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Post by DizzyBlue on Fri Jan 18, 2013 8:10 pm

If anybody see's a good second hand one for sale or a reasonable priced new one please let me know. They stand about 6ft high, 4ft long and 3ft wide not bothered about the seed catchers or the colour, perches I will bin and put apple branches in so not bothered if there in or not Very Happy
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Post by DizzyBlue on Sat Jan 19, 2013 8:09 am

thanks Kate for the Amazon tip cheers never thought of looking there!! These Hambleton 8's a tricky little suckers dont seem to be as popular as others but are certainly big enough to provide plenty of room for hanging out and playing Very Happy ...... in fact I may buy one for the birds
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Post by DizzyBlue on Mon Jun 03, 2013 6:16 am

The Hambleton 8 came and .....went!! Lots of issues with it! Bought it brand new and it turned out not to be the one they advertise in the photo's of their brochure!!! Anyways Tuppence ended up with the Liberta Endeavor instead (a big double for her to play in lol) In the background you can see Tuppence's cage on the left and Henni's is on the right Smile
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Post by Geff on Sat Jun 22, 2013 9:59 pm

How do you find the Liberta Endeavour ?
I was researching these cages and seemed a very competative price,
but after talking to other bird owners, I was informed that the welds often fail, and someone I know has a greenwing and while at work the bird removed the door by by the hinges.
And so my Liberta Endeavour quest was then stopped and I opted for a Rainforest Nova 1 from Scarletts, which is a strong well made cage, all ready and waiting for a B & G, which is due tomorrow via Shell.

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Post by DizzyBlue on Sun Jun 23, 2013 6:18 am

The cage is fine it's fit for purpose and I inspected the entire cage panels bolts welds trays etc as I assembled it. Locks are fine and fit for purpose too I have zero issues with this cage its nice and roomy even if I dont have the centre panel in it as I got it for one bird not two. The peeps at Liberta couldn't have been more helpful if they had tried even emailed to double check I was happy with my purchase.


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Post by Geff on Sun Jun 23, 2013 7:23 am

Thank you for your speedy reply, I wish I had "spoken" to you earlier, as I really like the dimensions of those cages. And would have purchased one. Oh well I like the Nova, and my soon too be rescue bird won't be caged much anyway. Smile

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Post by DizzyBlue on Sun Jun 23, 2013 8:51 am

But I dont have a green-wing in it so not really relevant. Have read that their beak psi is somewhere between 1500-2000, there are not many welds that will take that amount of pressure before giving way.
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Post by steve75 on Sun Jun 23, 2013 11:02 pm

Tell me about it lol

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