Qute Hamster Cage

Looking for a hamster cage that you can be proud to display? The Qute Hamster and Gerbil Cage could be just what you're after. This modern hamster home is a stylish alternative to most hamster cages and it has been designed as a piece of contemporary furniture. Available in white, walnut or birch effect, this luxury hamster house will look great in your home and you will love its practical benefits too. A gerbil cage that can be cleaned in just one minute? You've found it!

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Walnut Style Qute Gerbil and Hamster Cage
Walnut Style Qute Gerbil and Hamster Cage
  $109.00   $99.00
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Birch Style Qute Gerbil and Hamster Cage
Birch Style Qute Gerbil and Hamster Cage
  $109.00   $99.00
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White Qute Gerbil and Hamster Cage
White Qute Gerbil and Hamster Cage
  $109.00   $99.00
Walnut Style Qute Gerbil and Hamster Cage with Storage
Walnut Style Qute Gerbil and Hamster Cage with Storage
  $129.00
Est. Dispatch Around : 06/24/2019
Birch Style Qute Gerbil and Hamster Cage with Storage
Birch Style Qute Gerbil and Hamster Cage with Storage
  $129.00
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White Qute Gerbil and Hamster Cage with Storage
White Qute Gerbil and Hamster Cage with Storage
  $129.00
Est. Dispatch Around : 06/24/2019
Girl looking at a Hamster in the Qute. Your Kids will love the Qute Hamster Cage.

The large, deep bedding tray allows your gerbils and hamsters to nest and burrow naturally. The bedding tray is made from virtually unbreakable polycarbonate and is crystal clear so you and your pets have the perfect view of each other.

The flooring in the top tier of the Qute.

The Qute Hamster and Gerbil Cage now has solid floor. The majority of the floor is made from clear plastic, allowing you to get a good view of both the top and bottom of the cage and your pet. A slightly raised grid surface design provides grip, without being uncomfortable on small feet, and a section of mesh either side offers good ventilation and allows bedding or debris to fall into the tray below.

The Lift 'n' Twist™ Tube Keeps your Hamster Healthy and Happy

The Qute hamster house has two levels, the top floor is for feeding and exercising and underneath your pet hamsters and gerbils will love the extra deep tray for nesting and burrowing. You can use the Lift 'n' Twist Tube to separate the top level from the bedding tray - handy for lots of reasons...

Walnut Qute with the Lift 'n' Twist Tube™ in down position.

Open Door - Reach through to the tube by opening the mesh door.

Walnut Qute with the Lift 'n' Twist Tube™ in up position.

Lift 'n' Twist Tube - Lift and twist the tube to lock it in position.

Removing the bedding tray from the Qute.

Remove Tray - Remove the bedding tray easily.

An Easy to Clean Hamster Cage

Cleaning your Qute is amazingly quick and simple, in fact, you can clean it in less than 1 minute! You simply Lift 'n' Twist the tube and stow your pets upstairs while you clean the bedding tray. No other small animal house is quite that easy to clean and with a hygienic home, your pets will be healthier and happier.

Girl empties bedding tray of the Qute.

Empty Tray - Empty the used bedding out of the bedding tray straight into the dustbin or a compost heap.

Girl wipes down bedding tray of the Qute.

Wipe Clean - Use a pet-safe disinfectant to get the bedding tray squeaky clean.

Girl refills bedding tray of the Qute.

Refill Tray - Refill the bedding tray with a good layer of fresh bedding and replace.

The locks on the bedding tray and top tier cage.

Qute small pet house is designed to keep your hamster 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 but prevents the tray from being accidentally moved. The wire spacing is suitable for gerbils and syrian hamsters but may not be suitable for dwarf hamsters.

The silent wheel inside the Qute. Your pets won't keep you up at night!

The Qute Hamster and Gerbil Cage now has a new smooth-running exercise wheel. The wheel mounting has an extremely low friction bearing inside, resulting in a much smoother turn which is good for the hamster and good for you!

Children playing with Gerbils out of Qute bedding tray. The Qute makes handling your pets fun and easy.

Qute makes it really easy to spend time playing with your pet hamster or gerbils. It's great fun to take your pets with you to another room, so the handy bedding tray doubles as a mobile play station. Just Lift n' Twist the tube, slide out the tray and you never have to leave your pets in the same room again.

Storage cupboard, bedding draw and ventilation in the Qute.

The top mesh section and bedding tray provides draught-free ventilation for keeping your hamsters and gerbils healthy and happy.

Deep Bedding Tray

The large, deep bedding tray allows your Gerbils and Hamsters to nest and burrow naturally. The extra high walls prevent their bedding from spilling out.

Storage for Feed and Bedding

The storage compartments keep food and bedding tidy and conveniently right where you need it.

Qute being used as a side table. The Qute makes a great side table!

Designed as a piece of contemporary furniture, Qute is more than just a hamster cage. It's the perfect size to be used as a side table in your living room, kitchen or children's bedroom. Unlike a normal gerbil cage, you'll want to put your Qute on display.

Removing top tier floor of Qute.

You can give your Qute a really deep clean by releasing the front wire panel and removing the floor, tube, wheel and bowl and water bottle. Use the bedding tray to hold your pets while you do this - just remember to flip the front mesh panel back to prevent them from climbing out.

Dimensions of two different Qute styles.
The three different colours of Qute (White, Birch and Walnut).
The water bottle, exercise wheel and food dish that come free with your Qute.

Along with your Qute Hamster and Gerbil Cage you will receive a free water bottle, food bowl and exercise wheel. The solid floor also comes as standard with the Qute.

Qute (without storage) Packaging Dimensions:
60cm x 49cm x 29cm (17.1kg)

Qute (with storage) Packaging Dimensions:
75.5cm x 48cm x 31cm (22.5kg)

Your Reviews - Qute Hamster Cage

5 Stars:
317
4 Stars:
86
3 Stars:
14
2 Stars:
2
1 Star:
0

Best looking cage but not perfect - Andrea,

This is undoubtedly the best looking cage available. However, we do have a problem with it. Whilst one of my gerbils loves it, the other is terrified of the orange tube and won’t go up or down. This means most of the time he is confined to the top. He is very timid and doesn’t like handling, so I have to coax him out and transfer him to the bottom at cleaning time. I wish the design could have incorporated a sloping tube somehow. Such a pity as the rest of the family loves it!


Great experience with company and product - Jordan,

Its a great product, when I recieved it a piece was cracked, I emailed the company that day heard back the next and within a week was sent a replacement. Great customer service. And so much thought put into make suitable enclosures Thanks!


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

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


Would have been a 5* but urine leakage - Natasha,

This is a fantastic cage perfect for our Syrian hamster.. With it being a combined piece of furniture as well as a cage it means the hamster (OREO) isn't just stuck away in a corner and forgotten about, but more intigrated with the family. The plastic tray means we can see her and watch her and lift it out to interact. The concept is such a good one the only draw back I can find and why I ve only given it a 4* is that the urine can leak out of the edges which is unsightly and awkward to clean have to use a cotton bud.. So easy when doing a full clean and bedding change though just take it apart pop it in the bath spay and shower it down.


Quality not as good as it's looks - Philip, Bucks,

It's a lovely idea for a hamster 'home' and looks great, but considering the hefty price tag, it may be worth considering cheaper alternatives. One of the clear plastic drawers arrived with a large crack in it and the main catch to the wire cage snapped off within weeks of use. It was also quite time consuming / frustrating to put together -- All in all, very much like the Ikea furniture it strives to be: Very pretty when you eventually finish putting it together, but appearances are deceptive...

Omlet Says: Hello, Thank you very much for taking the time to review your purchase . We are very sorry to hear that you were not entirely pleased with your order. I have sent you an email in order to organise some replacements for the damaged parts. Yours, The Omlet Team.

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