Carlson Heavy-Duty Two Door Wire Crates - 5 Sizes

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Carlson Heavy-Duty Two Door Wire Crates - 5 Sizes
Price: $19.99 - 59.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard OR $10 Two-Day OR $20 One-Day
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Monday, Mar 21 to Tuesday, Mar 22) + transit
Condition: New

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Previous Similar Sales (May not be exact model)
2/16/2016 - $19.99 - 59.99 (Woot-off)
1/28/2016 - $29.99 - 64.99 - Click To See Discussion (9 comments)
11/2/2015 - $49.99 - 69.99 - Click To See Discussion (15 comments)

3/4/2016 - $19.99 (Woot Plus)
3/4/2016 - $19.99 (Woot Plus)
12/17/2015 - $24.99 (Woot Plus)

Comments from a previous sale
Note Price Reduction!

As you long as you don’t have this dog, your kennel should last a very long time.

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These look decently sturdy until the part where the man folds it up. Looks too easy and a smart cat will figure it out.

Up until I saw that, I was thinking of getting a few of these and zip tying them together to make a safe outdoor play area for my 2 adult cats.

PROSPECTIVE BUYERS—PLEASE READ THIS:

This WOULD HAVE BEEN a decent deal, but LOOK at the huge spaces between the wires at the bottom of the crate !

This is an ACCIDENT waiting to happen. A dog could easily get her/his muzzle, jaw, foot . . . caught. I’ve seen it happen and it wasn’t pretty. The dog mangled her lower jaw and lost a bunch of teeth (and blood).

Sorry Woot, and sorry Carlson, this crate needs to be redesigned with smaller spaces between the wires at the bottom.

Seems like that can easily be fixed with providing barriers along the bottom. I’m in for one.

Yeah, I saw that too - something funky about these designs. Shame, as the price is great. Wonder how much work it would be to properly fix the issues on our own.

You’re right! Just had a dog break out on only the second use. He totally worked through the bottom bars. Also the latch on this cage is a longitudinal bar the is way too easy to jog loose - esp for a dog that is wresting wires apart!

quote postid=“6750903” user=“RaisinROM”]PROSPECTIVE BUYERS—PLEASE READ THIS:

This WOULD HAVE BEEN a decent deal, but LOOK at the huge spaces between the wires at the bottom of the crate !

This is an ACCIDENT waiting to happen. A dog could easily get her/his muzzle, jaw, foot . . . caught. I’ve seen it happen and it wasn’t pretty. The dog mangled her lower jaw and lost a bunch of teeth (and blood).

Sorry Woot, and sorry Carlson, this crate needs to be redesigned with smaller spaces between the wires at the bottom.
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