EliteField 2-Door Folding Dog Crate with RUBBER FEET, 5 Sizes, 10 Models Available (2-Door Crate with Divider, 30″L x 21″W x 23″H)

August 18, 2016 - Comment

Product Features Size: 30″ long x 21″ wide x 23″ high; 2″ wider and 2″ higher than most other brand 30″ dog crates; folding suitcase style crate, fully assembled; set-up and fold-down in seconds, no tools needed A front and a side door for convenience; two bolt latches on each door for safety; a removable

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(as of April 6, 2020 10:16 am EDT - Details)

Product Features

  • Size: 30″ long x 21″ wide x 23″ high; 2″ wider and 2″ higher than most other brand 30″ dog crates; folding suitcase style crate, fully assembled; set-up and fold-down in seconds, no tools needed
  • A front and a side door for convenience; two bolt latches on each door for safety; a removable divider for puppy training
  • Special Features: Non-skid rubber feet to protect floor surfaces; durable satin-black electro-coat finish; slide-out tough ABS pan for easy cleaning; a carry handle for easy transport
  • Material: 3, 4, 6, 8 gauge wires (stronger wires than most other brand crates; tip: the smaller the gauge number, the bigger the wire diameter)
  • Mesh space: 1-1/3″ (smaller mesh space than most other brand crates with 1-1/2″ mesh space); Product Quality Guarantee, 100% Money Back Guarantee, Customer Satisfaction Guarantee

Comments

mich says:

Happy with product but no devider I was happy with this product & how quickly it arrived..I was disappointed that it didnt come with a devider, had I realized this I would have gotten a smaller one.

JPerryE says:

Exceeds expectations We have a Standard Poodle who has outgrown her puppy crate. She will be 50 to 60 lbs when fully grown. We were looking for a sturdy 2 door crate with a plastic pan that folds up and down easily. The description said the wire was a bit heavier gauge with closer together spacing. This crate is exactly what we were looking for. Doors open, close and lock-up easily. When folded down it’s very easy to handle such as into and out of our vehicle. Time to set up is about one minute. We use two memory…

M. Kirst says:

Rough but serviceable. The crate serves its purpose, but the wire is thin, the finish is rough, and the end door has a wire that goes beyond the door and I guess is supposed to hook into the body of the cage when you close the door, maybe to keep the dog from opening the door by unlatching it? I don’t know why it’s there but it interferes with closing the door. In this case you get what you pay for, a large cheaply made crate for a low price.

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