Smart Control Pet Screen Door - Easy Installation, Easy to Use!

by Next Deal Shop
$25.99 compare at $42.99

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Description:

Let your pet come and go without bothering you with this Smart Control Pet Screen Door!

 

Main Features:
  • Fits All Door and Window Screen, BEST CHOICE to protect your pets from being hurt when you are closing the door
  • Transparent flap lets you and your pet see what's on the other side of the door
  • Made from durable ABS material; safe and eco-friendly
  • Knob-style lock with four Modes:
    • Open
    • Locked
    • Out Only (Your pet can exit but can't enter)
    • In Only (Your pet can enter but can't exit)

     

    Specification:

    Product Size Small
    - Flape Size: 15.5 x 15.25 cm / 6.1 x 6 inch
    - Frame Size: 19.8 x 18.8 cm / 7.8 x 7.4 inch
    Large
    - Flape Size: 19.05 x 17.8 cm / 7.5 x 7 inch
    - Frame Size:25.15 x 23.37 cm / 9.9 x 9.2 inch
    Product Weight Small
    270g/9.52oz
    Large
    490g/17.28oz
    Package Component 1 x Small Pet Screen Door
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    12/06/2017
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    Andrew Bell

    great product, just need to pay attention to the installation

    Our cat turned a small existing hole in our screen window overlooking our porch into a big hole in an attempt to get inside and away from a loud truck driving by. I was going to re-screen the window, but decided instead to get this pet door to install around the hole and make it his personal pet window. Installation was easy, though I put the door on backwards so the locks were on the outside. Once the door is attached it's locked in place and can't (or maybe can't easily) be removed again, so I put the screen back on the window backwards. This only works for us because we're on the second floor and it's an enclosed porch - because the screen locks are now on the outside, I wouldn't recommend this for a floor level fix. Just pay more attention than I did and make sure you have the door on correctly before hammering everything in place. I didn't have a mallet so I placed a folded towel over the frame and used a hammer gently. We haven't had any problems with him pushing at the locked door and loosening or removing it from the screen.

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