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RC Hagen 18060 Crabworx Water Dish

RC Hagen 18060 Crabworx Water Dish

BY RC HAGEN

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Product Description

The Crabworx Water Dish is a decorative ornament for your Hermit Crab's habitat, It is an ideal way to ensure that your crabs have easy access to ample amounts of drinking water, Simply place one or two drinking sponges in the pool then add de-chlorinated fresh drinking water until a small amount of water remains in the pool, The Crabworx Water Dish and drinking sponges should be cleaned daily, The Crabworx Water Dish Features and Benefits:, - Ideal for all hermit crab habitats, - Ensures your hermit crab has plenty of water, - Easily accessible to your hermit crabs, 4, 7" length x 4" width x 1" height SKU: RCHG0244 see more...

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RC Hagen 18060 Crabworx Water Dish
RC Hagen 18060 Crabworx Water Dish
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Kaitlyn F.
Kaitlyn F.
Freeland, PA
132 reviews
I agree with another user. The material makes it hard to sanitize over time. but besides that - it is an average water bowl. Nothing special
Christina M.
Christina M.
Wellington, FL
107 reviews
I liked the way this looked in the tank and the price was great. But it wasn't as easy to clean
Tiara K.
Tiara K.
103 reviews
A great water dish/ salt bath for hermit crabs as well as a water dish for reptiles if needed.
Pamela G.
Pamela G.
Philadelphia, PA
140 reviews
We use this as our crab salt water bath. They seem happy and healthy! No problems here!
Delanie L.
Delanie L.
45 reviews
I found this dishes difficult to keep sanitized over time, and they deteriorated fairly quickly. They were also pretty shallow and small, which allowed the crabs to make all sorts of mess -_-
It's cost effective for a temporary solution, but I definitely recommend investing in something else for the long run (hermit crabs live a LONG time)
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