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The Krabooz Complete Hermit Crab Kit Cha Cha

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Everything you need in one kit to take great care of your Hermit Crab. Complete kit includes: 1 x Lifeingz, 1 x Muncheiz, 1 x Saltz Crystalz, 1 x Zandz1 x Water Bowlz, 1 x Food Bowlz x 1 Poolz,1 x Adoption Certificate.
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    Customer Reviews(4)

    • Bronwyn says... I don't know why they sell this product, it's absolutely not appropriate for hermit crabs. It's basically equivalent of selling a kitten with a cage barely bigger than it and saying "oh yeah they love being in tiny cages" 1. It's not big enough. 2. You won't be able to get an appropriate level of substrate inside 3. It cannot provide proper ventilation and humidity levels. 4. Your crabs will be miserable and stressed 5. Crabs will die very quickly in these. The people at the store might say it's not too big a deal because crabs don't last long, but that's only because they do not know much about hermit crabs and focus more on cats/dogs. Hermit crabs can live up to 30 YEARS, but they only last a few months in these kits. Unfortunately I learnt all this the hard way after buying these products, wasting all my money and seeing some of my crabs die before I realised I had to re-do my entire setup to keep them alive.
    • Hermit crab owner says... Completely unsuitable and over priced to boot. The shape and holes in the top do not allow for the correct tropical heat and humidity to collect. You have to duct tape them shut! The fact you can carry it around disturbs even the bravest of crabs and sends everything flying about. The tiny 2.5w heater can't even heat itself let alone the entire cage. You need a 30 watt unless you live in NT (where the crabs come from). The pools are too small and constantly evaporate or tip over. The crabs are unable to fully submerge in preparation for molting. The tree and sponge collect and foster mold, without adding to the humidity. The kit gives barely enough sand to cover the bottom of the cage let alone enough for the crabs to make their tunnels with. The painted shells are toxic. About the only good object is the hut, it is cute and lets the shy crabs have someplace to hide in this appalling set up. Much better to buy an aquarium and all the individual aspects yourself, rather than this poorly designed kit. Google Australian land hermit crab care and there are loads of affordable DIY guides that look and work much better than this kit so your crabs actually live for many years and not 2 weeks before dying from trauma. Bad kit, waste of money and kills your crabs.
    • Charmaine says... Everything you needed except a heater. Heater is an essential in Winter. This is quite small only fits max 3-4 small ones. Please do consider before purchase as hermit crabs required lots of care and they do last 30yrs with good care. Spare shells, molding, fresh food n water daily..... etc, not easy.
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