Omega Paw Self-Cleaning Litter Box, Regular, Taupe
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|Item Dimensions||18.00 x 18.00 x 20.00 inches||18.50 x 21.50 x 20.00 inches||17.50 x 20.00 x 9.00 inches||23.00 x 19.00 x 18.50 inches||16.50 x 18.50 x 17.00 inches||19.00 x 15.00 x 8.00 inches|
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The Roll 'n Clean 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 pull out tray. Regular Size, suitable for one cat households and kittens.
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!
- 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
How it works: 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. It is that easy!Easy to clean:1. Simply roll to the right and return.2. Tilt slightly to the left to level clean litter.3. Pull out the scoop.4. Dispose the waste.Assembly instructions:1. Insert screen between tabs.Ramp faces up.2. Bend screen and push into channel along box edge.3. Lock tabs into place.4. Slide in scoop.
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Update May 21, 2015: 10 days after I emailed Omega Paw, I received an email from a Mr. Scott informing me that they would send me a replacement grate -- that was April 17. On May 2, I contacted Mr. Scott to find out whether they had sent me the grate. It's now May 21 and I still haven't received it. I emailed him again today and am awaiting a status report. It's been a total of 45 days since my initial contact.
Doubts you may read about that I will rebut:
-If you let it get too full, sometimes the drawer may be hard to get out. This is true, but easily circumvented if when you roll it you intentionally don't roll it 'all the way' so you can remove poo in two phases. This is still way easier than scooping a million different pieces of poo.
-Sometimes some 'good' litter ends up in the drawer. If you rock the litter box back and forth a couple inches once you've rolled it you will prevent this from happening. I don't use any fancy litter, just the normal clay clumping, and it's fine.
-Once, ONCE in my two years of using it, one of the little plastic bits that holds it closed popped open. I held the box shut with my hand while I rolled it back upright, popped it back into place, then vacuumed the tablespoon of litter that escaped. It was neither traumatic nor catastrophic, nothing broke, and I swear I had to vacuum much more up every time using other litter box methods like the normal scoop-style and sieve-stacking style boxes I've used before.
-My cat was never scared to use this thing, and she is not a small cat. It doesn't leave her much space, but she uses it! Once someone made a loud noise while she was in it and came she came tearing out and I had to clean up after her, but I think that would've happened if someone had startled her in a normal style litter box, too.
-you do need space to roll it, but it is easy and not gross to just slide it from a tucked in corner to more open floor. That's what I do, I just scoot it on the floor and as I said above, in hundreds of uses it's popped a little bit open exactly once.
If you have depression / anxiety and let the litterbox go uncleaned for longer than you should, this makes it easier. If you need to scoop multiple times a day, this makes it easier. If you're broke and don't wanna shell out more than a hundred bucks for an automatic litter box, hell, even if you CAN afford to shell it out, buy this one. It's better.
Nobody paid me for this review. I bought this litter box myself, but I almost didn't because there weren't that many reviews. This is just me giving my two cents to say it makes life easier! I love my cat, but hated dealing with her poo, and now it's hardly an issue, I just empty it every other day right before we take out the trash.
Hope my opinion helps you make up your mind!
After 1 months use, BOTH boxes I purchased are broken. I can't tape them due to where the breaks are. The waste will stick to the edges. I am sending a complaint and will update.
UPDATE: I sent a complaint and was mailed out ONE new grill for TWO boxes. The NEW grill broke within the month. I seriously doubt this is just me. I don't think my cats have some super power waste to break the box. DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY. The box is a waste and so is the salary they pay their costumer service.
The only complaint that I have is that the locks that keep the lid on are a little cheap and get stuck sometimes, which is super obnoxious. But the litter box is a great size, the lid keeps the litter from tracking all over the house and the opening has a little bit of a lip which helps to keep our lab mix from shoving her head in to get a taste of cat poop which I guess is like a dog delicacy or something.
I did find that rolling it slowly helped to ensure that I got a thorough clean without losing too much litter.
I also have a little 'litter' mat outside for her, so I haven't noticed litter tracking which some other reviews complained about.
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You need to experiment with different types of clumping litter as some can be very stubborn and will just stick to the bottom, tried sainsburys, pets at home and various branded all didn't work too well, Tescos clumping has been by far the best where the others fail with this system Tescos seems to stick far less aggressively to bottom.
Why one star? The construction is weak, the design problem lays with the sifting part, the sifting piece is a one part affair that folds to form a right angle in the inside of the box. I say folds because that exactly what it does, no hinge just ultra thin score in the one piece sifting part. As you can imagine you will need to regularly clean the box and its inners. Over the space of the 3 months I've had it the score in the folding siv is slowly turning into a detachment you can clearly see the stressed plastic in my photo. The catches are weak, you have three of them to keep the top bolted to bottom.
To sum up
Good removal of waste providing it doesn't get stuck
Weak design it will not last long. Rubbish brittle plastic.
You need to experiment with brands of litter
To expensive for a throwaway litter box
Amazon customer service first class no fuss, replaced my broken litter box. Thank you Amazon.
*Contains smells better than an open litter tray
*takes the chore out of cleaning the litter tray
*almost an enjoyable job now!
*despite the pictures the colour isn't bad at all
*quick and easy (takes less than a minute)
*The medium is big enough for my small Burmese
*Contains cat litter pebbles better than open tray
*easy for someone coming in to look after cat
*The slider catches that hold the box together are sometimes stiff to slide
*may look big in a smaller house
*is often out of stock in Uk(probably because it's so amazing)
Do not let the cons put you off the best product ever invented for cats. It is worth every penny paid it makes it so much quicker for me to sort the cat litter out and I was very impressed by how much dirty litter it removed. Fantastic product, worth the price tag. Don't let any reservations you have out you off, you will not be disappointed once you use it for the first time!
Now put the cheapest kitty odour eating litter (£2 from your local cheap supplies shop. BARGAIN) inside. Approx 2.5 litres. (Do not use wood or natural as they will not pass through slots to sivv out any clumps)
Hole is large enough for average (medium sized Roll'n clean) sized UK cats to access.
Wait for cat to do it's thing or wait until morning.
Now Roll onto its side and back to regular position a few times making sure all of the unclumped kitty litter falls through the vent slots. You can now see the clumps inside. Roll onto it's head position (rocking a little to make it fall to the top of Roll'n clean. You may have to slap the bottom of Roll'n clean to release sticking clumps. Then slowly back to it's regular position. Roll to the left and shake a little to allow the litter to level in the bottom again. Slide out the draw and dispose of contents to your regular bin (not recycle bin). Put draw back in Roll'n clean.
This device is not self cleaning and therefore should be revised to fall in with UK law!
It is expected that for it to be odour free you would need to clean the whole device every month.
It would be advised to use a can of silicone spray to help stop clumping, sticking to the floor, roof or sides of Roll'n clean.
This device makes the use of cheap kitty litter a very economical solution. You could save more than £20 /month! You only require 1 of these devices unless your cat is disturbed. Also it is expected that the cat would use only 2 of these / lifetime.
So, expected costs (2016) / life of cat
£50-60* for 2 devices
£8* /month kitty litter
£5* /year silicone spray (Electrical type non greasy)
* (Not including inflationary causes, such as greedy taxman, greedy companies or even wars).
Pros then :
Expensive at first
Not self cleaning
A little bit of a bind every morning.
This has been a KittyFishChops Review.
Opening the enormous box from Amazon (I know it's recyclable but honestly Amazon, I could've house a small family in this box) the cat litter tray was in yet more packaging, with minimal instructions on how to put it together. The material felt cheap, and I struggled to get the clips that hold it together to work until I sat on the lid - but when assembled it does feel strong and sturdy.
Filled with cat litter and presented to the cats, I immediately noticed how small it was inside. I have two quite large boys and I knew they would struggle with this tray, but they both ventured in to try it (separately) and seemingly had no problems - I will say since this tray has arrived we have had two occasions of urinating outside the tray - which had stopped when I bought them a hooded tray from B&M bargains, so maybe it hasn't been as successful as I hoped.
When I noticed some poop in the tray I gave it chance to dry before trying it out. I rolled it onto its side, and rolled it back - no poop in the drawer. Tried again 3 times without success. Other half suggested 'try it so it's almost upside down' success! Poop collected in the tray, however so did 1/4 of the clean litter.
Overall: not as easy as the description makes it out to be, and not all of the poop will end up in the drawer, and you will have to still scoop the poop out of the drawer to put the clean litter back in. I'm not overly impressed, but I will persevere.