purplebox 4x4x7 HEXED vents
The purplebox 4x4x7 “HEXED” is an exclusive acrylic enclosure design by Marshall Arachnids. This variation of the popular purplebox features 1mm ventilation slats in our signature hexagonal shape. We have increased the wall thickness of hexed models to 5mm.
This enclosure is ideal for jumping spiders, true spiders, tarantula spiderlings and mantis nymphs - all under 2” in length
OPTIONAL: Add 5mm polyurethane “sticky feet” to your purplebox for $4.00. Adds traction preventing the enclosure from sliding when accessing and dampens vibration within the enclosure.
***NOTE***: Acrylic is a light weight, attractive, crystal clear material but scratches easily. Please advise that light cosmetic surface scratches are normal and occur from handling.
- FEATURES -
DIMENSIONS: 4” x 4” x 7”
FRAME: 5mm acrylic with Marshall Arachnids signature purple bottom.
ACCESS: Front opening, full length magnetic sliding door w/ large acrylic pull
VENTILATION: 1mm slats
SUBSTRATE DEPTH: 1.7”
WEIGHT: 1lb 2oz
Absolutely love this enclosure! Thanks for fast shipping 😁
Totally love everything I got. I literally could watch this spider make webs for hours.
I now own 5 of the 4x4x7 hexed vents, 3 terrestrial and 2 arboreal absolutely love them!!!!!
My spider is gonna love their new enclosure thank you!
Absolutely love the enclosure and how sturdy and secure it is. And our jumping spiders have been very happy in them. The magnetic door has no gap and a very satisfying click sound when closing. The enclosure has a nice thickness to it so we can pick it up without worrying about something cracking or coming loose. The feet are also a wonderful addition and well worth it to give the entire enclosure a very professional look. The whole product looks and feels like something someone put a lot of thought and work into designing and creating.
I really hope in the future there will be smaller enclosures for slings! We would love something we can trust to hold them. We've had to look at other enclosures and so far nothing compares. Other enclosures have either acrylic walls that are too thin and warp, or poor magnet and hinge placement that leave gaps.