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Petmate Litter RoundUp One Touch Electric Litter Controll System Blue/Gray

by Petmate

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  • Electric cat-litter system removes waste material automatically
  • Pan revolves while rake sweeps through the litter gathering clumps
  • Covered waste bin stores soiled litter; minimal odor
  • Detachable parts for easy cleaning; AC adaptor and set of 4 liners included
  • Measures approximately 26-3/8 by 19-3/8 by 8-3/4 inches

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 27.3 x 9 x 19.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 17.6 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0009YYS78
  • Item model number: 22781
  • Average Customer Review: 1.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #404,830 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

The Petmate Litter RoundUp is a high qualityone-touch litter system. After the cat has used the litter pan wait 30 minutes for litter clumping then pess the one-touch cleaning button. Waste removal is accomplished as the pan revolves while the rake sweeps through the pan gathering up clumps. The clumps are deposited into a covered waste bin where they are stored with very little odor until it's convenient for you to discard. Cleaning and maintaining the unit is super simple. The waste storage bin is easily detachable so that waste can be carried to the garbage receptacle with no contact or mess. Replaceable liners are securly held in place by elastic-topped liners which help keep the waste storage bin clean and odor-free the unit comes with a set of four bags to get you started. The rake is also easily detached allowing the pan to be removed for complete cleaning as needed. Litter system uses an AC adaptor that plugs into any household outlet.Use high quality clumping clay litter or an advanced clumping litter. The Litter RoundUp cleans up after your cat so you don't have to.

Customer Reviews

If it had worked it would have been a dream come true.
J. Ashbaugh
Then the litter bowl ended up getting stuck in the spin cycle and would not rotate all the way, which was magically a day or so after the rake motor busted.
R. Foshee
We have one that is still working, but the ratcheting for the drive mechanism is EXTREMELY wimpy - it gets jammed and hung up a lot more than it should.
SkySurfer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

40 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Charlotte Gal on December 20, 2007
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I bought 3 of these items, and all were broken within less than 3 months. Then I figured out the MAGIC of this box. I have tried every automatic litter pan on the market, and this is hands down the best one - there is just ONE way to get it to work. What happens is, sometimes a clump of litter (and you MUST use good quality clumping litter, I recommend World's Best made of CORN) gets stuck UNDER the rake. This starts a very serious problem, as the rake rises, it pulls the grey edge of the "ring" upward, which then RIPS off the rake. This subsequently breaks/burns out the motor. The ONLY way to solve this problem is to WEIGH DOWN the grey rim. The ANSWER is to buy the DOMED HOOD that is made for this box. The weight of the dome holds down the rim, which prevents the rake from rising and the motor from burning out. Once I had the hood, I had no problems whatsover. Without the hood, this item is worthless. With the hood, this is the best electronic box on the market. And do yourself a favor, go to Sally's Beauty supply and buy cheap "shower caps" for the "disposal bags" - they are practically free compared to the price of the branded bags. This is great product that is well worth the money if you buy the hood, and I also recommend the ramp that fits this box. It has a great grid that does a super job of catching the litter, and fits the curved front of the box perfectly. So the lesson learned is: DON'T SCRIMP - Buy the HOOD and the RAMP and be prepared for a great litter box!!
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Linda Butler on May 13, 2006
I have a litter box on my second floor, in a spare bedroom. It is shared by 2 small, full grown cats (under 10 lbs each). I was tired of scooping, and wanted a self cleaning box. I needed one that would not smell, and that would keep litter in the box.

I had looked at and researched the Litter Maids and Purrforma, and this box. Of the 3, it looked like this box may be promising.

It was actually well designed, but poorly executed. The gears stripped within a week, and the rake had to be pushed to get past the problem spot, not every time, but once in awhile. It also had a tendency to spill litter and it did not get the waste at the very bottom of the box.

I returned it and purchased a litter robot, which has worked out very well.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By C. Coaty on February 14, 2007
I wish I had read the previous reviews before I had spent $$$ on this litterbox. The concept was good, and I liked that it was larger than the largest Littermaid box, but the engineering was poor and every element of the box was broken and useless within two months of use by two adult cats. I ended up throwing it away. $150 plus accessories in the trash. What a shame. There has to be a better system somewhere!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Teresa of Whitehouse on July 2, 2006
Urine saturated litter stuck to the bottom of the pan; the rake bent while trying to scoop it ( I use the scoopable litter as suggested). Per the manual I tried to remove the rake from the motorized arm to clean the tray and couldn't get it off. My husband tried also and was unsuccessful; he wound up striping the rake threads while using pliars and had to use silicone to keep it permanently in the scooping position. I now have to push the button to get the rake in the up position to remove the tray to clean it. The rake also throws litter over the collection tray and all over my floor. Other than the aggravation, mess and use of a less-than perfect device it's ok.
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2 of 0 people found the following review helpful By smo on May 24, 2007
This was an absolute waste. I've had it two weeks and it's broken, makes loud snapping sounds, has bent prongs and cats who attack it. I have actually spent MORE time with my cats' litter than less.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Christa Wilkin on April 17, 2006
This is an edit of a previous review I'd made on this litter box (3 stars) but I'd rather rate it one star. The concept is great but the design is seriously flawed.

After the first time I cleaned it, the rake would not go back on the holder. I had to use a pair of needle-nosed pliers. The rake does not go all the way to the bottom of the pan, so you're left with a nice sludge on the bottom, which is a problem if you have a fastidious cat (and who doesn't).

If the waste receptacle is half full, the rake will not drop all the way and so it will keep waste in it and deposit it back into the pan. Also after using it for about a week the thing developed a click-click-click noise. A couple times it seemed to get stuck in a loop or something because it kept running. Once I ran it before I left for church and when I got back two hours later the daggone thing was still clicking. I found myself having to manually clean the pan using a scoop most of the time. Why spend $$$ on an automatic pan if you end up scooping anyway?

Do youself a favor and buy the Omega-Paw rolling litter box instead. I have two of them and they are perfect.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By R. Foshee on July 1, 2007
I bought this product a few months ago from Petsmart and thought it was the greatest thing ever. I went home and got it running and it was much louder than I expected, and the cats utterly hated it. And when I say loud, I mean it woke me up in the middle of the night a number of times when it was only rotating and scared the poop out of the cats any time it actually activated. The motor spinning the litter area is insanely loud, I could hear it over my television even though it was in another room. Then you have the incredibly loud rake "pop" when it (tries to) scoops the litter and puts it into the waste container. I figured this was just all part of the process and boy, was I wrong!

I had this thing for two weeks before the rake gears wore out, which happened only a few days after it started either slinging cat poo on the floor (rake got stuck and when it dislodged itself, the extra energy gave me a poo cannon) or did not fully lift out of the box whatsoever. Then the litter bowl ended up getting stuck in the spin cycle and would not rotate all the way, which was magically a day or so after the rake motor busted. All this came after the fact that I had realized my cats had only used the thing about a dozen times before leaving me little gifts all over the apartment in their disgust of this machine. Is it quiet? Like a 747 is quiet. It constantly work my girlfriend up and woke me up several times. Does it work? Yeah, for about four days. To keep costs down, I swear this thing is made of cheap 3rd rate plastic.

When I took it back, the manager of the store was surprised when I said it stopped working and parts actually broke. He said he'd never had any complaints about it but I think that's due to the fact that no one had bought it.
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