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If you have the issue where you have unwanted cats in your house and your cat won't wear or looses their collar, then this is a great product. We tried others including the Staywell magnetic sensor one.

If you sign up to the newsletter on the website it automatically sends you a voucher code for £5.00 off your first order.

The voucher code is petclub5

Been looking around for the best price. Having looked around this is the cheapest. Even the manufacturers site is £79.99!!!

Note: You cat needs to have been microchipped, however any good cat owner would have anyway!!!!

New improved Sureflap Mk 5 - this is the latest model just launched in January 2011 with the following improvements:

Draught excluder strip – Draught excluder around the edge of the door helps prevent draughts.

Quieter & faster locking mechanism – Quieter lock mechanism is ideal for nervous cats and a shortened unlock period to eliminate the possibility of another cat tailgating. This feature ensures that the new Sureflap Mk 5 is more secure than ever.

Claw proof door – New Sureflap Mk 5 door design prevents intruder cats from pulling door open.

SureFlap cat flaps recognise the ID chip already implanted in your cat, allowing access to your pet and making unwanted visitors a thing of the past. Your home becomes a secure environment for your pet, leading to a happier, more relaxed animal.

No need for a collar or tag which can get lost or even worse caught on branches, etc.

SureFlap Operation:
Operation of SureFlap couldn’t be simpler. Once the unit is installed and the batteries put in place, the flap can be put into learn mode. The next time your cat passes through the flap, the unique ID code of its chip is put into memory. Now SureFlap unlocks whenever your cat wants to come into the house.

Multiple cats are no problem. Up to 32 cats can be programmed into the flap at the same time. Please note this flap is not suitable for large tubby cats! Please see the dimensions before deciding to purchase, if you are looking for a larger microchip cat flap then please take a look at the Pet Porte.

SureFlap Battery Life:
Typical battery life is greater than 6 months. A low battery indicator is provided to tell you when replacement batteries are needed. 4 x AA batteries needed, not included.
SureFlap Manual Lock

The 4-way manual lock allows you to lock the door in any combination of in/out. For example vet mode allows your cat to enter the house but keeps him inside for the next trip to the vet.
SureFlap Dimensions

Flap size:145mm x 130mm(5.7"x 5.1")

Overall size: 210mm x 210mm(8.3"x8.3")

To Install into a wood or PVC door please cut a hole 171mm (6.97") high x 165mm (6.73") wide

Glass Cut out Size 212mm (8.5"). A mounting adaptor is available if your cut out size is larger between 210mm (8.5") - 260mm (10.25")

Compatible with Microchip codes;

* 15 Digit (FDXB)
* 10 Digit (FDXA)
* 9 Digit (Avid Secure/Encrypted Chip)
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2 Likes #1
For 60 quid, I'll just feed the "unwanted" cats as well as my own.
#2
LongPockets
For 60 quid, I'll just feed the "unwanted" cats as well as my own.


Sure but if your cat gets stressed by cats being in its home and marking and you want to give it freedom to roam then this is great.
1 Like #3
Simon4151561
LongPockets
For 60 quid, I'll just feed the "unwanted" cats as well as my own.

Sure but if your cat gets stressed by cats being in its home and marking and you want to give it freedom to roam then this is great.

And if it stops the dam toms coming in and scenting your conservatory then it has to be well worth the money
1 Like #4
brilliant price... we keep getting this rogue cat sleeping under our bed and its a right mare to get him out . i have put in a magnetic catflat but if one of ours loses there magnet then they cant get in so this is a very viable option at this price and worth considering .
#5
Waste of time and money!! Cats always lose collars, so they won't be able to get inside. Just boot the backside of any unwanted moggies right out the front door and I guarantee they won't come back!!
2 Likes #6
Gball
Waste of time and money!! Cats always lose collars, so they won't be able to get inside. Just boot the backside of any unwanted moggies right out the front door and I guarantee they won't come back!!

It's activated by their microchip not their collar.
#7
Gball
Waste of time and money!! Cats always lose collars, so they won't be able to get inside. Just boot the backside of any unwanted moggies right out the front door and I guarantee they won't come back!!


It's microchip, thats the point!!!!
#8
Ah, ok, but you could still save £60 and just kick any intruding cats out the front door. My dad used to do that and then throw water over them, they didn't come back after that and it didn't do them any harm.
#9
I have the petporte, as mine had to go through a wall and I believe you can't do this with a Sureflap. Petporte is brilliant! Bit tricky to learn to use- lots of button pressing for different modes...but I only use 2 on a day to day basis and then it is easy as pie. I love that cat no longer has to wear a collar...and thus no risk of being caught on branches etc.
#10
How much does it cost to get a cat chipped?
2 Likes #11
At a glance I thought that was a **** coming through the flap. I then realised it was a cat, which is just as bad lol

DOGS RULE!!!! :p

Oww come on it blanks out "tur d". Cant even joke with silly words eh :)

Edited By: MattyPlant on Apr 02, 2011 13:36
3 Likes #12
I saw a dyslexic yorkshireman last night.He was wearing a cat flap...
1 Like #13
blowbrown
How much does it cost to get a cat chipped?


If you phone your vet they'll tell you, it's usually about £20.
2 Likes #14
I have one of these and it is well worth the money. We had a magnetic cat flap but a stray cat kept forcing the flap and terrorizing our cat, stealing food including our Sunday roast. It can not break in now, relief all round.
2 Likes #15
Got one of these & they work really well
#16
Dantecat
I have the petporte, as mine had to go through a wall and I believe you can't do this with a Sureflap. Petporte is brilliant! Bit tricky to learn to use- lots of button pressing for different modes...but I only use 2 on a day to day basis and then it is easy as pie. I love that cat no longer has to wear a collar...and thus no risk of being caught on branches etc.


Yes you can also get "Sureflap Tunnel Extender" 's to go through walls
#17
blowbrown
How much does it cost to get a cat chipped?


If you live near Huntingdon Cambridge, I believe Wood Green Animal Shelters do it at cost price £5 :-)
3 Likes #18
Multiple cats are no problem. Up to 32 cats can be programmed into the flap at the same time.


Shame it's only for 32 cats. Would be ideal otherwise. oO
5 Likes #19
How much does it cost to get a cat chipped?

Get one of these:
http://www.abbeygardensales.co.uk/webupload/ABBEYGAR/CUSTOM/CHIPPER/LARGE/gts1300_m.jpg
#20
DHaynes
Multiple cats are no problem. Up to 32 cats can be programmed into the flap at the same time.


Shame it's only for 32 cats. Would be ideal otherwise. oO


The "spinster" market is obviously very big these days. ;)
1 Like #21
Had one of these for a couple of years now. Works a treat and the batteries last much longer than the quoted 6 months. Never had a problem with it and usefullt it fits into the same hole and screw locations as Staywell catflaps. Hot.
#22
simonspeakeasy
How much does it cost to get a cat chipped?

Get one of these:
http://www.abbeygardensales.co.uk/webupload/ABBEYGAR/CUSTOM/CHIPPER/LARGE/gts1300_m.jpg

and a zapper to stun the smelly b******s before u put them in.
#23
PaganWolf
blowbrown
How much does it cost to get a cat chipped?

If you phone your vet they'll tell you, it's usually about £20.

The RSPCA do it cheaper...
6 Likes #24
If you don't like cats, then why look at deals that involve them? :3

Good price, Thanks Op. ;)
#25
i just found out that my 10 year old car is chipped lol
#26
I've got one of these and it doesn't work with my cat. Only detects her when shes half way through (i've had to stick lock down with tape). I've done all the troubleshooting but still won't work - And no before anyone points out its not a metal frame door and i've shut down all powered items in the area and it still doesn't work.

I guess if it works its a bargain - if it doesn't is a very expensive standard cat flap.
#27
cheesemp
I've got one of these and it doesn't work with my cat. Only detects her when shes half way through (i've had to stick lock down with tape). I've done all the troubleshooting but still won't work - And no before anyone points out its not a metal frame door and i've shut down all powered items in the area and it still doesn't work.

I guess if it works its a bargain - if it doesn't is a very expensive standard cat flap.


I had the same trouble, so I got a Petmate RF ID collar sensing cat flap from Amazon £53.50 delivered.
The cats find it much easier to work and it tells you on a digital panel who's in and who's out, timings, curfew option, etc. Really great for a gadget freak like myself.

Petmate RFID cat flap
#28
wirdy
cheesemp
I've got one of these and it doesn't work with my cat. Only detects her when shes half way through (i've had to stick lock down with tape). I've done all the troubleshooting but still won't work - And no before anyone points out its not a metal frame door and i've shut down all powered items in the area and it still doesn't work.

I guess if it works its a bargain - if it doesn't is a very expensive standard cat flap.


I had the same trouble, so I got a Petmate RF ID collar sensing cat flap from Amazon £53.50 delivered.
The cats find it much easier to work and it tells you on a digital panel who's in and who's out, timings, curfew option, etc. Really great for a gadget freak like myself.

[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2Fgp%2Fproduct%2FB001D6RSMS%2Fref%3Doss_product]Petmate RFID cat flap[/url]


Looks good if only I could persuade her to keep a collar on! Takes them off in hours!
#29
Lol, I was looking around for one of these and emailed some of the companies asking if they would withstand a brute force attack (huge Tom cat). Two of the biggest companies mentioned in this thread said yes - until I showed them the photo of my cat flap in pieces all over my floor- then they admitted it may not withstand that (neighbours thought it was burglars that smashed it in).

One thing I was told is that the battery ones are not quite as quick as the mains power ones, so if moggy was being pursued may not open quickly. Good to hear the positive comment on here though as living in a flat, mains power is not an option. Great find.
#30
Looks good and would solve our intruder problem. How quickly does it activate when the cat approaches, my cats sometimes come through the flap at about 100 mph, especially when the're getting chased?
#31
The discount code doesn't work for me - has it expired?

Would buy it otherwise.
2 Likes #32
If I fit this flap and don't program any microchips, then will it keep all cats out of my house?
#33
Seems cheap for the technology.

However we just throw our cat out at night and don't bother with a catflap. Don't think it would make a great deal of difference to be fair.
#34
alasrati
If I fit this flap and don't program any microchips, then will it keep all cats out of my house?


Im guessing you use the flap to feed your kids then.
1 Like #35
blowbrown
How much does it cost to get a cat chipped?
Theres a guy in my local who chips xbox's and wii's for a tenner, I'm guessing its a similar procedure so I'll ask him for you.
#36
PS, if you own a cat, your house stinks, and if you think it doesn't, you've just got used to it.
#37
womblenuggets
The discount code doesn't work for me - has it expired?

Would buy it otherwise.

It worked for me - Have you registered with\used them before? Perhaps you need to sign up fo newsletter as well.

Edited By: Simon4151561 on Apr 03, 2011 10:30: Update
#38
Cadzo
Looks good and would solve our intruder problem. How quickly does it activate when the cat approaches, my cats sometimes come through the flap at about 100 mph, especially when the're getting chased?


Shouldn't laugh at that mental image, but can't help myself... have CCTV aimed at your cat flap just in case..... LOL

I love my cat, honest!

Edited By: ChipSticks on Apr 03, 2011 12:23
1 Like #39
craigstephens
PS, if you own a cat, your house stinks, and if you think it doesn't, you've just got used to it.


And this is helpful to this offer because?

Seems a great product, not got cats myself but have some heat :)

Edited By: iluvabargain2011 on Apr 03, 2011 12:48
1 Like #40
dtovey89
alasrati
If I fit this flap and don't program any microchips, then will it keep all cats out of my house?

Im guessing you use the flap to feed your kids then.
Look, as I told the CSA, they are not my kids!

Edited By: alasrati on Apr 03, 2011 15:51

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