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Zap Master The Original Electric Hand Held Bug Zapper, Black

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  • Kills insects on contact; Even fruit flies
  • Hand held for portability.The light only stays on when the button is pushed. It does not stay on all the time
  • Great for use in the home, at BBQ's, while camping, fishing, hiking, outdoor sporting events or parties
  • 2750-Volts runs through the "net" upon activation, killing pesky insects instantly
  • Kills bugs fast with No chemicals
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Product Description

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Zap Master RMBZ300P The Original Electric Hand Held Black Bug Zapper kills bugs instantly on contact. This handheld electronic variation of a fly swatter, is shaped like a tennis racket. When activated, 2750 volts of electricity runs through the "net" killing insects instantly upon contact. The Zap Master works with insects of any size, even fruit flies. Use it around the house and office or at your next outdoor event. The Zap Master Bug Zapper will clear away the pesky insects in a snap.

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  • Product Dimensions: 20 x 8.5 x 1.4 inches ; 8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B008G4AFDY
  • Item model number: RMBZ300P
  • Batteries 2 AA batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (408 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,970 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

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Customer Reviews

Man this is fun to use!
Pericombobulation53
I bought three zappers . . . one for me and two as "gifts." Neither of the ones I gave to my friends worked.
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I love the sound it makes a bug gets zapped.
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40 of 43 people found the following review helpful By myexperience on February 6, 2013
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At first we swatted at the bugs with it. Does NOT work that way.

We have flies here that land on the flyswatter you are trying to hit them with.

Then one day I decided to kind of wave it slowly behind me as I walked from the fence to the house. ZAP!

It's battery operated. You must hold the button down to make it work. It's a good design so you don't leave it on and run the batteries down.

At night we wave it around the outside light to get rid of any flying bugs that might go in the house when we go in.

We keep one in the garage and one on the back porch and one in the house.

We also use a "Black Flag FLY Stick", hung from a hook near the back porch light. It eliminates a lot of bugs.

Please do NOT use on bees--we need bees.

DON'T USE IT OVER FOOD. Bugs will drop dead right in your food.

NOT for large bugs.
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42 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Tom on January 14, 2013
Number of Items: 1 Verified Purchase
I've had several different bug zappers over the years, and this one seems to be the best.

I had a sudden outbreak of fruit flies and found that the other zappers I had didn't have a fine enough mesh to consistently kill, with the flies often going through between wires. This one doesn't have that problem.

This also has a LOT more power than the other zappers I've tried, with a loud CLACK and flash following every well aimed swing. The kill rate is essentially 100%.

The biggest problem with this zapper is that it scares the dog and my kids. My daughter said it should be considered a military weapon.

I'm sure there are other good zappers out there, but this is by far the best I've tried. I'll stick with this one going forward.
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31 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Anthony J. TOP 500 REVIEWER on January 18, 2014
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The enemy is swarming about the power source, all the while sending biters on missions to probe my sensitive spots. I raise my hammer and SNAP!!! One down. I switch hands and take out two more in parallel formation with precision SNAPSNAP but I've got bogeys all around me so I get aggressive and wade into their squadrons. The sky is alight and ozone fills the air as fiends of all flying persuasion are brought down by the dozens. When the battle's over and the smoke clears, I'm alone and can get back to what I was doing in my garage.

I'm back to buy a dozen so I never get caught unaware and so I can train with two at a time. This takes 2 AA batteries (not included) and its overall length is just short of 20 inches. The killing field is about 7 by 9 inches and the grid is about 1/2 inch diamond shapes. Any portion of an insect contacting this grid and the much smaller inner grid gets zapped and after testing it with my pinky I can tell you it's quite a zap! There is a red LED that comes on when you push the button or to let you know you need batteries, which will last you a long time.

I came back to read this in context and I'm astounded. It's cheap? They are correct! Find a $40 model and maybe it won't be, but I've whacked solidly against objects and even had it fly out of my hand 20 feet and have yet to have one quit on me. I wrote this review after purchasing mine for $14 and the dozen were $7 and the only difference was cosmetic. I also read that you want to know the size of bugs it zaps and I can tell you, it's from no-see-ums to medium sized moths but with the grids as described the extremes aren't 100% sure kills. My short story is absolutely true, I just didn't mention the times that I miss the flies and opted for a more colorful experience. A tip for you...
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31 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Jeroboam Bramblejam on July 7, 2012
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Enjoy the sport of Insecticide?... Hate the toxicity of insecticides?...
This well-made electronic tennis racket transforms any airborne insect (or raindrop!) into an amusingly noisy, sparkly celebration of death - sort of like "Carousel" in the film Logan's Run.
This lightweight device consists of an electronic circuit that converts 3 volts (2 AA batteries in handle) to a safe 2,750 volts which is applied (by momentary thumbswitch) to a series of three metal grids (which replace the catgut); any conductive object bridging between the inner screen and the outer screen on either side, suffers not the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune, but the happy-happy-joy-joy misfortune of scoring in this new sport!
Note that this device has the capacity to ignite flammable materials that intrude within the grid while the momentary button is being pressed. The only rule for this sport is respect for the technical capabilities of the racket.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By russell sahm on June 29, 2013
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Tried other models. They were poorly designed and poorly built. Wife uses her Zap Master often. Still works good. Well made and well designed.
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Gary M. Fishkin on August 9, 2013
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When I pressed the button for the first time, the only way I knew it was on was by the little red light, and it seemed so innocuous. Then I swatted it at a fly, and ZAP!!!! My wife jumped upstairs from my shrieks of joy, as the fly sparked and fried. I've fricassee and frizzle a couple more, with immense joy. The dead buggies fall into the netting, so you can dump them in the garbage, instead of them falling on the floor or the furniture.
If you couldn't tell, I love this bug zapper, and you can't beat it at this price. Buy it!
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10 of 14 people found the following review helpful By JosephK on June 11, 2013
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I hate bugs with a passion. I however don't like to squash them with a normal fly swatter. When the bug hits the mesh, it makes a bright flash and a loud, satisfying crack. I don't actively seek out bugs with it, but if they come in the house, they're going to be electrocuted.
At first, I thought mine was broken. It turns out, there were two problems. First, the battery compartment has this weird divider that causes the batteries to not contact both terminals. This was resolved by a hard hit across the batteries, pushing them neatly into place. Some electric flyswatters only require you to push the button to charge the capacitors, then you can release the button. On this model, you have to hold the button if you want to zap any bugs. This isn't really a problem, it is just different.
Another thing to note: this is one of those flyswatters with three layers of mesh. In order for the bug to be electrocuted, it has to make contact with one of the outer layers of mesh and the middle layer. The layers are held apart by a plastic grill that prevents you from accidentally shorting out your swatter.
The materials used on this swatter feel terrible though. It is about the cheapest feeling plastic known to man. I can look past this though, because I don't spend a great deal of time fondling it. I have used it multiple times every day for the past few weeks, and the rechargeable batteries I used still deliver a potent shock. It doesn't seem to be draining the batteries very quickly.
I definitely recommend this to anybody who hates bugs as much as I do. This just explodes their wings, so there are no bug guts anywhere. Just a little burnt body that falls helplessly to the ground. The mesh is large enough that it doesn't always hit fruit flies and gnats on the first swing.
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