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Litter Robot LRII Automatic Self-Cleaning Litter Box, Black

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  • Automatic self-cleaning cat-litter box saves time and money
  • Patented sifting process cleans litter automatically after each use
  • Deposits waste in large-capacity drawer lined with kitchen garbage bag
  • Reliable and safe; works without rakes or wires that could jam, clog, or break
  • Measures 24 by 22 by 29 inches; 18-month full warranty
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 24 x 22 x 29 inches ; 24.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 29 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000LJFQF4
  • Item model number: LRII-Black
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (219 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,573 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

The Litter Robot is the automatic, self cleaning litter box 'that really works'. When your cat enters the litter chamber (globe) a weight activated sensor detects the presence of your cat. After 7 minutes a clean cycle starts with the slow rotation of the globe in a counter-clockwise direction. The rotation of the globe sifts and separates clumps from the clean litter (clumping litter) and deposits all waste in the large capacity drawer lined with a standard kitchen garbage bag. The globe then returns to its home position with a clean, level bed of litter ready for the next use. The Litter Robot has no rakes or wires to jam, clog, or break. Its simplicity and durable construction ensure a long life of service. The Litter Robot operates on 12VDC and is easy to set up - just add litter to the globe and plug it in. Backed by an 18 month warranty and 30 day money back guarantee on purchase price.


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Customer Reviews

We don't smell the litter box any more and it is so easy to clean!
Genevieve Burke
The cats love it, they adjusted to it right away, and one cat is skidish, the kitten took right to it.
J. Mitchell
Overall, we empty the drawer about once a week and add new litter every 2-3 days.
TT

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

218 of 219 people found the following review helpful By 'Becca Cole on April 18, 2007
I've been a cat mom for over 20 years and have worked in animal rescue almost as long. This thing does exactly what it says it does. No hype. When I downsized into a 300 square ft condo so I could work and go to school full time, I needed a miracle. Four geriatric kitties and a mostly absent mom in such a small space... I needed some help with the cat box. I tried the competition--Littermaid Mega--for a month with poor results. No odor control (despite their glowing claims of an automatic ionic air cleaner and carbon filters), constant clogging of the rake, and numerous yucky bits left behind. I was constantly coming home between work and school to disasters, spills, you name it. Littermaid Mega was less effective than a regular litter box.

Money is very tight, but I recklessly splurged on the Litter Robot when a neighbor complained of the smell from an open window (next to the cat box). It is hands down the BEST money I have ever spent and all my issues with regular boxes and the Littermaid Mega are solved!

-- No more tiny litter granules in my bed because Litter Robot lets me use the alternative types of litter like Swheat Scoop.

-- No lingering odor because waste is deposited in a truly sealed container *** hint: using odor fighting trash bags make things even better ***

-- No more being a constant slave to the litterbox. I can empty the tray every 3 days if I need to (great during term paper crunch times) and fresh litter gets added every other day without problems.

-- Hooray, washing and sanitizing is a breeze! Out back with a hose, the inside is easily power washed. Since most of the litter area is lined in heavy duty rubber, even the gooiest blobs don't stick and hang around to smell up the house.
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96 of 99 people found the following review helpful By demonreader on October 23, 2007
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I knew that I needed to replace our second Litter Maid. Both of the ones we have had lasted years, but I had enough complaints that I decided to check on what was new and different. I was really thinking that Litter Maid might have made improvements. At first, I was appalled at the idea of spending $300 on a litter box, no matter how wonderful. The more I read about this one, though, the more I decided that it would save money in the long run.

Now that I have owned it for a couple of months, I can't imagine ever, ever, going back to anything else. We are only a one cat household at the moment. I am just sorry that we lost our old guy back in January, and that he didn't get to have this,

The assembly was easy. The cat took to it right away (I did sprinkle a little of her old, scooped, but used, litter in for a day or two). I also would place a small piece of paper inside, where I could see it because it stayed so clean, I wanted confirmation that she was using it and not rebelling elsewhere. I emptied it after a week, no smell with the drawer closed or open. It really didn't need to be emptied, but it was my first time, so I did. So easy! I bundled the old Litter Maid into a trash bag and said 'bye! The next time I waited two weeks, still no smell. Still not full, still easy. My husband is now much happier about my occasional week/two week trip away from home, and so am I because he never did take care of the litter situation up to my standards.

Perhaps I have an extraordinary cat, but she doesn't throw litter out, or deposit stuff on the outside. That was a problem with the Litter Maid and conventional boxes. Certainly the smells are contained. I would imagine that strangers would not notice that we had a cat.
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84 of 87 people found the following review helpful By WereBear on December 6, 2006
All cat lovers have that dream... that somehow they can have cats without always cleaning the litter. Now you can make that dream happen. Get a Litter Robot.

Okay, it's kinda big and needs an outlet. There is some noise when it works, about as much as a microwave. There's sometimes litter scatter that needs to be swept up, and with two cats I change the bag twice a week. And that's all there is to it! I can't emphasize this enough: the Litter Robot really works.

Seven minutes after the cat has "left the building," the automatic timer kicks in, but only if it detects no cat presence. Even if the cats come to look at it and put their paws on the step, it will stop. So there isn't much chance of the cat getting caught in it and swearing out a vendetta. If the coast is clear, the Robot turns its dome to sift down to just clumps (you need clumping litter) and dumps only the clumps in the waste drawer. This turning action does two wonderful things; it allows the motor to need only a little power, so it can't get stuck and burn out, and it also "breads" the clumps with litter so even cats who don't cover will get their stuff automatically covered and dumped. Then it comes back to base, evening out the litter as it does so, and turns itself off, leaving completely clean litter in the dome that doesn't smell and is ready for the next time.

And I haven't done a thing.

Depending on your cat size and number, you will need to change the bag periodically. I use the cheapest 13-gallon bags I can find, since you won't be filling up the bag, just the bottom of it. (And really, who wants to live with 13 gallons of litter?) And I save on litter, too, because only the dirty stuff gets discarded.
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