The new and improved Eglu Cube Ladder Grips simply clip onto the rungs of the Eglu Cube ladder. They provide a large non-slip surface which some chickens find easier to grip while using the ladder. The grips are especially suitable for older, less agile chickens or for young hens who are perhaps using the ladder for the first time.

The grips fit easily to the rungs of the Cube ladder, ensuring a snug fit both length and widthwise. Please remove any existing adhesive friction strips from the ladder before attaching.

This pack contains 9 individual grips.

£4.99 Inc VAT

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Packed Product Details

Weight: 0.173 kg

Height: 5 cm

Width: 12 cm

Length: 17 cm

Latest Product Reviews For Ladder Grips - Eglu Cube

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Excellent -

I'm glad I bought these, they are much better than the sticky strip that came with the ladder. They were easy to fit and the girls are much happier going up the ladder now. Also easy to clean.

Verified Purchase: Oct 2020


Problem chicken solved! -

Amongst our flock we have a single Sussex who just would not put herself to bed in the Cube. So every night I had to go out with a torch and chase her in from wherever she was roosting. I spent ages pondering what the issue might be, but fitting these seems to have been the key and she now happily roosts with the other s

Verified Purchase: Mar 2020


Very satisfied -

The stick-on grips I initially received all fell off within 2 weeks. These new ones fit securely and my girls were immediately confident to hop up and down.

Verified Purchase: Nov 2020


Great item -

These are far better than the stick on grips. Will last much longer too.

Verified Purchase: Nov 2019


Plastic strips for ladders -

Bought the plastic strips for ladders , they are working well and I’m sure will last for some time unlike the strips I was given with my eglu cube mark 2 ,these curled up , fell off and my hens were trying to peck them. My advice , purchase the plastic strips first time , saves money and time ,they click onto the metal runs and are easier for the hens to climb .

Verified Purchase: Jan 2020