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Elite Super Selective Catmate Door, White

4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
RRP: 99.95
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  • Entry and exit operated by unique electronic i.d. discs (2 supplied) for up to 9 cats - keeps all other animals out.
  • Individual entry and exit control.
  • Lcd display shows selected entry and exit lock status, cat location and time since flap last used for up to 3 selected cats. low battery indicator. requires 4 x aa batteries (not included) which will give approximately 12 months operation.
  • Timer function controls access for all your cats, e.g. to keep cats in at night.
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Technical Details
Pet TypeCat
Item Weight454 g
Product Dimensions24.8 x 8.9 x 26.7 cm
Item model number305W
Weight455 grams
Number of Items1
Batteries RequiredYes
Batteries IncludedNo
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 1,620 in Pet Supplies (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.7 Kg
Date First Available4 Jun 2008
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Catmate Door Elite Super Selective White

Product Description

The Pet mate Elite Super Selective Cat Flap includes 2 electronic ID discs, with capacity for up to 8 unique discs in total, to control entry and exit through the flap, keeping all other animals out. Its 4-way locking mechanism's LCD display shows selected entry and exit lock status (Unlocked, In Only, Out Only, Locked), Cat loCation and time since the flap was last used for up to 3 selected Cats, as well as a low battery indiCator. A timer function controls access for all your Cats also; for example, to keep all your Cats in the house at night. Self-lining up to 5cm thick, the flap is ideal for all single/double glazing and any panel 0-5cm thick, as well as wall installation using a separate wall liner (not included). The flap's silent action will not frighten pets or disturb their owners. The transparent, magnetically closing flap is preferred by most Cats, and the flap is draft and weatherproof. Measures 24.8cm wide x 26.5cm high, cut out size 16.6cm wide x 19.2cm high or 22.9cm diameter for circular cut out.

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34 of 34 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Does the job 5 April 2009
We've had this catflap installed for over a year. We got it because of neighbouring cats continually entering the house - the infrared types seem to have very heavy attachments for the cat to wear.
It's absolutely fine, does the job, 2 cats who come to stay sometimes have their own discs and use it happily too.
Only reason for less than 5 stars is that it's very fiddly indeed to set. Why not have the setting button on the outside where one can get at it easily? But with careful reading of the instructions it can be done.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Best cat flap I've had so far 21 Dec 2010
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The cat flap actually does the job. It beats the staywell infrared and magnetic flap into a cocked hat. It's robust. It keeps stray cats out, and there are numerous options for keeping certain cats in (or out) at certain times of the day. It's a clever well built piece of kit.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Had this for 2 yrs now 2 May 2012
By Nigel W
With two cats originally and now 4, this cat flap gets a good workout and has been great at preventing unwanted 'visitors' coming in and freaking out my cats.
I did have a small problem with the latching mechanism while still under guarantee, but staywell customer services were brilliant and sent me a new cat flap straight away. Helpful that they did this without wanting the old one returned first as this leaves a gaping hole in your door!
In operation the latch is a but noisy but it's only an electric motor whirring for a fraction of a second to drive the locking pins down.
My cats took a while to get used to the fact that there is a small magnet on the bottom of the clear window that needs to move slightly (by cat pushing against the door slightly with either a paw or a nose) to energise the RF ID unlocking circuitry.
I like the fact that I can restrict certain cats to 'in only' or schedule set times for in and out, the programming takes a while to get into your head but once you've studied the instruction book while on your hands and knees for 10 minutes it becomes easier!
NI-Mh rechargeable batteries last better than alkalines and are cost-effective, I get about 4 months out of a set if 2000mAh batteries before they need a recharge. Best to buy two sets of batteries so you can swap them without losing the codes if you do them quick.
As for the RF ID tags themselves, I have gone thought a few of them due to cats losing their collars. Sometimes you find them in the garden, sometimes not, but instead of paying 7 or 8 or even more for each new ID tag, I have a great tip for you that does work!
Go to a web company called [...] and order their 'key fob RFID Tag 125KHz' product code 000648.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Superb cat flap 13 Dec 2010
By Geoff
This is an excellent product that is very effective. The individually coded tags are not direction-sensitive and have a good range (unlike the magnet and infra-red ones), so they work reliably. It is great to set the times when the cat is able to enter or leave, particularly if you keep cats in at night. The display shows which cats are in the house.The battery life is very good. The catch is in the centre so the cats can't burst it open (ours could on a competing product). The programming is a bit complicated, but overall it is well recommended.
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23 of 27 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Elite Super Selective Cat Flap 24 Nov 2007
I purchased this cat flap a few months ago, it seemed the answers to my prayers with other cats coming in and eating my cat's food. We read the insructions, and continued to install the cat flap. To my great dissapointment, my cat is unable to use the flap. The instructions stated that the flap can be used with metal doors, but unfortunatley and many wasted hours this is not the case. The cat flap cannot be used with metal doors. We even cut extra 1/2 inch all around the cat flap and lined the door with plain wood. The flap has been a pure waste of money, the manufacturers have not been much help. The hole in my door is far too big to just put an ordinary flap in as the Super Selective is very big. I feel like getting in touch with Trading Standards, as this simply does not work. It has ruined a perfectly good door, and my cat is unable to go in and out when she wants to. A pure waste of money
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Cat or Flap - that is the question! 6 April 2009
By P. Bean
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Yep it's a catflap and after waiting ages for it we eventually took delivery and got it all fitted without a problem, well no technical problems anyway.

Description said 'silent operation' maybe the person that stated it was deaf, it's hardly silent, but it isn't overly loud. Testing it proved all was working, and it still is, well it is if tested with the spare RF tag. It's been in now for well over 2 weeks and I have yet to convince the cat that it works, if switched off training mode the flap doesn't seem sensitive enough to detect that the cat is close by and remove the lock, or at least not quickly enough for our cat. To be fair she is particularly timid and I think it is more down to her than the flap, so for now it remains in training mode. I did test both RF tags before fitting one to the cat. We went for this particular flap because the key (RF Tag) doesn't need changing so no need to stress the cat again so long as we don't reset the flap!

When I saw this flap I thought it was the answer to our prayers, so far it's proven an expensive folly. Hopefully I'll be able to get the cat to use it with the lock engaged! The jury is still out on this.

On the plus side it seems far better built and thought out than the Staywell infra red flap it replaced, and at least we will be able to see when the batteries are near exhasted. It also remembers settings when the batteries are changed, so no messing around catching the cat to re-program. An added bonus is the draught proofing seems very good.

Maybe all we need now is a new cat that can work out how to use it!


We've had this flap in now for well over a year and still no joy enticing the cat to use it with the key, so it remains in training mode - an expensive item to use as a basic catflap. If you have a very timid cat I'd recommend not buying it.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Does work well
Quite an easy fit with only minor changes after removal of my old manual cat flap.

This is a superb product and not to bad to program your requirements. Read more
Published 1 month ago by patrick miles
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing!
By far the Best Cat flap you can buy and i have had just about every one! Wipes the floor with staywell who i havnt had a security catflap that actually works! Read more
Published 2 months ago by Dan Brearley
5.0 out of 5 stars Durable Cat Flap
I installed this ~2 years ago to replace the last in a series of Staywell infra-red operated flaps. I bought this because I was dreading having to pay out for yet another Staywell,... Read more
Published 4 months ago by HoHum
4.0 out of 5 stars A solid cat flap - could be a great product with a bit more design and...
The build quality is high and noticeably more solid than our previous cat flap (the Staywell Petsafe Infra-Red, which is a reasonable choice if your cats need a wall tunnel. Read more
Published 5 months ago by Mr. R. J. Jepps
4.0 out of 5 stars Keep the kitten in !
Allows the older cat to go out but keeps the new kitten in (until the dreaded op). Only two more months.
Published 6 months ago by Michael Snow.
5.0 out of 5 stars Expensive but worth every penny
I have just had to replace this due to the postman breaking it trying to shove mail though it and yes I wish I could prove it. What can I say about this cat flap?

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Published 7 months ago by Rick
5.0 out of 5 stars Why didnt we buy one sooner
Best thing we have ever brought. Make out life more easier and feel happier now that the cats can now access the home when we are not there to let them in. Read more
Published 8 months ago by Boopster
3.0 out of 5 stars One cat uses as basic cat flap
We have had this for 2 weeks now. Our timid cat that only goes outside for 5 mins at a time seems to use it fine when he chooses. Read more
Published 9 months ago by KT
5.0 out of 5 stars Fab flap
we had a colour coded collar flap which both of my cats took at least 6 clicks to enter the house due to the noise it made. This one is fab!! Read more
Published 9 months ago by susan luke
3.0 out of 5 stars OK for some cats and not others
I have two cats. My older one was scared of the noise it makes and couldn't get the hang of going out because she'd been used to a microchip door which was quiet. Read more
Published 9 months ago by Midge
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