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Old 12-08-2013, 02:06 PM
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I do have an account on there but dont post on there much, didnt think id put it on there? Ive never had issues with water dropping on eggs but then hognose's are incubated pretty dry



Its the 25kg long from JBPackaging.co.uk
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Also, would those cadbury boxes be big enough for royal eggs?
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Also, would those cadbury boxes be big enough for royal eggs?
Spaced out you might get 6 royal eggs per cadbury box, dont think youd get many more but I dont deal with royals so couldnt be 100%. You may do better with a RUB or two (or a different branded similar tub), not sure which size would fit youd have to take the internal measurements of the poly box and minus off the cooling rack depth off the height xo
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Spaced out you might get 6 royal eggs per cadbury box, dont think youd get many more but I dont deal with royals so couldnt be 100%. You may do better with a RUB or two (or a different branded similar tub), not sure which size would fit youd have to take the internal measurements of the poly box and minus off the cooling rack depth off the height xo
I'm mainly concerned about the height of the cadbury box and whether it's tall enough to fit royal eggs in...

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Depends if seperated or piled up? They are about 4 inches high maybe a little bit more. Can go measure one for you if you like?xo
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Depends if seperated or piled up? They are about 4 inches high maybe a little bit more. Can go measure one for you if you like?xo
Separated probably, and that would be great thank you. Where did you get those from, as I know surreypetsupplies used to sell them before there online website shut down...
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Separated probably, and that would be great thank you. Where did you get those from, as I know surreypetsupplies used to sell them before there online website shut down...
They were from surrey, they are in at least one of the reptile wholesalers catalogues. They are called Stewart / Cadbury boxes.

Found measurements online. Large 275x155x90mm, Small 225x125x80mm.

They can be found here on ebay, here from reptile center, here from millenium reptiles, Internet reptile seem to be the cheapest at a quick glace but depends on postage cost
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They were from surrey, they are in at least one of the reptile wholesalers catalogues. They are called Stewart / Cadbury boxes.

Found measurements online. Large 275x155x90mm, Small 225x125x80mm.

They can be found here on ebay, here from reptile center, here from millenium reptiles, Internet reptile seem to be the cheapest at a quick glace but depends on postage cost
Thanks! Your help has been much appreciated!
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Sweet will try when i mate corn snakes.
However how do you check the humidity and keep it at a perfect level for the eggs?
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Very tidy build, also good to see a girl with some electrical wiring skills
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nice build thanks for sharing
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