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Petmate Replendish Gravity Waterer w/ Microban
- Low Return Rate: 23% fewer returns than similar products
- Highly Rated: 4.1 star rating with over 5,800 reviews
- Popular Item: Popular with customers shopping for "large dog water dispenser 5 gallon"
- Gravity water and food storage is ideal for short stays away from home and fewer refills make it convenient for busy pet parents
- Pets are encouraged to drink more water to better their health
- An advanced water filtration system inside the waterer removes & reduces the presence of many volatile organic chemicals & chlorine for clean refreshment anytime
- Bases feature Microban® Antimicrobial Protection that help prevent the growth of stain & odor-causing bacteria
- Made in the USA
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Replendish Gravity Waterer
- Supplies pets with water when you're not home Microban base prevents bacteria
- Great for multiple pet households
- Includes replaceable charcoal filter
- PET plastic makes it safe for pets
- Made in USA
- Base is dishwasher-safe
- Easy to clean wide mouth bottle
Petmate Replendish Gravity Waterer
Pet parents will love the time saving convenience of the Petmate Replendish Gravity Waterer, and their pets will love the continuous flow of water they dispense. Gravity waterers encourage pets to drink more water, which leads to better health. This gravity waterer is ideal for when pets are left alone for short periods of time. Plus, the need for fewer refills makes it convenient for busy pet parents.
The bottle is made of PET plastic, which is healthier for pets and more environmentally sustainable than the PVC bottles currently on the market.
Uses gravity to give your pet a constant supply water from the reservoir bottle through a charcoal filter, which eliminates sediment, chlorine and other substances that can affect the taste of water.
The Replendish Gravity Waterers are offered in a wide range of colors, so you’re sure to find the perfect match for you & your pet!
Petmate is passionate about pets and their families. As a worldwide leader of solutions and excellence in the pet industry, we are committed to providing fun, trusted quality products to enhance the lives of pets and their families every day. Petmate is an international company, that produces many of our products in the USA at our manufacturing facilities in Arlington, TX. We utilize green manufacturing techniques to ensure that our pets and their families have a beautiful world to play in.
Petmate Replendish Waterers with Microban provide a continuous flow of filtered water so busy pet parents have fewer refills to make. This waterer is ideal for short stays away from home. Bases feature Microban Antimicrobial Protection that helps prevent the growth of stain and odor-causing bacteria. This protection provides an additional level of defense against damaging microbes. Made in the USA.
Size: 4 GAL | Color: Pearl Silver Grey
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|Color||Pearl Silver Grey||Pearl Tan||—||Stainless||Mason Silver||Stainless Steel|
|Item Dimensions||17.2 x 10.9 x 17.7 in||16.2 x 10.7 x 15.1 in||10.55 x 18.5 x 20.87 in||12.3 x 6.4 x 11 in||10.28 x 17.24 x 17.73 in||12 x 14 x 8 in|
|Item Weight||3 lbs||—||3.53 lbs||1.36 lbs||3 lbs||0.51 lb|
|Size||4 GAL||3 GAL||Large||128 Ounces||4 GAL||Small|
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Here are answers to two common questions I noticed in the product page Q&A, and wondered myself before receiving the Replendish: yes, the unit is BPA-free; and, yes, it comes with one filter.
We have three cats, though I purchased the Petmate Replendish 1/2 Gallon Waterer specifically for two of them: they happen to be water connoisseurs. Their preference is drinking from faucets, and no unattended glass of water has been safe in this house for the eight years that we've had them (sisters from the same litter).
After rinsing the pieces of the unit this morning and filling it from the connoisseurs' favorite faucet (judging by their preference, we ought to bottle the water from our guest bathroom's faucet and sell it at Acqua Panna prices), they immediately took to the Replendish without the scrutiny with which they typically regard new things. Our third cat, however, who daily goes into what we affectionately refer to as "stealth mode," crouching low and nervously gliding across the floor each time she notices anything is out of place in a room, regards it with her typical level of suspicion--but after about an hour, she drank from it several times.
Altogether, the Replendish unit consists of five pieces: the base, the clear reservoir, a black cap that acts as filter housing at the mouth of the reservoir, a filter, and a plastic strap that secures the filter inside of the cap. The plastic strap is a bit of a pain to snap into place over the filter; it took me three attempts, even though I have small hands and wear my nails short. The mouth of the reservoir is threaded, so that the filter housing cap screws on to it. Then, the entire assembly of the reservoir twists about a quarter turn into the base, locking it in place.
First, I'm very pleased that, with the filter in place, the water flows slowly from the reservoir into the bowl; the result is that it isn't noisy. We bought Drinkwell Platinum Fountains at two different points over the years, and the cats never got used to the loud (and sudden) gurgling and bubbling that occurred each time the equilibrium shifted enough for the reservoir to dispense water. When I first put the Replendish down, our connoisseurs began drinking without any regard for the fact the reservoir was actively dispensing and quietly gurgling.
Next, one reviewer had mentioned the 1/2 gallon size didn't work for them, as the opening of the bowl was too small and too near the reservoir, so that their cat didn't like it due to its ears and whiskers being crowded. I nearly purchased the 1 gallon model as a result of that review, because our cats won’t eat out of small bowls that crowd their whiskers. However, being a starving college student, I opted for the less expensive 1/2 gallon, and the cats don't mind it. The only trouble with this size is that only one cat can drink at a time.
Another reviewer indicated no instructions came with the unit, and so it took trial and error to figure out that the filter needs to be removed from its plastic wrap, and secured by a plastic strap included with the unit. As I noted above, the paperboard that came with my unit is different than the product picture, so perhaps it didn’t previously come with instructions, already assembled, and clearly labeled. However, mine arrived with instructions; the pieces were already assembled, so that by disassembling them it was impossible not to see how to reassemble them after removing the plastic from the filter and rinsing the pieces. Further, the filter housing and strap are clearly labeled as to their function. Bottom line: assembly and disassembly are simple and fool-proof.
Many reviewers (and those that provide answers within the product Q&A section) seem to omit the filter. I don’t know how useful the filter is for actual filtration, since, unlike in a powered fountain, the water from the bowl--which tends to accumulate fur and crumbs of food--isn’t being continuously circulated through the filter. However, I will continue to purchase filters for the simple reason that using one causes the water to dispense slowly and quietly from the reservoir.
Overall, our cats are happy with the Replendish thus far, so I’m happy with it, too. Though the opening of the reservoir (see pictures) is small enough that a bottle cleaner is required, the base doesn’t have any awkward or tight spots to clean, like Drinkwell Platinums, which are full of nooks and crannies.
I’ll revisit this review in one month with an update as to whether the cats and I continue to love it. In the meantime, feel free to post comments on this review should you have questions!
5/29/15 Update: I still consider this a five-star product for what it is: a waterer. The cats still like it, and drink more from it than they would a bowl of water replenished as frequently. However, this is not a be-all and end-all product for me, because it requires more cleaning than a bowl (since the Replendish has more parts) or a fountain (since the Replendish doesn't circulate). I recommend this product to anyone who prefers a waterer, but will continue my search for fountains, as I do prefer something that circulates and filters the water supply.
I wanted to add some photos and a video of me installing a filled water jug. With the installed filter it's flow rate is reduced to the point that I didn't spill any water. People who have trouble with the weight might consider Installing the base on top of the jug, lock it in place and then slowly turn it over. Honestly it wasn't too bad doing it the way I did.
I've had pets forever and have used these types of water dispensers for as long as I can remember. So I know how they work.
First Day I got this things, took it out of the box, removed the lid, unscrewed the cap, rinsed out the little charcoal packet that is the "Advanced Filtration System" then put it back in the lid and put the little plastic clip back in the lid that holds the packet in. I then put the base down on the floor where the water bowl goes and went and filled the 4 gallon jug in the bathtub. REMEMBER- 1 Gallon of water weighs about 8.3lbs, so 4 gallons of water is about 33 pounds. So after I filled this thing up I put the lid back on it. The plastic clip promptly fell to the bottom of the 4 gallons of water, so I needed to stick my arm down into the jug to get it. No Biggie, I'm clean and they are Dogs, they drink out of the toilet anyway. So I get the lid back on then attempt to lift this GIANT wet smooth plastic ball out of the bathtub, I end up having to hug this thing because it is so slippery and heavy. Think of a greased watermelon(I'm 5'11" and 250lbs) so I'm not exactly frail. I take the jug of water and go to quickly turn it over onto the base. BAD IDEA!!! Water comes out of the holes around the lid at about 1Gal/Second, with enough force to spray across the room soaking my pants from the knee down and managing to spray some drawers that were nearby. I got the jug into the base, then you have to turn it slightly to lock it in place. The Animals use it. I asked them if they loved it but they were like "It's a freakin water bowl!"
I really do like this thing cause it holds a bunch of water and I don't need to refill it constantly.
Tips for use.
1. Take off all your clothes.(try to make your refill times around bath time)
2. Once it is full, Lift with your knees, not your back.
3. After you have the lid on, put the base on it, upside down(Make sure the base is empty first)
4. Transport the whole thing to the watering location and flip the whole thing over at one time, if the base is on it, it will catch the water that sprays out and it will just go into the bowl.