First class service from Omlet when cage door needed replacing.
Purchased 2 months ago, so far I love it and so do the chicks! Easy to put together and strong, I think this will last for many years to come. Due to space I have put our cube inside the run, the chicks love snuggling underneath during the day. The door is wide enough to carry out the cube though the door so cleaning is still super easy. The lock on the door is secure yet simple enough my mum can open/close it without difficulty. I also like that if we move house it can be reconfigured to go anywhere. Chicks have plenty of space to roam and once we have finished landscaping around the side the green colour will blend in perfectly. I have also added the canvas roof for additional protection during winter.
This reviewer has 4-6 Pekin bantams pets
I've been researching walk in runs for some time after making the decision to give my chickens more space in chicken lockdown and due to ease of cleaning, durability and appearance, I went for an Omlet run. My run is actually a 3 x 2 run as I bought an extension at the same time as the 2x2 that was on sale, at the time. My chickens were originally in a 4 metre classic run, which was ideal in the spring, summer and autumn when they were able to free range, almost all day every day, but now they need to be under cover, practical access for daily cleaning is needed more frequently. I am keeping my Classic run for when I add new additions to my little flock. I love how easy it is access the run with the double stable door, having the choice of just opening the top door to change their food or water for example. My chickens have so much more space than before and when fully covered, the run stays dry and fairly draught free through the winter weather. As well as the covers on the outside, I used some photographic shower curtains hung around the perimeter edges to give a more naturalistic effect and an illusion of a little more space inside whilst bird flu keeps them in their coop. I shall also be adding some more features to their coop in time for more interest, a perch, some logs etc, to keep them occupied. Fabulous product, fairly easy to instruct using the Omlet YouTube videos and always the opportunity to expand it further in time!
This reviewer has 2-4 Silkie Chickens pets
I have had a hawk attack and an attack by a huge male
Cat. With the Omlet run I can leave my girls outside safely. I have also added the Omlet Perch which they love!
I thought for a while before getting this run because of the expense. With chicken lockdown looming I took the plunge and so glad I did. I love it, reasonably easy to erect ( so my husband says), everything is just so well thought out. I’ve now purchased the perches and the treat dispenser..
We got this as an addition to our cube and couldn’t be happier. The quality is great and it with the connection kit we can keep the cube on the outside for cleaning and our hens have a great space to enjoy.
Everything I dreAmed of - only wished I bought the bigger one in the first place but the extensions have done the job and we are thrilled with it.
I assembled this all by myself - yes, it would have gone much quicker with two people, but one person can do it. The trickiest part was figuring out which clips go where, and since my terrain isn't perfectly flat, I added more zip ties for additional security. The yard is much sturdier than I anticipated - this is a simple way to give your chickens a comfortable place to wander. I've ordered a swing and perch for added fun!
We can't free-range our chickens very easily as there are a lot a foxes about, so this product has been great in giving the birds a bit more room and allowing us to walk in with them.
Construction took two of us a few hours, but it wasn't too difficult once we got going with it.
I love love love the height and double-doors of this run. I won't lie, I didn't love putting it together (not because it was hard, just time-consuming), but if you just focus on one step at a time, you'll be done before you know it. The chickens love it too; we do allow them to free-range, but we leave the bottom door open so they can come and go as they please, which they do!