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Armarkat Cat tree Furniture Condo, Height -70-Inch to 75-Inch
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- Great unit for scratching, climbing, sleeping, and exercising
- Made from attractive plywood with faux fur covering
- Looks great in any room
- Easy assembly
- 2 ramps, instruction manual, and necessary tools included
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As the manufacturer, AeroMark is sure your pet will get years of enjoyment from its products. If, however, any part is broken within six months due to a manufacturing defect, AeroMark will gladly replace it free of charge. After six months, pay only a small amount for broken parts,which are available at the official website.
*Pet toys not included in product warranty. For more information you can contact the official customer service or visit the official website.
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AeroMark manufactures the Armarkat brand of Cat Trees and Pet Beds. For the last 20 years, Armarkat has been internationally recognized as the most reliable brand for quality, endurance and style at affordable prices. As the innovator in the field, AeroMark offers the deepest line of Cat Trees on the market as well as a growing line of ergonomic pet beds in an increasing array of colors and fabrics.
The Armarkat product line is both pet-centric and pet-friendly. Our Cat Trees, which come in visually appealing materials and hues, blend with any décor. Sturdy bases and foundations support easy-to-assemble structures that are a breeze to put together.
Only pet friendly materials, harmless to pets and their pet parents, are used in fabrication. You can be sure your product is not only well-designed but durable and safely constructed. Additionally, since your cat tree is built to last, you can get replacement parts from the manufacturer whenever—and if ever—they are needed.
The Armarkat line of Pet Beds range from the most practical to the most luxurious. Soft, cozy Pet Bed covers are washable, resilient and stain resistant. These models are uniquely designed to provide the best feline or canine lounging experience you will find.
And with pet-caring customer service, AeroMark is dependable and fast, dedicated to satisfying all of your pet’s climbing, playing and resting requirements.
Model No.: A7401; Covering Material: Faux Fur; Covering Color: Beige; Board Material: Plywood; Post Diameter: 3-1/2-inch; Overall Dimensions: 50-inch (L)X26-inch (W)X74"(H); Max Holding Weight: 60 lbs;
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Top customer reviews
1. VERY solid and stable...this is made from WOOD not cardboard and that makes it worth the extra money!
2. Its covered with a soft plush that is easy to clean.
3. Easily supports a larger cat..I have a 18 lb (and growing) Tom cat and he zooms up and down with no problem!
1. The tower platforms need a taller/larger edge for sleeping kitties, (yes, cats can fall)
2. The small porthole window in the bottom condo should be made larger or eliminated all together! I have one cat that is on the smaller side who stuck her head thru and got it stuck! After a moment of panic, I managed to free her, and I blocked the window by gluing two small tupperware lids together..one on the inside, one on the outside, and gorilla glue in the middle. This blocked the window from further cat mishaps! (This is the only reason I didn't give it 5 stars)!
My "fur babies" are very important to me and I'm always on the lookout for quality products for them.. This is definitely a good product!
Model No.: A7401; Covering Material: Faux Fur; Covering Color: Beige; Board Material: Plywood; Post Diameter: 3-1/2-inch; Overall Dimensions: 50-inch (L)X26-inch (W)X74"(H); Max Holding Weight: 60 lbs) . . . .This model is excellent quality, and my cats love, love, love it, even though they are inside-outside cats and have trees to climb on.
I'd like to offer three tips for shopping for cat trees on Amazon: Scroll all the way down the product page to read the Product Description and Product Details areas carefully and look for trees with 1) larger diameter posts (no smaller than 3.5 inches) 2) plywood (NOT particle board or pressed board). Tip #3 is to get a cat tree with ALL sisal-wrapped posts rather than a combination of carpet and sisal or carpet alone. In my experience, cats highly prefer sisal, and also, I believe it is far more durable for scratching than carpet. Regarding wood - I think the Armarkat brand in general is good quality, but even within that brand, many their cat tress have particle board instead of plywood. On the model I ordered, all the bases and platforms are good quality, smooth plywood. Only the ramps are particle board. If you must get one that has particle board bases (perhaps because you want a design that only is offered in particle board / pressed wood), I would slap on some varnish or polyurethane to the exposed pressed-wood parts to try to make it more durable. Regarding post diameter - Make sure you get one with 3.5 inch diameter posts instead of 3 inch or smaller posts; it makes a huge difference for stability and strength.
I spent a lot of time, when I was choosing which one to order, worrying about the size of the platforms (i.e. on this model, I'm talking about the three platforms that are up on individual poles) and whether they would be too small for my cats. Turned out that even the bigger cats love to squeeze themselves onto the platforms and let a leg or two dangle over the edge. And stability of poles when cats are lying on those platforms hasn't been a problem for me.
This was easy to put together. The instructions are good, and it came with the two tools needed to assemble it. I took my time and went slowly and carefully, and it still took only about an hour.
The carpet is easy to clean, and it is durable. I vacuum it every two or three weeks, and use mild soapy water on a wrung out rag to blot or wipe up messes as necessary. I've had muddy paw prints and cat vomit on it, and I used a squirt of liquid laundry detergent diluted in a bucket of water, and then used that solution on a wrung out rag to wipe/blot up the mess. Even with the very light colored carpet on my model, combined with cats that are outside and roam on the cattle ranch next door and who love to roll in dirt, it is easy to keep looking clean.
I put my cat tree outside on a covered patio. However, I live in a fairly dry area, and would never do that if I lived in an area that rains a lot. Still, I make every effort to protect it from possible blowing rain or mist.
The quality of this cat tree model overall is very, very good. I already addressed that it has plywood (rather than particle board / pressed wood) and larger diameter posts and durable carpet. But everything else is good quality too. The hardware is solid, their are no sharp edges or exposed staples, the carpet and sisal are securely attached, the cubes (which come pre-assembled) are square and true and solidly put together.
Cats are individuals, and 2 of my 5 cats took to it right away. For the others, it took a couple weeks to a couple months, but they all eventually loved it and use it. And they ALL immediately used the scratching posts, even if some of them didn't take to climbing on it right away.
I really felt a little guilty when I first ordered this about spending the money, since my cats do have access to the great outdoors and to trees and fields, but once I received it, I quickly came to feel that it was one of the better buys I ever made for my cats.
Sturdiness: Like a rock. the base is 28x24 inches, very generous, and the way the posts are anchored and the higher perches positioned, it allows the entire structure to remain solid, even when an active cat leaps on it. I have not yet had both cats on simultaneously (they are not yet socialized) but do not anticipate a problem at all. I should note here that the 62 inch Armarkat I got last is not quite as sturdy; the smaller 24x20 base makes a difference. And as others have noted in reviews of that product, the top perches wobble a little, but not so much as to discourage the cats. But since I have a point of comparison, it reinforces my positive opinion of this one.
Value: Triple aces! The pricing is extremely low for the number and quality of the 10 sisal posts and the number of perches and condos, as well as the workmanship. I mean, half the price of the popular pet chain store trees, and to me, better quality. Also, the faux fur, while not plush, is certainly comfortable, and to my surprise the whole apparatus looks quite handsome despite its size.
Ease of Assembly: A breeze. The wordless instructions are nonetheless clear, and the lettered pieces and screws virtually idiot-proof, unless, as can happen with the cats around, you are not paying attention! I was very happy with how tightly the sisal posts can screw in, which along with the wide base is what assures the solid structure. I assembled the first in just over 30 minutes, the second, as I knew how to do it, in about 20 minutes.
Usability: This of course trumps everything else. If the cats don't like it, nothing else matters. My somewhat reticent female just sniffed it the first day, but by the second she was using the scratching posts, and by the third she had claimed the top condo as one of her favorite resting places. On both pieces, upstairs and downstairs. My male is fearless and started jumping on it approximately four seconds after I showed him what it was. He was in a cramped foster apartment before I adopted him a week ago, so who knew he had strong acrobatic tendencies? But he does, and he has had more exercise the last three days with these trees than he did the previous month.
Delivery: Fast, before the promised date both times, and while the box is heavy for some (the thing weighs about 50 pounds), it is easy to unpack by the front door and then carry the individual pieces to wherever the tree is going up.
Height and Bulk: These were the two factors that made me hesitate awhile before finally purchasing it. I was afraid it would be too bulky for my upstairs computer room (the first one I bought), and I wasn't sure about going that high. While it is not petite, it has the right proportions for a serious piece of cat furniture if you are interested in ensuring your cats have a comfortable and inviting plaything and resting place for years to come. I think its size and height are inducements for them to claim ownership. They already know it is "theirs" and do not spend (too) much time climbing on shelves and other places they don't belong--so far. I got the 62 inch tree for my family room, where the height and bulk of the 72 inch simply would not have worked. And while I am not quite as pleased with that one as this, mainly due to the slight (emphasize slight) wobbles and also the faux fleece vs. faux fur, that one still works well. But this one deserves superlatives. Interestingly, neither cat has yet mounted the highest perch, though the male keeps eying the ceiling and I think it's just a matter of time (gives him something to think about, anyway!)
The Toys: Based on others' comments, I did not attach. Good thing, too. the female plucked pieces off one ball within seconds when I showed it to her. But a minor point-just research, buy and put up your own highly-rated cat-tree toys.
Caveat about faux fur vs. faux fleece. As I am/was a neophyte cat tree buyer, and all the Armarkat trees I researched seemed to be faux fur, I didn't catch that the description of the 62 inch tree said it was faux fleece. Not that I would have known the difference before seeing them both in person. The faux fleece is actually somewhat thicker, which some purchasers may like, but it feels like carpet, does not look as elegant, and may cause my cats to associate it with my upstairs and basement carpets as ok to pluck--we'll see. To me the faux fur appears more elegant, and the cats don't seem to care.
So, overall, I could not be happier with this product, for solidity, quality, value, aesthetics and cat-responsiveness.
Addendum, March 19--since I wrote the above, I have also acquired a rescue, rare Havana Brown. He's a sweetheart but very active and assertive. Neither of the other two cats had climbed onto the top perch of any of the three cat trees I got them, and I wondered whether it was worth going for the 74 inch-high version. Well, it was. Hershey loves to climb, unfortunately on everything, and he was slow to notice the cat trees, but he's now adopting the top perch of these trees as his preferred resting place. Definitely, the height was worth it.