Self-Cleaning Litter Box
PetSafe ScoopFree features a modern and attractive design without any unnecessary parts and components. The box consists of the top housing (only comes in white), automatic rake, waste trap cover (purple or taupe), replaceable litter tray, plastic liner, and waste trap. The control panel in the top right corner allows you to monitor the LED light indicator and start the cleaning cycle manually.
PetSafe ScoopFree measures:
- 19.1" in width;
- 27.6" in length;
- 6.4" in height.
The litter area roughly measures 14" x 14".
PetSafe ScoopFree is easy to set up. All you have to do is unpack the box, install the disposable litter tray, and pour the litter crystals into it.
PetSafe ScoopFree does not require manual scooping.
PetSafe ScoopFree features a motor that operates the rake and produces some noise during the cleaning cycle. If you are a light sleeper, you should not place the box in your bedroom.
PetSafe ScoopFree is made of sturdy plastic and it features a motor and electric circuitry on the inside. The rake is made of high-quality stainless steel. The motor is very potent and can last for years if used properly. The housing does not feature any parts that could be broken or damaged by your pets.
PetSafe ScoopFree comes with the company’s proprietary litter crystals that absorb liquid and dehydrate solid waste, providing perfect odor control. Furthermore, the automatic cleaning cycle will start 20 minutes after your cat leaves the box and seal any solid waste in the waste trap.
PetSafe ScoopFree is designed for one cat, but it can serve more if necessary. The company recommends using it for cats up to 15lbs in weight. Kittens can use the box, but you will have to manually scoop the waste until they are at least 6 months old.
Suitable For Multiple Cats
PetSafe ScoopFree works best with the company’s proprietary litter crystals.
PetSafe ScoopFree works best with the company’s proprietary disposable litter trays that come with their own liners.
Cleaning & Maintenance
PetSafe ScoopFree does not require regular cleaning since all the parts that could get soiled get disposed of with the replaceable litter tray. You can clean it thoroughly every couple of months to remove dust build-up, especially around the motion sensors. Clean the box with a soft cloth and mild soap. Avoid using bleach and similar chemicals. Do not immerse the box in water to avoid damaging the electrical components.
You can help your cat get used to his or her new toilet by placing PetSafe ScoopFree next to your old litter box. Mix a handful of the old litter with PetSafe crystals in both boxes. Stop cleaning the old box to make it unappealing to your cat.
PetSafe ScoopFree is perfectly safe for cats. It does not have any sharp edges or protruding elements, so it cannot injure your pets in any way.
PetSafe ScoopFree does not come with a money-back guarantee.
PetSafe ScoopFree is covered by Radio Systems Corporation's 1-year warranty against all defects in materials and workmanship.
Automatic, Self-Cleaning Litter Box
Litter Robot is a large, bisque-colored, innovatively designed litter box the size of a nightstand. It is made up of a base with a removable waste drawer, an ergonomically designed globular litter chamber with a large entryway, and a detachable protective bonnet over the litter chamber. In front of the chamber is a small, removable rubber step mat. Inside the chamber is a LED nightlight and on the front side of the base is a handy control panel with 4 vertically aligned buttons and 3 horizontally aligned indicator lights.
Litter Robot weighs 24 pounds and is roughly the size of a nightstand. Its exact dimensions are:
- Fully Assembled Unit: 29.5″ x 24.25″ x 27” (HWD);
- Entryway: 16″ x 10.25″ (HW);
- Inner Globe Dimensions: 15″-17″ (dependent on litter amount) x 20″ x 20″ (HWD);
- Litter Bed: 14″ maximum width;
- Waste Drawer: 16” x 12.5” x 5” (HWD).
Litter Robot comes fully assembled, so you only have to plug the adapter into an outlet, add the litter, place a liner into the drawer, and push the power button.
With Litter Robot, there is no scooping. You simply need to empty the waste drawer when it is full.
Litter Robot emits a low humming noise during the 2.5-minute self-cleaning cycle. It is surprisingly quiet and not likely to alert cats who are not unusually sensitive to noise. If you keep the unit in your bedroom, you can use the sleep mode to prevent the device from starting the cleaning cycle for 8 hours, thus making sure it emits no noise while you are asleep.
Litter Robot is made of industrial-grade components, sturdy recyclable plastics, and heavy-duty rubber. It features a solid construction and it is built to last for many years.
With Litter Robot, odors are significantly reduced. The waste drawer is equipped with a large carbon filter that prevents most of the odor from escaping the drawer. The filter also prevents mold growth.
Litter Robot is best suited for naturally curious, non-diabetic cats weighing 5+ pounds
Suitable For Multiple Cats
Litter Robot exclusively uses clumping litter, preferably high-quality clay clumping litter. You should not use absorbent-only, non-clumping, loose-clumping, newspaper-based litter or wood-based pellets. The litter recommended by the manufacturer is Litterbox.com All Natural Clumping Litter.
Litter Robot does not require special liners. You can use any 8-13 gallon trash bag or liner. However, if you are looking for the safest choice, the company does offer affordable, custom-fitted, biodegradable liners specially designed for Litter Robot.
Cleaning & Maintenance
Litter Robot is a low-maintenance litter box. You can clean the device every month or year, as needed. The globe is free from electrical elements, so you can freely wash it with plenty of water and mild soap and detergent. The same goes for the waste drawer. The base and the bonnet contain electrical components. Thus, you should just wipe them with a clean cloth, with no excess moisture. If you have 1 cat, you need to empty the waste drawer every 7-10 days.
Litter Robot is an unusual litter box, so your cat may need help getting used to it. You should place it in the same spot as the old litter box. Pouring a handful of used litter into the globe may help your cat get used to it due to the familiar scent. Spraying some catnip or leaving treats inside or in front of the globe can be helpful as well. You should keep the device switched off during the first couple of days and stop cleaning the old litter box to make it less attractive. When your cat starts using Litter Robot, start the cleaning cycle manually with your cat in the room, so you can provide reassurance as he or she gets used to the humming noise and rotation of the globe.
Litter Robot is made with safety in mind. There are no rakes, wires or other potentially harmful elements and there are no shock hazards, as all electrical components are carefully concealed and away from your cat’s reach. If your cat jumps into the globe during the cleaning cycle, the globe will stop rotating immediately, as long as your cat weighs 5+ pounds, which is the cat sensor’s sensitivity threshold. If your cat weighs fewer than 5 pounds, it is a good idea to keep the device switched off and start the cleaning cycles manually.
$449 with free shipping within the continental US
Litter Robot comes with a 90-day money-back guarantee.
Litter Robot comes with an 18-month full warranty.