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Hello, I hope you are doing well.

OnlyNaturalPet.com [onlynaturalpet.com] has Litter-Lifter Kitty Litter Scoop for $4.67 with free shipping when you apply coupon code NATURALPET15; the sale price is $5.49. (No sales tax unless you are in Colorado.) The coupon code is valid for new customers only.

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  • Since 2017, I have tried and testing multiple cat litter scoops in an attempt to find the best one, and the Litter-Lifter is my absolute favorite. I like this scoop more than the #1 rated scoop on Amazon, the DuraScoop Jumbo Cat Litter Scoop [amazon.com], which is 64% more expensive at the current price of $12.99.
  • For more information about my tests, check out this post from below.
  • The coupon will give you 15% off and free shipping without a minimum amount on most non-sale items, so feel free to explore the site.
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That's exactly what I used to think, and it's generally logical because metal is a stronger material than plastic. However, there are downsides to a metal scoop, and when I'm scooping litter, I want the task to be quick and easy.

Some of the plastic scoops I have used and tested did indeed break; two examples are the Van Ness Pureness Regular Litter Scoop [amazon.com] ($4.99; 4.2-star rating) and the Petmate Ultimate Litter Plastic Scoop 22972 [amazon.com] ($8.89; 4.1-star rating). The former's pan area fell apart, and the latter's handle completely snapped in half.

That led me to DuraScoop Jumbo Cat Litter Scoop [amazon.com] ($12.99; 4.8-star rating), which is an aluminum scoop described by many reviewers [pets-gem.com] as the "Cadillac of cat litter scoops." The DuraScoop is fine, but it's simply a run-of-the-mill scoop, with the only difference being that it is made of metal. Durability-wise, it's really strong - in a test, I banged that thing against hard concrete multiple times and it held up well with barely any dents.

My biggest issue with metal scoops is that they are unnecessarily heavy; if that isn't a concern of yours whatsoever, carry on with your metal scoop! The Litter-Lifter is, simply put, the most intelligently-designed cat litter scoop [youtube.com] I have found - you don't have to sift after scooping. And in terms of durability, I have been using the Litter-Lifter since March 2017 and it's still in great condition. That's approximately 3,640 scooping times with just a slightly bent side, and I scoop hard and fast without going easy on the scoop.

If there is indeed a better litter scoop out there, please do let me know. I used up my mostly imaginary litter scoop testing budget in 2017, but I can find some money for a scoop if it's highly-recommended by the Slickdeals community.

This is way too much poop and scoop talk,
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I've used this scooper since like 2009... still love it and it's holding up great! Good price for it.
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I have one for each box, best plastic scoop I've ever used.

I got in on a recent Petco litter deal that clumps so hard I had to get metal scoops, scared I'd break my Litter Lifter, this one sifts almost as well as the Litter Lifter. https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0...p_mb_pd_t2
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I use metal scoops over plastic since they break.
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I have one for each box, best plastic scoop I've ever used.

I got in on a recent Petco litter deal that clumps so hard I had to get metal scoops, scared I'd break my Litter Lifter, this one sifts almost as well as the Litter Lifter. https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0...p_mb_pd_t2
I picked up the DuraScoop which is more or less the same, and I've been using the Petco litter as well. After using cheap plastic scoops, it's great to use something that I don't have to worry breaking when I dig deep and the scoop itself is deep enough that it can filter a good amount of litter. Now if only there were some really slickdeals on litter. So Phresh is suitable but I hate the dust and having to actually go to the store to get it.
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I use metal scoops over plastic since they break.
This scoop is solid one piece heavyweight plastic, nothing like the run of the mill plastic scoops. And it really is more of a lifter than a scoop.
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I picked up the DuraScoop which is more or less the same, and I've been using the Petco litter as well. After using cheap plastic scoops, it's great to use something that I don't have to worry breaking when I dig deep and the scoop itself is deep enough that it can filter a good amount of litter. Now if only there were some really slickdeals on litter. So Phresh is suitable but I hate the dust and having to actually go to the store to get it.
Yeah that Petco is a bit dusty, I'm only using it for the catio box, (screened in porch).

I tried the durascoop, didn't like it, the one I linked has tines angled much more like the Litter Lifter.
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I use metal scoops over plastic since they break.
That's exactly what I used to think, and it's generally logical because metal is a stronger material than plastic. However, there are downsides to a metal scoop, and when I'm scooping litter, I want the task to be quick and easy.

Some of the plastic scoops I have used and tested did indeed break; two examples are the Van Ness Pureness Regular Litter Scoop [amazon.com] ($4.99; 4.2-star rating) and the Petmate Ultimate Litter Plastic Scoop 22972 [amazon.com] ($8.89; 4.1-star rating). The former's pan area fell apart, and the latter's handle completely snapped in half.

That led me to DuraScoop Jumbo Cat Litter Scoop [amazon.com] ($12.99; 4.8-star rating), which is an aluminum scoop described by many reviewers [pets-gem.com] as the "Cadillac of cat litter scoops." The DuraScoop is fine, but it's simply a run-of-the-mill scoop, with the only difference being that it is made of metal. Durability-wise, it's really strong - in a test, I banged that thing against hard concrete multiple times and it held up well with barely any dents.

My biggest issue with metal scoops is that they are unnecessarily heavy; if that isn't a concern of yours whatsoever, carry on with your metal scoop! The Litter-Lifter is, simply put, the most intelligently-designed cat litter scoop [youtube.com] I have found - you don't have to sift after scooping. And in terms of durability, I have been using the Litter-Lifter since March 2017 and it's still in great condition. That's approximately 3,640 scooping times with just a slightly bent side, and I scoop hard and fast without going easy on the scoop.

If there is indeed a better litter scoop out there, please do let me know. I used up my mostly imaginary litter scoop testing budget in 2017, but I can find some money for a scoop if it's highly-recommended by the Slickdeals community.

This is way too much poop and scoop talk,
Tofu Vic
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That's exactly what I used to think, and it's generally logical because metal is a stronger material than plastic. However, there are downsides to a metal scoop, and when I'm scooping litter, I want the task to be quick and easy.

Some of the plastic scoops I have used and tested did indeed break; two examples are the Van Ness Pureness Regular Litter Scoop [amazon.com] ($4.99; 4.2-star rating) and the Petmate Ultimate Litter Plastic Scoop 22972 [amazon.com] ($8.89; 4.1-star rating). The former's pan area fell apart, and the latter's handle completely snapped in half.

That led me to DuraScoop Jumbo Cat Litter Scoop [amazon.com] ($12.99; 4.8-star rating), which is an aluminum scoop described by many reviewers [pets-gem.com] as the "Cadillac of cat litter scoops." The DuraScoop is fine, but it's simply a run-of-the-mill scoop, with the only difference being that it is made of metal. Durability-wise, it's really strong - in a test, I banged that thing against hard concrete multiple times and it held up well with barely any dents.

My biggest issue with metal scoops is that they are unnecessarily heavy; if that isn't a concern of yours whatsoever, carry on with your metal scoop! The Litter-Lifter is, simply put, the most intelligently-designed cat litter scoop [youtube.com] I have found - you don't have to sift after scooping. And in terms of durability, I have been using the Litter-Lifter since March 2017 and it's still in great condition. That's approximately 3,640 scooping times with just a slightly bent side, and I scoop hard and fast without going easy on the scoop.

If there is indeed a better litter scoop out there, please do let me know. I used up my mostly imaginary litter scoop testing budget in 2017, but I can find some money for a scoop if it's highly-recommended by the Slickdeals community.

This is way too much poop and scoop talk,
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Nope never to much poop scoop talk! Seriously though, I gotta agree the Litter Lifter is probably the best thing going. If they made exactly it in metal the company would probably go under as it'd be nigh well indestructible.
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Not to TC and this seems like a great deal but I have this scoop and it has made this chore much more manageable btw roughly triple the price as this one.
DuraScoop Jumbo Cat Litter Scoop, All Metal End-to-End with Solid Core, Sifter with Deep Shovel, Multi-Cat Tested Accept No Substitute for the Original (colors may vary) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001DCA...YAbVDM1MA9
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I've used this scooper since like 2009... still love it and it's holding up great! Good price for it.
was about to get 2 of these but 1 seems fine if durability is as you say.
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That's exactly what I used to think, and it's generally logical because metal is a stronger material than plastic. However, there are downsides to a metal scoop, and when I'm scooping litter, I want the task to be quick and easy.

Some of the plastic scoops I have used and tested did indeed break; two examples are the Van Ness Pureness Regular Litter Scoop [amazon.com] ($4.99; 4.2-star rating) and the Petmate Ultimate Litter Plastic Scoop 22972 [amazon.com] ($8.89; 4.1-star rating). The former's pan area fell apart, and the latter's handle completely snapped in half.

That led me to DuraScoop Jumbo Cat Litter Scoop [amazon.com] ($12.99; 4.8-star rating), which is an aluminum scoop described by many reviewers [pets-gem.com] as the "Cadillac of cat litter scoops." The DuraScoop is fine, but it's simply a run-of-the-mill scoop, with the only difference being that it is made of metal. Durability-wise, it's really strong - in a test, I banged that thing against hard concrete multiple times and it held up well with barely any dents.

My biggest issue with metal scoops is that they are unnecessarily heavy; if that isn't a concern of yours whatsoever, carry on with your metal scoop! The Litter-Lifter is, simply put, the most intelligently-designed cat litter scoop [youtube.com] I have found - you don't have to sift after scooping. And in terms of durability, I have been using the Litter-Lifter since March 2017 and it's still in great condition. That's approximately 3,640 scooping times with just a slightly bent side, and I scoop hard and fast without going easy on the scoop.

If there is indeed a better litter scoop out there, please do let me know. I used up my mostly imaginary litter scoop testing budget in 2017, but I can find some money for a scoop if it's highly-recommended by the Slickdeals community.

This is way too much poop and scoop talk,
Tofu Vic
I'm buying 2 on your recommendation and review. I actually have been using this metal one [chewy.com] that has a similar sifting design, but is metal. It's been working fine, but it is heavier and more expensive. I have 4 litter boxes so this lets me have one in each area for less money.
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I'm buying 2 on your recommendation and review. I actually have been using this metal one [chewy.com] that has a similar sifting design, but is metal. It's been working fine, but it is heavier and more expensive. I have 4 litter boxes so this lets me have one in each area for less money.
I have eying the iPrimio, but kind of figured it'd be similar to the DuraScoop I mentioned because they're both aluminum. Please let me know what you think of the Litter-Lifter in comparison to the iPrimio, if you have time. I hope it works out for you!

Thank you,
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