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GLASSY 80
GLASSY 80

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GLASSY 80

Two-storey habitat for hamsters, mice and gerbils complete with accessories
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  • Two-storey home for small rodents
  • Cage for hamsters, gerbils and mice
  • Consists of a durable hard plastic base and painted metal mesh
  • Transparent base 22.5 cm high, designed to be filled with sawdust, ideal for allowing the animal to dig and hide
  • Openable doors equipped with safety hook closure
  • Rodent cage with accessories included: 1 shelf with ladder, 1 drinking bottle, 1 steel bowl
  • Easy cleaning thanks to detachable base and mesh structure
  • ECO SUSTAINABLE: cage made of recycled iron

  • Overall dimensions: 78.5 x 57.5 x h 44.5 cm
  • Mesh bar spacing: 7.2 mm

Glassy 80 is the two-storey habitat designed specifically for small rodents such as hamsters, mice and gerbils that combines functional design and robustness. This cage is made up of a resistant hard plastic base and a narrow pitch painted metal net, specifically designed to guarantee your friends a safe and welcoming environment.
The transparent base, 22.5cm high, is ideal for filling with sawdust, providing animals with ample space to burrow and hide, natural behaviors that contribute to their well-being.

The cage is equipped with essential accessories for the rodent's comfort and activity including a shelf with ladder to allow the animal to move freely between the two floors, a drinking bottle and a steel bowl.

Glassy 80 is easy to clean: the base and mesh structure can be easily separated, making it simple to keep the habitat clean and hygienic.

Glassy is an eco-sustainable product: it is in fact produced with a high percentage of material from industrial and post-consumer recycling, for the safeguard of the environment in which we live together with our animal friends.


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