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Multipet Ba-Da-Beam Rotating Laser Cat Toy


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  • Entertains cats
  • Laser beam to chase

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 4 x 4 inches ; 0.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000EKIQ84
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  • Item model number: 66055
  • Batteries 3 AAA batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (85 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,810 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Hands free rotating laser chaser for cats


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Customer Reviews

The laser although is interesting to the cats it moves too quickly.
Jennifer L. Reilly
My cat didn't have time to even try this toy as it really would be better suited for a party for everyone to stare at.
Melanie
My cat is extremely active and needs to be played with constantly to keep him out of trouble.
snoozyj

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

33 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Brian on February 19, 2006
My cat typically loves laser pointers and will chase them for as long as I'm willing to play. However, with the Bada Beam, all he can do is sit there and look at it. The Bada Beam's light spins in circles on the floor so fast that I find it hard to believe that any cat could actually keep up with it.

Multipet had a good idea, but failed on the execution.
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By T. Cullen on November 24, 2006
I like the idea of this toy.. but I was disappointed a bit because the cat got frustrated very quickly and would quit playing with it. It does get her up and running a bit.. but not the exercise I had wanted. My cat is deaf so it is still worth the money, but I have more fun playing with the cat with a traditional laser pointer. Also, my cat has kind of figured out where the laser was coming from.. so I do need to watch her from looking right into it.. as with any pet toy, supervision required..
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By TODD R CASPELL on December 3, 2006
I agree. A GOOD idea poorly thought out. YOu would have to mount it on a pole or hang it from the celing to get the desired effect. Rex is laser CRAZY and he is not into this toy.
I hope they are working on a new design, maybe the mirror should rotate ?

PS. We played with it some more and found if I set it on top of the very high chest it works ok and Rex will be interested SO am bumping it up a star.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Wendy Miller on February 15, 2006
I have a very active kitten, 10 mos, and an older fat cat, 8 years, and both of them love it! I was desperate to find a toy that would keep the kitten entertained and burn off excess energy so she'd stop tormenting the older cat. But to my surprise, both cats love to play with this, sometimes together.

The base is stationary while a laser light is reflected off a mirror and you can position the mirror to either reflect on to the floor on on the wall. The one downfall is that the pattern of the light is very monotonous and sometimes my cats get a little tired of the motion. When that happens, I usually just pick up the unit and make my own light pattern.

The unit is excellent for turning on and leaving unattended. It automatically shuts off after about 15 minutes...and it takes quite a while for the batteries to wear down.

So, if your cat likes laser toys, they should enjoy this toy.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Hillymeg on June 29, 2006
I have to agree 100% with the first review. I just got this, and my cats are more interested in the box it came in than the laser beam this thing spits out. (I guess they're like children in that way!) The beam has only two settings - one that is emitted directly about 1 foot ahead of the device on the floor, the other about horizontal from it so that it will appear low on your walls or furniture. Basically, it's just like a revolving police light on a squad car; it simply spins a dot around in a monotonous circle over and over. My cats just looked at it in puzzlement instead of chasing it like I'd hoped. Then they looked at me like, 'Woman, why did you buy this crazy thing?' To get them to take an interest in it, I have to actually pick up the device and shake it around to make a random enough pattern for them to chase. And even then, they'd rather lie around. There's $19.99 I'll never see again...!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By J. D. Mayo on March 30, 2007
The product is not without its flaws, but if your cat likes mindlessly chasing the same thing over and over this is the toy for them. Generally you need to set it on a small shelf, table or desk and aim it at the floor (it only has 2 settings for where to aim it).

you're supposed to be able to open it and it will start up, my unit is a little "funny" and from day 1 I had to open it, let it snap shut hard and then it would turn on then opening it the second time and it was ready.

Once you start it up it runs for 5-9 minutes. the laser spins fast a large circle (depending on how high up you place the device) for a couple seconds, then stops for a second, then repeats. every time it stops at a different place, typically a few inches from the previous stopping point. it works out very well for the cats as they try to predict where it will "land".

I would say this is a good toy to turn on right before you leave so the cats can play and wear themselves out and sleep while you're gone instead of getting into trouble while you're away. it is especially popular with the dumber cats of the group, because it is repetitive. (or maybe their hunting instinct is easier to trigger)
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Trace on August 15, 2012
I've owned this product for about two years and I find it to be a good product and worth the investment, but it is flawed. However, I've discovered ways to make it more appealing to my cat. This product is battery operated and you turn it on/off by opening/closing the top. It has an automatic shut-off (I think it's 15 minutes) in order to keep your pet from getting over-stimulated. It works by pointing a laser beam straight up toward the mirrored lid which directs the beam outward at ONLY two different angles. If the unit is placed on the floor, the beam is either too low making it shine at the floor close to the unit or too high making it shine at the furniture and walls. The unit itself does NOT rotate, but the beam within rotates in an oval shape and pauses periodically. This results in a red dot that tracks a static oval pattern and the pause effect gives your pet a chance to "catch" the dot before it darts away again. That's all it does.

Pros:
Automated interactive playtime
Play/pause feature
Very entertaining to watch
No more hand cramps from holding a laser pointer (great if you have arthritis)
Automatic shut-off
Long battery life

Cons:
My cat learned the pattern and lost interest after a few months
Doesn't direct the beam very well (only two positions)
Unit doesn't rotate (static oval beam pattern)

Final solution (for us):
I finally realized that it needed a random appeal to keep my cat interested, so I purchased a HDE (TM) Rotating Mini Display Stand - Solar Powered. Please read my 8/15/2012 4-star review for that product if you're interested.
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