22 Comments

  1. W h e e z e

    I expected these guys to be rarely sold, they're seriously everywhere and for super cheap! Probably because they're blue lol. Are they defensive at all?

    Reply
  2. Mandy George

    I've just bought 2 slings today, one being the Brazilian Blue. I can't wait to get them tomorrow. Great video and I'm now a subscriber!

    Reply
  3. Rachael Wootton

    Was just thinking what a clever idea the bottle was when it shot out lol guess they’re always a step ahead…..well they got eight legs they ought to be 😉

    Reply
  4. Champagne Paige

    Would you be kind enough to include a link to where to find these tubs on Amazon? I have a sazimai about that size and it would be so nice to give "her" a nice deep patch of soil with a gentle open lid. Man "she" gets so freaked out every time I pop the lid on her big deli cup. This would be so much easier.

    Reply
  5. sNstRchaOs

    The smaller square enclosure that you show here are bout 20 bucks at jamies, I have found them on the container store for 3 bucks. grab a bag of vents for 5 bucks, and you can get 5 or 6 enclosures for the price of 1 at jamies. also I found awesome larger acrylic containers on amazon that are very similar to the larger you you housed to for 10 bucks…
    Gawgeous T bro!

    Reply
  6. Jane Smith

    Hi 🙂 Another cute little T you have there,will be really awesome when it gets the blue,Sazi are gorgeous. I am always surprised when I hear the prices of T's in the U.S. and Canada when I watch you and Jon. For the same 63 you mentioned ,you could get a sexed juvenile here in Germany. Thought that at least the new world species would be cheaper,because of their proximity . The expo was really fun ( aren't they all ). But I did pout a bit,the T I had my heart set on, Holotele Columbia, was only available as a TINY sling (captivity breed fall 2015) for a walloping 45€. So I bought a B.Smithy the same size for 5€, always liked those. So have a good week

    Reply
  7. Tjunkie78

    Great video Tom!!!! I appreciate how you handle your T's, very smooth!!! I have picked up many tips from watching your rehouse/transfer videos!!!! As always thx for sharing!!!!

    Reply
  8. John Heraldo

    awesome video and thanks for the shout out. You are awesome. They are $25 Canadian  for 1/2 inch at Tarantula Canada.com for Canadian residents.

    Reply
  9. Essie Rosenthal

    I just love blue tarantulas too, I want a particular old world species I believe it is called an ornamental gooty sapphire, but have not studied up on them nor am I mentally prepared.  I'm scared of Snuggles my O.B.T., "which may be a good thing" and he is just a wee baby as of yet, but a lot  of orange is coming through now. Would you be willing and able to do a video on that breed? Not the O.B.T.  I do not even know if you have one.  Thanks for another good vid, this is the first time I have heard of this species.

    Reply

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *