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Pestbye Battery Operated Electronic Ultrasonic Cat Repeller Repellent Scarer

by Pestbye
158 customer reviews
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  • Sends out a very loud noise at a frequency that cats can hear but is too high for most humans to hear. This is thought to be both annoying and frightening to the cats but should not affect birds - also audible to dogs and foxes
  • Fully waterproof, it can be left out in any weather
  • Battery powered, it's easy to install by pushing into the ground using the stake supplied, or it can be screwed to a wall or fence
  • Requires four AA batteries. Battery life depends on how many times the device is activated, but we expect last 3-4 months assuming 10 activations per day. Batteries are not supplied as standard
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Product Description

The repeller comes with an infra-red (PIR) motion sensor which turns the device on when a warm body enters the controlled area. With the motion sensor, the theory is that cat learns to associate the noise with its own movement and is therefore much less likely to stop become desensitized to the noise.

The device covers an 80 degree arc, to a distance of up to 23ft(7m), giving a total unobstructed working area of 184sq ft.

Unlike most other repellers this allows you to cover a smaller area with the sensitivity dial. The repeller will give you the full 7m if the dial is fully round to the right; to decrease the distance turn to the left; this will help increase battery life as the repeller will cover the distance you want it to.

If cats have a habit of feeding and fouling in your garden, it may take longer to achieve the desired effect.
If you have a dog, it may be affected if it is allowed in the same part of the garden. The sound doesn't travel well through walls and fences, so it should not affect a dog in the house or a neighbour's dog.
As with all methods involving animal behaviour, we can't guarantee effectiveness in every situation, however feedback from customers suggests that this device is effective in many situations.

The device allows the changing of the frequency of the ultrasonic noise, potentially making it possible to target animals with hearing in different ultrasonic ranges, such as foxes and dogs.

Dimensions: Height 10.5cm, Width 10.5cm, Depth 4.7cm.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.9 x 4.1 x 4.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004SGC75S
  • Item model number: PB0032A
  • Batteries 4 AA batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (158 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,247 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here


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63 of 64 people found the following review helpful By L. Grant on February 25, 2013
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I purchased this product instead of the Cat Stop Ultrasonic Cat Repeller that I have bought in the past. I have a feral cat issue in my yard and thanks to Oregon feral cat programs I have little to say about this cat's freedom. I have tried to work with the owners but that did not resolve the issue. I had two Cat Stop devices and thought I'd try (mostly desperation) a concentrated effort of the two in the corner normally occupied by this cat. I have no real animosity toward the cat but I don't attract birds to my yard to be killed by a cat. The concentrated effort seemed to do the trick but this cat decided he'd stake out a new spot in the yard. I went to buy another Cat Stop device and saw this one on Amazon and liked the reviews and tried it out. I like it better for three reasons. First, it uses a metal stake that is screwed to the body. The Cat Stop is all plastic and it is hard to get the stake into dry ground (yes it is dry occasionally in Oregon) without damaging the stake or the clips that hold the extended stake. The metal stake is easier to install into the ground and being screwed to the body I feel it is more sturdy and less likely to snap. Second, I like that the battery compartment has a rubber seal and the cover is screwed to the unit. One of the Cat Stop covers was blown off the unit--by a leaf-blower or wind. I'm not sure how but I will give Comtech credit for replacing that while it was under warranty. However I feel it can potentially happen again and I'd have to pay for the replacement. The lack of a seal around the compartment door also makes it susceptible to moisture (i.e. Oregon when it isn't dry).Read more ›
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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Jason Anderson on August 21, 2013
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Let me start off by saying that I am an electrical engineer, and I am (sporadically) working on building my own device to deter cats. That being said, I won't likely be able to build something effective with a weatherproof enclosure for less than $25, and I need something now so I figured I'd give the Pestbye a shot.

I have four male cats. They all like to walk on our cars and at least one of them has been leaving prints on my neighbors' truck. Right out of the box, I could tell there may be no single product that will work on all cats. Two of my cats were obviously put off by the sound of this product. As soon as I put they batteries in, they immediately wanted out of the house and when I followed to install it in the yard, they got out of sight. However, soon after setting it up in front of the vehicles, I found one of the cats laying on top of my truck! I pulled the Pestbye down and used it to chase him off, but it seemed to be only a minor annoyance.

Time will tell if prolonged exposure will prove to be enough to train my cats to avoid the cars, and hopefully the other two cats won't become accustomed to it! I will continue to update this review and post my long-term results. Pay no attention to the people who say it doesn't work. It clearly does, but your results may vary.

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I'm updating this review to address my disappointment that I couldn't get this product to work for me. After using it for a few months, I often walked outside to find all four cats laying on my truck. I still believe the theory is sound, but this product falls short. There are knobs to adjust the sensitivity of the motion detector and the frequency of the ultrasonic output. What it needs is a volume control so you can adjust the output power. I've taken mine apart (inevitable for electronics around my house) in hopes of hacking it into a suitable device.
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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By M. Jussaume on July 6, 2012
I purchased this product at the beginning of the summer because every year I have neighborhood cats hunting the birds at my feeders. I have two indoor cats of my own, and the outdoor cats would come up to the door and make them crazy. I now literally watch as the outdoor cats go around my yard, not through it. I'm so happy with the product that I'm going to get one for my dad, as he's having cats hunting at his feeders as well. A great purchase that's worth what I paid!
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 11, 2013
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We have six cats (don't ask). I have tried a number of different methods to keep them off the kitchen counters: Aluminum foil (they didn't even notice), spiked mats (they apparently thought they were massage mats), and automatic compressed air sprayers (Scaaaat! - worked, but the refills are so $$$$$). So I was skeptical about this repellant, but I needed to find something.

I set it up last night, pointed so that it covers the whole counter top. The cats have stayed off for more than 24 hours so far. In fact, their favorite thing, sitting on the counter over the dishwasher (warms the counter during the dry cycle), was not enticing enough to cause them to defy this repellant. I am thrilled!

Every cat is different, and undoubtedly there are some who will scoff at this device and continue to go where they please, but for the price, I think it's worth a try. It seems to be doing the trick here!
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 20, 2013
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I have allergies: one of my worst is to cats. My sister lives in our upstairs and has a cat who prefers to be in my part of the house. Unfortunately, as soon as her cat steps into my space I have trouble breathing, coughing, chocking and shortness of breath. The first day I installed the device in my upstairs hallway, the cat noticed it and quickly developed a hearty respect for the apparently objectionable effects of getting anywhere near the device.

Now we can forget the plans for building walls to keep her cat out of my space and all is well. We are all happy, except for the cat.
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