04/05/22 | Caroline

Joey and minne

Pleased with it in general but the problem I have is that they go out ok but as they push with paw, they don’t put head in tunnel to come in n so it’s not registering , they try to by pushing poor but it won’t open

10/13/21 | MagsT

Eats batteries

Very disappointed. It worked at first but now we have to change the Duracell batteries EVERY WEEK! Poor cat has been locked out all night on several occasions. Just cannot work out why it eats batteries so quickly. It was fine at first. We are even down to one cat since the summer and he sleeps all day too. Wish they'd made it dual function i e take the batteries out and it becomes a conventional cat flap but it doesn't.

03/07/21 | Sharon Needham

It reverted to open when locked

My year old cat has gone out in the night when flap should have been locked..Got up in the morning to find it had reset to opening for exit. I haven't seen him since and I am heartbroken.

10/29/20

Excellent product.

I read a lot of reviews before buying, and was a bit concerned that Rosie, quite a nervous pussy, would be scared by the click. When first installed I taped the flap open without batteries in the flap. When she had used it a few times I set it with the flap down and the catch taped down. Eventually I installed the batteries to activate the microchip reading function. Quite wary at first but after 2 weeks she now uses it without any fear. A quieter catch mechanism would be welcome.

03/02/20 | Mr Clive Hawkins

Is it really worth having ?

After 3 years parts failing and they expect you to change them and will not replace unit regardless of the times it breaks, after their warranty which is only 3 years, that does not warrant a reasonable time, as trading standards states, so an expensive item to only last 3 years max.

02/26/20 | originally published in zooplus.es

Cool

At first, the sound of the latch opening scared my cats, it took them almost a week to learn, but once they got used to it, they go in and out whenever they want. Very happy with the purchase!

01/31/20 | originally published in zooplus.fr

Perfect

I have been using this cat flap for 18 months, I have just changed the batteries for the first time (it is indoors on a door). Only one of my cats can pass and the other remains blocked. Exactly what i wanted! The chip reader works very well with the cat identification chip.

01/23/20

Cat hates it

Makes a loud noise whenever the lock opens scaring my cat. He wont use it. Poor.

12/06/19 | originally published in zooplus.be

Super practical

We traded our classic cat flap for it because our neighbour's cat spent its time with us. Super simple installation - in the hole already made for our old cat flap. Very simple chip registration too. For the moment everything is working perfectly, the neighbour's cat remains outside and we are delighted.

11/26/19 | originally published in zooplus.fr

Very good quality product

Very good product. Our cat very easily pushes the door which closes well, the air does not pass.

10/27/19 | originally published in zooplus.es

Just what I needed

Thanks to this cat flap, the neighbour's cats do not get in and my cats feel safe inside the house without intruders

09/01/19 | originally published in zooplus.fr

The best of the best

It's great my cats can go out when they want and come in when they want! It even makes the cats in the neighbourhood jealous because it is a very elegant cat flap!

07/05/19 | originally published in zooplus.fr

Safe cat

thanks to this cat flap my cats feel safe at home. They are the only ones who can enter the house and find their kibble. they are more relaxed.....

06/26/19 | originally published in zooplus.fr

Excellent

Here is my feedback after 1 1/2 years of use. Learning was rapid despite the noise of the slightly disturbing click at the start. My little cat uses it 5 to 10 times a day and the batteries are still original. No chip recognition problem, no failure. Product that meets 100% of my expectations. Only regret: that there is no facial recognition to prevent it from entering with a prey :)

03/28/19 | originally published in zooplus.de

Super !!!

A great invention and a feeling of freedom for our cat. He can come and go as he likes. Programming was child's play and he is immediately in and out as if he had never done anything else. Can highly recommend the flap.

02/12/19

Big positive surprise

I was a little worried that, as it often happens with such devices, everything looks cool only in advertising. The flap has already been in use for 4 months and works great. We have taught our cat to use it literally in a few days. Now when we enter the door, it enters through the flap. I would recommend. Finally, I know that our kitty has a safe shelter and that I only feed her and not the neighbours.

01/15/19 | Dee

Works brilliantly

Set it up easily with my 2 cats . Just put some treats in the tunnel. Stops little Paddy from next door but one stealing my cats food. Sweet little cat but Greedy

01/11/19

Very good

Easy to instal, works as described. Our relatively small cats didn’t take long to learn to use it. It does click so if you have a cat who objects to snappy / clicking noises it might be an issue, but ours will sit next to us while we use power tools so it was no problem for them. Best of all, the big bad bully cat who kept coming in and terrorising ours is now kept out. Highly recommended.

12/13/18 | sophie Ride

VIP entrance!

With the price of this product I wanted to give it 6 months before reviewing.This has been such a great purchase!! It gives the cats their daytime freedom and they enjoy going through the the tunnel.I am happy as I know that nothing else can come in the house without the chip opening the door and the draft excluder on it is perfect at keeping the cold out. I've used 3 tunnel add ons for this on my back house wall and it's fine.The click people speak of is not an issue for my two cats (3yrs old)

12/07/18 | originally published in zooplus.hu

Perfect

It works perfectly well, he learned to use it in a few days. If you want to use it without a chip: insert a battery, press a button, the lock will open. The battery must then be removed