This is really, really, really cheap for a cage this large, and it is very large, I can say, having bought one. It is not the best of quality, a bit difficult to disassemble if you want to alter it, and a tad flimsy, but for the price is far and above the average of what you would expect and not only perfect for finces but great for petite to medium-small parrots. My other birdcage is half this size and cost a lot more.
answered 2 years, 5 months ago
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I don't think so. Finches are not very strong birds--I don't foresee any bending of the cage or anything.
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
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I ordered 2 cages , one cage for my finches and the other one for my 4 cockatiels. It is not a cheap cage i have looked around for 1 month for a cage like these and thay where cheap bad cages.. this cage is really nice I feel.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
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yes. You get what you pay for
answered 3 years ago
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No cheaper than any other cage you find at a pet store. It is not super thick, but it would handle a cockatiel just fine. I find it pretty sturdy for my keets.
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
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The cage itself is a good quality and sturdy. There is nothing flimsy about it. However, I have found that the design is poor and does not work for parakeets that are not tame or any other small bird which you would not want to risk the possibility of escape. If you can deal with the large top door which opens wide outward so that there is plenty of opportunity for your bird to escape and if you don't have to use the two tiny doors at the bottom which are not big enough to allow access to the rest of the cage by reaching in with your arm, it's fine.
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
new york city
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