Petsafe microchip cat flap (battery) 50% off - £34.99 @ Amazon
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Petsafe microchip cat flap (battery) 50% off - £34.99 @ Amazon

£34.99£59.99 42% Amazon Deals
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Found 6th Dec
Product description
Product Description
PetSafe Microchip Cat Flap

The PetSafe Microchip Cat Flap is suitable for cats up to 8 kg. It enables you to give selected cats access whilst stray and intruder pets are kept outside.

The flap is activated by your cat’s programmed microchip which opens the dual latches automatically. Up to 40 microchips can be programmed into this cat flap.

You can also choose between 4 manual locking options. Unlike other microchip cat flaps, the four-way lock is located in the centre of the flap, which ensures maximum locking security. No mains power is needed - you simply use 4 AA batteries. The low battery indicator tells you when to replace them.

Another advantage of this cat flap is the additional freedom of movement your pet gains, benefitting them physically and mentally. Advanced insulation improvements provide increased energy efficiency and reduced draught in comparison to similar products.

Adapts easily to cut-out sizes for most Staywell and Petporte smartflap cat flaps. PetSafe Microchip Cat Flap is compatible with FDX-B (15 digits) microchips. Auto-tune technology prevents performance problems in metal core doors.

Measurements:

Overall dimensions: 220 mm (W) x 239 mm (H)
Flap dimensions: 146 mm (W) x 135 mm (H)
Cut-out dimensions: 168 mm (W) x 175 mm (H)
Glass cutout: 212 mm diameter
Tunnel depth: 75 mm
Important information:

4 locking options: in or out, in only, out only, fully locked
Operates with 4 AA batteries (not included)
Includes a 3-year warranty
If you have any questions please contact the PetSafe customer service team on 0800 046 1414.

Box Contains
1 x Microchip Cat Flap with fixed tunnel and draught excluder
Hardware
Quick Start Guide
Installation Template

Top comments

The wife got one for me, didn't even get me microchipped, not that I'd fit through it of course. It's the thought the counts, it's just she has the wrong thoughts.
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These are the best!

Brilliant price and well worth it if you have a few nosey moggies in your area.
Edited by: "Ginglemonkey" 6th Dec

The wife got one for me, didn't even get me microchipped, not that I'd fit through it of course. It's the thought the counts, it's just she has the wrong thoughts.

Thanks for posting, just what I needed

great price for this - have had no problems since we bought one a couple of years ago

Anybody tried these for chickens?

OB11 h, 9 m ago

Anybody tried these for chickens?


I've heard of microwave chicken, but microchipped? Is that really a thing?

After a host of intruders, got one of these and they're great. Only thing is they absolute eat batteries

tapi20 m ago

After a host of intruders, got one of these and they're great. Only thing …After a host of intruders, got one of these and they're great. Only thing is they absolute eat batteries


Check for trapper fur/dirt. I have a SureFlap, which I guess is similar.

The first lot of batteries went for a year and a bit. Then I went thru a phase of replacing batteries monthly. I read somewhere that fur can get caught around the opening and stop it from fully shutting.

Sure enough there was a few tiny clumps of fur, after removing them and giving the flap a general clean, my current batteries are at 12 months and counting.

OB12 h, 37 m ago

Anybody tried these for chickens?


no

Vini1 h, 37 m ago

Check for trapper fur/dirt. I have a SureFlap, which I guess is …Check for trapper fur/dirt. I have a SureFlap, which I guess is similar.The first lot of batteries went for a year and a bit. Then I went thru a phase of replacing batteries monthly. I read somewhere that fur can get caught around the opening and stop it from fully shutting.Sure enough there was a few tiny clumps of fur, after removing them and giving the flap a general clean, my current batteries are at 12 months and counting.



I have a SureFlap too, I use some decent Duracell (eneloop style) rechargeable which seem to last 4 months or so and been using the same set for years.

Shame it’s not bigger. My cat is way too large for this

Guys are these easy to put on or best of getting someone in to do it and if so how much would it cost in terms of labour

Fitted one of these cat flaps into our wood door a few months back, it works great and took the cat just over a month to learn how to use it and now she's flip flapping through it all day long.

My pussy is 5ft 5 and cant fit in one of these so i now keep her in the basement with pictures of the outside on the wall and change her litter daily.

I wonder if ticks are a problem in many parts of the UK? Back when we had a cat go in and out and he was always bringing some nasty wildlife back on his fur so such a flap wouldn't be too good for us...

I think we have an older model but works exactly the same. They are an absolute MUST for every cat owner. Our cat kept getting stressed as random/male cats kept coming in at night to eat her food (and probably try to bonk her). She would hide in the dining room, sat on a chair under the dinner table in pure fright.

As soon as we installed this she was back to a fun loving self.

How can we install this with a glass door as we have a conservatory?

What's the point in that? I have a cat flap (I don't own a cat) with a 50ft hole behind it for the stray peasants

bargains4us48 m ago

How can we install this with a glass door as we have a conservatory?


We had a new panel of toughened glass made to fit the door, with the hole precut. Cost about £140 and we fit the glass panel and cat flap ourselves.
Edited by: "Vini" 7th Dec

Any for dogs. Ours as about had it and the draft!!

RhamisSahibzada9 h, 6 m ago

Guys are these easy to put on or best of getting someone in to do it and …Guys are these easy to put on or best of getting someone in to do it and if so how much would it cost in terms of labour


Providing you are not putting into glass, these are very easy to install - there are some you tube vids available to give you an idea. You will need a jigsaw or multitool to cut the basic shape out and then there's two screws, so you need a screwdriver. If going into wood or plastic, should be a 30 minute job (less if you're really handy). I put one in a couple of weeks ago. Cat got the hang of it in a couple of days - the neighbours cats must think she has super powers as she comes and goes and yet when they try they get a bump to the head. Easy to program as well, again you tube vids show how to. At this price it's a brilliant purchase.

Vini3 h, 59 m ago

We had a new panel of toughened glass made to fit the door, with the hole …We had a new panel of toughened glass made to fit the door, with the hole precut. Cost about £140 and we fit the glass panel and cat flap ourselves.


Same here, been using a slightly older looking model of this for 4 years and across two different houses. You’ll need to pickup the two plastic covers they sell separately and a tube of silicon sealant as well. Great product though

Smart cats can get through these (because the chip is only checked in one direction).

I had the older version of this which was a pain in the arse to build and install, luckily it developed a fault and Petsafe replaced it with this one. I have 3 cats locally that were coming in before we had a microchip cat flap and this has stopped it all completely. This version is much easier to install and doesn't need mains battery. I have a timid 7kg cat and surprisingly he fits through it no issues, I was convinced he wouldn't when I first saw it. Amazing price at £34.99

benjefreys17 h, 43 m ago

My pussy is 5ft 5 and cant fit in one of these so i now keep her in the …My pussy is 5ft 5 and cant fit in one of these so i now keep her in the basement with pictures of the outside on the wall and change her litter daily.


5'5" must be the worlds biggest house cat....

michaelgallagher58917th Dec

Any for dogs. Ours as about had it and the draft!!


SureFlap make one for small dogs. I have a Sureflap dual scan for cats and it's excellent.

WaxMechaniK7th Dec

Shame it’s not bigger. My cat is way too large for this


SureFlap have a range of different cat flaps including one for large cats/small dogs. surepetcare.com/en-…ome There are lots of retailers or you can buy them direct from the company. I have a SureFlap dual scan cat flap because I need to keep my foster kittens in while my two cats can go in and out. It's excellent.

YippeeYiYo2 h, 10 m ago

SureFlap have a range of different cat flaps including one for large …SureFlap have a range of different cat flaps including one for large cats/small dogs. https://www.surepetcare.com/en-gb/home There are lots of retailers or you can buy them direct from the company. I have a SureFlap dual scan cat flap because I need to keep my foster kittens in while my two cats can go in and out. It's excellent.


Hey thanks yeh, I have my eyes on the larger SureFlap door, but I haven't taken the leap yet as its expensive, and will need to pay for a new panel on the door, plus labour, so overall could cost hundreds!
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