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    Default Snugglesafe warren?

    Has anyone bought a snuggle safe Warren, are they any good? I'm currently looking at it on petplanet website, it's a cube and comes with two pipes with another hole to attach another pipe if you wanted. My run came yesterday so once painted and screwed together it can be used

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    The pipes are very thin and don’t last long if your rabbits are chewers. Once chewed, the wire supports are exposed. I threw mine away after 3 days.


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    Unfortunately I have to agree. We had one of the tunnels (without the cube) and ended up binning it because it got chewed and I was worried about them ingesting the plastic. There's some scathing one star reviews on amazon x

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    Same here. Tunnels chewed so removed them.

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    What sort of thing have you used instead? I don't really want to get willow tunnels as they usually get demonised pretty quickly, I'm going to get a polyester type tunnel which I have had before and eventually a small runaround system. Don't really know what else to put in the run

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    You can use cardboard boxes with holes cut in them or get wooden tunnels like this
    https://www.smallpawsplaytime.com/pr...aw-bolt-tunnel

    Beg off cuts of drainage pipe if they’re digging the road up.

    It all depends on your budget really


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    My boys are not chewers, but I did find that buying the cube and two tubes compared to buying the one tube was rubbish, the two tubes are basically the long tube chopped in half. My tubes have lasted since the boys came in August with very little sign of damage. I also found ebay the cheapest.

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    Would definitely recommend popping your head through any raodwork fencing and asking if they've any 6" pipe offcuts! We saw some lovely manholes inners the other day that would be amazing as the 'cube' bit but I doubt they'd let us have one at £250 each But the offcuts on the pipes will just be binned, so they're usually more than happy to give them away.
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    I’ve got one of these:

    http://hop-inn.co.uk

    I’m really impressed with it and I’m going to get more of the tunnels for my other buns plus the cube and the wooden hide. I’ve got mine in the shed - it does say you can use them outside as well - maybe in a covered run on slabs?

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