bottom is not easy to clean. Cage messes land where the grate rests, just below the grate and just above the sliding tray. The bottom grate is removable and you can lift it to get items underneath, but it can’t come out without disassembling a portion of the cage. I may end up removing the grate altogether. As far as my bird is concerned (since he doesn’t clean the cage), it is a birdie palace.
Purchased two of these cages for my parakeets. Two parakeets can easily be housed in the cage as there is plenty of room, I just preferred that each has their own cage. Love how the front door comes down to a landing, so the birds can go in and out without having to hold a door up. It comes with three dowels which I did not use. I purchased natural perches from my local bird store which are better for their feet. I also removed the grate, as if you wanted to remove it for cleaning, you basically have to take the cage apart to an extent to get it out. Parakeets do not need a grate and it is much easier to clean without. I have looked at a lot of table top cages and this one is the best in my opinion. I highly recommend. You won't be disappointed!
The length of this cage is great for my canary. Cage is sturdy. Nice looking. Big door opening that makes into a landing. Love it on my DIY cage stand made out of driftwood!