24-Inch Open Space
Fits nearly all cats from newborns to Maine Coons.
Seal pollutants. Trap odors and disinfect.
Super Easy Cleanup
No hidden corners or dead angles. Wipe and clean quickly.
Poses zero threat to your cats no matter what happens.
40 dBA or less measured at one-meter away.
Use Any Clumping Litter
Go for good-clumping and low-dust options.
Unaffected by soft or uneven surfaces.
23.3" x 21.2" x 18.2"
Litter Area :
19.7" x 15.7" x 3.9"
Rated Power :
The Good: It’s much cheaper than other “litter robots”. It has a lot of space. It’s fairly easy to clean.
The Bad: I have 2 adult cats. The waste bin is full in about a week. The bags are horribly thin and difficult to stretch over the bin to provide adequate coverage. Cleaning the unit is fairly easy, but time consuming. Easy because you can basically wipe it down with Clorox wipes. But time consuming because waste definitely does get stuck in the filter. And the liner needs to be periodically washed. All of this requires taking everything apart, cleaning it, and putting it back together.
The ugly: when I purchased, they only had the cardboard waste bins. The waste bin is a major design flaw. I’ve had this item for almost 3 months. The cats have stood on the waste bin lid while it’s dumping, causing all the feces to dump on my floor. Thankfully I was smart enough to put plastic under the unit and the wet feces and urine didn’t get soaked into my hardwood flooring. Because they seem infatuated with the waste bin, it’s out of shape and now falling apart. They’ve chewed the lid. I’ve had to duct tape it all together. And most recently my female cat has taken to ripping the bags apart with her claws because they are exposed outside of the bin. So when I go to pick up the bag of waste, there’s holes all over and dirty litter leaking out. That also means that the cardboard box that is the “waste bin” gets exposed to the urine and fecal matter. Which in turn means that it smells.
Overall: It functions fine. But would I buy another? No - not unless the waste bin and bags are fully redesigned. The bags need to be contained and not exposed to cats. If the cats are standing on the waste lid, the unit should not continue dumping litter. It also should never have been made with cardboard. That’s got to be the biggest idiotic thing I’ve ever seen. Cardboard waste bin for wet cat litter. Then they expect you to pay $40 for a replacement piece of cardboard that you already know doesn’t work worth crap. No thanks.
Hi Mandi, thanks for your candid feedback. A warm reminder of changing your name from the email address to protect your privacy. We are so sorry for the inconvenience caused. We sent you an update dongle earlier which was delivered last week. Please kindly update the device following the instructions in the box, so the unit will not dump any waste when the lid is not open. This will prevent the false dumping from happening again.
Secondly, it's definitely true that cardboards can be destroyed by cats. We recently released the plastic base and cover because of the same reason, after hearing similar feedback as yours. But one of the advantages of the cardboard trash box is that it doesn't require washing when it becomes stinky. The replenishment boxes are $30 for five sets, which is priced without any markup from the material and shipping costs. The trash bag is installed this way because we like that it helps contain odor and shield the trash box from erosive wastes. You may put a barrier (like a shelf) to keep it away from cats - this is inspired by another customer. We are creating a similar item. In the future, we'll also offer an auto-packing bin which keeps the bag inside. Thanks for your criticism. We will do our best to improve the product.