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Reconditioned Litter-Robot III Open Air Connect - $399 FS

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Litter Robot has reconditioned (refurbished) Litter-Robot III Open Air Connects for $399. They come with the same 90 day trial & 18-month warranty as new, with an option to extend to 36-months. New Litter-Robot III Open Air Connect sells $499 regularly.

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No more, but thanks to poster.
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These things are awesome. Both my cat and I love it.
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Thanks! When I noticed they were available I tried to get a grey one.. but it was gone by the time I went to checkout. Got a beige one, and they all went pretty fast after that.
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These things are awesome. Both my cat and I love it.
I'm sure excited to set it up and see how well it works!
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I'm sure excited to set it up and see how well it works!
The transition for my cat was not easy. He was 19 at the time (now 21 and still hanging in there). I ended up building him a ramp and placing his familiar litter box at the same height as the LR. That didn't do the trick. He'd look at the LR and not want anything to do with it. So I made his old box more like the new one--took some wire coat hangers and bent them into a U-shape, used them to support a towel draped over the old box to make it look like the LR. Then I stopped cleaning the old box, and he started using the LR. Whew!

I found the ramp that LR sells to be crap. It's too light of a plastic and still more like steps. Mine is made out of some plywood and has a nice litter mat that gives it a nice look/texture.

Good luck! If you have transition issue, stick with it. It's so very, very worth it. I touch the LR twice a week. I use regular kitchen trash bags with draw strings. Empty it, put in a new bag, and pour in some new litter. It's a three-minute thing that has made a chore so much easier.
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The transition for my cat was not easy. He was 19 at the time (now 21 and still hanging in there). I ended up building him a ramp and placing his familiar litter box at the same height as the LR. That didn't do the trick. He'd look at the LR and not want anything to do with it. So I made his old box more like the new one--took some wire coat hangers and bent them into a U-shape, used them to support a towel draped over the old box to make it look like the LR. Then I stopped cleaning the old box, and he started using the LR. Whew!

I found the ramp that LR sells to be crap. It's too light of a plastic and still more like steps. Mine is made out of some plywood and has a nice litter mat that gives it a nice look/texture.

Good luck! If you have transition issue, stick with it. It's so very, very worth it. I touch the LR twice a week. I use regular kitchen trash bags with draw strings. Empty it, put in a new bag, and pour in some new litter. It's a three-minute thing that has made a chore so much easier.
Just got it today, and appreciate the advice. So far my 2 cats (both only a few years old) have just been sniffing it and watching it spin. I'll keep an eye on how they are and see if I need to incorporate any of the same techniques you did.
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