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Sureflap Microchip Cat Flap @ amazon deal of the day - £42.99
Sureflap Microchip Cat Flap @ amazon deal of the day - £42.99

Sureflap Microchip Cat Flap @ amazon deal of the day - £42.99

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I bought on of these 4 years ago, still going strong.

other cats have tried to get in, but they fail.

black or white options, the cat can be any colour.

Works with your cat's existing microchip to keep out intruder cats and wildlife
Compatible with 9, 10 and 15 digit microchips
No collar or tag is required to operate the SureFlap, which can get lost or snagged
Runs off 4 AA batteries which last up to a year with normal use
Includes 4-way manual lock for controlled entry and exit

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Have been looking at these for a while and this does seem like a good price. Just seems ridiculous that they charge twice this for one with a simple digital timer.

these are great, just make sure you buy lithium ion batteries for it and they last all year

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chrisnoon74

these are great, just make sure you buy lithium ion batteries for it and … these are great, just make sure you buy lithium ion batteries for it and they last all year


I've had mine for 4 years, and have replaced the batteries (duracell) twice.

Excellent product - amazing price

Be careful with these.

I'm sure I heard my wife telling a neighbour that a large ginger Tom entered her flap the other night!

I had one of these for a year until a local tom worked out he could pull the flap open from the outside. I emailed Sureflap and they sent me the Dualscan version free of charge. It scans going in and out, so the flap can't be pulled open. Excellent customer service, but I'd recommend getting the Dualscan rather than this model

I'd like to get one of these as I have two cats - one is extremely sociable and will go up to anybody and the other is a bit wary of strangers. The problem is that the sociable cat keeps having her collar removed (it happens too often to be lost playing, etc). I've spent quite a bit of money on collars and engraved name disks and address barrels. After having her latest new collar removed the day after I bought it, I think that I'm going to give up now (she is microchipped but I'd still like her to wear a collar so that people realise that she is not a stray). I actually think it is one of the neighbours as last year they said that their dog didn't like the sound of the bell on the collar - because the cat apparently sits on their lap when they are outside, I think it is them. My cat also has a habit of bringing in presents - live (usually) frogs, slow worms, mice and birds - she managed to drag in a fully grown pigeon through the catflap a couple of weeks ago, which was horrible. I suppose if the collar was left on at least the birds would have a chance to get away if they heard the bell!

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Sophiasky

I'd like to get one of these as I have two cats - one is extremely … I'd like to get one of these as I have two cats - one is extremely sociable and will go up to anybody and the other is a bit wary of strangers. The problem is that the sociable cat keeps having her collar removed (it happens too often to be lost playing, etc). I've spent quite a bit of money on collars and engraved name disks and address barrels. After having her latest new collar removed the day after I bought it, I think that I'm going to give up now (she is microchipped but I'd still like her to wear a collar so that people realise that she is not a stray). I actually think it is one of the neighbours as last year they said that their dog didn't like the sound of the bell on the collar - because the cat apparently sits on their lap when they are outside, I think it is them. My cat also has a habit of bringing in presents - live (usually) frogs, slow worms, mice and birds - she managed to drag in a fully grown pigeon through the catflap a couple of weeks ago, which was horrible. I suppose if the collar was left on at least the birds would have a chance to get away if they heard the bell!



We had the same thing with our cats, we tried collars, and they both always managed to remove them (or just pull off the magnetic bit, and get stuck outside)
we also saw our cat bring in a teaspoon that was stuck to the magnet!
neither of the cats have collars now, and it has worked out fine.

I currently have some tom cat spraying and entering our porch and eating my cats food. we have a magnet ...so i have been looking at these. Other than the ambidextrous cat using its little paws to get in, this seems the only answer to my problem. So tyvm for this post.

Amazing catflap. I got mine 2 years ago and extended it with 6 sureflap tunnel extensions to go throught the wall rather than door.

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Great price. I'm looking for a good deal on the Sureflap Pet Door at the moment as the cat flap they make is a bit too small for one of my big cats.

I have the Dual Scan model and it's great. We have two cats and need to be able to stop one from going out if they're going to the vet (since these have a manual dial to turn to lock it completely - not per cat). The Dual Scan model scans from both sides so you can deactivate the cat lucky enough to be visiting the vet

Battery-wise we normally get 6 months on Duracells, but ours is scanning both ways, we have two cats, and they have a habit of sitting there with their heads poking into the window.

great cat flaps, brought one a few mths ago for ours as we had visitors and it works a charm.

backinstock

Be careful with these.I'm sure I heard my wife telling a neighbour that a … Be careful with these.I'm sure I heard my wife telling a neighbour that a large ginger Tom entered her flap the other night!



Good afternoon all from ginger Tom, just one question regarding this;

"Includes 4-way manual lock for controlled entry and exit," my cat isn't clever enough to operate things manually, hence I will have to pass on this.

would highly recommend this and we just changed the batteries today for the 1st time since we bought it a year ago.

Definitely worth the money. We had one for four year and when it stopped working they sent free replacement parts to try fix it before sending a free replacement cat flap. Absolutely superb product and company. Wouldn't hesitate to recommend them!!

I use low self-discharge rechargeables in mine. They work perfectly well, the only trouble being the poorly-designed battery level detection which results in the LED flashing for 6 months. I wish they'd fix that, because it's both cheaper and more environmentally friendly than using disposable batteries.
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