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This litter scoop is strong and hefty which I like very much. Only gave it 3 stars because I have to scoop many multiple times to get the smaller clumps that fall through the wide spaced tines at the front of the scoop before they reach the narrow spaced tines at the back of scoop. Why wouldn't you make this strong hefty scoop with just the narrow spaced tines to prevent all that extra scooping? Seems like a no-brainer solution!
Not what I expected. Thought it would be more like the one you DON'T seem to carry. The slots are way to wide and let's a lot of debris pass through. Would not reccomend this to anyone.
It works as good as advertised.
First of all, this is a sturdy scoop and seems like it might last a decent amount of time. That being said, as others have mentioned, the slats are a bit wide to catch the smaller clumps, but there is a step down towards the back of it where the slats are smaller and if you can manage to get the smaller pieces to the back before they fall through the front, it'll work. I would not buy it again though.
Strong but smaller bits of dirty litter fall through the scoop. Needs narrower slats
This scoop works very well for pine pellets. I foster kittens and have 5 litter boxes with pellet litter. I've tried a bunch of scoops and this one beats all of them. I can get their boxes done in a third of the time-no lie! The large clumps stay in the scoop and the pellets fall right through. I shake the sifter pan (breeze brand) and dump out the used pellets/sawdust.
The slots were too far apart to catch any poop but it worked fine for big clumps. The handle was hollow on the back and it didn't show in the photos!
This is a good, sturdy, large scoop. I recommend the Irish scoop.
Boger boxes in shipment crushed the scoop and the back spokes were all separated from the scoop handle.this with 2 boxes of liitter and I assume the li
My 2 20 pound Ginger Boys tend to urinate creating softball sized clumps and this scooper can handle!