Litter-Robot Automatic Litter Box | Robot Cat Litter - RobotShop
I’m interested in purchasing one of these units. I have been a loyal customer of Littermaid’s electric cat boxes for many years but in the past two years I’ve now gone through 2. I now need to order a 3rd as the switch just died. The first electric box I had for over 8 years. Their quality has gone downhill. Do you have any idea how long one of these Liter Robots last?
I completely agree with Walter Bonnett. I have had my litter robot for over 7 years. I have three cats and this box stays clean for almost a whole week. It is simple to empty with the pull out draw which is very large. You can easily line the drawer with a bag and therefore just pull out the bag when you empty it. I recommend this to all my cat friends. It also uses less litter over time. Because the robot empties soon after it is used, the litter clumps and then gets removed, so it doesn’t “spread”.
In the beginning, I scoffed at the price. At nearly US $400 with tax and shipping, it’s by far the most expensive waste receptacle in our house. I was also a bit worried about its integrity; friends had told us that their cats only took one day to destroy a different robotic litter box by ripping open the side panel and relieving themselves on the electronics inside.If you have ever heard of the litter robot 2 then this is the next big and improved released since the Bubble and Skylight versions.
This litter box moves in a rotating fashion that cleans the litter efficiently without the need of every scooping and cleaning just as the company’s catch phrase reads “the last litter box you will own” With our litter box/Death Star playhouse fully assembled, we waited to see what would happen. I suppose one of my cats, Charlie, sensed evil, because his first instinct was to meow menacingly at it and trot away. But Starfox [pictured above], our more adventurous cat, seemed to welcome his new robot overlord. Noticing that his old litter box was gone, he decided this new one was worth a shot. With a little guidance, Starfox placed his paws on the ledge, which contains a sensor that detects the weight of a cat (2.3 kilograms, or 80 ounces, is the minimum). He then climbed into the globe and unceremoniously did his business. The Litter Robot just makes the lives of cat owners more convenient and easier. At the core of its operations it its rotating self cleaning system that effectively separates the dirty from clean litter in under 7 minutes after the pet entered the box.Getting tired of cleaning and maintaining the cat box? If yes, then this Robot II Unit is your best bet in the market.
Its smart and efficient scooping system rotates and automatically cleans the area with ease so you no longer have to worry about manually scoopingThe Litter-Robot III Open Air Automatic Litter Box is a self-cleaning litter box that is very sophisticated. It has a self-adjusting weight sensor that knows when your cat is inside using it (so you don’t have to worry about it cycling when your kitty is inside of the litter box). After each use, a timer counts down until it cycles, which is great because it allows the kitty to be way finished with their business before it cycles. It is also good for clumping litter, so that the clump has time to set. After that, the sifting system cycles automatically and dumps the clumps and waste into a drawer below. Once the drawer is full of waste, an indicator light lets you know that it’s time to empty it. Someone was thinking when they designed this puppy. It’s made in the USA and comes with a 90-Day Money-Back Guarantee and 18-Month warranty.