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ScoopFree Ultra Self-Cleaning Cat Litter Box

ScoopFree Ultra Self-Cleaning Cat Litter Box

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    Scoop Free litter box - best investment!!!!

    By KarinR on Jun 10, 2018

    I needed to find an easier way to clean a litter box since my household just downsized and I'm away a good amount of the week. I bought two boxes and refills. It's a lot at once but definitely worth the initial expense. Since using it, there's hardly any mess vs. conventional litter. It's self cleaning I needed to find an easier way to clean a litter box since my household just downsized and I'm away a good amount of the week. I bought two boxes and refills. It's a lot at once but definitely worth the initial expense. Since using it, there's hardly any mess vs. conventional litter. It's self cleaning for sure - every 20 minutes and the raking is very quiet. The replacements are quick and easy to do and there's barely any odor. I have two boxes/four cats and I end up replacing the refills every 6-7 days. There's no need for extra litter for during the week. There's no waste and plenty of litter. As far as clean-up, my daily cleaning went from 15 minutes to 10 seconds. It's well worth the investment. I honestly wish I had done this a long time ago! Thank you for finding a way to make my daily clean-up and hassle so much easier! … more

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    Not as Great as it Sounds

    By Sheri on May 20, 2018

    I have two cats. Things I liked about this litter box: 1) It was quiet. 2) It counted the number of times my cats entered to do their business. Things I didn't like: 1) The crystals were supposed to absorb the urine for a month for one cat. I thought it would last at least a couple of weeks for my two I have two cats. Things I liked about this litter box: 1) It was quiet. 2) It counted the number of times my cats entered to do their business. Things I didn't like: 1) The crystals were supposed to absorb the urine for a month for one cat. I thought it would last at least a couple of weeks for my two. It didn't last a week. 2) My cats still tracked the crystals all over the room (although not as much as traditional litter). 3) The tray looks to be coated cardboard (strong cardboard, but still cardboard). It is very wide, which is convenient for the cats because it is a big area to "go", but when it is ready to change, it is big and flat and the lid doesn't seal shut. I put the lid on and laid it flat in a garbage bag. When I picked it up to take it to the garbage can, the crystals spilled out some, and the box was almost too big to put in the garbage can to put out for collection. … more

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    I have two cats. Things I liked about this litter box: 1) It was quiet. 2) It counted the number of times my cats entered to do their business. Things I didn't like: 1) The crystals were supposed to absorb the urine for a month for one cat. I thought it would last at least a couple of weeks for my two. It didn't last a week. 2) My cats still tracked the crystals all over the room (although not as much as traditional litter). 3) The tray looks to be coated cardboard (strong cardboard, but still cardboard). It is very wide, which is convenient for the cats because it is a big area to "go", but when it is ready to change, it is big and flat and the lid doesn't seal shut. I put the lid on and laid I have two cats. Things I liked about this litter box: 1) It was quiet. 2) It counted the number of times my cats entered to do their business. Things I didn't like: 1) The crystals were supposed to absorb the urine for a month for one cat. I thought it would last at least a couple of weeks for my two. It didn't last a week. 2) My cats still tracked the crystals all over the room (although not as much as traditional litter). 3) The tray looks to be coated cardboard (strong cardboard, but still cardboard). It is very wide, which is convenient for the cats because it is a big area to "go", but when it is ready to change, it is big and flat and the lid doesn't seal shut. I put the lid on and laid it flat in a garbage bag. When I picked it up to take it to the garbage can, the crystals spilled out some, and the box was almost too big to put in the garbage can to put out for collection. … more

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  • does not last the month it advertises and smells

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    The crystals last MAYBE 2 weeks with only 1 cat. The disposables trays are your best options for keeping the smell in but those get expensive really fast. Otherwise your still cleaning out the tray every few days. I love that i don't have to worry about my cat over a long weekend or something, but not worth the horrible smell when I have to go to clean it. Expensive machine and upkeep. However, other than that my cat was fine with it and it had no issues so it worked just fine.

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  • Doesn't Live Up To The Hype..

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    They only good thing about this box is that we only have to change the insert once a week. It stinks. Really bad. I can't stand it. It smells just as bad as a regular litter box.

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  • Eh..jury is still out

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    There is more wrong with this box than right. First of all, the box is too small. My 11 pound cat barely fits inside and that's with the hood and the lid lifter off. Add the lifter and hood and there is little room for the cat AND they have to climb over the lid lifter and through the small entry hole to access the litter. That being said, my older cat used the box right away. My younger cat was afraid of it and refused to poop inside the box. Luckily, he pee'd in it with no problem. I had to leave the unit unplugged and both the lifter and the hood off for him to go into the box. When he does get in (granted this is becoming more frequent) it takes him forever to find a spot where he There is more wrong with this box than right. First of all, the box is too small. My 11 pound cat barely fits inside and that's with the hood and the lid lifter off. Add the lifter and hood and there is little room for the cat AND they have to climb over the lid lifter and through the small entry hole to access the litter. That being said, my older cat used the box right away. My younger cat was afraid of it and refused to poop inside the box. Luckily, he pee'd in it with no problem. I had to leave the unit unplugged and both the lifter and the hood off for him to go into the box. When he does get in (granted this is becoming more frequent) it takes him forever to find a spot where he is not touching the sides of the box . If he does decide to poop in the box (no accidents in 2 days), I have to put the lid lifter back on, plug the unit in, and manually cycle it. This brings me to the size of the "poop storage reservoir". It is WAY too small and I have to manually scoop it out every 3 days or so to make room for more poop. Maybe I haven't let the desiccant do it's job, but either way a full reservoir keeps the box from functioning properly. Just an FYI, I have had the unit for less than a week and I have already changed out the litter box. The crystal litter does keep the smell down, which is why I went to this box to begin with. However that is a function of the litter and not of the box itself. I can't really speak to the longevity of the mechanism as I have only had the unit for less than a week. I have ordered the non disposable box and will use non clumping, crystal litter in it. Hopefully, I'm not throwing good money after bad and I (and my kitties) will learn to like it. … more

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  • Not Exactly Self-Cleaning

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    The smell of ammonia from the urine after a week or two becomes unbearable. The only way I could keep the smell under control was with the lid accessory and keeping it in a litter box concealer cabinet. The tray is costly and difficult to clean- don't even get me started on how gross the rake can get. You'll need to buy replacement rakes fairly often.

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