Summer is a time for outdoor barbeques and chilling with some friends – though there are always a few “friends” that are not invited to this barbeque, namely mosquitos and flies. These little bloodsuckers and biters can spoil a barbeque with everyone clapping and scratching away. Even worse is when you are trying to sleep and there are mosquitos all over the place.
You can get a bug spray and spray away, but then you risk the chance of those chemicals getting onto your food, and that is no fun either. Or even causing some people to sneeze and have a mild asthma attack.
So what’s the solution? Electronic bug zappers! They use little electricity, so no breaking the bank and no more harsh dangerous chemicals needed to get rid of these bugs.
You can get different designs for every occasion, whether it is for indoor or outdoor usage or even when you are out camping. You might even consider getting one for the outside and the inside of your home, increasing your chances of fighting off the bugs.
We will be looking at three types of bug zappers on the market and help to decide which one will do the trick for you.
Here they are!
This bug zapper emits a 365nm wavelength, which is irresistible for mosquitos and other flying insects. They are attracted to it, but as soon as they reach it, they are zapped. This is one of the strongest insect zappers on the market.
You no longer need to use harmful chemicals to kill the bugs that pester you. Just put the LiBa zapper in a high flying zone for bugs and they will be attracted to the light and zapped. The chain makes for easy hanging, or you can just put it on a flat surface. Gone, no more bugs! It’s perfect to use in any indoor environment as well, even at hospitals, workplace areas, and restaurants.
The electronic grid is protected by a cage wire risking the chance of you yourself getting zapped. Each morning you can simply remove the tray for the dead insects and clean it. That is basically the only regular maintenance that is needed on this zapper. Any other maintenance is when it is time to replace the light bulb – two of them are included when you purchase it.
Even though this lantern is small it packs one hell of a punch, has a 1 acre killing radius you are sure to be sure that it will kill a lot of bugs. Mosquitos, flies and other flying insects cannot resist the high intensity of the ultraviolet light. It works great for the outdoors. Putting it up some distance from your house you have a good chance of little to no more bugs in your home.
It has a rugged design and is waterproof as well and with the polycarbonate construction it will not rust, crack or fade. So it will endure most of Mother Nature’s weather. The grid is patented and non-clogging so minimizing flare ups when a bug gets stuck on the grid. The outer enclosure will prevent wildlife, pets and even kids getting hurt by the charged grid.
You have an option to add the Octenol attractant to lure in the mosquitos. The USDA tested the Octenol and saw that mosquitos were highly attracted to it so included in this purchase is a free 30day cartridge.
It is also super easy to replace the globe, no extra tools or equipment needed. The length of the cord is 9” long so you will need a plug close by.
So, you are camping, and you wish you had something to use for all the mosquitoes and flies that is easy to use and can take with you. Well, this Elucto electric fly swatter will be just the thing you need. Operated with 2 AA batteries, lightweight, and portable, this bug zapper is easy to take with you. It’s not just for camping – you can use it in and around your house as well.
With one quick swing, you can zap that pesky mosquito and it won’t be bothering you anymore. The design is very comfortable and easy to use. Swatting flies and mosquitoes has never been so satisfying – you don’t have the need for dangerous chemicals to kill them anymore.
The surface of the racket will self-clean, so no need for you to clean it after every usage. The operating button is on the handle. Simply press it, and as soon as the light is green, it is ready to be used. The power button on the handle is also a safety feature, so that little ones cannot get hurt by it.
Are you ready for some bug-tennis? A summer free of mosquitos and flies!
So we just had a look at three types of bug zappers for different situations: mobile, indoor, and outdoor use. You want to choose a zapper that can get the job done properly, and that will attract the bugs easily so that they can be zapped.
For outdoor use, the Flowtron Electronic insect killer will definitely get the job done over quite a large area. The ultraviolet light is irresistible to bugs. Any flying bug will be attracted to that light, so it’s likely best to put it some distance from your house. All the bugs will go to the light and you will be left with the minimum in your house.
How about for the bugs in the house? The LiBa Bug Zapper will be perfect. The light attracts mosquitoes and all other flying insects. You can either hang the zapper where there is usually a lot of bug traffic, or place it on a flat surface. The electronic grid is protected by a cage wiring so should you touch it by accident, you’ll be safe.
It can be used in hospitals and restaurants as well, so companies can use them as well, not just homeowners.
And then the Elucto fly swatter is there for the very few that are still flying around. After a swat or 2 they too will be gone. Lightweight and easy to manage, it is comfortable to use.
Nowadays, people rightly want to avoid using chemicals and harmful substances to get rid of bugs, as it is a health and environmental concern. Let’s face it – it is no fun when you have a barbeque and you need to spray bug repellant all over the place, causing everyone to sneeze. It’s always possible that some of the repellant will get on the food, leaving you with a terrible taste at the very least.
The obvious choice is to get a few of these bug zappers. They’re much less of a hassle to use and there are no health concerns for you. Enjoy your barbeque, camping trip, or comfy night inside and let the bug zappers do all the work for you. The next morning, you can just dispose of the bodies around these zappers.
We hope that this review has helped you decide which bug zapper is the best for you!
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