The Eglu Cube MK2 has a unique twin walled construction but for the ultimate protection for your hens this insulating blanket is just the thing. Filled with a heat trapping recycled material that is breathable, the jackets keep your pets warm and protected from the worst that the weather can throw at them.

This purpose designed chicken coop cover is easy to fit; simply secure to the run with the supplied bungees (if you don't have a run, use the bungees to wrap around the frame legs) and then pull the drawstrings tight for a perfect fit.

The rear panel remains accessible and so does the dropping tray. To access the egg port simply release the bungees and lift the cover. Similarly the front door can be opened and closed just by releasing the drawstring.

Can be used on an Eglu Cube MK2 with or without a run.

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£110.00 Inc VAT

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Details

Weight: 3.000 kg

Height: 40 cm

Width: 40 cm

Length: 25 cm

Latest Product Reviews For Extreme Temperature Jacket for Eglu Cube Mk2 Green

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Extreme temperature duvet jacket for Eglu cube. -

I can honestly recommend Omlet’s Extreme temperature Eglu Cube cover. It works so well our happy ladies come out dancing in the morning after a cosy night.


Perfect fit -

I haven't used this yet, but i have fitted it to see how snug it is, you can feel the quality of it and i will be using it all winter and can relax knowing that my girls will be snug in their coop, thankyou OMLET


Fantastic design -

This cover is perfect for my new Eglu. It had frosted over earlier this week and inside the coop the chickens were all warm and happy. its extremely good quality and well worth the money


As described -

Good product - no complaints. Fits nicely over the Cube and keeps the temperature warmer for the birds on really cold nights.


Chicken Duvet! -

Really pleased with it. Seems really good quality and well made . Zip makes for easy access via the back door. My hens aren’t really laying now so it’s not too much of a problem not being able to access the egg department side door. I am however watching the condensation levels ( as I know this can cause respiratory problems ) as I am aware the rear vents are covered but all seems ok so far . I do sometimes unzip the back to allow for more ventilation on a more mild night. I feel this was a good purchase for the winter months .