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Bed Bug ClimbUp® Interceptors (pack of 12) passive traps for bed legs

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  • ClimbUp® insect interceptor, an innovative tool to monitor bed bugs in human-occupied structures.
  • Traps any bed bugs coming to or going from your bed.
  • Traps Bed Bugs from crawling up beds and furniture legs
  • Aids in identifying and battling a bed bug infestation.
  • Get rid of bed bugs and kill all bed bug problems with the eco-friendly ClimbUp® Insect Interceptor
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Product Description

ClimbUp® is a pesticide free bed bug monitor and trapping device. Bed bugs trying to crawl to you as you sleep are trapped in the ClimbUp® well before they can get up the leg. This is a favorite of Pest Control Professionals. We sell quantiy packs of 4, 8 and 12. Fits post feet 3.75 diameter or less.

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  • Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0028Z0LDQ
  • Item model number: 12Climbup
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (172 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #631 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
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Customer Reviews

Very thin plastic, under a standard bed frame with castors, on carpet, these crack as soon as you get in bed.
Dawnah J. Durkee
I have no worries at all that any bedbugs (if around) will get to me when I have these on my bed and that is a great feeling to have.
L. Shah
So I give them 3 stars because the product does work, but took away two stars because they are far from durable.
sharon f

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

129 of 136 people found the following review helpful By BugGuy(812) on January 25, 2011
So after reading several of these reviews i felt is was only my duty to express my own opinion. Being a pest control professional i use this product on a weekly (often even daily) basis, and in my opinion, it is the best detection option available. with a visual inspection its 'ok if the bed bugs are somewhere i can visibly see at this moment then I'll be able to find them', where as with the climb-ups, if you keep them on and keep your bedding off the ground and bed off the wall, then there is a 95% they (climb-ups) will find the possible infestation in a 7 day period. Of course there's also the bed-bug sniffing dogs, but i've seen several misses performed by them and false positives. Quite honestly, something that important i wouldn't trust in the nose of even the most well trained canine.

REGARDING the physical dimensions/flaws of this product:

Every situation is different, meaning some situations are going to require modifications depending on circumstances.

Example: you have a carpeted bedroom and a bed with rolling wheels. Well, obviously the weight of the bed and someone sleeping on it will puncture the climb-up in this condition, so find a hard surface like a book, piece of wood, hard piece of plastic, or whatever you come up with that will cover the underside of the climb-up. Grab some duct tape and tape them up together (keeping the top side clear). then reapply them underneath the bed.

Example: you have a headboard that has larger legs then climb up size will fit, well even if you can get them on 2 of the bed legs, bed bugs are not smart enough to know the climb-up is on there, so if there is an infestation the likelyhood of you trapping something is still high.
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64 of 69 people found the following review helpful By VM on January 15, 2010
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I guess they work in principle, but these are made from such cheap, flimsy plastic... on carpet, they cracked within a week. May work if you are on hard flooring (seems obvious now). I guess I assumed for the price, these would be heavy duty and durable. Price should probably be more like $15-$20. Again, they may work, but I definitely feel ripped off for the price.
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45 of 50 people found the following review helpful By michael on January 23, 2012
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I bought these to deal with an infestation between three people, all in different rooms in a one floor apartment. As long as you keep your bed separated from the wall, curtains and other things that allow the bugs to bypass these, you are fine. One roommate had the infestation first and me and another roommate got them. They seemed to be traveling back and forth. After spraying down the furniture for a while, it became unbearable as that only drove them out. I would stay up with the light on at 3-6am just to spot them. I got a 12 pack for the three beds but found that the main infested room's bed had four support legs under the boxspring in addition to the legs on the frame. This roommate brought them here and wouldn't contribute to buy more so... screw her. haha. I put them on mine and the other roomie's beds and we haven't been bitten since. I would give the remain four to the infest queen except that it wouldn't do any good if she has another 4 legs to protect and this stuff gets expensive. I think that we must have gotten them all though because they haven't bitten any of us in over a month and I've trapped some in these things plus killed any roaming ones when I wasn't protected/ was in a state of survival mode while sleep deprived.

I have carpeting and noticed that the rollers for the bed frames were rolling and deforming the climbups. So I got some wood tiles from home Depot and drilled a screw in the center of each climbup through the tiles. They are made of flimsy material but they bend rather than break unless there's no real support from underneath. As for the rollers, its a pain but I'm considering some sort of wheel lock or caster well to keep them from moving.
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37 of 46 people found the following review helpful By L. Shah on July 28, 2011
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I had battled with bedbugs on 3 separate occasions in the same apartment over the last 3 years and have tried many many products so read on for some seasoned advice/information.

The traps absolutely do work in catching bedbugs. I made sure that my bed did not touch the wall and that the sheets did not touch the floor. I had become accustomed to doing this before using the traps so it wasn't difficult for me, and it is necessary for the traps to work.
I did not find anything in the traps for about three months and was doubting if they worked, but eventually I saw a bedbug and then found about 1-2 per week for about month before I finally moved to a bedbug free building. I have wood floors and a king size bed in both apartments and have not had a tray crack yet (about 7 months), nor have I had a problem with the powder bunching up, however I try not to move my bed too much. They are a bit large and stand out but that is my only very minor problem with them. I have no worries at all that any bedbugs (if around) will get to me when I have these on my bed and that is a great feeling to have. I wish I had found these three years ago!!

Just an FYI - I found that these traps together with that powder (I don't think I am aloud to give the brand name) are the absolute best in actually controlling bedbugs. The sprays kill on contact but don't do much else, and getting professionally sprayed only lasts for a year (they would return routinely about 10-11 months after the previous spray).
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