Learning Centre Litter Robot III Open Air
The Many Advantages of the Litter-Robot
How the Automatic Self-Cleaning Litter-Robot Works
The Litter Box Reimagined
Frequently Asked Questions
At first, we recommend placing your Litter-Robot near your cat's old litter box. As soon as your cat starts using the Litter-Robot regularly, remove the old litter box. At this point, the placement is up to you. Because the Litter-Robot reduces almost all odor, prevents litter tracking, and has an 8-hour sleep setting (when it will not cycle), you can place it in virtually any room in the house without disturbance. If you decide to place it out of sight, set a reminder, so it's not out of mind! You'll need to change the waste drawer liner about once every 7-10 days (with one cat) and add litter as needed.
Just for cases like this, we have compiled a list of tips and tricks to help your cat make the switch to the Litter-Robot. If you have tried these things and your cat still refuses to use the Litter-Robot, don't worry; you are protected by our 90-Day Money-Back Guarantee. If you and your cat are not completely satisfied for any reason, just return your Litter-Robot within 90 days of receipt for a refund of the purchase price, less shipping.
No, the Litter-Robot does not require special bags or liners for the waste drawer. As long as it fits, you can use it. Customers often use 35 to 50-litre kitchen garbage bags or large plastic grocery bags. If you're looking for an eco-friendly option, check out our custom-fit, biodegradable Waste Drawer Liners in various size packs (three come free with each Litter-Robot).
No, the globe cannot turn while your cat is inside. The cat sensor is tripped any time a cat enters or reenters the globe, resetting the timer for another 7 minutes, thereby preventing a cleaning cycle from starting while your cat is inside. See How It Works for more information.
No. The globe does not contain any mechanisms or wires that could hurt or harm your cat. The Litter-Robot was designed with your cat's safety mind.
No. The Litter-Robot operates on 15 Volts DC using a wall plug adapter similar to the adapters or chargers that you may use at home, including your cell phone charger. Unlike some other automated designs on the market, the Litter-Robot 15 Volt DC control system components are concealed inside the base of the unit (under the globe), unreachable by your pet. There are no electrical components or shock hazards inside the globe.
Not at all. In fact, dust is virtually eliminated. The slow rotation of the globe combined with the size of the filtering screen results in minimal agitation of the litter. We often hear from customers that this is one of their favourite things about the Litter-Robot: freedom from scooping means freedom from inhaling dirty dust!
If you're worried about going from a human-powered litter box to an electric one, don't be. The Litter-Robot consumes a very small amount of power. Based on the Open Air, when the motor is working to rotate the globe during a cleaning cycle, the Litter-Robot uses just 2.7 Watts of electricity. When the Litter-Robot is on standby, which is 99% of the time, it uses just 0.36 Watts of electricity.
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