Extra Large 2400 Volts Hand Held All Seasons Bug Zapper
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- Patented Open End of the Racket Zapping Area for Corners and Ceilings.
- Patented LED Light, You Do Not have to hold Power Switch Button. Racket Power 3000 Volts.
- Double Strength Safety Screens. Uses two Rechargeable, Carbon or Alkaline Batteries. Your Choice.
- Packaging Opened and the Unit is Tested for Power, Screen Tightness, All Indicator Lights and Switches Work.
- 1 Year Guarantee with $7.50 testing, shipping and handling cost if it needs to be replaced.
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|Color||Black and Yellow|
|Item Dimensions||1 x 9 x 21 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||TIZ-3|
|Shipping Weight||0.65 pounds|
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The TIZ-3 has enough power to have the spark jump across the tiniest of insects unlike most other competitors models of Zappers. Ours kills Flees, Lice, Bed Bugs, Gnats, Fruit Flies, Mosquitoes, Fire Ants, Small up to large Roaches, House Flies, May Flies, Deer Flies, Horse Flies, Yellow Jacket Bees, Carpenter Bees, Hornets, Wasps, Spiders, Centipedes, Moths etc. Unit has a Patented Zapping Area on the end of the head that allows the user to Zap Spiders and Centipedes directly up on the ceiling or in the corners between the ceiling and the wall or the the wall and the floor. Just wipe it across the corners and hear snapping as you touch the Insects or Bugs. Use the front Zap Area when killing insects and roaches under appliances and cabinets. Just slide under the cabinet or appliance and when you hear a ZAP Noise you know there was something under there that shouldn't be. Every unit is FULLY TESTED that is why we have a 4.8 star rating. In Previous Years We Sold to Other Companies that did not test before shipping. We have sold over 38,000 Units as of MAY 31, 2016
Top customer reviews
The one I have in CA is still exploding moths and other bugs, the one I left in NH is still going strong.
Initially this worked as advertised. I bought it while on vacation in NH and mosquitoes were a problem. My friends had a weak AA powered version that would eventually electrocute the bugs. I thought they needed the up-rated version.
On arrival I inserted the two D cells and switched it on. A faint whine and the red light came on. OK. How about some bugs? A quick search and I found a mosquito in the kitchen. It took off as I approached it but one swipe and CRACK. It was gone. Not dead. Gone. You'd think it had gone through a work hole or something. Except for that crack and the flash from where it hit the grids. Well hello!
We had a couple of good nights zapping bugs. There are even lines on the outside end of the head, so you can stab it at bugs hiding at the edge of the ceiling and zap them too. It became apparent that after each CRACK there was a small shower of arms and legs and wings. Heh! It blows them to pieces. The fragments look like dust on the walls and can be dusted off. A bit gross but much better than having them sucking your blood.
My brother and friend tried hanging it up while they were outside and had the satisfaction of hearing many blood suckers immolate themselves.
On the third day there was a bump in the road. Powering on produced the red light but also a low crackling sound. Being an electrical and electronic engineer I am not concerned by high voltage problems, si I pulled the screws out of the handle and tried again. The circuit board was arcing in two spots. I bought 1 minute epoxy at the local hardware store and poured it over the areas that were arcing. Five minutes later the epoxy had cured and cooled and the arcing was gone. I wonder if this is the source of the failures other people saw?
For the next ten days we zapped everything we suspected of having interest in us, including several hundred mosquitoes. I left it in NH so I can't be certain of the long term quality of my repair. To me that isn't a big failing. I'd expect the manufacturer to have done a better job on something that hasn't just been released, but for me it was an easy fix. On the up side this is a very powerful and long lasting bug zapper... bug exploder. I can guarantee that it is 100% lethal on mosquitoes and will incinerate a moth that it couldn't explode with the initial zap. The only down side is that burning moths stink.
If you want a tennis racket that explodes mosquitoes then this could be what you are looking for. Just don't lick it!
I thought about removing the protective metal screens on both sides so deer fly wouldn't be bumped back into the air. But after considering it, I chose not to. I see the protective metal mesh actually keeps the deer fly from immediately escaping and the plastic pattern internal frame keeps them from moving around. It effectively controls their body to the electrified section.
There are some other ways to use sticky glues (Tangle-Trap Sticky Coating from Tanglefoot. Amazon $8.50 Prime) on "blue and light blue" disposable bowls and drinking cups while walking or mowing your property. Light blue color attracts deer flies the best. Put them on a stick and carry or mow over your head or wear on your head, as people have done. Some guy in Minnesota is selling is designed deer fly trap which I may purchase and review "FLY-BY-DAY DEER & HORSE FLY TRAP". It looks interesting. But everything I have read requires movement. We'll see.