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INADAYS InaTrap Electronic Insect Killer and Elegant Night Light - Blue

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  • Winner of 2012 Taiwan Excellence Award ,Made in Taiwan
  • One-year Limited Manufacturer Warranty
  • Life span of LED Light Bulb / Fan : 20,000 / 50,000 hours
  • 3 Stage on/off functions (on, 12hr cycle, off), Gently LED light brilliance, 100% Noiseless operation
  • One touch provides continuous, uninterrupted operation
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Product Details

Color: Blue
  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 12.4 x 8.3 inches ; 2.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0085OHCEK
  • Item model number: ACS-03GR330-BL
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (85 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,537 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

Color: Blue



InaTrap Electronic Insect Killer / Zapper and Elegant Night Light



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Customer Reviews

Product is not only stylish, but most importantly works very well.
Shopper
I've had the Inadays trap for 2 weeks, running it day and night, and have not caught one Tiger Mosquito, only a few larger "regular" mosquitos and a bunch of moths.
Orsen Buggy
The light attracts insects but then they hang out in the collection container like its a spa for insects.
Elsie

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

53 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 23, 2012
Color Name: Blue Verified Purchase
Although a bit pricey I decided to buy two of these to try as the mosquito population in my house is exploding as it does occasionally. I normally just use electric rackets to zap them as they come near. I have the lamps running 24 hrs a day expecting them to work best late at night and when I am not home.

Well I was dubious at first but they did actually start to trap mosquitoes from day one. I went ahead and used the stearic acid trick right away so actually don't know how well they work on their own. I still have to have the rackets nearby but instead of killing maybe 10 mosquitoes to make the room usable, that's down to now 3 or 4.The machine has been on only 3 days now so those numbers may come down over the next two weeks.

Overall I'd say I'm happy but there are a couple of issues besides the price:

-the insects are alive and once the fan goes off there's the potential for them to fly up and out but the screen makes it a little difficult. I have to move quickly to clean it. I hope the wire mesh on the front doesn't start to rust from cleaning.
-the adapter plug is very sensitive and small movements make it lose the connection and switch off.
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48 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Jerry P. Danzig TOP 1000 REVIEWER on July 17, 2012
Color Name: Blue Verified Purchase
I had been looking for a convenient and compact indoor flying insect trap to replace a larger unit I have that lures bugs using black light and drowns them by blowing them into a drawer filled with soapy water.

The large unit works, but the fan is noisy and the chores of adding water and cleaning out the drawer are a hassle.

I saw this InaTrap in a gadget blog and was intrigued. The trap features a handsome mushroom-like design with a compact footprint, and I like the dual lure of the light plus the CO2 scent. I also appreciate not having to deal with a drawer of soapy water!

At any rate, I can report that after two weeks of use, the machine seems to be doing its job effectively. I live in New York City, where flying insects are not a major nuisance, but we have had our share of mosquitoes this year, as well as some no see ums that bit me pretty good a few weeks back, along with the usual house and fruit flies and moths.

Well, I haven't seen any of these critters flying around my apartment since I started using the trap, and when I emptied the trap compartment today, I was surprised to see that the machine had even caught some moths, which I would have thought were too large to get sucked in by the silent fan here.

Buyers should be aware, however, that the instructions advise NOT using the machine in your bedroom while you sleep. They say that the human body gives off ten times the amount of CO2 that this machine does, meaning that the machine can't compete with your body when it comes to attracting biting insects. Instead the instructions suggest running the unit in a different room while you're sleeping and running it in your bedroom for a few hours before you go to sleep.
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Color Name: Blue
I hate mosquitos, and they seem to really like me! If I am outside after dark I must have a welcome sign on my back that glows in the dark and says, "Eat Here". It always bothered me but since the influx of West Nile Virus it makes me even more concerned. In 2011, 95% of the USA had reported human disease cases of West Nile Virus. If you have a home where children and pets are in and out of the house all day then you also get mosquitoes into your home. This nicely designed product is able to attract and kill them before they can bother you.

This is a stylish device that looks like a lamp or nightlight. It is lit by a very small CCFL (Cold-Cathode Fluorescent Lamp) that emits a blue or violet light that attracts the insects into the lamp. A special chamber creates a vortex driven by a small, fast spinning, computer fan that is virtually silent. The insects are drawn through the fan and into a removable drawer that holds the dead insects. (I have attached some photos of the product for your review)

This is designed to kill the insects that get into your home without spraying chemicals or having other potentially dangerous types of insect zappers inside your home.

Installation:

* The ideal place to set the lamp is near the entry way into your home that is used the most as that will be the primary way the insects gain entrance.
* Ideally the lamp should be set on a table or a cabinet at least 2 feet off of the floor.
* It comes with an AC adapter to power the device.

Use:

* I was given a sample of the GR-331 which features an LED touch ON/Off switch.
* One touch of the LED switch turns it green and the lamp will run for 12 hours and shut off.
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32 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Orsen Buggy on August 30, 2012
Color Name: Blue Verified Purchase
I have been overrun by Tiger Mosquitos for the last 2 years. They are little mosquitos with distinctive black and white stripes, and are on the hunt all day long. I can stand in my back yard in West Virginia for 10 minutes, any time of day, and kill 10 to 15 Tiger Mosquitos that have landed on my legs and arms. If you spray yourself with Deet, a Tiger Mosquito will simply land on a spot that wasn't sprayed. Very annoying little critters.

I've had the Inadays trap for 2 weeks, running it day and night, and have not caught one Tiger Mosquito, only a few larger "regular" mosquitos and a bunch of moths.
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