I bought one for 11$ it takes 2 aa batteries and looks like a
racketball racket. You push the button and hit bugs , some pop loud
and light up bright as they fry. It works great and even nocks down big
black 1" horse flies. A great mosketo killer even sitting on your couch.
I dont sell em, it is just a great toy that works.
Manual ones don`t get deer flies when you are out walking the dog and
dont kill bugs in flight, the popping and light show are worth the
price of entertainment, but it is cheaply made. Certain wooded areas I
had to avoid , one deer fly can ruin your outing, they don`t give up.
Sure they do. You just need a little more force, Start that exercise
program. Just send me $7.39 + $9.95 P&H I and will send you the training
swatter, and instructions for a program that is guaranteed to increase you
swatting power by 25% in only six weeks or you get your $7.39 back (less the
4.99 refund fee)
oh ya and its well worth it too. joseph included for FREE his 'faster
swatting in 2 minutes a day' video as well!! now i can knock em right out
of the air!! im still not sure why you have to take the pills rectally
OK Joe M will you take 17 bucks for the training manual and all.
But I still like the light show and popping those dam Deer flies make
when I hit them just right.
Last couple of nights mosketos are in my bedroom, tonight I bring in my
Zapper at my bed table. Mosketos only produce a faint glow as they Blow
apart but it is satisfaction and Confirmation, but your lesson Joe,
will help my technique, its all in the arm movement I guess.
email@example.com (m Ransley) wrote in message
We've bought a bunch for the cottage. They are really amazing and fun
to use. However we've noticed that after about 100 kills the bug
zapper seems to break down. Pressing the button no longer produces a
voltage, even if you change the batteries. The LED light on the
handle still lights up letting you know that the button is pressed
down, but you don't hear the high pitched whine that you normally do
when its charged up. I'm guessing the charge/quick sudden discharge
kills the capacitor or whatever electronics that it uses over time.
We've gone through about 4-5 of them in the past year. Everybody who
sees them loves the light show and the popping sounds of bugs getting
On 26 Aug 2004 07:20:43 -0700, jonny firstname.lastname@example.org (Jonny R)
I picked up a small version on Ebay in the form of a comb for nailing
fleas on my cats. Not spectaculr but effective. There's a little
"zapp" sound when a flea gets picked up and if you pull the comb up,
sometimes you can watch a mini arc light as the fles tries to jump
I don't know if the power is enough to kill them but it definitely
stuns them so I can drop them int he toilet or other fitting
Comb works perfectly well and unless you really try, you can't get
zapped by it.
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