We are in development phase of a linear light bulb fixture. The only way, we will offer these, is if I can find a way to improve on what is already out there AND make it more affordable. Otherwise, there is no point.
THANK YOU DIYCAGES!! It arrived today (ordered it on saturday). It is everything I hoped it would be, I put it together without the directions in about 10-15 minutes. VERY SIMPLE. It is a very sturdy well built cage, and for the price, a GREAT deal in comparison to cages similar in design and size. I cannot find anything unsatisfactory whatsoever. I would reccomend this cage to anyone and I plan on buying a few more for myself!
Alec, don't take my post as a slam, I was just being skeptical of a company who in the first post was referenced with ebay..With ebay most times your better safe than sorry. Like I previously stated, by Brad backing you with allowing sponsor status, that is better than any ebay feed back possible.
I wish you well, and if your product is of higher quality, word will certainly get around.
I do get your point for the name. But wish you offerd some kit's like I mentioned. Where you assembled everything yourself. Just cit off the cost of your labor on the price
Not that I'm trying to be cheap....I build all my cages myself. Working on one now.
Though I can't personally attest to the actual quality of the cages (tho from what i've seen it's solidly built as any cage i've seen commercially available), the prices are way below any pet store or cage builder I know of. I'm ordering a 2x2x4 cage for my veiled from DIY.
i did mine 95% DIY! i bought wood, aluminum screen and the nails i already had. with the screen and wood that i bought it came out to be about 50 bucks! and i made it custome made. it is 30x24x38! my cham loves it! ;] if you have the time to make it your own you should! i bought my stuff from lowes and home depot. good luck with your decision (by the way the extra money i had left over i bought plants and accesories for the cham. such as vines and the dripper)
Thank you for all the comments. We will work to improve the products from the comments we receive from you, as time goes on.
We do not have any hoods that hold linear bulbs. I generally use spirals with my animals and have seen no ill effects. The spiral bulbs are cheaper and take less room. So the first batch of light hoods house from 1 to 3 bulbs. Depending on which size you get.
Assembly takes about 15 min per cage. We are developing a step by step picture instruction guide for the website. Should be up shortly