What are the best mesh screen chameleon cage?

If you have ever looked for the best chameleon cage, you would know that chameleon cage is available on the market is relatively limited. This is because chameleons are not one of those common animals to keep as pets. Not all the reptile cages available are appropriate for a chameleon.

Chameleons require a large cage with proper humidity and a lot of plants. Mesh screen is usually the most common type of chameleon cages. Screen cages are also good for well ventilation and always significantly cheaper than glass cages. Screen cages are lighter and easier to assembler. Top 5 screen cages listed here are few of cage that appropriate for a chameleon.

 

 

#1 Zoo Med Reptibreeze Open Air Screen Cage

I consider it as the best overall cage for chameleons. My chameleon has been used it for such a long time. Most of all, it has the right size for the chameleon needs. This cage comes in at 24 inches long by 24 inches wide by 48 inches tall, this is the exact recommendation living space for chameleons. It allows a lot of ventilations due to all side screen. It also prevents over heating your pet.

The cage construct with aluminium frame for lightweight, corrosion resistant and affordable. It has a large front door and a bottom door for fully access your chameleon and easy change substrate and clean the cage. This cage is extremely easy to assemble as it comes with all of the needed hardware. You just need to screw all the part of the cage together.

You also can open the top of the cage for installing heating and UVB light at the top of the tank.

#2 Zoo Med ReptiBreeze LED Deluxe Open Air Aluminum Screen Habitat

Zoo Med ReptiBreeze LED Deluxe is the premium version of Zoo Med ReptiBreeze Open Air. That means it has the higher price tag but offer you more quality in the materials. While some users report that Zoo Med ReptiBreeze Open Air has the screen that may be weak and warp over time, Zoo Med ReptiBreeze LED Deluxe comes with the higher quality and treated aluminium that is corrosion and rust resistant, what make it sturdy, durable and long lasting.

Its dimensions are 24 inches long by 24 inches wide by 48 inches tall. The large space in the enclosure of this cage makes it ideal habitat for chameleon. The most attractive features of it is that it comes with touch-activated LED lights with three different settings.

Thanks to two large doors, you can easily clean, feed, and access your chameleon. It also features a clear, acrylic door panel, which allow you to clearly see your pet inside.

#3 Zoo Med Labs Nano Breeze Alumuninum Screen Cage

If you are looking for a budget option but still offer the good quality, you can go for Zoo Med Labs Nano Breeze Alumuninum Screen Cage. There is a not that the dimensions of this cage are only 10 x 10 x 12 inches. It is a good size for baby chameleons or small species. If you have an adult chameleon, this cage may be too small.

This cage does not comes with a lot of features but it is made from aluminium frame and corrosion resistant. Due to its small, compact size and cute appearance, it will be good for aesthetic aspects of your house.

The screen sides provide good ventilation. It is designed with the acrylic front panel, it is not also allow you to completely see your chameleon inside but also helps retain humidity and heat.

#4 Exo Terra Screen Terrarium, Large

Exo Terra Screen Terrarium is not an affodable option but it provides the hight quality and durable for long time. The mesh screen of this cage is made up of corrosion-resistant aluminum and black anodized aluminum frame for long lasting and also allow the UVB rays pass through the cage.

Its dimensions are 18 inches long x 18 inches wide x 24 inches tall. It many not quite short for chameleon but it still provide enough room for them. It features a large hinged door at the front size for easily access, feeding, cleaning. All side screen mesh and sturdy latches will protect your chameleon from straying out and other household pets. However, the drawback is that it is quite difficult to install light and heat bulb directly into the cage.

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