Best Terrarium Bowls in 2020



Exo Terra Feeding Dish Review:


I quickly bought a cheap gray plastic water tray for my frog and salamander at the local pet store and wasn't happy with the look or the size when I got it home. I wanted to keep everything looking as natural as possible. The Exo Terra Feeding Dish still looks somewhat artificial but much better than the other tray. What I like best is the shallow depth and wide area, perfect spot for my frog for just sitting in the water and staring down a mealy worm. It has a nice weight so it stays in place even on cocoa hull substrate. Very happy with the price and quality of this dish.



Exo Terra Water Dish Review:


These water dishes are an excellent buy! They’re heavy, sturdy, well built, have a nice depth & the rocky design blends nicely with any cage decor. I ordered several of these in size M, L and XL. I’d say the L and XL are about the size I’d expect them to be, which is nice and roomy. However, the medium seems more like a small to me. I can’t even imagine how small the small is.
To help those who might be on the fence about which size(s) to order, here are the approximate measurements for the M, L & XL:
MEDIUM- 5” long x 3” wide x 1.5” deep (external dimensions); 4” long x 2.75” wide x 1” deep (internal dimensions)
LARGE- 8” long x 6” wide x 2” deep (external dimensions); 7.5” long x 5.25” wide x 1.5” deep (internal dimensions)
XLARGE- 11” long x 9” wide x 2.75” deep (external dimensions) ; 9” long x 8” wide x 2” deep (internal dimensions)
* Please keep in mind all measurements are approximate, were taken at the widest/highest points & may be off by 1-2mm.
* The only negative about these bowls that I noticed is they mark up easily if brushed against a similarly hard surface (these are made of a hard resin). The color on the surface is quite thin, so any scratches/dents/chips will appear white. However, I imagine if you’re especially crafty, you might be able to find a way around this, if/when it happens.
* Overall, I think these are still an excellent buy for their price points (M- $1.57, L- $4.57, XL- $4.69) and definitely recommend them! 😊



Exo Terra Water Dish Review:


These water dishes are an excellent buy! They’re heavy, sturdy, well built, have a nice depth & the rocky design blends nicely with any cage decor. I ordered several of these in size M, L and XL. I’d say the L and XL are about the size I’d expect them to be, which is nice and roomy. However, the medium seems more like a small to me. I can’t even imagine how small the small is.
To help those who might be on the fence about which size(s) to order, here are the approximate measurements for the M, L & XL:
MEDIUM- 5” long x 3” wide x 1.5” deep (external dimensions); 4” long x 2.75” wide x 1” deep (internal dimensions)
LARGE- 8” long x 6” wide x 2” deep (external dimensions); 7.5” long x 5.25” wide x 1.5” deep (internal dimensions)
XLARGE- 11” long x 9” wide x 2.75” deep (external dimensions) ; 9” long x 8” wide x 2” deep (internal dimensions)
* Please keep in mind all measurements are approximate, were taken at the widest/highest points & may be off by 1-2mm.
* The only negative about these bowls that I noticed is they mark up easily if brushed against a similarly hard surface (these are made of a hard resin). The color on the surface is quite thin, so any scratches/dents/chips will appear white. However, I imagine if you’re especially crafty, you might be able to find a way around this, if/when it happens.
* Overall, I think these are still an excellent buy for their price points (M- $1.57, L- $4.57, XL- $4.69) and definitely recommend them! 😊



Zoo Med Reptile Rock Corner Water Dish Review:


I bought the large size for my young ball python, Sassy, who has a spider wobble. The dish I received was a mint-green with some opalescent white swirls. Everything on it is very dull, blunt, and smooth. Very safe for a wobbly snake. The outside is angled inward slightly and slopes towards the water gently, making it easy to climb, and Sassy didn't have the slightest trouble getting out. Prior to purchasing this dish, I had never seen her soak herself before, so I know she likes it. I will buy more of these in different sizes, I like them quite a lot. My phone was literally made over 10 years ago, so please excuse the terrible photo quality.



Exo Terra Water Dish Review:


These water dishes are an excellent buy! They’re heavy, sturdy, well built, have a nice depth & the rocky design blends nicely with any cage decor. I ordered several of these in size M, L and XL. I’d say the L and XL are about the size I’d expect them to be, which is nice and roomy. However, the medium seems more like a small to me. I can’t even imagine how small the small is.
To help those who might be on the fence about which size(s) to order, here are the approximate measurements for the M, L & XL:
MEDIUM- 5” long x 3” wide x 1.5” deep (external dimensions); 4” long x 2.75” wide x 1” deep (internal dimensions)
LARGE- 8” long x 6” wide x 2” deep (external dimensions); 7.5” long x 5.25” wide x 1.5” deep (internal dimensions)
XLARGE- 11” long x 9” wide x 2.75” deep (external dimensions) ; 9” long x 8” wide x 2” deep (internal dimensions)
* Please keep in mind all measurements are approximate, were taken at the widest/highest points & may be off by 1-2mm.
* The only negative about these bowls that I noticed is they mark up easily if brushed against a similarly hard surface (these are made of a hard resin). The color on the surface is quite thin, so any scratches/dents/chips will appear white. However, I imagine if you’re especially crafty, you might be able to find a way around this, if/when it happens.
* Overall, I think these are still an excellent buy for their price points (M- $1.57, L- $4.57, XL- $4.69) and definitely recommend them! 😊



pranovo 2 Pack Leaf Reptile Food and Water Bowl for Pet Aquarium Ornament Terrarium Dish Plate Lizards Tortoises or Small Reptiles Review:


My tortoise couldn't use the large one like I hoped. I hoped I could use it as a water/bath area for her but it was too small. Oh well. The bigger one made a good food plate and the other I used for medications to treat shell rot. It's the perfect size to keep a bit of medication in so I can easily spread the medication on his shell. Not good for baths but good for food bowl and or emergency medication bowl.



SLSON Gecko Feeder Ledge Acrylic Improved Suction Cup Reptile Feeder with 20 Pack 1 oz Plastic Bowls for Reptiles Food and Water Feeding,Black Review:


This will work great for my crested gecko. It’s lifted from the ground, keeping her comfortable in her mass of vines and leaves; the only issues I have are that the suction cup is not too high quality, and unsticks very easily (I’ll have to find some adhesive to put on it so it doesn’t fall when Dipper crawls on it), and the cups don’t totally fit the holes in the ledge. It’s not super noticeable, but upon second glance, the cups don’t lay flat and are slightly crooked because they’re just a smidgeon bigger than the holes provided. Overall, it will hold food and water for my girl nicely, but it’s not without its flaws.



Fluker's Lagoon/Bowl for Hermit Crabs Review:


I was looking for a lagoon for my hermit crabs, and this looked perfect. Now, I bought the pack of three for a few reasons. 1) It is a better deal if you get 3 for $14 than 1 for $7. 2) On the single pack I read the reviews on it, and they said the water slowly leaked out, so it must have a crack or something in it. Well, with the pack of 3 you get a better chance of having one not leak than if you buy one. 3) If you drop one, or break one, the pack of three gives you a back up. Well, I could not be happier with this! When it arrived at my door, I tested all 3 lagoons, in a rubbermaid bowl. Not one out of the three leaked! So now i have two backups! Plus, it will go perfect with my desert theme! I could not be happier with the product and service. I'm sure my crabs will be happy tonight! I recomend Fluker's Lagoon/Bowl for Hermit Crabs to anyone who needs an awesome crab pool!