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Burgess 1443 40-Ounce Outdoor Propane Insect Fogger

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  • Burgess Foggers give you immediate, effective, long lasting control of mosquitoes and flies
  • Ideal for use before backyard picnics, barbeques, outdoor parties, pool parties and special events
  • Fog in minutes and be bug free for hours
  • Propane powered for ultimate portability, uses tall canister
  • Dispenses 10-foot cone of oderless fog to immediately clear bugs from area; 1-year warranty
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  • Product Dimensions: 6.9 x 15.5 x 11.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000HMA7OK
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: 1443
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (277 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #248 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

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Completely portable, this lightweight thermal propane-powered fogger is the most economical way to kill mosquitoes and biting flies. Kills mosquitoes that may carry West Nile Virus. Use before backyard picnics, barbecues, outdoor parties and special events. Features 40 oz. container, uses standard propane cylinder (not included) and has a trigger lock which prevents accidental dispensing of insecticide. Takes just minutes to fog an average size yard. For outdoor residential use only.


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Makes for enjoyable evenings without mosquitoes around.
Rob Forrest
Had another neighbor buy one for himself when he saw how well it worked.
Janice W. Godwin
This one lights easily, heats up quick and really puts out some fog.
intexas

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326 of 346 people found the following review helpful By SolarCoordinates on June 28, 2012
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I have mostly only good things to say about this product. On the one hand, if you didn't tell me what this thing did, I'd guess that it'd only cost $50. (They lowered the price from $63 to $58 after I wrote this review... HAH!) The plastic that forms the handle could be thicker. Everything else is pretty satisfactory, however, and I'm more than willing to overpay by $13 to get rid of these damn Asian Tiger mosquitoes, which I, after much careful study, have determined to be harbingers of the Apocalypse. I get about 10 bites a day and hate them with a passion. (For those unfamiliar with the Asian Tiger mosquito, imagine a normal mosquito that is more pervasive [they sneak inside your home with ease], more patient [they'll stalk you for hours], more intelligent [they will go away for 15 minutes if you swat at them and miss, and they will often just wait until you go to sleep], much more difficult to get rid of [the consensus seems to be that CO2 traps don't attract them unless supplemented with other attractants, citronella candles serve only as speed bumps, and they sometimes even ignore DEET], harder to see, and whose bite not only itches more than a normal mosquito, but also burns like an ant bite. In short, they are almost as annoying as fleas but far more difficult to get rid of. They are absolute b--tards and pose a more significant threat than al-Qaeda, Communists, mountain lions, mad cow disease, cyanide-producing grass, and even politicians [perhaps I got a little carried away with that last one.]) Seeing as how I got a West Nile notice taped on my door about 16 hours after my fogger arrived, I was even more confident in my purchase of this here brightly colored contraption.Read more ›
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117 of 122 people found the following review helpful By Stephen R. Winham on May 29, 2010
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I originally purchased a Black Flag fogger at a local chain hardware store because it was the only one available and was touted as the equivalent of the Burgess. Don't believe it!!! The first Black Flag had to be returned to the factory after 2 uses with a significant hassle and lengthy wait for its replacement which appeared to be "refurbished". Then the replacement gave out after about 6 uses, so I said to heck with it and ordered the Burgess from Amazon at about the same cost as the Black Flag. Every single thing about it is superior to the Black Flag - it is easy to fill, easy to use, works precisely the way it is supposed to - what more could you ask? Oh, did I mention, it kills and repels insects for siginificant periods of time and I live in a rural sub-tropical area? Ironically, it uses and came with Black Flag fogging fluid which is good.
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41 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Ironhorse on July 10, 2013
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I have tried all the rest on the market and this one is the best!...A little secret about the reservoir. If you substitute a small mouth pint canning jar, which by the way fits the Burgess threads perfectly, you can fix having to keep the original 40oz. half full of fogger liquid, thus eliminating having to fill and empty the huge capacity one which can be a very messy pain in the Butt!!!...note, your not suppose to leave the unit full of fogger fluid for any length of storage, plus using the pint canning jars, you can simply unscrew and put a jar lid on the unused portion of fogger liquid for future use. You can fill another pint jar full of Kerosene for running through your fogger for storage use, which coats pumper parts and stops any corrosion from happening for long term storage use,... 2wks up to a year?. Good luck and quit getting bit!
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114 of 132 people found the following review helpful By CKE TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 9, 2012
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The Burgess Outdoor Propane Insect Fogger is a great way to help you regain some of your outdoor living space. There are a variety of options, but I am not a big fan of bug sprays, Citronella candles are barely effective, and devices like the Mosquito Magnet are non-toxic but very expensive. My new favorite method is to use the Burgess Fogger.

My Thoughts-

- It is effective, especially if used every few days as a systemic approach to reducing the entire mosquito population. You may still see an occasional mosquito, but their population seems to be cut by about 90%.

- There is a slight smell - not really an odor, but more like the smell of burning oil (think of an oil lamp)

- The propane tanks are very inexpensive

- The Black Flag solution is required, and it is tough to find. I have looked for it at Lowes, Target, Walmart, and a local hardware store without nay luck. I have come to expect that the only place I will be able to buy it is on Amazon.

- The 40oz tank is too big. This really is my biggest complaint. A 32oz bottle of Black Flag will only 80% fill the bottle, but the pump on the Burgess unit essentially needs it to be about 50% full so that the pump will reach the solution. This is unfortunate, because it means that at about 50% you will need additional solution.

- Having said that - the Burgess fogger is very economical in its use of Black Flag solution. I am able to cover an acre or so with only about 4-5oz per application.

- Seems to work on all of the annoying bugs - Mosquitos, flies, and gnats. However, it seems to not have any effect of bees, butterflies, and lightning bugs. How awesome is that?

- I have asked my neighbors if they mind if I fog their yards too.
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