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1. Contech Electronics CRO101 Scarecrow
$229.99 list($299.99)
2. Mosquito Magnet 4000MM Defender
3. Flowtron BK-80D 80-Watt, 1-1/2-Acre
$34.99 list($29.99)
4. Flowtron BK-15D 15-Watt, 1/2-Acre
$529.99 list($695.00)
5. Mosquito Magnet 3100MM Liberty
$399.99 list($495.00)
6. Mosquito Magnet 3000MM Liberty
$19.99 list($44.95)
7. P3 International P7906 Vibrasonic
$38.99 list($49.99)
8. Flowtron BK-40D 40-Watt, 1-Acre
$129.98 list($299.99)
9. SonicWeb ICH500 Mosquito and Insect
$22.99 list($37.49)
10. SUNBEAM SB975 Cordless Rechargeable
$24.99 list($30.00)
11. Zelco Bug-Off BBQ Light
$149.99 list($179.95)
12. Flowtron Model PV-440 Galaxie
$299.99 $159.99 list($399.99)
13. Lentek MK01 Mosquito Trap
14. FlowTron BF-35 15-Watt Black Light
$17.99 list($24.99)
15. Lentek MM30G Bite Shield
$19.99 $11.99 list($21.00)
16. Coleman 2950-700 Mosquito Deleto
17. Gnatrol - quart
$8.63 list($14.99)
18. SUNBEAM CM160 Electronic Mosquito
19. Pure Neem Seed Oil - 8oz
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20. Bug Off! Adult Biting Insect Repelling

1. Contech Electronics CRO101 Scarecrow Motion-Activated Sprinkler
list price: $79.00
our price: $59.99
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Asin: B000071NUS
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Contech Electronics
Sales Rank: 1247
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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  • Runs for months and 'fires' up to 5000 times on one 9-volt battery
  • Eco-friendly and chemical free, use 2-3 cups of water per deterrence
  • Detects animals in a 1000 square foot area day and night
  • Easy to install move and store
  • A humane solution to unwanted intruders

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars This product works -deer go away
I bought this for my Mom in Michigan for Mother's Day. For the past five years she'd tried everything to keep the deer out of her flower garden - netting on the ground, fishing wire placed on posts about 3 feet off the ground... no matter what, some of the deer got in the garden. I'd told her about this product for several years, but she figured it didn't really work, I figured, let's give it a try. It has been installed for 3 weeks now, and the deer have yet to go into her garden (and they live on their property, so they are around). She just told me that some bulbs she planted 5 years ago are blooming for the first time ever - every year before they'd been eaten before they bloomed.

We'd highly recommend this product and she's about to order another.

One hint, get a good hose to go with this product, since the water pressure remains constant, you want a newer hose that can handle that pressure.

5-0 out of 5 stars Worth the investment!
Our problem is the neighborhood cats who are allowed to roam. They were ruining our garden, lawn, etc. We tried so many different things to keep them away, without any lasting success. The Scarecrow is fantastic! The cats (as well as other bothersome 'strays') stay away and they are not harmed in any way (except perhaps their pride)!

The Scarecrow is very well made--quite sturdy. Also, I had the Scarecrow on daily and the battery lasted for nearly two months.

I highly recommend this product--it is effective on more than just deer or rabbits!

Our flower beds and lawn are recovered.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Great Product That Really Works!
My husband and I were very disappointed to see that neighborhood rabbits had eaten our bean and pea plants to the stem after only two days of being in the ground. We wanted to keep the rabbits out of the garden area without chemicals, unsightly chicken wire, or traps. We purchased the scarecrow and absolutely love it! After replanting, our bean and pea plants are healthy and growing. The scarecrow seems to be doing its job of letting the rabbits know they are not welcome in the garden area. I have told friends and family about our happy results. I would recommend this item to anyone looking for a solution to unwanted intruders. ... Read more

2. Mosquito Magnet 4000MM Defender
list price: $299.99
our price: $229.99
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Asin: B000094YKM
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: American Biophysics
Sales Rank: 497
Average Customer Review: 3.25 out of 5 stars
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  • Protection up to 1/2 acre
  • Easy to Bury, low voltage (12v) power cord
  • Silent and odorless, 24-hour protection against mosquitoes, no-see-ums and other biting insects
  • No Flame
  • 1 Year Warranty

Reviews (32)

5-0 out of 5 stars If you have Asian Tiger Mosquitos
Don't use the Octenol cartridge for Asian Tiger Mosquitos because it repels rather than attracts them. Read and follow the placement directions.

After getting 6-15 bites by those nasty critters everytime I went into the garden and being held prisoner indoors for a few months, I decided to spend the bucks on the Defender. My husband was skeptical, but I was desperate.
Initially, it wasn't properly placed and I thought that I had made an expensive mistake. After we read the placement directions, viewed the CD and moved it to the recommended area of our yard, the Tiger mosquitos flocked to the Defender to dehydrate and die. We have won the battle with the Asian Tigers and now are using the Octenol cartridges to catch the everyday garden variety mosquitos.

We started using the Mosquito Magnet on July 1 and are very happy with the results. We still have some mosquitos and I get bitten every now and then, but I don't have to coat myself with OFF and I can enjoy a cup of coffee or a glass of wine in the garden.

5-0 out of 5 stars Works great for me!
I read these reviews before I bought a Mosquito Magnet Defender, and, though there seemed to be some disagreement as to whether this machine actually works, I found that Consumer Reports liked it, so I decided to shell out the money to buy one.
I just set up the machine in my backyard on July 3 after reviewing the placement assistant on the included instruction c/d. It was very easy to set up (once I had the propane tank, it took about half an hour including 20 minutes warm-up time). Mosquitoes started swarming around the machine after it had been running for an hour. In three days I've emptied the trap twice. I counted over 100 mosquitoes each time (a tip: open the trap in a plastic bag to prevent the live mosquitoes from flying out). I'm sure I that's a fraction of the probably three trillion mosquitoes living on my half-acre lot, but - hey - it's a dent.
I could actually go out on the deck today (in the rain) and not get bitten. I'm looking forward to see how it works over the next month (how long the manufacturer claims it takes to break the mosquito breeding cycle).
At this point, I'm very happy with my Mosquito Magnet Defender.

5-0 out of 5 stars I Love This Thing!
The Mosquito Magnet is destined to be one of those indispensible items to have in-and-around anyone's home. This thing is terrific. Before I got my computer, DVD, and cell phone, I couldn't imagine life with them, now I cannot imagine life without them. So it is with the Mosquito Magnet.

I live in Maine, Mosquito and Black Fly Central. The bugs here are the size of small housecats, and are happy to hold you hostage until you pay a handsome ransom... of your blood. I researched bug-catching devices and bug killers galore, in Consumer Reports, all over the internet, everywhere. The Mosquito Magnet was hands-down the most-recommended item around. Amazon clearly offered the best deal. Free Shipping, $50 off my next purchase, and a free box of octenol cartridges. OK, I was sold.

The assembly was a breeze. Turned on the propane tank, plugged the thing in, and wahoo! I have had it for just three weeks, and upon emptying the bug box for the first time, it was absolutely packed with a solid brick of dead mosquitoes and blackflies! Ewww! Thousands and thousands of them! Unbelievable! Damnedest thing I ever saw! And everyone of those little buggers I "offed" was one less to bite me in the @ss. And more importantly, one less to survive thereafter, laying eggs and spawning the next generation of little fiends.

I have already noticed a dramatic decrease in ANYTHING buzzing about me while noodling around the garden and grill. This little darlin' works slick as snot on a doorknob! And my home is on a lake in the woods of Maine, with lots of fresh water and foliage everywhere for the little buggers to live in. Not anymore, thanks to the Mosquito Magnet. I was a skeptic at first (my wife, too, thought the money would've been better spent paying a high school kid 10 cents apiece to swat them one at a time!), but now having lived with it, I'm so thrilled that I'm telling EVERYONE about it!

A caution: When they say "Change the tank every 21 days", they mean it. I tried to weasel a few extra days out of the Rhino tank, and at the end of day 22, the propane tank was spent. Make sure you have a spare handy, so you can make a smooth transition. I've read about other folks' problems with gas flow and starting problems. No such problems here. It has worked perfectly in every regard.

The other deal is, I see no reason why you'd need the bigger, and much more expensive models. My property is about 5 acres of woods, but the little Defender is true to its name! Does a terrific job, and even the specs on the larger models fail to provide convincing data on why or how they should be superior.

You, too, will love this thing. It's crazy to spend umpteen thousands on a home, and then be held hostage by bugs such that you cannot enjoy it. The Defender is the best $300 you'll ever spend for your yard.

4-0 out of 5 stars So far, great!
I live next to conservation land, and my Mosquito Magnet has caught 1/2 of it's basket full of mosquitos in less that one 21 day cycle. Mosquitos hover around it all the time.

The only downside is that it was hard to get running the first time. It may require level ground (my first try was at a slight slant), and I had problems with getting it to feed from my propane tank.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't bother in Maryland
Used one of these for 6 weeks on the Eastern Shore of MD and didn't catch 6 mosquitos in that time. They don't tell you until you open the box that you shouldn't use the octenol if you have Asian Tiger mosquitos which is what we mainly have.

Out the price of 2 tanks of propane and a third spare tank I had purchased, but I returned the "magnet" to Hom. Depo. for a refund.

They shouldn't sell these things in states that they don't work in. ... Read more

3. Flowtron BK-80D 80-Watt, 1-1/2-Acre Electronic Insect Killer
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B00004R9VV
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Flowtron
Sales Rank: 613
Average Customer Review: 4.29 out of 5 stars
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Are you troubled by more insects than you can swat? Sick of citronella? Driven mad by mosquitoes? The Flowtron 80-watt electronic insect killer is just what you need to remove pesky insects from the guest list at your next picnic or outdoor get-together. This ecologically friendly device uses no fogs, sprays, or poisons and comes completely assembled and ready for use. The unit plugs into a standard electrical socket and operates for only pennies a day. It utilizes a high-intensity black light bulb to lure and eliminate light-sensitive flying insects and is designed to protect an area of up to 1-1/2 acres. An exclusive mosquito-attractant cartridge, activated when the unit is turned on, is also included. The unit's high-efficiency vertical grid eliminates clogging that can cause short-circuits or flare-up of insect remains, and a protective outer enclosure prevents injury to children, pets, birds, and wildlife. The durable casing is rainproof and rustproof for years of trouble-free operation. A two-year limited manufacturer's warranty is included. ... Read more


  • Unit dimensions: 11" X 11" X 18 1/2"
  • High efficiency, non-clogging killing grid
  • Rugged, weatherproof construction; will not rust, crack or fade
  • Easy bulb replacement
  • Operates for only pennies a day

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars They DO kill mosquitos
These things really kill bugs. I hate bugs and have no mercy on them. My daughter is violently allergic to mosquitos and looks like we have been burning her with cigarettes after a few bites. The mosquitos had to go! The beneficials largely fly during daylight and those that don't better stay away from my yard. Hey guys answer me a question - if mosquitos aren't attracted to light why do the professionals use "mosquito light traps" to attract and sample populations? The light is a white light but it includes the blue spectrum. Google it and see. I am convinced the "mosquito magnet" "sonic web" makers made up the BS that these do not kill mosquitos. Mine certainly does. I sat out in Memphis TN last night for two hours and didn't get one bite. My arms would have been in constant motion swatting bugs three weeks ago. I had a sonic web last year and it didn't get squat. Thank God for online auctions.

These things slaughters bugs. I have two at opposite ends of my house and couldn't be happier with them. Now to see if they last.

P.s. Get the 80 watt version. Every review on the web touted its bug killing over the 40 watt versions. Also spray your soffit, porches, underside of decks, window overhangs, and shrubs with carbaryl, permethrin, or malathion. (I know bug lady is probably stroking out now!) They have a good residual and will kill daytime roosting mosquitos for up to 3 weeks (carbaryl or malathion at least). Check the regulations in your your area first.

5-0 out of 5 stars why doesn't amazon carry this product anymore?????
i am beholden to all the fine reviews at this site that touted this great product to the skys. i shot right out and bought the big 80 watt number.
the day before i put mine up i had collected 5 nasty fly bites - hugh itchey welts. so i got even...i pinned the little sucker up and sat out on the patio at 9 that night gloating outrageously. this baby was snapping 'em left and right. little bug bodies were really piling up out there. color me smug.
i have reclaimed the right to go out in my back yard garden and even to sit out in the dead of night unscathed. how much is that worth? and my high strung cats don't mind the slight snapping noise. they don't like bugs either.
this gismo rocks!!! each evening i go out and plug it in for the night's work and i can't resist giving it a little pat and a "you get 'em killer".
do i recommend this device? oh, yea.....

ps to bug gal and her review.
mosquetoes arn't attracted to light? could that be why there is a pest strip for under the hot light that, when heated up, attracts mosquetoes like CRAZY!!! do you want a body count? there are some very deceased mosquetoes out there under my flowtron.
and as to it killing beneficial flying you mean those little moths that are outside waiting for you to open you door so they can eat holes in your clothes? get a grip.

1-0 out of 5 stars Please don't buy this
This device is advertised as a killer of light attracted insects. MOSQUITOES ARE NOT ATTRACTED TO LIGHT. DEER FLIES ARE NOT ATTRACTED TO LIGHT.

These devices have been shown to significantly reduce populations of beneficial pollinating insects. You can find a summary of the research in
Science News Online, april 22, 2000

If you want to buy something that works, get one of the CO2 generating devices.

5-0 out of 5 stars VERY NICE!

5-0 out of 5 stars Allows us to enjoy the outdoors again!!
Here in Houston we have had a particularly difficult time with mosquitos this year (due to heavy rainfall). I almost felt like we were held "hostage" inside our house, since going outdoors meant a barrage of mosquitos! But thanks to the Flowtron bug killer which we now have on our back patio, we can enjoy the out-of-doors again! We purchased the 80-watt model, even though our yard is only 1/3 acre. It has been very effective in eliminating our mosquito problem. One word of caution: the zapping noise generated by the Flowtron really bothers our Golden Retriever. He has even tried to escape from the back yard! We're hoping he eventually becomes accustomed to it. Just keep this in mind if you have pets ............ ... Read more

4. Flowtron BK-15D 15-Watt, 1/2-Acre Electronic Insect Killer
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B00004R9VZ
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Flowtron
Sales Rank: 579
Average Customer Review: 2.86 out of 5 stars
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Flowtron's lantern-style insect killer uses nontoxic ultraviolet light to eliminate mosquitoes, biting flies, and other insects over a 1/2-acre area. The insect killer is cleaner and safer than its chemical counterparts, and its patented nonclogging killing grid eliminates the grid clogging that can short-circuit the unit or cause flare-ups of insect remains. The insect killer features high-impact construction and a protective outer enclosure to prevent children, pets, birds, or wildlife from contacting the charged grid. ... Read more


  • Unit dimensions: 8 1/2" X 8 1/2" X 13 1/2"
  • High efficiency, non-clogging killing grid
  • Rugged, weatherproof construction; will not rust, crack or fade
  • Easy bulb replacement
  • Operates for only pennies a day

Reviews (7)

2-0 out of 5 stars Octenol mosquito attractant cartridge
I am trying to locate an internet source for buying additional octenol mosquito attractant cartridges specific for the Flowtron BK-15D Electronic Insect Killer. Unless I can find a source for these cartridges the unit I purchased at Menards (150 miles away)will be usless to me. Can you help me find a source for these specific cartridges?

5-0 out of 5 stars Works Great!
This bug popper really does a great job. You do have to clean it ever so often. Really has controlled the mosquitos and knats. I recommend this to anyone with an average size yard.

1-0 out of 5 stars Wouldn't hurt a fly
Don't waste your money on this low powered unit. Not only did it not work because of a disconnected wire, ...I was able to repair, but it environmentally safe because it doesn't kill bugs. Step up two the dual tube #80 is definitely worth the extra money.

1-0 out of 5 stars Already Broke!
It seemed to be doing the job. Then after less than a year, it just quit working. I bought a new bulb to no avail. Now I'm stuck with a new bulb and left-over mosquito attractant! Bummer!

1-0 out of 5 stars Worked till it Broke
It seemed to attract bugs just fine. I was using the mosquito attractant, and it definitely seemed to work. Then after less than a year, it just quit. Bought a new bulb to no avail. So now I'm stuck with a new bulb and unused mosquito attractant. Bummer! ... Read more

5. Mosquito Magnet 3100MM Liberty Plus
list price: $695.00
our price: $529.99
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Asin: B000140B6I
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: American Biophysics
Sales Rank: 4632
Average Customer Review: 2.67 out of 5 stars
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  • 1 Year Warranty
  • Protection up to 1 acre
  • Self powered - no power cord required
  • Silent and odorless, 24-hour protection against mosquitoes, no-see-ums and other biting insects
  • No Flame

Reviews (12)

4-0 out of 5 stars Still a killing machine: 7 week update
Original review below: So far 2 propane tanks, 3 weeks each. The machine is virtually silent. I skipped using the CO2 "quick clear" cartridge as recommended after the first tank and the machine shut down 2 weeks into the second tank. Quick clear solved the problem. Our large yard has embedded woods, shrubs, wet areas and this year has been very wet. Bugs are out in force and the machine continues to catch loads of mosquitos and no-see-ums but less than a few weeks ago. I change the net when the fan is covered... about every other day. I wash out the old net after the contents stop moving. I treat it like a vacuum cleaner bag with the cleaner = more suction theory. Compared to our neighbors, our pool area is mosquito free. Placement is critical and must consider shade and the downwind CO2 dispersion. Would I buy another Liberty Plus? Probably not. Am I sorry I bought it? No. The technology works but I don't understand how the Liberty series is rated for 1 acre. I assume it generates a larger CO2 plume. In hindsight, for the money I think I'd rather have two $300 Defenders and set up a perimeter. Of course, that presumes the Defender kills like the Liberty. I'm going to move the machine and see if I can thin the biting population in a different part of the yard.

(original review) We've had the MM for 4.5 weeks and so far it's worked as advertised. It was a big bite in the wallet but it's allowed us and the kids the use of our backyard pool and deck through twilight for the first time in 6 years. It's under an apple tree for shade and it sucks in an incredible amount of mosquitos and no-see-ums from the nearby bushes and damp areas.
First propane lasted 3 weeks, as expected. The MM shut down once by itself but started right back up. I empty the net every 2 days. I recommend swapping the full net for an empty one because dumping out the squirming mass into a trash bag is a horror show. You can tie off the full net and let the active ones die. After all these years it's great to be able to enjoy the yard and it's sweet revenge on the biters.

3-0 out of 5 stars The First One Wasn't Working........
I received my Libery Plus on April 5th. I pulled it out of the box and everything listed in the instructions was included in the box (alaways nice) and the Liberty appeared to be a quality product. I had a newly-purchased propane tank that I immediately connected to the Liberty - I had high hopes for this machine!

The Liberty wouldn't start.

It failed repeatedly to complete the warmup cycle. I tweaked the prpoane connection, double-checked the battery and everything else that I could think of. My first call to tech support (after a 10 minute wait) resulted in a few more sugggestions from the rep as to what may be the problem with my unit.

I tried them all and the unit still wouldn't complete the start cycle. A second call to tech support verified that the igniter in my unit was not operating. Tech Support offered to send me a replacement unit without hesitation and didn't ask for a credit card number as some manufacturers try to do. They sent me a second one with no issues.

The second one worked as advertised though it hasn't been running long enough to catch anything yet. Don't buy one of these unless you are willing to chance a non-working unit as the quality control doesn't seem to be that good. If you do have problems you will find that Tech Support is top-notch.

4-0 out of 5 stars Works Great once you get it started
My mosquito Magnet is sucking down a bagful of sceeters every day. (I'm guessing that's about 1000 or more mosquitos per day). It has returned our back yard to us. Well worth the price and the struggle to get it running.

And it was a struggle to get it running; most of which had to do with the propane supply. They aren't kidding when they tell you to open the valve on the propane tank very slowly. I now do about 1/8th of a turn in 30 seconds. Once I did that, my starting problems came to an end. In my case, I also learned to open the valve only partially....Only to the point where I could begin to hear the gas flowing and no further. The Mosquito Magnet has a very sensitive regulator that will slam shut if too much gas presure is applied to it. This makes the machine think its connected to an empty tank. (That's my theory... for what's it's worth...I'm not an expert on propane and propane accessories)

If you are not the type of person who is willing to patiently twiddle with something until it works, you may not want this. I wouldn't call it a typical plug and play consumer appliance. Hopefully, they will develop it further so that it will be easier to start in the future.

If a little twiddling doesn't scare you and you are ready to buy, but are torn between the two models "Liberty" and the "Liberty Plus" , get the the Liberty Plus. I had a Liberty last summer and it got fried sometime during our numerous power outages (there were about five caused by storms). It seems the mosquito magnet needs to have its internal fan running for about 1/2 hour after it shuts down. If it doesn't, it will burn up on the inside. Since the Liberty is connected to household current, the fan goes off whenever power is interupted. This does not allow the machine to cool off and thus it becomes damaged. The Liberty Plus has a battery operated fan and is therefore not subject to this kind of failure. In addition, you need to plug it in only once at the beginning of the season to charge it up. When its operating, I'm assuming that the fan is somehow run by propane. The battery is just for start ups and cool downs.

I am sort of peeved that I didn't realize that my first machine got fried until after the waranty was out (Isn't that the way it usually works?), But when machine worked, it worked so well, that I was willing to buy another. I guess you could say I'm a sucker----a sucker for a mosquito free back yard. That's what Mosquito Magnet has done in my case.

1-0 out of 5 stars DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY
I've had the Freedom 2000 for several years now. I have had multiple problems with it and I figure it has caught about one mosquito for each tank of propane I have bought. I have seen a total of about 7 unlucky mosquitoes captured in a year.

I didn't even bring it out last year because I figured I didn't want to spend any more money on propane. It turns out that my wife has a friend of a friend that works for American Biophysics and she said they were awesome, so I figured I would try it again.

After trying it again, I still think it is a complete waste of the $900 I spent on it.

1) It takes 3 or 4 tries over several hours to get it running.
2) It mysteriously shuts down.
3) It doesn't consistently run the fan fast enough to suck even a tiny piece of tissue paper up the horn.
4) I was paying for an attractant for a whole year that actually repelled Tiger mosquitoes.
5) American Biophysics sticks to their one year warranty, so if you buy one, get them to buy it back before the year is up. They are unyielding after 12 months!!!!

Funny enough after talking to several of their tech support people over the last few days, they realized that my MM is a piece of junk and offered to let me part with some more money to get a replacement--Uh, I may look funny, but I didn't just fall off the turnip truck!!!

I'd recommend buying a hose-end bottle of insecticide and spraying your yard. This ended up working much better than the MM.

1-0 out of 5 stars Avoid this Product
You should avoid Mosquito Magnet products. They are poorly made. They catch a handful of mosquitos, but not enough to make a difference. They are very expensive, and require constant add-on purchases. Use Deet or screened porches instead. ... Read more

6. Mosquito Magnet 3000MM Liberty
list price: $495.00
our price: $399.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000094YKL
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: American Biophysics
Sales Rank: 3800
Average Customer Review: 2.81 out of 5 stars
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  • 1 Year Warranty
  • Protection up to 1 acre
  • Ideal for large yards, in-ground pool areas and small commercial applications
  • Silent and odorless, 24-hour protection against mosquitoes, no-see-ums and other biting insects
  • No Flame

Reviews (27)

4-0 out of 5 stars My two cents
I purchased this unit in June from Home Depot. It took 2 hours to assemble (and I'm pretty good at assembling things). It wouldn't complete the warmup cycle properly so I called their tech support line. The wait wasn't too bad for me but the result was that I had a defective unit. I opted to return it to the store rather than wait for the replacement. I complained to the manager about having wasted two hours and another trip to the store and he knocked off $25 bucks on the second unit. I complained because I had read several reviews from people that have received defective units and I think the dealers need to get a message that customers are not happy with quality of the merchandise from this company. Anyway, second unit has been working fine. It did start catching mosquito right away and I noticed a difference within a few days. It's quite fun to check the trap each day to see how many of the little blood suckers are in there. It is hard to get an accurate estimate because the do bunch up and dehydrate but you can see several still buzzing around inside the net and you can point at them and say - HA! For me, the results are proven by less mosquitoes biting or flying around me so I don't worry about counting. My other complaint about this thing is cost. You're dropping a pretty penny for this unit and then don't forget to add on the cost of the tank and the propane - another $40-$50. The propane lasts for 21 days and then you have to refill the tank. You are also suppose to replace the octenol cartridge which run you $20 for 3 (that's less than a three month supply), plus they tell you to buy CO2 cartridges (3 for $10) and run that through the system every second tank. So, doing the math, say a tank refill every 21 days runs you $15 (and that's cheap right now), $7 every 21 days for octenol, $1.50 for CO2, plus electricity - you're looking at upwards of $25 every 21 days in extra hard costs to keep the thing running. That's $35-$40 a month if you like to break it down that way. With that said, if that doesn't scare you off then give the unit a shot. It does make a difference. I won't say there are no more mosquitoes or no-see-ums but I can regularly go out in the yard for a few minutes and come back inside without any bites when before that would not have been possible. It's just hard for me to believe this company charges so much for this thing and then half of them don't work. That aggravates me, but mosquitoes biting my son aggravates me more.

1-0 out of 5 stars Problematic
Don't waste your money; unless you have a lot of it to waste. I have the Freedom model and have had it for two seasons. It works great for a couple of months, depending on placement of course if you've read up on these things. But after that it won't start. The first season I was still under warranty and sent it back. They sent me a rebuilt one after about two months and after mosquito season was over. So I lost two months of use. So with my rebuilt one, which now had a clear valve, I was optimistic this season. Deja vu! Same thing happened. It would not start after a couple of months. And now my warranty is up! PS: They won't answer angry emails. Their service is bad as well!

1-0 out of 5 stars Bad Quality product, 2 year life or less, good when works
I now own three American Biophysics Mosquito Magnets. The oldest one I have is two years old and cost me about $900 to purchase. The two year old unit no longer works, so AB technical support wants to sell me a replacement part for $500 or you can buy a new unit, after returning the Power pack, for $425. What a racket. Build an expensive product that doesn't last more than 2 years and then charge a lot to fix or agree to buy another unit that also has shoddy quality. I agree it catches the mosquitos that they claim when it operates properly. But because of the cost of the units and their limited life I would not recommend this product unless you have a lot of money to burn.

5-0 out of 5 stars It works in New Hampshire!
I read all of the reviews for a whole year before we invested in this unit. Its been about 4 weeks now, I can't tell you how many ,thousands, of mosquitos and deer flies this unit has grabbed! We love it, it works for us! Read the directions carefully and it will work for you too! It says 4-6 weeks before you see a difference, and we are just starting to be able to go out in the pool at night and not get attacked! Now how can we get rid of our wasps? They are nesting everywhere this season!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Expensive, but it works
We had been debating the Mosquito Magnet since the summer of 2003. It was a wet spring in New England in 2004 and in May when my mother-in-law drove her car up in midmorning (not peak misquito time) and I saw 2 dozen of the blood suckers throwing themselves against her car hood I started to worry. I looked at my 18 month old son, wondered how he was going to play outside with out being dunked in DEET, and then went online that morning and ordered one.

We have 4+ acres of land, mostly woods so the empty all your standing water advice is not helpful to us. The area around the house is clear and is about 1 acre. We located it on one side of the house, about 10 feet into the woods, which I think helped the catch ratio since misquitos prefer shade.

RESULTS: Within 24 hours I noticed a difference in my front door area. I could be outside during the day with my son and never see a misquito. At dusk I would see some and eventually get bitten, but I wouldn't be swarmed like I had been previously. After 3-4 weeks there was definately a reduction in the local misquito population. Everytime we checked the net there were too many misquitos flying around to count. When we empty the net bag out every 2-3 weeks there is a mass of dead, dried out misquito bodies about the size of my fist. (Impressive, considering a dead misquito really doesn't tak up a lot of space.)

WHAT IT MEANS FOR OUR LIFE: We have two dogs an a child, so the door is always being opened and shut. Last year there was ALWAYS a misquito in the bedroom. Now we get one once a week, maybe. My son has one bite on him now, I'm not even sure he got that in my yard. He can go weeks without a bite. We can sit out on the deck in the evening, an impossibility before. In general I am enjoying my yard much more this summer.

DOWNSIDE: It is expensive, and you have to buy propane & the attractent every 3 weeks. The company is clearly run by a bunch of engineers, and the instructions & set up reflect that. So if you are non-engineerish, get an engineer geek you know over and offer them a 6-pack of beer to set it up. I friend of mine had problems with hers and when she called the company they said she shouldn't use the propane tanks that are from those "swap tank" places, since the lines are not fully purged of air. Air in the line is a frequent cause of problems with the device.

Placement can also be tricky. If you have a big house and are surrounded by breeding grounds you almost need two for both sides of the house, but we do make do with just one. We did have to move it once to get the best coverage. It obviously isn't cheap, but I haven't found a better alternative. ... Read more

7. P3 International P7906 Vibrasonic Molechaser
list price: $44.95
our price: $19.99
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Asin: B00005AH85
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: P3 International
Sales Rank: 201
Average Customer Review: 2.28 out of 5 stars
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The strongest in the company's line of rodent-irritators, the P3International P7906 Vibrasonic Molechaser evacuates moles by emitting apenetrating sound that sets the rodents' sensitive hearing on edge. Operating ina circular pattern of 130 feet, the Vibrasonic Molechaser also chases off groundsquirrels, shrews, voles, pocket mice, and gophers. It won't harm the rodents oryour earthworms or your pets; it won't even harm your lawnmower, because you canbury it flush with the ground. At 1-3/4 inches in diameter and 16 inches long,the anodized aluminum Vibrasonic Molechaser doesn't require an excavation ofyour garden, and you can replace the four D-cell batteries--approximately onceevery 4 to 6 months--without digging it up. The device gives off 300 Hz of soundat 8-second intervals and works best in unobstructed, moist clay soil. If soilis dry, sandy, or peat soil, you may need a couple of Molechasers to get rid ofmoles for good. --Emily Bedard ... Read more


  • Laboratory tested and approved
  • 8-second sound intervals for up to 13,500 square feet (1/3 acre) of coverage
  • Does not harm rodents or affect pets
  • Crafted from anodized aluminum with a stout waterproof head
  • Buries flush with the ground for easy mowing

Reviews (18)

4-0 out of 5 stars Tired of stomping down mole hills?
Day after day those pesky moles were pushing up my yard. Nobody I asked knew what to do until my brother herd about the molechaser. Yes I was very skeptical but was very annoyed at those darn hills. I decided to give it a try. I purchased the P3 international P7906 Vibrasonic model. I wanted the most coverage since I live on an acre of land, I bought 3 of them. When I received the units I went to work installing them. I had a little trouble pounding them into the ground. the caps need to be very tight or you will tear the threads. 1 of the units was defective but I was able to repair it using some glue and it has been working just fine. Overall IM very pleased with the purchase and yes it works very well I haven't pushed a single molehill down since I installed them 1 week ago.

1-0 out of 5 stars More aptly named "the Mole Attractor"
The P3 International Vibrasonic Molechaser is perhaps the worst piece of equipment I have ever purchased! After placing 2 molechasers in our yard for about 7 weeks, we actually have more moles now than we did before. Not only are they eating our flower bulbs, but now have attacked the garden plants. Consequently we moved the "moleattractors" closer to the flower bed and garden area. The moles moved also - the greatest concentration of moles in the yard is now within 5 feet of the "moleattractors".
In the end we decided that the Vibrasonic Molechaser makes an excellent (but expensive) launching system for bottle rockets! So, save your money and look to another method of controlling your rodent population.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good
I changed to constant 6 volt suply using 220/6 V
adapter from the house. It has been working about one year. Result is good but success depends much of the kind of soil. With one I covered about 3000 sq.ft in sandy soil. No moles appeared any more in that area.Suggest produce some pieces ready for using with adapter. That would eliminate frequent change of the bateries and drop in the Voltage specially in cold weather. Connection by el. wires throug soil is very easy. Such a solution could give a possibility to decrease the size.

4-0 out of 5 stars Worked For Us!
We live on one acre and this item is really working great for us. We had a terrible problem with gopher mounds appearing nearly every day in our front yard very close to our front porch, but after using this product our problem is gone! I bought one of these for my husband for Christmas and he installed it in March so we have been using this product for nearly three months now. We are very pleased with this product and have ordered three more for the other areas of our property. We must remember where we install these though, because once the battery goes dead, they will be hard to find in the yard if looking with a hazy memory!

1-0 out of 5 stars Don's waste your money. Absolutely useless!
We had just paid $2500 to put a new lawn in when I noticed a couple mole hills pop up. Being an animal lover I wanted to avoid resorting to poisons and traps so I purchased the P7906 Vibrasonic Molechaser. What I had believed to be device that repelled pests in a manner similar to the ultrasonic units used to keep insects out of your house actually turned out to be nothing more than a battery powered rattle that requires 4 D cells.

Our yard is about 1/3 of an acre and the soil is of the clay type that is supposedly ideal for this product. I planted the stake near the concentration of mole hills, stomped them down and waited a few days to see if the returned. They didn't seem to so I moved the stake to the center of the yard to benefit from maximum coverage. 2 days later the hills were back in full force. I moved the stake back to the mole camp again. They moved about 5 feet away from their original spot.

Finally I stuck the stake directly into the center of mole trails. This morning my yard looks like I had been invaded by grave robbers. The moles have set up shop about 3 feet from the stake and have apparently invited all their friends to join them for a good laugh at this worthless piece of junk.

If you are looking to maximize the damage to your yard then buy this stake, move it around a few times and enjoy the devastation. If you want to get rid of moles, your money is better spent on traps or poisons that, while less humane, are more likely to keep your yard free of infestation and you more likely to stay sane. ... Read more

8. Flowtron BK-40D 40-Watt, 1-Acre Electronic Insect Killer
list price: $49.99
our price: $38.99
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Asin: B00004R9VW
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Flowtron
Sales Rank: 748
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Flowtron's lantern-style insect killer uses nontoxic ultraviolet light to eliminate mosquitoes, biting flies, and other insects over a 1-acre area. The insect killer is cleaner and safer than its chemical counterparts, and its patented nonclogging killing grid eliminates the grid clogging that can short-circuit the unit or cause flare-ups of insect remains. The insect killer features high-impact construction and a protective outer enclosure to prevent children, pets, birds, or wildlife from contacting the charged grid. ... Read more


  • Unit dimensions: 9 3/4" X 9 3/4" X 16 1/2"
  • High efficiency, non-clogging killing grid
  • Rugged, weatherproof construction; will not rust, crack or fade
  • Easy bulb replacement
  • Operates for only pennies a day

Reviews (12)

5-0 out of 5 stars Good flying bug killer
We don't have a mosquito problem but my wife and I usually spend our time at our computers which are located close to our deck. At night, flying bugs would wiggle into the house and send my wife screaming and wailing. So I bought this bug zapper and the problem is solved. A good product if you need something to keep flying bugs out of the house during warm summer nights.

Before buying this product, think of a way to hang it some place. I put mine on a deck table but its a little wobbly and may fall over if there's a strong gust of wind.

I can't identify most of the bugs killed by the zapper, some are small green thinggy with wings and some of rather big long flying bug. It did killed a lady bug however, not sure if that's a good thing or not.

2-0 out of 5 stars Flowtron Insect Killer
Poor product. It will kill insects after it is really dark outside but it's totally ineffective in the daytime. I owned one (another brand) in the 70's that was excellent. The difference in the two was that my other one had one black light and one flourescent light. It was a softer light that seemed to attract more bugs, both in the daytime and at night. This is definitely an item to buy in a store so you can easily return it. Even the bait didn't help. I live in a subdivision that sprays for mosquitoes so we don't have many. The money would have been better spent on citronella candles. Makes a great night light though! It lights up my entire den through the windows. No more stumbling through the dark to get to the kitchen!

3-0 out of 5 stars Kills bugs but cheap construction
The Flowtron worked well for me. I set it up on a dawn to dusk timer and it killed bugs so well, some preying mantis setup an eatery right below it. The only problem was that the bug zapper only last about a year before it stopped working. I replaced the bulb and cleaned it but it just stopped working. Cleaning it is a little messy but easy.

4-0 out of 5 stars IT DOES KILL MOSQUITOES!
You should see the pile of mosquitoes on the ground, I mounted mine near our bbq, turn it on as low as possible, I was amazed, i'm sure it killed 200 or 300 the first night alone, well see if it makes a difference in the long term, mosquitoes are a huge problem here in Winnipeg, Manitoba, even if it kills a 1000 week, it will make summer more enjoyable! JF

5-0 out of 5 stars On behalf of bug zappers......
On behalf of bug zappers, I am well aware that bug zappers do not attract mosquitoes. The zappers do eliminate other pest though. Look at moths and how they damage crops or gardens! There's a few points for the bug zappers. I might add that the flowtron bk-40 puts on a good show though. I have had one for three years now and it has been trouble free and clog free. I have a flowtron BK 80 coming for immediate use in the back yard patio area. I am a believer in a good product when I see it, and flowtron BK 40 is a good product, and controls other pests dispite the claims out against bug zappers in general. ... Read more

9. SonicWeb ICH500 Mosquito and Insect Control
list price: $299.99
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Asin: B000062VUM
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Sonic Web
Sales Rank: 1068
Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars
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Using four attractants to lure mosquitoes, flies, and otherbiting insects, this electronic device effectively controls suchinsects in all directions over an acre of ground. Key to the device'sperformance is the patented heartbeat sound it radiates at a lowfrequency that's virtually inaudible to humans but attracts insectsover a wide area. When they get closer, insects are drawn in by thesmell of a strip emitting the natural fragrance of octenol, whichmimics breath, ultraviolet reflection that mimics movement; and theunit's 110-degree-F heat--like that of a warm-blooded victim. Luredinto the device, insects are captured by a WebTrap adhesive papercoated with a special glue that's effective in all weather, includingrain. Each WebTrap is good for about seven days, and an octenol striplasts four weeks. (Four WebTraps and one strip included, withreplacement kits available separately.)

Lightweight, portable (with a built-in handle), weatherproof, andharmless to pets and children, the device operates at a low voltage andcan be left on continuously during hot/dry seasons. A control attachedto the 50-foot power cord turns the device on and off, and LED lightsindicate when the unit is operating. For storage, the cord wrapsunderneath the unit's base. The device measures 19 inches high and 15inches in diameter. --Fred Brack ... Read more


  • 4 WebTrap adhesive papers, 1 octenol fragrance strip included
  • Lures flies, no-see-ums, mosquitoes with sound, smell, sight, and heat
  • Performance key is patented, electronic heartbeat sound
  • Effective is all directions over 1 acre; 50-foot power cord
  • Weatherproof, lightweight, portable (built-in handle)

Reviews (10)

4-0 out of 5 stars Sonic web
I ordered this product after seeing a television advertisement. I usually never fall for those "paid advertisements" but this seemed like a no lose deal. I've had the SonicWeb for a week and a half now. The first week it caught about 50 mosquitos, about 5 flies, and thousands of real small red bugs. I still get occassionaly bitten when outside by the pool but the mosquitos don't drive me in like they used to. Over the last week the SonicWeb has been true to form and caught clsoe to 50 more mosquitos. It took a few days to start catching mosquitos but it seems to have kicked into gear. I'm not sure if it actually "reducing" the mosquitos in my yard but it is at least catching some of them. I'll probably keep the unit to see if it continues to work. I just hope I'm not drawing more mosquitos to my yard because of the unit. My friend recently purchased a "Mosquito Deleto" and he asid it caught about 10 mosquitos in a week. He lives in a more urban part of town so there may not be as many mosquitos to catch. It's not a real expensive piece of equipment for the results that it has shown so far. I'll write a followup review soon.

4-0 out of 5 stars generally a great product
I was skeptical about this product but we purchased a home in an area that was obviously going to have a major mosquito population. I purchased two machines and have to change the "fly paper" regularly or the flying criters are in line waiting to die. I am not sure about the acre coverage but for the price they are GREAT!!

5-0 out of 5 stars It worked in a rainforest
I was skeptical. Living in HawaiƔi, with an annual rainfall in my neighborhood of over 125", we lived with a lot of mosquitos. Doing laundry meant running a gauntlet of hungry biters.

A neighbor had tried a competing, propane-powered mosquito trap, that was patently ineffective. The manufacturer of this competing unit explained to my neighbor that the species of mosquito most problematic here, the Asian Tiger mosquito (Aedes albopictus), was not the target species for their unit.

We deployed the SonicWeb device in mid-January, and by the middle of February, both my wife and I noticed a distinct reduction in the number of mosquitos. We also noticed that one of our pets, who has an allergy to mosquitos and who had suffered from a chronic raw irritation on his nose, experienced a marked healing. By the end of the month of February, the mosquito population by our laundry was virtually nonexistent.

Interestingly, I've noted very few adult female Aedes albopictus on the sticky paper. Most of the mosquitos I see there are small, leading me to suspect that the trap is attracting juveniles and males, effectively interrupting the mating and reproductive cycle.

It's now June. Yesterday, conversing with another neighbor, one living right next door, I asked if he'd noticed a decrease in mosquitos, and he agreed, saying that his visiting son and daughter-in-law, who previously had been particularly affected by mosquito bites in prior years, had remarked on the fact that none were present this year.

I'm not generally given to unsolicited product recommendations, but the SonicWeb unit has been a product that worked as advertised.

1-0 out of 5 stars 1st one broke, replacement broke, we gave up.
The product did catch mosquitos. But it did not seem to effect the number of bites we got. After one season it stopped working. I took it apart and found the heating unit had burned out. Possibly a fire hazard. Called the company and they sent me a new one. It died after about 1/2 a season. We decided to just give up. Spraying Malathion every now and then is more effective.

1-0 out of 5 stars Still waiting for results
I bought this product and set it up over two months ago. It has only managed to attract a few stray leaves and other random windblown debris. Oh yeah! And one large fly today! Mosquito season is in full swing, and we have a party coming up. It's truth or consequences time. ... Read more

10. SUNBEAM SB975 Cordless Rechargeable Bug Zapper
list price: $37.49
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Asin: B0001CNMHA
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Sunbeam
Sales Rank: 780
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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  • Runs and charges from included AC adapter
  • Up to ten hours runtime on a single charge -- great for campouts
  • Makes no sound when a bug contacts the screen inside -- just kills the bug
  • Easy cleaning -- removable bug tray
  • UL listed

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars great product for killing mosquitoes
I was suprised at the other reviews this product got, but I do understand why. I use this product solely indoors to control mosquitoes and it works great. I've never used it outdoors because I have another similar zapper that's meant for outdoor usage. The latter product I would never consider bringing indoor because it makes way to much noise and you can actually hear bugs lizards etc. actually getting fried.

This product however works silently and does an excellent eliminating mosquitoes in our three bedroom home. I live in the caribbean by the way, where mosquitoes are an everyday problem.

1-0 out of 5 stars Worst zapper ever.
The plastic case surrounding the light has terribly small grid spacing... only the smallest gnats can actually make it to the coil. Unbelievably bad product.

1-0 out of 5 stars DON'T BUY THIS.....
I wish I had seen the other review before purchasing this. It is a waste of money.

You get a nice blue light that has yet to kill any bugs... Have had it plugged in for two weeks and I've got the bug bites to prove it...

1-0 out of 5 stars Useless
This is amazingly useless. The black light is nice and attracts bugs from all around, but the zapper is so weak, the bugs crawl across the wires with no harm done. Piece of junk. ... Read more

11. Zelco Bug-Off BBQ Light
list price: $30.00
our price: $24.99
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Asin: B00006C7HP
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Zelco
Sales Rank: 2198
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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By emitting a low-frequency, ultrasonic sound, thislightweight, portable light repels mosquitoes while simultaneouslyilluminating a 20-foot-square area around an outdoor barbecue grill orpicnic table. To ward off mosquitoes, switch the device to either ofthree levels of ultrasonic sounds, which repel female mosquitoes (thebiters) by imitating their natural enemies. (The sound will not harmpets or children.) For illumination the light comes with areplaceable, high-intensity bulb. The light's head can be adjusted upand down, and the adjustable arm holding the light extends to 16 inchesand locks in place at any chosen height and angle with the twist of aknob. For storage, the arm folds flat, creating a profile for thedevice of a mere 9-1/2 inches wide, 3-1/2 inches high, and 3 inchesdeep. The light attaches to a grill with a stainless-steel clip, whichcan be removed for the light to sit flat on a table. The light operateson four D-cell batteries or with an AC adapter (neither are included).--Fred Brack ... Read more


  • Operates on 4 D-cell batteries or with AC adapter (neither are included)
  • Mosquito-repelling portable light for backyard grilling, picnics
  • Repels mosquitoes with ultrasonic sounds; won't harm pets, children
  • Replaceable, high-intensity bulb; arm extends to 16 inches
  • Clips onto barbecue grill or sits flat on table; folds for storage

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars All-around just plain great!
First you and J&R Music World (supplier) were terrific. I ordered the light on Monday and recieved it Tuesday morning!!!Not only did I pay less than retail but the light is extremely attractive and works great! As a customer, you don't need more than that. Five stars to everybody.

1-0 out of 5 stars doesnt work
The bug off bbq light doesn't work.
The mosquitoes don't seem to be affected by this!

5-0 out of 5 stars Away skeeters!!
Nothing worse than being outside and being eat up by skeeters.

This works ok. I like it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Let there be light (and no more burnt meals)
My BBQ Grill was in complete darkness before I had the Zelco Bug-off BBQ light. This light is very effective. It has a toggle switch for bug repellent (off, one bug type noise, another bug type noise, and then a dragon fly repellent noise). If you extend the arm, the light automatically turns on, with or without a bug repellent noise. This means you don't need to hear those high pitched noises (and you can hear them) if you don't want to.

My grill has no place to clip this on, but that is no problem. With the weight of the 4 D batteries, it sits securely on the side of my grill. In order to use the clip on though, you will need a totally flat ledge on the side of the grill.

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12. Flowtron Model PV-440 Galaxie Power-Vac Mosquito Control Unit (One Acre Coverage)
list price: $179.95
our price: $149.99
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Asin: B0007QLU2E
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Flowtron Outdoor Products
Sales Rank: 179
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Made in USA. No propane required. The unit uses Multiple Attractants including heat, light, scent, color, shape and motion without no flame or gas of any kind. A powerful vacuum then draws mosquitoes and other insect pests into the trap where they dehydrate and die. All you need to do is periodically dispose of the dead insects easily via a "see through" removable collection tray. The unit comes with a free octenol cartridge for ultimate mosquito control. Black is a mosquito's favorite color so this machine doesn't need the industry standard couple of days to get going. Plug it in, let the heat build up for the octenol and watch it go. When sited between your favorite inhabitable area of your yard and the mosquitoes favorite breeding/roosting areas you are going to watch this machine feed faster than any mosquito you ever saw. If you're not happy, send it back for a full refund. We are that sure that you are going to be delighted and tell all your friends. ... Read more


  • Stainless Steel Removable Catch Tray
  • Electric Power, No Flame or Gas
  • Multiple Attractants: Heat,Light,Scent and Color
  • 1 Acre Killing Radius
  • Vacuum Action That Dehydrates and Kills

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars It really works!!!
This thing catches mosquitos! It's easy to set up and you dont have to buy propane. It was a lot less expensive than the mosquito magnet and it does what they say it does.

5-0 out of 5 stars Gets the Mosquitoes!No TANK needed!!!!!
I don?t usually write things like this but having a Mosquitoes Magnet I wanted more protection without the annoyance of refilling and carrying propane around and not to mention the cost. Every three weeks having to buy propane is bad enough! I took a chance on this Galaxie product and I am glad I did its capturing everything in the yard. It appears to works almost as well as the Magnet and theirs no refilling propane!If this keeps up I will buy two more of these units and retire the Magnet.I give this product five stars! ... Read more

13. Lentek MK01 Mosquito Trap
list price: $399.99
our price: $299.99
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Asin: B0000638SS
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Lentek
Sales Rank: 1080
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If relaxing or working outdoors where you live feels like killing time in a bug-infested torture chamber, the Mosquito Trap from Lentek may be your liberator. Powered by propane and electricity, the trap covers up to 3/4 of an acre at a time and runs for up to four weeks on a single tank of propane. Operating without toxic fumes, the trap uses a combination of carbon dioxide, moisture, color, airflow, and thermal imaging (simulated body temperature) to ensnare blood-sucking, egg-laying female insects. With use over time, the mosquito population in the area should markedly decline.

Set up of the trap is simple, as is removing the dead bugs from their mesh capture chamber. Designed to be weather-proof, the trap includes three stakes for securing it to the ground. Keep in mind that the unit is most effective when placed 30-40 feet from the area you want to rid of mosquitoes, so it may require an extension cord or creative placement. Lentek also emphasizes that the trap is made for gradual, around-the-clock use, not for occasional or immediate extermination. Assembled, the trap stands 53-1/2 inches high and measures 18 inches in diameter at the base ring. It is UL-listed and comes with a one-year warranty. --Emily Bedard ... Read more


  • Measures 53-1/2 inches high; weighs 18 pounds
  • Propane/electricity-powered mosquito trap
  • Delivers up to 3/4-acre coverage
  • Up to 4 weeks of continuous operation on one tank of propane
  • Plugs directly into AC outlet with extension cord

14. FlowTron BF-35 15-Watt Black Light High Intensity Replacement Bulb for the BK-15D Bug Killer
list price: $16.00
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Asin: B00004R9W4
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Flowtron
Sales Rank: 1249
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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  • Yearly replacement recommended to retain maximum black light output
  • 15-watt, 7-1/2-inch bulb
  • Returns will not be honored on this closeout item
  • Limit 1 per order

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1-0 out of 5 stars Deader than the bugs
Worked fine, but lasted less than a year. Bummer. ... Read more

15. Lentek MM30G Bite Shield
list price: $24.99
our price: $17.99
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Asin: B000067DKA
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Lentek
Sales Rank: 1658
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  • Perfect for indoors or outdoors - can use with ac adapter
  • Portable, lightweight biting insect repellent produces a scent that biting insects hate
  • Effective to repel mosquitos, no see-ums, biting flies, and more
  • Each cartridge offers 120 hours of use - 15-foot radius of coverage outdoors
  • 2 cartridges included - clip on belt or place on any flat surface

16. Coleman 2950-700 Mosquito Deleto Complete System Refill
list price: $21.00
our price: $19.99
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Asin: B0000ATP2F
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Coleman
Sales Rank: 323
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Product Description

The high-pitched whine and bites are bad enough, but with the current West Nile Virus scare, it's more important than ever to avoid getting bitten by mosquitoes. Coleman's Mosquito Deleto System is a new technologically advanced, proven mosquito defense system that puts you in control of the outdoors. The Mosquito Deleto trap attracts and kill mosquitoes living in your yard. Mosquitoes are attracted to three things about humans and animals: carbon dioxide in breath, body heat, and faint odors. The Mosquito Deleto Trap lures mosquitoes to it by emitting heat, carbon dioxide and a special mosquito attractant called Octenol. The irresistible combination attracts mosquitoes to the trap where they are captured. . . never to bother you again! Place the trap away from where people gather for the duration of the mosquito season. The trap works over time to capture mosquitoes in your yard or camping area, whether you are there or not. Requires a 20-pound propane cylinder and one (1) AAA battery, both sold separately. ... Read more


  • Trap cartridge, with adhesive surface, traps, and kills mosquitoes
  • Includes one octenol cartridge, one patented scent refill, and two trap cartridges
  • Contains octenol for attracting mosquitoes
  • Patented cartridge design provides consistent release of Octenol during use
  • Inhibitors includes a patented scent which blocks mosquitoes from finding a host

17. Gnatrol - quart

Asin: B0002L2INY
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Valent
Sales Rank: 35416
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Product Description

A biological control for fungus gnat larvae. Uses a variety of bacillus thuringiensis bacteria to kill the larvae. Apply as a soil drench or add to the nutrient solution of your hydroponic system. Use 1 to 8 teaspoons per 10 gallons of water depending on severity of infestation. Does not kill adult fungus gnats, but once the larvae is killed, the adults will quickly die off. Can be used up to the day of harvest on all edible plants. ... Read more

18. SUNBEAM CM160 Electronic Mosquito Repeller
list price: $14.99
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Asin: B00006WNR5
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Sunbeam
Sales Rank: 326
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  • Emits multi-Frequency ultrasonic signals to drive away mosquitos
  • Completely portable - Uses three AA batteries (Included) - for indoor and outdoor use
  • Effectively covers an area up to 75 square feet
  • Unit dimensions - 2.75 x 1.75 x 3.25

19. Pure Neem Seed Oil - 8oz

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Asin: B0002L2IP2
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Gardens by Nature
Sales Rank: 97630
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Product Description

AT LAST! A solution to your persistent insect problems. 100% Pure Neem Oil is an organic and natural oil extracted from the Indian Neem tree, which has proven to be harmless to humans and warm-blooded animals, fish, birds and non-targeted beneficial insects such as honey bees, spiders and so on. Neem oil works by interfering with the insect's ability to molt. If a growing insect cannot molt, it will not reach sexual maturity and will therefore be unable to mate and reproduce. This means that within one to three life cycles, all the insects will die of old age and there will be no more eggs left to hatch. Neem oil will solve your bug problems once and for all! Can be used up to the day of harvest on all edible plants. ... Read more

20. Bug Off! Adult Biting Insect Repelling Wrist Band
list price: $2.75
our price: $3.99
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Asin: B0000537HK
Catlog: Health and Beauty
Manufacturer: Bug Off!
Sales Rank: 6618
Average Customer Review: 3.83 out of 5 stars
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Book Description

Don't let annoying mosquitoes, gnats, black flies, "no-see-ums", and other annoying insects ruin your enjoyment of the great outdoors.  Simply remove the Bug-Off Insect Repelling Wrist Band from its reusable container and slip it around your wrist or ankle and its' secretly formulated aroma will reduce the annoyance caused by these unfriendly pests.

The Bug-Off Insect Repelling Wrist Band is perfect for:

Gardening, Cookouts, Picnics, Outdoor Sporting Events, Hiking, Camping, Fishing, Auto Races and anywhere else you want to enjoy the great outdoors.

Bug-Off is non-toxic, ozone safe, will not stain clothing and is waterproof.  There is nothing to apply, no liquid mess, long around kids, pets and adults.

Made in China

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  • Please read all label information on delivery
  • Remove the Bug-Off Insect Repelling Wrist Band from its reusable container and slip it around your wrist or ankle
  • Secretly formulated aroma repels airborne pests
  • Non-toxic, ozone safe, will not stain clothing, and waterproof
  • Safe around kids, pets and adults

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars This is a product I feel good about ...
This is a product I feel good about using. Instead of using a chemical like DEET (known to have side effects), this product uses essential oils. (It's always great when a company takes the initiative to make a product friendly to both humans and the environment!) Furthermore, as an avid gardener, I had numerous opportunities to experiment with this product,. It worked like a wonder. I strongly endorse this wristband for anyone who enjoys spending time outdoors. A truly fine product.

3-0 out of 5 stars I really wanted to love this product. I ...
I really wanted to love this product. I hate spraying myself with insect repellent, so a simple bracelet was a great solution. I really wanted to love the Bug Off! Wrist Band, but I didn't. I wore it outside for several evening walks and bugs didn't bother me, so it may be quite effective. But the very strong citronella odor was very annoying. If you don't mind walking around smelling like a citronella candle, then this might be for you. I think I'll wait until they come out with the odorless version.

3-0 out of 5 stars This product seemed to help me although I'm ...
This product seemed to help me although I'm not usually a big target for bugs. My husband, whom bugs like, didn't see a lot of difference when he wore it. I like anything that doesn't involve spraying stuff on me -- so the concept is good.

4-0 out of 5 stars This product was a lot easier to use ...
This product was a lot easier to use than sprays or lotions. It was very convenient and very effective. I'll continue to use this product. I'd also like to try it on my children, since mosquitoes are terrible this year.

4-0 out of 5 stars I think this product actually worked! So many ...
I think this product actually worked! So many insect repellent products make claims that aren't true. This one lives up to its claims. The mosquitoes are terrible here and I had no problem with them as long as I was wearing this bracelet. The odor is a little strong at first, like a citronella candle, and the bracelet is a little chunky. But overall, considering it kept the bugs away, I'd say it's a great product and I'll buy others for my family. ... Read more

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