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Knock their lights out. Keep bugs away from your next barbecue without resorting to unsafe insect sprays with the Charcoal Companion Amazing Handheld Bug Zapper. It's environmentally safe…unless you're a bug. The handheld bug zapper, shaped like a tennis racket, kills insects when they touch the surface of the net via an electric current. The net is made of 46 carbon steel wires. The zapper operates on two AA batteries (not included); for safety, it activates when you simultaneously press the two buttons on its handle. The bug zapper is safe for either indoor or outdoor use; however, please exercise caution when the zapper is activated as it will cause a shock. This is not a toy. The whole zapper measures 18" by 6.4", while the head of the zapper measures 10.4" by 6.4".
Keep the bugs away from your next barbecue without resorting to unsafe insect sprays. Designed on the premise of a flyswatter, this handheld bug zapper is shaped like a tennis racket and kills insects on contact via an electric current when they touch the surface of the "net." The zapper operates on two AA batteries and, for safety, activates when you simultaneously press the two buttons on its handle. The bug zapper is safe for either indoor or outdoor use; however, people should exercise caution when the zapper is activated as it will cause a shock. --Cristina Vaamonde
Under powered. I receive it yesterday and took it out to front yard to try on a poor tiny spider. It took several tries to execute the poor critter. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Psaro
Not very comfortable in hand and with large hands the activation must be held past the end of handle and no dongle provided although there is a hole for one. Read morePublished 2 days ago by GaryE
no more bugs, and an unnecessary amount of time chasing around bugs. whether they have all been zapped and fried, or moved on to different more fruitful households, i've enjoyed... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Gen Furukawa
It works, but it's very fragile. I've now broken two of these, just from normal use (not abuse). In one case, the frame that held the wires broke. Read morePublished 3 days ago by DB
The product came with broken circuit inside. I put in two brand new batteries, and pressed BOTH buttons at the same time, as instructed...nothing happened!! Read morePublished 4 days ago by Sherri
The battery cover does not stay on and the batteries fall out. I know use masking tape to hold it on. It works for flies most of the time.Published 5 days ago by Ann G.