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Omega Paw Self-Cleaning Litter Box

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Product Packaging: Frustration-Free Packaging
  • Product Dimensions: 19.5 x 6.5 x 20 inches ; 6.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7.7 pounds
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B005E2S77C
  • Item model number: RA20 FFP
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3,908 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #80 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

The Roll Away Self Cleaning Litter Box cleans in just seconds without scooping. Inside the litter box there is a unique patented grill that separates out the clumped waste, depositing it into the pullout tray. The Large Litter Box is great for big cats or for multiple cat households. No electricity or expensive filters needed!


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Do you hate cleaning your litter box but can't afford one of those expensive motorized models?

Omega Paw's Roll'n Clean, Self-Cleaning Litter Box is just what you are looking for! The Roll'n Clean litter box doesn't use electricity, never breaks down; it just keeps rolling and rolling. Save yourself the headaches and money by buying this amazing self-cleaning litter box.

Ideal for big cats or multiple-cat households, this large Roll’n Clean, Self-Cleaning Litter Box quickly self-cleans, while controlling dust and containing odors. Omega Paw’s Roll’n Clean, Self-Cleaning Litter Box allows you to clean your cat’s waste in just seconds, without scooping! Also requires less litter than a traditional litter box and the scoop only collects clumped waste - clean litter is never thrown away.

How it Works

The Roll’n Clean, Self-Cleaning Litter Box works best with clumping and silica litters. Simply roll the litter box to the right until the top touches the floor then roll it back to the upright position. Inside, a unique patented screen separates the clean litter from the clumped waste – putting all the waste into the scoop. Pull out the scoop and dispose the waste. It’s that easy!

Product Features

  • Self-cleans by rolling to the right and back again
  • Waste collects in the pullout scoop for quick and easy disposal
  • No electricity or filters needed
  • Controls dust and contains odors
  • Ideal for big cats or multiple-cat households
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
  • One year warranty

Customer Reviews

This is so easy to use & makes it much less of a hassle to clean the litter box.
This is because clumping litter will stick to the sides of the cat box, and will not dislodge when the box is rolled over.
Several of the clips that hold the top and bottom together broke over the past few months.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

2,298 of 2,339 people found the following review helpful By Alliecat on February 8, 2008
Product Packaging: Standard Packaging Verified Purchase
Length: 0:33 Mins
Omega Paw RA20 Self-Cleaning Litter Box, Large, Green and Beige
This is a short demonstration video of how to use the Omega Paw Roll'n Clean Litter Box. I am not a representative for any product I am reviewing. I am just a customer who was interested in buying a new litter box for my cat and probably just like yourself was reading reviews to find one that got high praises. When I came across this litter box, I couldn't picture how it worked exactly but I was tired of the same old litter boxes so I took a chance and bought the Omega Paw Self Cleaning Litter Box. I hated scooping and changing out bags. When I received the litter box and actually tried it, I absolutely loved the concept. I wondered how many people had difficulty visualizing the concept as I did. I liked the litter box so much I decided to do a short demonstration on how it works. I shoved the "poo" back in the box at the end of the video because I don't think anyone needs a demo on how to dispose cat poo :p

Now on to the actual review. It is a very easy to use litter box. I have found that I've used less litter with this box and there is less odor. It is a very economical litter box and I don't dread cleaning it as much as I have in the past with other boxes. No more bags and no more scooping. Just roll and empty the tray! Just use the brand of cat litter of your choice as long as it is the CLUMPING cat litter. I would recommend getting the large box as the regular size is very small and IMO would only accomodate a kitten or small cat. My cats seem to appreciate the privacy of the box and the litter scatter is minimized compared to other litter boxes. I definitely recommend this litter box.
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659 of 672 people found the following review helpful By Jill R. on April 22, 2012
Product Packaging: Frustration-Free Packaging Verified Purchase
Length: 1:52 Mins
Omega Litter Box:
- Simply tilt liter box to one side and then back again! Clean litter
sifts back to the main compartment and clumped dirty litter now sits
in a pull out compartment that you empty into the trash. It's really
that simple
- At roughly $30 a great and affordable alternative to electric boxes
that require filter replenishment

Litter Locker II Litter Disposal System:
- Diaper genie for cat litter
- Pour dirty litter in, pull handle to seal below
- Very convenient, saving you daily trips to the garbage
- Stationary, meaning no more struggles to get litter into moving
target (e.g., plastic bag)
- Does require that you buy new bags every few weeks

PetFusion SmartGrip Cat Litter Mat
- Great size and softer material that relaxes litter from cats paws
- Dimples and channel catch litter better than others
- Multiple cleaning options- My preference is to sweep
- Nice looking is an added benefit
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954 of 982 people found the following review helpful By Wilma Beale on August 11, 2005
Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
If you put the box together right, the loose litter flows through the screen as you roll the box to the right; keep rolling the box and the clumps go on over the top of the screen into the open top of the collection box. Ingeniously simple! (For those who think the CLUMPS need to go through the screen: look at it again. It's probably just a matter of flipping the screen so that it goes from the edge of the collection box downward to the bottom, not upward. Leaving the top of the collection box uncovered, at the top edge of the screen.)

Some hints: 1) When you roll the box upright again, give it a good shake to the right, or roll it part way to the left and back upright, to bring the litter back into the potty chamber. 2) If your floor space is limited, scoot the box leftward as you roll it to the right. As for the litter, there is no magic height the litter has to be in the potty chamber; I don't know how some could find this a problem. 3) To fill the box, tilt it backward and pour in the litter. To empty it, tilt it forward over a trash receptacle.

As for the quality of the box, it's just fine; any better quality and it would be too heavy for me to use, being up in my years. The latches that hold the top and bottom of the box together could be stronger, but face it, how often will you need to open it up? After being in use for two months, there is nothing sticking to the box yet to clean up, and so no reason to open it--maybe this won`t be true with all litters. Based on recommendations, I have only used World`s Best clumping litter; it lasts a l-o-n-g time because not much is caught up in the clumps, and what is left is still clean, not like some I`ve used, where fouled or wet bits fall away from the clumps.
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466 of 477 people found the following review helpful By Rae Aaron on October 14, 2007
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I have 3 adult cats. I purchased a Littermaid hoping to aid in the chore of keeping their toilet clean. The Littermaid was a complete waste of my $115. Its rake was constantly getting clogged or stuck.

I was considering the VERY EXPENSIVE Litter-Robot. In reading pet blogs and miscellaneous reviews trying to decide whether to cough up the cash, I came across a couple of recommendations for the Omega Paw Litterbox. It sounded like both the Omega and Robot worked on a similar roll-over principal, with the Robot being automated and the Omega being manual. I decided I would spend approximately $35 for the Omega and try it out before shelling out $300 for the Litter-Robot. I have been so happy with the Omega that I have decided not to buy the Robot at this time.

As for tips for Omega Paw users:

1. It has been my experience that the process works best and wastes almost no litter if I have the litter filled to the proper level (about 3" in the box), and if I roll the box over **slowly**. If I roll it too fast, some clumps escape the grid and I also find more wasted clean litter in the drawer.

In addition I followed other reviewers' advice:

2. Mark the fill line inside the box with a marker so I can be sure I am keeping the box adequately filled.

3. Roll the box S L O W L Y to minimize wasted litter

4. Give the bottom of the box a good whack or two when it is inverted to release any clumps sticking to the bottom of the box.

5. Use duct tape or wide masking tape to seal the edge where the top and bottom meet. I would frequently accidentally release the latches when tilting the box. The tape prevents that problem and also prevents small litter particles from escaping.
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