|Price Per Unit|
|Litter Box Type||Accessory, Pan||Accessory, Covered||Accessory, Covered||Pan||Pan|
|Material||Plastic, Cardboard / Paper, Silicone||Plastic||Plastic||Plastic, Polypropylene||Plastic|
|Litter Feature||—||—||—||—||Odor Control|
The reusable tray is not worth the cost. The fecal matter does not rake over into the little disposal area. The room where the box is located begins to smell within 4-5 days. I have to scoop and strain the litter to remove the fecal matter. The PetSafe ScoopFree Complete Disposable Crystal Litter Trays work perfectly. We never smell the box using the Complete Disposable Tray. I have reverted back to using the Complete Disposable Crystal Litter Tray. I am able to get two weeks use with the above tray vs. one week with the reusable tray. While the Crystal refill bags are less expensive than the Complete Trays, it's worth the cost.
Great Litter tray for kittens. It works well for the automatic cat litter cleaner; I just wish the disposed litter compartment was a little wider. I have 2 kittens and the disposal compartment gets full pretty quickly.
I wanted to cut back on the waste of the disposable pans so I purchased this and it was a complete waste of my money and my time. It doesn’t work well with the pan. It doesn’t keep the poo separated from the rest of the pan. The compartment area isn’t designed the same way as the disposable ones.
The more I have thought about it, the design flaw I have an issue with might not be a flaw at all but on purpose. My issue is the compartment that the solids are scooped into is very small, much smaller than the compartment on the disposable boxes. When I use the disposable box I can usually go almost a full 30 days even with two cats. But when I use the reusable box we rarely make it far past two weeks. It starts to smell and I have to change it bc it isn’t closing all the way. I do believe the design was on purpose so they still are getting plenty of money and you aren’t saving what you think you’re saving by using the extremely overpriced reusable tray that is much hard to clean and change out than the disposable one. I find this so dishonest and would recommend skipping over the entire system if you could and go for a better automated one.
I have a part Maine coon rescue cat. He really likes a litter box and will come into the house rather than use outdoor sites. I like the fact that I don’t have a litter box where you can see Sandollar‘s and torpedoes protruding out from the litter!!! I’ve recommended to other people
I like the reusable tray better than the disposables as it is a bit better for the environment. However, the tray needs replaced every year or two (in a multi-cat household), as the tray becomes scratched and stained. The litter starts sticking to the bottom. It's easy to change the litter. The magnetic strip is unnecessary for the model of litter box I have. It actually just gets in the way.
The train is way better than the cardboard box it comes with and this is a pretty good deal. Definitely a good investment and I will purchase it again when I get my next litter box.
It does rake the turds into a separate bin but it can still be stinky
Doesn’t work as well as the disposable ones and smelled after 2 days. The disposable trays are much easer to keep and don’t smell as bad and I only clean them once a month. I’ve found myself cleaning the reusable trays weekly
Way better than the cardboard boxes and cheaper as long as you rotate the litter the pee will not sit in the bottom, the plastic is also easier to clean when changing litter. I change my litter once a month and it doesn’t stink if you maintain it. To help with smell, I clean my waste trap out every three days, it takes 10 seconds. It saves me more time than I would be spending scooping the litter box 1-2x and is way more convenient since it’s in one small area. Maintain it and it will work wonderfully, I have 1 cat. 4/5 stars. Love it!