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Works great - Lida,

This light is great and reminds my girls to get inside before the door closes. Great purchase.
Review for: Coop Light - Automatic Chicken Coop Door

Perfect fit - Pam,

Used it to install the Omlet door over hardware cloth on a very small coop.East, good fit.
Review for: Autodoor Attachment Kit for Traditional Chicken Mesh

The reviewer has 2-4 pets

It has changed my life! - Ruth,

The automatic chicken coop door has changed my life. My hens can get up themselves and not wait for me to appear bleary eyed and them champing at the bit to be allowed out. It has also allowed me the freedom of being away from home for the day or even a few days, which is a revelation and so freeing. Thank you so much for bringing it bto my attention with a mailshot.\ Ruth
Review for: Automatic Chicken Coop Door - Green

The reviewer has 4-6 Red Sussex and cream pets

omlet autodoor - Irene,

I bought this and am pleased with both the item and the excellent customer service. they are easy to contact by telephone and will talk you through any problems you have ,or any small thing you do not understand. excellent
Review for: Automatic Chicken Coop Door with Coop Light - Grey

The reviewer has 8-10 pets

Great Except For One Unfortunate Control Box Decision - Clark, Texas,

I bought this door with the attachment kit for my Eglu Cube Mk I. Install went great. I live in Texas so my chickens like to stick their heads out of the door at night for some fresh air, and the blockage sensor works perfectly.. so much so that it is too gentle to encourage them to stop doing that. I don’t want to murder them, but if it could just .. strangle them a little, that would be better. As is, sometimes the ladies will just sit there and get smacked by the door three or four times until the door gives up and stays open and I have to manually remove the birds. Thankfully, they’ve mostly learned not to do this anymore. I just wish the door would offer a setting so I can specify how many times I’d like it to retry closing until it gives up. If I want it to keep trying until the battery dies, I should be able to specify that and it should do it. This is basically the crux of my problem with the door, the control box sucks. My main issue with the control box is that when you’re operating on light sensing mode, when it reaches the desired light there is a 20 minute delay before it actually opens by default. It is programmed in such that you cannot change it. There is a delay function you can use which will ADD TIME to the already too long 20 minutes, but you cannot reduce it below that. I understand why they did this. It’s because they want to be sure that the light being perceived by the sensor is true and not just an anomaly such as a torch/flashlight so it doesn’t accidentally open in the middle of the night. I get that, but instituting a 20 minute delay that is impossible to alter is an absolutely boneheaded decision. 5 minutes would’ve been enough. 2 minutes probably would’ve been enough. If you absolutely must protect customers from their own stupidity, which I also understand, make it a function you can change but put it behind a “Are you sure?” and then an “Are you REALLY sure?” prompt. To make an arbitrary and very long mandatory waiting period like this which is hard coded into the unit is just terrible design, period. I like everything else about the door, but I wish they would give me the freedom to use the door I bought the way I want to. In the programming instructions it talks about setting the door to open at dawn. That cannot be done ever. You know why? Because 20 minutes after the sensor first detects a light level over 1 is NO LONGER DAWN. I gave this 2 stars because I like the actual door itself so much in spite of the awful programming. Truly, the programming alone deserves 1 star, but I just love the rest of it so much I had to give it another. It could be so great, but it isn’t. Why, Omlet?
Review for: Automatic Chicken Coop Door with Coop Light - Green

The reviewer has 10+ Sapphire Gem, Buff O pets

Omlet Says: Hi Clark, Thank you for taking the time to share your feedback. Omlet is continually researching, developing and improving products to enhance pet ownership for both the pet and the pet parent. Your review has been passed on to our product design team who will review the information you have provided and get in touch with you if they have any questions. Yours, The Omlet Customer Services team

Coop Light - Carolyn, Tennessee,

I bought this for a new coop and run for some (6) young Buff Orpingtons. I have never used a light before. I hope this will help them get situated in the coop at night on the roosts.
Review for: Automatic Chicken Coop Door with Coop Light - Grey

The reviewer has 4-6 Buff Orpington pets

best investment for your coop - Stacy,

I absolutely love this door. Simple to install, and simple controls to set up for the controller. I will def get another in the future. I never know when i will get home feom work to close up the coop. Now they are out at sunup and shut in safe at sundown
Review for: Automatic Chicken Coop Door - Grey

The reviewer has 10+ jersey giants and ci pets

Fantastic so far! - Zach,

We love our new automatic door! Fit great on our wooden coop and has worked great so far! It’s been a month with no issues whatsoever.
Review for: Automatic Chicken Coop Door - Grey

The reviewer has 4-6 pets

Works great, easy to install - Vicki, Pennsylvania,

Very easy to install.
Review for: Mounting Bracket for Autodoor Control Panel - Eglu Cube Mk2

The reviewer has 2-4 pets

Works wonderfully! - Vicki, Pennsylvania,

Now I don't have to drag myself out of bed to let the girls into their run. It's a very solid door; gives me peace of mind against predators.
Review for: Automatic Chicken Coop Door with Coop Light - Green

The reviewer has 2-4 pets

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