JBL ReptilBar RED
Red coloured feeding, drinking and bathing bowl for terrarium animals

  • Individual terrarium design: bowl in red sandstone look for food, water or for bathing.
  • Non-toxic: coloured resin - does not emit any harmful substances, easy to clean and disinfect
  • Rescue ladder to prevent feeder animals from drowning, heavy –duty version to prevent it from being accidentally knocked over
  • ReptilBar – the bowl for terrariums: available in various colours and sizes
  • Package contents: 1 x JBL feeding, drinking and bathing bowl for terrarium animals, ReptilBar XS, 71076, red, size: 6 x 4 x 1 cm
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FUNCTION AND DECORATION - ReptilBar is for individual designs in terrariums. It offers both functionality and decoration. The bowl can be used as a feeding, drinking or bathing item.
NON-DANGEROUS FOR DWELLERS - JBL’s ReptilBar is made of a non-toxic, through-dyed resin. It does not emit any harmful substances. The bowl has a heavy-duty, stable design to prevent accidental knocking over. The small “rescue ladder” prevents feeder animals, which sometimes end up in drinking bowls, from drowning. ReptilBar is available in various colours and sizes. The bowl is dishwasher-proof to 65 °C.


JBL ReptilBar RED XS

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EAN Code:
Volume packaging:
0.020 l
Gross weight:
15.000 g
Net weight:
15 g
Weight factor:
40/10/60 mm
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