The Scoopwell Litter Scoop is the Ultimate Litter Scoop. It was designed by a veterinarian for a cleaner healthier litter box. It has two different sized stainless steel screens that doesn't leave small debris behind. The rubber handle helps to give a good grip, and the steel scraping edge helps to remove stuck-on waste.
This is a favorite scooper because it removes small debris which makes for a cleaner litter box.
The only negative is that the handle will break over a period of time. Mine held up for 5 years before the handle broke. Despite that I would buy this product over and over again.
All time BEST cat litter scoop by misterb from Honolulu05/31/2010
Best at picking up all clumps, large and small because of the screen. Best handle for comfort grip and durability. Best metal edge for scraping, So why on earth can't we find it for sale now! Help to locate please.
On the right path by Tina03/31/2008
I bought this and for the first couple of months it was great until the weight of the litter snapped the long handle in half. So I taped it back together and then the top of the scoop snapped off. Nice but not made to last very long.
scoopwell litter scooper by chrysilla watson04/19/2008
Best scooper ever except: mine broke also with the weight of the litter snapping the scoop off of the handle.
I'm surprised Drinkwell hasn't corrected this flaw design yet.
Best scooper but... by Topcat05/13/2010
I have been using the Scoopwell for several years now. Well, I should say "Scoopwells" (plural). They are, by far, the most effective scooper for removing all sizes of debris from the litter box. However, be prepared to keep buying them because the handles break. They break in the center and they break where they join the scoop part. It needs a metal rod in the handle and beefed up where it joins the scoop.
they "almost" got it right! by Sandi Summers11/03/2008
Best scoop ever! But, needs the smaller mesh grid
in the back of scoop, and larger mesh in front. Or,
even better, use a smaller mesh grid on the entire
scoop. They could make a new scoop, with the
smaller grid, and call it the "Sooper Scoopwell"!