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    I recently purchased a vision cage at the hamburg reptile show for my baby amazon tree boa. Thus far I have had no problems maintaining the proper temps and humidity. I think the best feature about the cage is how super lightweight it is. This makes cleaning and life so much easier. b27.gif

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    I've heard only good things about them myself. Only thing that really keeps me away from them is the price.

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      I agree with you about the price. Overall the cages were cheaper at the show plus you didn't have to worry about shipping charges. When i do decide to buy another one of these cages it will surely be at another show and not online.

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        The Vision cages that I just finally got are great , I love them, and our boas do too. These cages really keep humidity and heat great .

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          All good cages are expensive wether it be a vision or a boaphile, sucks for me.

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            Yeah, I would Love a BoaPhiles cage but, I just can't afford it.. ;D ;D ;D

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              I have two boaphiles and they are great. Befor I got my boaphile's I had a glass tank and I was messing with that thing allday every day just to make sure that every thing eas right. With the boaphile I just pluged it into a thermostat set the temp and now I feel like I don't spend enough time with my snakes. The temp's stay constant aswell as the humidity. I don't have to mist or anything the humidity stays between 60and 70 with just a water bowl in there.
              They are a little pricey but well worth it.

              TAT 8)

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                I recently priced a VIsion cage at LLL Reptile. I thought the cage price for the 422 was OK but LLL quated a shipping cost close to $200! s7.gif Add that to the price of the cage it becomes way too expensive.

                I priced one at www.showcasecages.com and it was much more reasonable. Also, you can design it in practicarly any size you may want and a multitude (or maybe even a plethora ) of options are available. SInce I have a good commission check coming at the end of the month, I may order from them rather then build my own. :-*

                Larry
                Waynesboro, VA

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                  Yeh, i would like to switch to Vision or Boaphile cages. However, I built all of my cages myself and besides the cost of replacing 20 or so cages, I'm kind of attached to 'em after all that effort. Some day! :-\

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                    I looked at the cages that showcages make. They are some really nice cages, just one thing I wouldn't spend that much for a cage. You can get a cage that is just as nice if not nicer for almost half the price and that is with shipping included from the boaphile.
                    www.theboaphile.com

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                      Your right...I wrote showcase cages but I meant Cages By Design ( www.cagesbydesign.com ). CHeck it out, I was impressed with the website and they way you go about custom designing your cage. The prices are good, too. They sell a 48" x 24" x24" for $245.

                      Larry

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