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Gave the unit to my daughter and son in law. They have 5 cats. They said, within 2 days, that it had changed their lives. Great gift I would say
The bags are long, with one end glued to form a seam. The fit extremely well into the bin with no issues. It may be a bit expensive but it saves having to clean the drawer. All waste falls into the drawer lined with the bag, so you only have to remove the bag, tie it shut, and toss it in garbage. Then replace bag again. Repeat the cycle each time you need to enjoy the bin. So easy, a trained monkey could do it. Meow.
The design of the bags has a large opening that tapers to a puckered glued seamed end. It is designed to be used in a funnel shape instead of the robot litter receptacle which is a rectangle. So the bag bunches up before it should and there is a lot of waste in the rolled up plastic. Design defect indeed.
So far they are working fine! Just still in the trial stage of the whisker litter 4. One cat will use it the other refuses! I hope both will use it soon.
I love it! I hated to clean his litter box every day, now I don't have to! I can go at least one week.
Did I want to spend $35 on plastic bags? Absolutely not. However, these bags work super well with my litter robot and I'm glad I got them! I tried using normal trash bags and those worked.... fine. But they were kind of annoying to fit in the bin and ultimately, I got this litter box for convenience so I'm willing to spend a big more to get a bag that is designed to fit into the drawer perfectly. And I only have to change this out about once a week so I probably won't have to order more for another year so I'll be buying these again when I run out
They are waste liners. They line the waste drawer. What am I to add to that? LoL. 5 stars for doing their job ;-)
The shape is odd and hard to spread out in the waste bin. I would rather have a tie string at the top.