I was very surprised by the great quality of the Omlet products. We have now created a small village and the kids love it. Very easy to assemble and easy to take apart for cleaning. More orders to come!
Our two bunnies love the corner tunnel and thunder around between their hutch and run. I'm very grateful not have to catch them to put them in their hutch at night - especially now they are teenagers...
Everything is gret quality, except for the catches on the drop down doors - the lower of which on one door broke in the first week and on the second door a mouth later. Hence 4 stars and not 5.
Omlet Says: Hi Zoe,
Thank you for your feedback.
This catches issue doesn't seem normal at all. Our customer service team will contact you so we can investigate on this properly and send you replacement parts.
The Omlet team
My house rabbits go out in the hutch/run during summer days and love running through the tunnels to the second run and house area. The house and run on their own are way below recommended space requirements for rabbits (the house especially) so extra tunnels and runs are essential to give them the room they need. They love the pop up lookout.
This is a great way of getting the bits when you are trying to puzzle out a new system. They all come individually packed though. Currently this is used for a hutch to small pen set up. However if you have young sneaky rabbits like my pair, you’ll quickly see the virtue of having an isolation door at each end. The 90 degree bend is really important in my layout as those straight tubes only do gentle bends (I needed a second one though).
It’s been a long haul, but I’ve finally got there. We have 2 Dutch bunnies who are separated AFTER getting neutered but like seeing each other. They adore their Omlet outdoor run plus eglus (hate being inside), but need to be in a double hutch in the garage in the winter cold. I have finally set up a divided run with a tunnel run each to the (early) Omlet play pen across the single garage width. The tunnels actually only bend slightly, and those 90 degree corners and angled connectors are very important. The smarter shyer bunny is in the top half of the hutch, but has no issues with scrabbling up the ridged tunnels, which have to be on a diagonal (took him 5 minutes of testing). I am now debating whether to cut down a length of tube so that the full garage width is exploited. I’ve learned that you should always install a full closing door at the ends for isolation, and should have an unistalled door or a connector with a homemade blanking plate for adjustments. The bunnies went from sulks to joy instantly. Come summer, the whole tunnel system moves outside to the lawn.
What a fantastic purchase this has been! We use our tunnels for bunnies and guinea pigs and they have all thoroughly enjoyed them. Its unusual to find a product on the market that isn't just pleasing to the eye but also super practical. I'm happy knowing our little menagerie of creatures can run between hutches and runs, mimicking their natural habitat and keeping them happy and healthy!! We found the tunnels so easy to put together that even the kids got involved, and then spent hours hiding treats and creating different "mazes" for them to explore. 10/10 product - well done Omlet!!