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Sureflap Microchip Cat Flap

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  • 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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Technical Details
Pet TypeCat
Item Weight907 g
Product Dimensions21 x 10.2 x 21 cm
Batteries:4 AA batteries required.
Item model numberMicrochip Cat Door- White
Weight905 Grams
Quantity1
Batteries RequiredYes
Batteries IncludedNo
  
Additional Information
ASINB003EGIM3O
Best Sellers Rank 12 in Pet Supplies (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.3 Kg
Date First Available28 Mar. 2009
  
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Product Description

The SureFlap Microchip Cat Flap identifies your cat by using its existing unique identification microchip, unlocking only for your cat and leaving the neighbour's cat at the door. There is no need for a collar and tag to operate the SureFlap, which can sometimes get lost or snagged. The SureFlap is a selective entry cat flap - it prevents unwanted cats and animals entering the home, but any cat can leave. The SureFlap has a 4-way manual lock that can be used to lock your cat inside for vet visits or to keep your cat in at night. The 4-way manual lock enables locking to any combination of in/out. The SureFlap is programmed at the touch of a button and its two part construction can be easily installed in doors, windows and walls. A SureFlap Mounting Adaptor is required for glass installations and one or more SureFlap Tunnel Extenders may be required for wall installations. The SureFlap is battery powered using 4 AA batteries which last up to a year with normal use. When the batteries start to run low, an indicator light will flash. SureFlap is suitable for multi-cat households as it can store up to 32 cats in its memory. SureFlap is compatible with 9, 10 and 15 digit microchips (except those staring with 000, 010 or 020). The SureFlap has a 4-way manual lock to enable locking to any combination of in/out and a central magnet on the door prevents it from flapping in the wind. Install a SureFlap Microchip Cat Flap for peace of mind, knowing that your cat can no longer be bullied in her own home by the neighbour's cat. Your home becomes a secure environment for your pet, leading to a more relaxed animal. The dimensions of the flap are 142mm (W) x 120mm (H). This is the smallest area your cat will have to pass through.

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768 of 781 people found the following review helpful By CodeMonkey on 4 Oct. 2009
We didn't purchase our SureFlap through Amazon, but rather directly from the main site.
Both our cats were chipped at an early age and have always used a catflap, however we were having frequent problems with neighbourhood tomcats intruding and spraying during the day and night.
Unfortunately one of our cats was not picked up by the chip scanner. We discussed this over email with the MD of sureflap who was incredibly helpful, going so far as to personally visit us to check the fitted catflap. Although he'd brought a replacement catflap with him in case ours was faulty, we discovered that the chip had slipped position in the cat thus meaning that it was not recognised appropriately by the flap.
Sureflap's MD had brought extra chips with him together with some small containers that would fit on a cat's collar. We now use one of these for the cat with the non-functioning chip and everything works as hoped for.
We would buy another one of these if required without hesitation. Well worth the money - our cats are much more relaxed as they can see neighbourhood cats trying and failing to get in. A genius product made by a company who actually understand the value of customer service.
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279 of 291 people found the following review helpful By H. Wright on 22 Sept. 2010
Finally we no longer have next doors ginger tom invading our space. This cat flap is brilliant, I was dubious at spending so much money on a cat flap I will admit but my poor cat was being terrified by the neighbours cat so something had to be done. It was delivered quickly, it was very simple to put in place, the tricky part was trying to get my little darling through the flap so it would register her chip, but after 25 minutes and a lots of treats we were there and after lots of sniffing and the occasional jump at the flap clicking shut she is using it like its always been there and no longer do we have uninvited visitors which has made her much more relaxed and a generally much happier cat. One thing I was worried about was that sometimes when she is being chased she does come through the cat flap at quite a speed and I was worried it wouldn't register her chip in time but it does so if that is a fear for you don't worry.
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74 of 79 people found the following review helpful By Coffee on 5 Sept. 2011
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If you are skim reading reviews and simply want to know what I thought about the SureFlap, here is a break down :

PROS :
- Keeps out unwanted visitors by only recognising your pets (up to 32 of them)
- Easy for the SureFlap to learn your cat's microchip
- Runs on batteries, so it can be installed anywhere, it also includes a 'low battery level' indicator
- This model now has a brush seal for keeping out drafts
- Your cat does not have to wear a collar

CONS :
- Bit pricy, but worth every penny in the end.
- If your cat is fat (sorry, "large"), it may not fit through the cat flap. However a 40% larger flap is due out by the end of 2011 and may be worth the wait if this is your dilemma.
- Your cat may be spooked by the clicking sound of the lock, I would recommend always leaving the lock enabled however, even when the cat flap is taped open during the learning phase, this allows the cat to get used to the sound and to realise that it does not do it any harm.
- It does take time for them to learn to use the cat flap, some have said up to 2 weeks, be patient, don't give up.
- Requires a bit of effort on the cat's part to actually push its way through.
- An intruder cat can follow your cat through the cat trap if it is fast enough
- Slightly tricky to install, a templated cut-out would help with this
- Only reads the microchip one way, there is no option to activate it both ways, this would be a nice addition. Presently it is "By Design" to let anything out, just in case an intruder makes its way in.

TECHNICAL CONS :
- Your cat does need to be chipped to be able to use it, otherwise it is a pointless purchase.
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281 of 304 people found the following review helpful By J.Clark (surrey) on 27 Aug. 2010
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The idea for this product is brilliant, but unfortunatly I found this didn't work as good as I thought it might. It scanned and memorised my cats ok, but only let one of them in when in the normal mode and in all fairness to Sureflap customer support, they were very helpful in trying to put the problem right, quick on responding and sending me replacement units, ( i'm on my third now ).It seems like the problem is in the scanning area, as I watched my cats trying to get in,it seemed to work ok for the cat who "nosed" its way through the flap and as for my other cat who tended to use its paw to open the flap, it didn't work at all,he gave up trying eventually. Which makes me think that if the scanning range was slightly better over a wider area it would pick up cats who tended to stand slightly one sided to use their paw to try opening the flap and not getting in the range of the scanner. Maybe I've got an odd cat! I'm not sure but I hope that this review may help someone decide on getting one of these units or not, depending on how their cat try's to "nose or paw" their way through normal cat flaps.
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70 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Martin A on 15 Dec. 2011
My girlfriend and I had both tried magnetic catflaps and had decided that they were a marginal solution:

- The cat has to wear a collar and there are stories of cats getting their collars tangled in bushes and being unable to get free.

- Every now and then a cat would come home minus a collar (no idea how it lost it but it did).

- The mechanism of magnetic catflaps is at the margin of what can be operated by the weakish pull of a small magnet. (One would only work properly after I dismantled it, cleaned moulding flash off the parts and then reassembled it - probably not something your granny would find easy to do).

- The cats would sometimes come home with bits of iron - old nails etc - picked up by their magnets. These items would then jam the door.

- A big ownerless tomcat found he could force open the magnetic catlap. He would then terrify my girlfriend's cats, eat all their food, pee around the house and bugger off again.

A year or so ago, I bought a Sureflap catflap for my microchipped cat. She quickly learned to use it and it has been completely trouble free since then. Batteries seem to last forever - I have not kept a record but my guess is perhaps six months. I replace them when the voltage falls to 1.4 volts (rather than wait for the low-voltage warning to flash).

Its reliability means I can now leave my cat at home when I go away for the weekend and have no worries about her being trapped inside or shut out. (She much prefers staying at home to making a 1 hour trip to a place where there are other cats that don't like her.) It seems more robust than the magnetic catflap - no problems with other cats barging in.
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