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Koolatron BV01 Rechargeable Cordless Handheld Bug Vacuum

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  • Bug vacuum, made for bug control a cordless vacuum that has been designed to remove insects cleanly and efficiently.
  • Nozzle extends to reach insects in high corners & high ceiling homes.
  • Safety interlock disables grid voltage on the BV01 when wand is removed for insect disposal.
  • Charging stand with LED charge indicator
  • High voltage grid built into the base kills bugs safely
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 7 x 6.8 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000AMVOWQ
  • Item model number: BV01
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (245 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,318 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

No more chasing bugs around your home. Bug Vacuum creates a stylish, high-powered suction that captures unwanted pests. A trap door feature securely traps captures pest, insects within the nozzle and prevents them from flying back out. It is a safe, efficient and non-toxic alternative to costly, toxic bug sprays in your home. The Bug Vacuum is an easy, efficient and non-toxic way to control bugs, insects and other pests that fly or crawl. Bug vacuum, made for bug control a cordless vacuum that has been designed to remove insects cleanly and efficiently. The high-powered vacuum assembly is strong enough to pick up any type of insect. The Bug Vacuum is a rechargeable hand-held vacuum unit. The Bug Vacuum is perfect for catching spiders or any other insect, pest etc. The flexible rubber tip makes it easy to use in corners as well as anywhere else. The Bug Vacuum is a must have for all homes or offices. A built in safety mechanism in the vacuum instantly deactivates the high voltage grid when the nozzle is removed for emptying. The convenient and stylish base keeps your Bug Vacuum fully charged and ready to use in an instant. All you have to do is place it in the base unit battery charger to recharge.


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Customer Reviews

It will not suck up Stink Bugs, it will not Kill stink bugs with the electrical zap.
The Warden
First let me say that this is the first time I've ever had a product motivate me to write a review.
RW
Upon reading the instruction manual it says to charge it for 24 hours before your first use.
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170 of 176 people found the following review helpful By Richard M Estel on September 2, 2006
I bought this for my elderly mother, who lives right at the edge of a tiny town, and has a parade of bugs across the living room all summer.

The unit is a bit heavy for a person with declining hand strength, and the handle is a bit too thick. It would be better if it had some type of grip where you put your hand through an opening.

It works OK for small and medium size bugs on the floor or wall. Mother has lots of cellar spiders, and it's hard to capture them, because they build webs where the wall meets the ceiling. The webs also get into the unit. She also had an attack of ants, but again, they tend to make their trail in hard to get at places. They also invaded the kitchen counter, but it's awkward to use the unit at that height.

The big problem is that it does not kill larger bugs. I left the unit with her for a week, and she picked up a black widow. When I opened the unit, the spider was alive and well, and had made an egg sac.

I tried it on some large bugs that invade my home each summer - so-called "water bugs," but I think they're a member of the cockroach family. It picks them up fine, but does not kill them.

So analyze your needs before you buy. If most of your bugs are on the floor, and you don't care if the unit kills them or not, it should be OK. Also consider your hand strength and ability to grip the fairly fat, tapered handle.
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125 of 130 people found the following review helpful By waynedoc on October 21, 2007
I bought this bug vacuum with low expectations; it is even worse than I expected. We had hoped to use it for the occasional stink bug. It is bulky with a massive charger. Its vacuum power is best described as a gentle breeze. The best way to get the bug in the device is to kill the bug using another device, pick up the bug and drop it in the bug vacuum hole. I have not written an online product review on Amazon before; this product is so bad I felt compelled to warn others!
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247 of 268 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 15, 2006
I hate spiders. If I see one inside, I can't let it leave it my sight without killing it. People tell me to catch them and let them go outside. That makes no sense to me - they always come back.

I didn't have much hope for this but thought I'd give it a try. So far I've encountered 3 spiders over the past 2 months - 2 fairly large spiders, and one small one. Each time the bug vacuum easily sucked the spiders up and - this is the best part - electrocuted them. Two of the spiders were sucked in and dead within about 2 seconds. The other kind of hung around on the wall for a few seconds with no way to get away, then violently flew into the vacuum and was shocked to death. If you turn the vacuum on and off a few quick times after the bug's been sucked in (and likely already dead), you'll see little sparks shoot off the bug's carcass. It's easy to use and there's no splatters left on the wall.

Don't listen to anyone who tells you spiders are our friends. That's what they want us to think. They all need to die, and this is the perfect weapon.

I'm doing my part - what about you?
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Shopper on March 16, 2011
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I order many items on Amazon and have learned that even products that have several negative reviews can end up being pretty good. That is not the case with the Lentek Bug Vacuum. Believe all the bad reviews. I don't know how anyone would give this a satisfactory review. Here are the details:

1. First, you receive and open the box and note how large the unit is. It is way larger than I thought it would be and is about the same size and much more noticeable than a good- sized hand held vacuum.

2. Upon reading the instruction manual it says to charge it for 24 hours before your first use. It also goes on to say that even when fully charged it only has a 5 minute running time and then you need to recharge it for--you guessed it-- another 24 hours. In reality, don't bet a dime that the unit will have any power left as it nears 5 minutes.

3. So I waited the 24 hours and then began to try and catch bugs. It's that time of year that we get a noticeable amount of Box Elder bugs in our home. So, armed with the Bug Vacuum, I set out to capture several bug near our window which is where they like to hang out. First, let me say that the suction of the unit is shameful even when fully charged. With my handheld vac, I can suck up marbles and washers. The Bug Vacuum barely sucked in the first bug I encountered even when tapping the bug and sliding the head of the vac over it several times. Forget about trying to use this device in corners or window ledges or anything else that is not completely flat. Another thing the genius's did who designed this was to make sure you can't take off the large head at the end of the collection tube to reach corners.
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46 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Gary Kelsey on September 12, 2006
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I have a lot of low-voltage lights on our house. Many colors and different wattages, which I dearly love. Unfortunately, the spiders also love to build webs on the siding because flying insects are attracted to the lights. One night I used my Panasonic vacuum (which I love) and got over 30! The motor chews them up and spits the pieces into the disposable bag--I've never had one survive! Nice jolly subject, right? Often, I have to hold the vacuum in one hand (20 lbs.) while using the hose with attachment in the other. This gives me over 3 ft. of reach and the suction is so great that the insect is "gone" within 1" of the brush. OK, the Lentek is rechargeable, doesn't have a power cord and is lite (albeit unwieldly). After charging for a day the unit would pick up a 1/8" spider but nothing larger. After a minute of operation the suction is down by about half and you won't get anything then. Yes, I'm back to the Panasonic and the Lentek?---the "round file"!!
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