The Eglu Cube MK2 has a unique twin walled construction but for the ultimate protection for your hens this insulating blanket is just the thing. Filled with a heat trapping recycled material that is breathable, the jackets keep your pets warm and protected from the worst that the weather can throw at them.

This purpose designed chicken coop cover is easy to fit; simply secure to the run with the supplied bungees (if you don't have a run, use the bungees to wrap around the frame legs) and then pull the drawstrings tight for a perfect fit.

The rear panel remains accessible and so does the dropping tray. To access the egg port simply release the bungees and lift the cover. Similarly the front door can be opened and closed just by releasing the drawstring.

Can be used on an Eglu Cube MK2 with or without a run.

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Details

Weight: 3.000 kg

Height: 40 cm

Width: 40 cm

Length: 25 cm

Brand: Omlet (364 Products)

Latest Product Reviews For Extreme Temperature Jacket for Eglu Cube MK2 with Bungees

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High Quality Product - Could Have Been Even BETTER! - Virginia,

I love all things Omlet - My hubby thinks I am obsessed : ) Can I recommend this product? ABSOLUTELY! Its made with High Quality materials and it WILL keep things warm. (I snuggled in it while bingeing on Downton Abbey while my afghan was drying the other night and actually got HOT.) I am also more than confident that if Minnesota chickens are fine under this that Virginia chickens will DEFINITELY be! So why 4 stars and not 5? A design compromise - was it for the profit margin? The zipper on the back of the jacket DOES NOT allow for the back area to detach from the rest of the piece! So unless you zip it into the middle and then roll that into a cylinder and have it hang down the back of your Cube, you are in an all or nothing situation. Further, it has NO elastic in the back to allow for "snuggage" against the Cube. Is this a bad thing? Well it IS inconvenient and to my eye just looks tacky. But not tacky enough to return, because the quality of the item and the fact everything else about it is perfect outside of these two details makes me hum and haw and crease my brows but NOT put it back in the box. I was actually surprised at this situation because the lesser of the two jackets - (could it be termed a windbreaker?) has the snuggage factor in the back. I thought that Omlet had just added the back piece as fully removable to that one and sold it as a parka. But no - they didnt. Or I got the only flawed one! OMLET - Add a zipper that allows the back part to be sold separately AND makes the full jacket more pragmatic, and then you will capture all the market that doesn't have the money to buy the full jacket all at once, but can purchase in steps. It will mean profit for you in the long run and happy customers that don't have to buy 2 separate jackets so they can have what they want in insulative qualities for their Cube. Lastly, this version won't look tacky sitting in someones yard. (My solution - fortunately I sew so I am going to take mine apart, sew in a zipper that allows for the back to be fully removed, and sew in bungee cord to the back. Several hours work, but sometimes you just have to take the time....)

Omlet Says: Hi Kelly, Thank you for your review, we value all feedback as this helps us improve our products for the future. I will forward your comments onto our design team who will take it into consideration for future improvements. Many thanks, Omlet


Great product! -

I live in the frozen tundra of Minnesota and my chickens are having comfortable nights with this blanket on. No need for a heater even on the coldest of nights, this blanket does the trick!


Toasty Chickens! -

Well, maybe not toasty, but Puck has all the points on his comb and we have had temps down to -31 F so far this winter. My show birds are in this coop and they’re all doing fine. I added the wind breaks on the sides and ends and the clear tarp over the top and down over the front to protect them from the chill and snow, and they’re happy birds. The whole set-up works beautifully.