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Verified Reviews for Zippi Tunnel Door Frame and Door Kit

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Great product - Aleandria,

I bought this for a rat cage I made and it turned out beautifully!

The reviewer has 4-6 Rat pets

High-Quality Product - Doris,

Well made; strong; designed to last. Well worth the money. Only disadvantage is the frame covers, which are brittle with sharp corners. These would have been better as soft but strong silicone. Gaps or holes in connection should be covered for quail or other small animals, while leaving ventilation.

The reviewer has 2-4 Button quail pets

Perfect for our enclosure - Hayley, Wiltshire,

The door was very easy to install on our existing rabbit enclosure (not an omlet one). My rabbit was very quick to hop through it. We just wanted to door, so our rabbit can get out in to the garden without having to leave the main large door open all the time. Perfect for what we wanted, and can add tubes in future if needed.

The reviewer has 1 Blanc De Hotot pets

Fits perfectly - An Omleteer,

Really impressed with the tunnel, fits very neatly to the bunny shed. Buns love it too. Great quality.

Great Product - Helen,

We needed to enlarge our rabbit run and have used this to connect another run to the Eglu go - the rabbits love running up and down it.

Doors - Karin,

The doors are great although my bun has taken offence to them being closed especially at night on his hutch but hopefully the bars will get chewed more than the doors!

Best to get the full door kit here - Julie,

After many false starts getting the Zippi tunnel system installed in its winter home inside the garage, I’ve come to the conclusion that you shoukd only install the full door system rather than just the round opening. Well if you have bouncy, tricksy bunnies like my two. You really need to have isolation doors for essential maintenance and cuddling/ health checks. Installing the doirs is slightly painful. On mesh sides you need a hefty pair of pliers and a swear jar. On wooden hutches you need to check that you have cut a large enough hole for the inner lip to fit fully, and make sure that there is enough clearance for the door to clip open with the top of the hutch frame (frantic chiseling session later). Personally, I preferred fixing the doors with bolts and wingnuts in both cases, and had to get some longer bolts for the hutch. The door raises by sticking your finger in the little hole and pushing an integral plastic piece/ lever).