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anyone heard of Savic cages?

Discussion in 'Toys & Cages Bypass' started by datlamb, 7/17/17.

  1. datlamb

    datlamb Sprinting down the street

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    i recently found Savic's cages for sale in my country, but i could not find any reviews for it. has anyone heard of /owned one and knows if they are good quality?
    i am thinking of getting this one for a cockatiel
     
  2. Lady Jane

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    What country?
     
  3. datlamb

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    Israel.
    other large cages sold here are these however i could not find the manufacturer's site to see what the bar spacing for each cage is
     
  4. tka

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    I've had some of their ferret/rat/hamster cages and used them for rats (the hamster one was a hospital cage for an elderly rat whose movement was limited). They're good cages, expensive but well-made, sturdy and with some nice feathures. Their locks were particularly thoughtfully designed - lots of cages for small animals have rubbish locks that the rats would have figured out in no time, and indeed mine would let themselves out of a Liberta cage until I added extra clips. I don't know what their bird cages are like, but if they're as good as their small animal cages you'll be fine.
     
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    thank you very much for your reply ! i am much calmer purchasing this cage now :) honestly, there is like 0 info on it online.

    is anyone else familiar with these cages?
     
  6. karen256

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    It looks like a nice cage to me, I'd ask them about the bar spacing to be safe (although it looks ok). You want spacing 3/4 inch (1.9 cm) or less for a cockatiel.
    Also I would ask if the dimensions listed include the seed catcher at the bottom. I suspect they are counting that in the dimensions, so the actual interior cage space is smaller, but it should still be large enough.
     
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    Finally they wrote me back!!
    The dimensions listed are without the seed catcher.
    And the cage's bar spacing is 16 MM which is 0.6 or 5/8 of an inch.
    It sounds perfect! I just hope it's as good quality as their rodent cages. Only info I can find about this cage is from Russian sites! Haha
     
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