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Qute is a brand new, beautiful and easy to clean pet house. Designed like a piece of contemporary furniture, it will look stylish in any room and you can finally have an indoor pet house that you will be proud of.

The 1-Minute-Clean
Cleaning your Qute couldn't be easier! Qute has two compartments: a deep bedding tray (which you can fill with any suitable material) and an upper floor. Your pets can move between them using the integrated tube and when you want to clean the bedding tray you can stow your pets upstairs. Simply lock your pets in the upstairs compartment using the Lift ’n’ Twist tube, then you can empty the bedding tray into the bin, wipe the tray clean with a pet safe disinfectant and refill with fresh bedding. We have timed it and the whole job can be completed in less than a minute - hence we call it the 1-minute-clean.

Playful and Fun
The large deep bedding tray is clear and flat so it is easy to see your little furry friends going about their daily lives. You can watch your pets building nests, digging holes, running up and down the tube, using the wheel and generally being cute and fluffy.

Handle your Pets Easily
Qute makes it really easy to spend time with and play with your pets. The Lift ‘N’ Twist tube allows you to simply lock the pets either upstairs or downstairs making it really easy to catch them. You can then use the bedding tray as a mobile play station, moving it from room to room with you.

Deep Bedding and Draft Free Ventilation
Qute has a super deep bedding tray which minimises the amount of nesting material that your pets will kick out of the tray. It also allows you to create a deep bedding area for your pets to burrow, nest and play in. The mesh area at the top gives your pets plenty of fresh air keeping them healthy and happy.

Complete Package
Your Qute comes with a feed bowl, a water bottle, cut out cardboard toys and a wheel. Your pets can use the exercise wheel to stretch their legs and keep in shape. However, exercise can get addictive so it's important to regulate use of the wheel for no more than 1 hour per day.

Safe and Secure
Qute is designed to keep your pets safe and secure from other household pets including cats or dogs. The bedding tray has a secure lock on the underside which is easy for children to use. The wire floor is suitable for Syrian Hamsters and Gerbils, but if you want to keep mice and dwarf hamsters you will need the solid floor version of Qute which will be available soon.

Take everything to pieces
Occasionally you will want to give your Qute a really deep clean. You can do this by releasing the front wire panel and removing the floor, tube, wheel and food and water containers. You can keep your pets in the bedding tray while you do this, just remember to flip the front mesh panel back to prevent them from climbing out.

Dimensions: 64cm height x 48cm width x 37cm depth.

Please note this will arrive flat-packed and will need assembling.

You can find the instructions for the Qute by clicking here

$109.00 Ex Tax

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Details

Weight: 16.333 kg

Height: 29 cm

Width: 49 cm

Length: 60 cm

Latest Product Reviews For Birch Style Qute Gerbil and Hamster Cage

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The only humane hamster cage you can buy. - Michigan,

Store bought hamster cages are way too small, like a little prison, this cage is the only one that offers adequate space and has a very durable build. The bottom can accommodate a little hut hideout, food bowl and chew toys, I bought an extra flying saucer wheel for the top. My hamster loves it! The only change I would make is to the top floor mesh width in the front, a bit on the wide side for tiny hamster paws.


It’s not a hamster cage, it’s a home! -

My daughter and I recently acquired a second hamster. We had adopted Possum about six months before. She came home in a cage that was way too small, so without much thought I bought a bigger version of the same cage. We then added Cammy-Bear to our family, but only had a temporary cage. I decided to spend some time researching hamster cages, and came upon Omlet. The price was right, and the functionality and style was perfect. I decided to get two. The two sit side-by-side and fit perfectly into this nook where a VHS cassette storage unit had been. The Omlet really is beautiful. It’s well designed. I’m a single mom, and just so-so with assembling things. Putting the second unit together was a breeze in comparison to the first. The only issue I had, was there are these two small (? 3”) rubber tubes which are to be placed in two inserts on the underside of the top of the unit. You’re to push those tubes into the openings. The metal cage back is shaped to fit into those two inserts, pushing into the rubber tubing, before sliding a metal rod through a pre-drilled hole on one side, through a few metal hoops on the bottom of the metal cage back, and into a pre-drilled hole on the other side. This is to hold the metal back firmly to the unit. Well, the first Omlet I put together, I totally missed this step, and put it together without the rubber tubing. I decided that after seeing all that I would have to undo, to just leave it. I tested out the metal cage back to see if it had too much give that it could pull out of the two inserts, but there was only minimal movement, so I let it go, and made a mental note to be sure and use the tubing on the second one I still had to put together. As I’m putting it together, I get to that point, place the rubber tubing, and when trying to insert the metal cage back by pushing it far enough in, and against the rubber tubing, so that the metal rod could pass through, and line up with the second hole, it wouldn’t. I made several attempts before giving up, and foregoing the rubber tubing. The metal rod without the rubber tubing lined up perfectly. Again, I checked the metal cage back, which fits. Neither hamster can get out. The two Omlets are now put together, and really look beautiful, and were well thought out. My only thought, and it’s by no means a criticism, but merely a suggestion for future design changes. The Omlet is two levels. The bottom is where the bedding goes, and the top is where the food dish, wheel and water bottle go. The top floor is made up of a metal grid on the front and back, and a plastic flooring in the center, which is where the tube runs through for the hamster to go up and down. Both hamsters for whatever reason don’t care to keep their food in the dish, and have decided that they like it in the back corner on the metal grid, which then drops through the metal flooring and in the back, behind the Omlet, and onto the floor. I’ll be jimmying something to catch the food. It’s really more of an issue with the back. If the unit were in casters, it would be easier to move. I understand the gridding was to allow air to circulate, but perhaps a 1-2” tray or shelf could be attached, to catch what they push out. Just an idea. Otherwise, it’s two thumbs up


So pretty! Easy to clean. A few misses -

I love this qute cage, it's definitely the prettier of them all. I got a pair if gerbils right away, & they enjoy it. I learned after they typically like more space than this 1 cage, & dream now if attaching a second quite somehow, or getting something bigger. The other warning is they can escape out the back side when the drawer is open. I thought I was playing with one put him back in the drawer, & the other escaped out the back. Luckily they are tame & he came right to me.


Three happy gerbils! -

My three gerbils are super happy in this cage! Love that the cage is free standing, doubles as a side table and is esthetically attractive.


Highly recommend -

We had originally bought a cage for my daughter’s long-haired Syrian hamster then saw this. Far from an eyesore the omlet habitat is a pleasure to look at in her room. In addition to having half the footprint of the other cage, though twice the price it’ll far outlast the cheap made in China habitat. But most of all it’s simple for my daughter to clean. That was the deal when she got Tot, her hamster. She was going to be responsible for all care including cleaning the cage. Thankfully Omlet’s design makes it super simple for a 12 y.o. to maintain the cleanliness. Would highly recommend spending the extra money on their habitat. Assembly was IKEA easy. That’s the best way I can describe it. Much like putting together a dresser from Ikea, as long as you pay attention to the directions you’ll get it right the first time. Enjoy!