The Executioner Fly Swat Wasp Bug Mosquito Swatter Zapper
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- Genuine branded Executioner™ * Not a Cheap Copy *
- Built to last, Made with ABS Plastic not brittle recycled plastic
- 2 AA batteries included
- Fully CE Approved and Trading Standards Passed
- Top quality, our racket is built to last!
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Simply press the button and swing, once the Fly, Wasp or Bug touches the screen it will be instantly Zapped unlike the 3 layer rackets who often have to try several times to get a Zap because of the dead outer layers
Superb Build Quality Genuine branded Executioner Not a cheap copy
Ideal for Home, Office, Camping, BBQ's and any outdoor activities where Flying bugs bother you
Instant Zap Single Layer 1.2mm Zinc Steel Grill Made with ABS Plastic not brittle recycled plastic
Positive on and off button with LED warning light and instant off once button released
Very High Quality Electronics which have been tested to over 100,000 Zap's
Ideal for a gift Our Racket comes with FREE 2 AA Branded Alkaline Batteries
Fully CE Approved and UK Trading Standards Passed
Top Quality, our racket is built to last!
WARNING: This product is powered by Alkaline batteries As with all Alkaline batteries, these could explode or leak, if recharged, disposed of in fire, mixed with a different battery type, inserted backwards, physically damaged or disassembled, this could cause burns or injury Replace all batteries at the same time Do not carry batteries loose in your pocket or purse. Do not remove the battery label. Visually check all batteries regularly, if there is any sign of damage or if a battery becomes excessively warm during use please dispose of outside in a metal container
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As I walked through my front doorway today, a little red jacket decided to anchor himself to my right shoulder and machine-gun sting me about 5 times. After squealing like a pig and running maniacally through my living room, I settled down a bit and tracked the little guy down on the tile floor of my living room. I'm not sure if he was snoozing in the afterglow or just rolling on his back with laughter, but he laid still enough for me to clobber him with a shoe. That was the end of that.
OR SO I THOUGHT.
Hours later, when I finally mustered the nerve to approach his corpse to dispose of it, he had VANISHED. I spent most of the rest of the day in fear, meticulously inspecting everything I touched and everywhere I stepped for fear of booby traps. Don't laugh, it has happened before. I finally spotted him clinging to a recessed spot on the interior molding of a window, probably fully understanding that I couldn't reach him there with another shoe. But, he was unaware that I owned... The Executioner.
I removed the racket from my gun safe, loaded it with fresh AA batteries, and approached him cautiously. Holding the trigger down, I slid the racket into an awkward angle against the window, just tight enough to bring the electrodes in contact with his right wing. With a loud SNAP, he was blasted off the window trim and landed on a tabletop below. He'd obviously taken some injuries earlier from the shoe, but he still had enough hatred left in his soul to writhe about in circles. I seized the opportunity and pinned him to the table with the racket, still holding the button with extreme prejudice.
The electric surges of the racket tossed him around like a Jiffy-Pop kernel, but he persevered. I kept on him, pop-zap-snapping electric blue until I began to smell the mephitic aroma of roasted wasp. For a few moments, he lay on his back with his legs curled to his chest, cockroach-style.
But still, he wasn't done. I slowly lifted the racket, and, I crap you negative, he slowly turned his head to stare right into my eyes, and began to use the one measly stump of an appendage that he could still control to pull himself directly toward me. If he still had a fist, I'm very sure he would have shaken it with the threat of revenge.
The racket, at least, had somewhat done its job. It had paralyzed him enough to where I could grab the old trusty shoe again and put the little sumbitch out of his misery.
But, isn't The Executioner a tool meant to make pest killing a convenience? It certainly didn't accomplish that in this case. Mosquitos, maybe. Flies, perhaps. Wasps, definitely not. They're just too meaty and ungodly to be fazed by a novelty like this.
P.S. May this little guy rest in peace. He was a worthy adversary.
ME: 6, yellow jackets: 0
All I do it lift the racket and activate and the stupid things fly right in to the racket... "POP!"
Seriously, this is really a better way to rid yourself of those irritating and disease ridden pests. Aerosol sprays can trigger asthma attacks, and as much as I detest files I really don't enjoy watching them in their death throes as they spin out in the ultimate bad trip. While it may be satisfying to know you are still quick enough to nail them with your bare hand that quickly loses its appeal after the first messy success. Traditional flyswatters seem to be designed to weaponize fly guts. You really didn't think that all that mess remained on the business side of the mesh did you?
With a 7" x 8" kill zone, your new sporting good wills make it easy to instantly incinerate the pests. In case you get too enthusiastic, its tennis racket shape is created from sturdy plastic so it is not likely to break off in your hand, unless off course you try and use it like a retro swatter. At first I was not sure if it would be easier to nail a fly on the fly than to ambush it while it is resting. No doubt about it. After a swipe or two you will never go back to the old way. You will quickly develop the technique of placing the zapper in the path of the fly's escape route. It is only deadly when it's powered on by pressing a normally of switch (button), so you don't have to worry if your kitten sniffs it or anything like that.
No time to write more. I have got to go leave the back door open....running out of flies really quick.