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Well worth the effort - Maureen,

Arrived promptly albeit missing the ladder! which was very quickly sent when I phoned Omlet (Very helpful lady at customer services) Found some difficulty inserting clips around the skirt due to the proximity to the ground, but once overcome it was quickly finished and a very pleasing outcome both practically and visually. Two very happy hens have taken residence and LOVE their new home.

Very happy - Angela,

We bought our Go Up recently to replace our wooden A-frame coop. We are so happy with it. My father assembled it and the run, and it took him a few hours - glad it wasn't me! It looks fabulous, and our three chickens are happy in it. It is weatherproof, predator-proof, and so easy to clean. In our tropical Brisbane weather, we no longer have to worry about the wooden coop swelling and warping (we used to have to cover our wooden coop with plastic to cope with the torrential downpours), or about mites and lice hiding in cracks in wood. The coop is easy to move too.

Happy chickens - Julie,

I purchased the Eglu GoUp for my first ever chickens. I must admit I struggled at first putting it together but eventually got the hang of it. It fits perfectly into my garden. The chickens seem very happy and contented. Just waiting for my first eggs .

Thanks - Christine,

Very pleased with product , unfortunately no chickens yet due to bird flu but we are hoping to purchase at the end of February ,warrens and novo browns . I will send photos when available . Thank you

Go up frame and ladder - Sally,

Easy to make and bantams were straight up ladder at dusk! Only problem I had was tightening up wing nuts. I still need to tighten them properly.

Love my purchase - Betty,

We found it so hard to put the run together the clips were so hard to use. We used plastic ties they were easy to just pull together. I find it so easy to clean, no mites yet but it's winter the test will be in the summer.

Now very happy with it - Sharon,

I received all the boxes and on opening it all I found a feeding bowl lid broken, so I phoned and let the customer service people know. After sending a photo the lovely lady sent me a knew one. I then realised I hadn't been sent the egg boxes, so again let them know and customer service sent me some straight away. We are now all set up and our chickens are so happy. So easy to clean out which is why I chose this product in the first place. It was great to see customer service still exists.

Great!! - Jane,

I love the Omlet hen house and so do my two hens!! We managed to put it together reasonably easily - found the wheel assembly the most tricky bit. Love that it is easy to clean. Because we need to keep food out of view of marauding jackdaws and didn't go for the covered version it would be good to have a feeder that could be fixed inside.

over all very satisfied with product. - James,

easy to assemble, Product looks good.

Not convinced yet - Hazel, Nottinghamshire,

When I unpacked the house of my Eglu the feeder was broken and I had the wrong number of screws. I called and these were re-sent promptly. I unpacked the wheels and frame on the weekend and there was a small plastic stopper for the wheels missing. Three things wrong in my order was disappointing, considering the price of the product I expected everything to be present. I was surprised how long it took to put together, the run especially seemed a bit of an unnecessarily lengthy process to clip it all together, surely there is a simpler way to make it? I bought it because my wooden one is falling apart. So far the chicks seem happy enough but I'm yet to be convinced that it's worth the extra money compared to my old wooden one. If it's still working well in 5 years I'll write a more positive review! On the plus side think it will be easy to clean, and to move with the wheels.

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