Exo Terra breeding boxes?

gmrpnk21

Arachnobaron
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I am getting tired of using these plastic containers for my T's, and I was thinking about getting small breeding boxes by Exo Terra. I have a 2" B. smithi, a 2" B. vagans, and a soon-to-be 2" or so G. pulchripes and I was wondering if the size would be alright for them for awhile. They measure 8"x8"x5.5" and are stackable with plenty of ventilation. I know they are bigger than needed for now, but I always drop the prey close to the T's anyway, so I am not too worried about them not finding their food. Anyone that has used these or uses them now is DEFINITELY welcome to tell me what they think!
 

endoflove

Arachnoknight
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used them they are great for things like that my work place has them on sale. my KBB loves it,
 

gmrpnk21

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KBB? where do you work? I was looking for them online, and I can't get them too cheap unfortunately.
 

Stewjoe

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They work good for medium sized non burrowing, non climbing species. I give adult Ts more room than the large ones provide.
 

endoflove

Arachnoknight
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i can get the medium ones for like 6 and the large for like 12
 

Obelisk

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I use something similar, the reptile ranch (large), for a T and a scorp. It definitely beats having to fill up a 5-10 gallon tank with cocofiber for a terrestrial T.
 

Newflvr

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These are very nicce to use, through the front opening you can feed and water. I have several small, medium and large, small would work well for your needs. I purchased mine from valuepetsupplies.com.
 

gmrpnk21

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I went ahead and ordered 3 with The Tarantula keeper's guide for $50 shipped. No place near me sells them :(
 
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