- Dimensiones del producto: 17,8 x 25,4 x 45,7 cm
- Pilas 2 AA (Tipo de pila necesaria)
- Número de modelo del producto: RZ02
- ASIN: B000H7CUSQ
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 29 de julio de 2015
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
Raqueta Zapper – eléctrico Bug matamoscas
- Electronic raqueta zapper será fácilmente matar todos los insectos voladores como mosquitos, moscas y gnats, sólo por saludando en ellos con la eléctrica matamoscas, etc. y, la electrónica Bug Zapper es lo suficientemente pequeño para llevar con usted, donde quiera que vaya
- Funciona con 2 pilas "AA (no incluidas)
- Botón de On/Off Pulse el botón para activar Net/botón de liberación para desactivar Net.
- Portable zapper
- Pequeño y ligero – ideal para viajes de distancia o eventos al aire libre y barbacoas.
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La raqueta eléctrica Zapper no tiene olor, no poison o materiales nocivos.La red se convertirá en caliente cuando se activa, así que por favor mantener alejado de la piel y los niños. Este no es un juguete.Solo Zap los bichos con un Simple gesto de vuelo de la eléctrica Bug Zapper.<br/>Los insectos voladores o piezas splattering Bug Zapper raqueta matamoscas electrónico elimina persiguiendo abajo en su pared. En lugar, foco, la contra insectos voladores y zap es. El error debe morir al instante y gota para el suelo
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Flies = Annoying.
Sparks = Awesome
Murder = Fun
This device manages to take those three seemingly-unrelated truths and combine them into one amazing product. Play the role of a Greek God in your own living room as you smite lesser creatures with the electric fury of Zeus. But be warned... the power is addictive. Once you've cleared your home of flying pests, you may find that you still crave more. So you step outside, into the shady spot behind your house. It's just as you suspected... there they are, buzzing around like they own the damn place. You'll teach them to squat on your property.
After several days of battling your electric muscicide, the flies get wise to you and stop congregating on your property. Your job complete, you can finally rest... briefly. The world could still be a less annoying place... you have the power to make it so. And so you do. You start hanging around Dumpsters and portable toilets, actively seeking out the enemy you have sworn to destroy. Work, family, personal hygiene... these things are no longer important. All that matters now is cleansing the Earth of these belligerent, buzzing bastards. This is your new life. You are the Batman to their Joker, and the world is your Gotham. Crime doesn't sleep, and so neither will you. Not until the job is done.
Your wife abandoned you to your quest years ago, and your kids haven't returned any of your calls in months. That's fine. Every war has its nonbelievers, yet a soldier marches on just the same.
You're at the beach, battling a swarm that has congregated around some old seaweed, when you see them. They've just stepped onto the sand when you lock eyes with your former life-partner. She looks taken aback at first, but she immediately masks that with a smile that does nothing to hide her sadness. As she gazes at you with a hopeless longing in her eyes, you know that she has finally seen the selfless heroism of your endeavor, and she regrets leaving you more than anything else in the world. You are proud. You are satisfied. You are content.
And that's when you hear a buzzing right next to your ear...
After moving away from the DC area, I discovered that window screens don't exist. No one in California has them, and no one in Savannah seems to have them either. But we do have a variety of flying pests. In LA we had fruit flies, medium flies and regular flies. Sometimes after we left the windows open a swarm of medium flies would appear and make beautiful circle patterns above our heads which eventually would drive you insane.
But how do you kill something that never really stops moving? You buy this product.
In no time flat you'll be swinging your kill racket around like a mad person trying to end the lives of whatever you're going after. When it hits them it sparks up a little so you know you got them. In addition to cutting through your swarm of medium flies you get a great cardio workout.
Surprisingly it's fairly durable. How do I know? Well, my husband thought he'd go on ahead and use it like a traditional fly swatter and slam it down with all his might. It definitely hung in there through many moments of this kind of abuse until he did it one time too many. Then it shattered into pieces.
Being in the south, the skeeters are bad as well as the flies. Since we live on a lake, we probably get more than our share of spiders as well.
This thing is great! With a regular flyswatter, unless the insect has landed on a surface and stays there as you approach for the kill, you cannot just swing the swatter and do much at all. With this mini tennis racket, you can get them in mid flight no problem.
Also a regular swatter can leave a mess; I was concerned about cooked flies on this, if you had to use it twice in a short amount of time, but it doesn't work like that. The most that will occur is an insect gets tangled in the wires and then just skaking the unit will cause the dead insect to fall out. The only thing I would change about this would be to put something on it which would make it easier to zap an insect that is just against a wall or window. Sometimes you have to get them to launch into the air so you can get 'em.
Interestingly enough, I purchased this to kill flies and mosquitoes, but I ended up using it mostly to kill house centipedes on the ground. Those buggers are so fast. I end up putting this racket/zapper right up against the ground (so that all the electrocuting lines are barely missing the floor), and then trap and kill the centipedes this way. I no longer have to chase them.