Litter Robot LRII Automatic Self-Cleaning Litter Box
- Automatic self-cleaning cat-litter box saves time and money
- The ECO Litter-Robot reduces litter use and is made of recycled plastics which is good for the planet
- 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
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Top Customer Reviews
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.Read more ›
To give you some specifics, we are a 5 cat (adults) household, males & females (all neutered), ranging from 6 to 15 pounds. They all took to it with very little or no trouble at all.
This is a GREAT product! It requires hardly any attention, uses clumping type litter and can be left On or Off. In the On setting, it cycles approximately 7-10 minutes after the cat leaves it. If you wish to keep it in the Off setting, you can switch it On for immediate cycling or "Flushing". The cycling noise is fairly minimal, kind of a loud hum, but if you are a light sleeper, you can switch it off at night and then turn it on first thing in the morning for immediate "flushing".
Although the manufacturer recommends using plastic wastebasket bags, it isn't necessary. I use the plastic bags from the grocery store, WalMart, etc., and just cut them a bit at the seams.
The only complaint I have about the unit is my own fault! Since the thing works so well and any smell is pretty much undetectable, I have, on more than one occasion, forgotten to empty the collection drawer in a timely manner... Yikes!
My only suggestion to improve the product would be to add another rubber grommet to secure the bag at the front of the drawer, but even without one, I am still ordering a second unit for the house.
Lastly, the customer service people at Litter Robot are amazing! They immediately respond to inquiries and sincerely care about their customers.
Cat Lovers!! Step away from your hand-scoop or rake type litter boxes and order a Litter Robot immediately! Once you see it in action, you'll slap yourself for not doing it sooner!
First, as many others have mentioned, the grate system of the step that is designed to allow litter to fall into the waste area really defeats much of the purpose of having a hidden waste area. The same openings that do allow some litter to fall into the waste chamber as opposed to covering your floor allow more odor to escape than I would like. This is rather easily fixable, but when you're paying $300 for a litter box you shouldn't have to DIY something this basic.
Second, while the LRII is very good about pausing its cycle when a cat steps up onto it, something to prevent cats from being to enter it at all while cycling would be sorely appreciated. And this, unfortunately, cannot be fixed by the home user. I'd noticed that over the past few days the odor from the LRII was a bit stronger than it had been, despite having recently put in a new scented trash bag and a liberal dosage of litter deodorizer. Last night I came across one of my (2) cats exiting the LRII while the main chamber was upside down, not quite halfway through the cycle. He knew that was where he was supposed to go, appeared rather frustrated that there was no litter in there with which to bury his waste, but went ahead and relieved himself on the bare plastic. It took 2 manual cycles to get his waste off the side of the chamber and into the waste area below, and the smell since then has been rather powerful.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
love not having to scoop everyday. Works as described. Cat didn't like it at first but got over it. Didn't give her a choice, husband took the old litter box away. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Classified ^.^
I bought this unit back in July 2012 and it's still going strong! I adopted a little rag doll kitten and tried several different cat boxes while he was growing. Read morePublished 7 days ago by RMS3
I have two cats and they drink more water than a fish so I was constantly changing the old litter box but now I'm down to every 3 days. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Amazon Customer
I've waited a few months to post a review, so that I could have some time to experience the Litter Robot and have my cats use it. Read morePublished 15 days ago by AntigoneRisen
My favorite pet item! Easy to even train 4 kittens to use! Its honestly a dream to not have to scoop litter and only have to take it out once a week ;-)Published 16 days ago by Timothy Ford
Durable machine. I've had it for over 2 years now. The ones that I've had in the past only lasted 1 year maximum. It's worth the price. It is also very easy to clean. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Maywu
I LOVE this no-scoop option...and my cats love never walking on each other's old news. That means cleaner paws and a cleaner house! I'm saving up for another one!Published 27 days ago by Amazon Customer