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Verified Reviews for Mounting Bracket for Autodoor Control Panel - Eglu Cube Mk2

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Easy to fit and simple to use - Yvonne, Norfolk,

Fitted our new door last weekend to a wooden coop. Took off the original wooden door and because the frame of the electric door was slightly too tall we needed to attach an extra piece of wood to the front of the coop to fix it to. This was easy to do and it now fits perfectly. I’m very pleased with it, just need to see how our new chickens take to it next week.

The reviewer has 2-4 Various hybrids pets

Amazing - Loretta, Norfolk,

This door is so easy to install a child could do it. The timer is easy to set up and the coop light comes on 5 mins before the door shuts Its a little more expensive that some other makes but I needed it to fit a wooden coop and it’s much more solid than other makes I read the reviews before I purchased and now I agree it’s the best automatic door in the market

The reviewer has 2-4 Rhode Island reds pets

Excellent and well worth the extra cost - Nicola, Norfolk,

Reqlly glad I got this. It positions the electric unit in the perfect spot and makes it easier.

Mounting bracket - Trevor, Norfolk,

A very simple and effective bracket,

Simple - does what it needs to do - Penny, Norfolk,

Easy to fit (on Eglu cube in my case) and does the job

Not essential, but nice - Nik, Norfolk,

This wasn't strictly necessary for me, because I could have attached the control panel to the run, but I wanted it on the coop itself, and this allowed me to easily do that. It fits perfectly, and made mounting a breeze.

As described - Emily, Norfolk,

Fits nicely, easy to install.

Does the job - Penny, Norfolk,

Fitted easily, sturdy, works

Autodoor Bracket - Jim, Norfolk,

Fits well and sturdy. Only flaw is if you use extreme weather blanket and light sensor mode you have to just pull blanket over a little so sensor stays exposed. Not really a big deal but something to look at for the future.

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