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Interested in beta testing the Rover, reach out to us at info@cleyx.com for more information. Please inquire about our testing program.

No, only when semi-solid cream and sticks are used.

When cartridges are not used, the roller must face downward during
application to allow the media inside to freely flow to the roller. When a cartridge is used, the internal system allows the media within the cartridge to automatically push against the roller so the roller need not face downward.

Rover does not work well with liquids that have very low viscosity and media with the consistency of froth or whipped cream that won’t flow  with gravity. For pure liquids like cologne, a version of Rover will be released to ensure the device does not leak during application.

It is preferable to use Rover on parts of the body that are already dry, so water and dead skin are not trapped within the device.

Rover is very easy to open, simply undo the side latches at the top and pull the roller apparatus off to inspect the inside. Also, when cream or sticks are used and ready to be replaced, the roller will roll with very little friction letting you know that it is time for a refill.


Some media when they are nearly exhausted flatten into a packed layer which is harder to apply. You can use the provided scoop to stir this remainder so the roller can grab onto the media again. You can also use the spoon to transfer this remainder to a new cartridge or mix it in to the new media you are adding if it is a DIY job.

Yes, Rover was confirmed as TSA friendly during our travel tests. TSA however advised that when the cartridge system is used, it is preferable to take Rover out of your bag. This is because TSA is unfamiliar with the device and naturally curious about its internal system. Once the device is mainstream, this will no longer be needed.

Simply hold the sides or base of the stand and pull your Rover upward.

There are two sizes to fits different spectrum of hand sizes. The Slimfit , has a feminine design while the Svelte is more masculine.

Yes, Rover is for all age groups. In the future additional Rover designs will be released with branding specific to children so parents can buy them for the entire household. For now, the Slimfit is the best option for smaller hands.

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