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Fly Web Fly Trap
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|Brand Name||Fly Web|
|EAN||0616639335392 , 0761131138016|
|Import Designation||Made in USA|
|Number of Items||1|
|UPC||616639335392 , 761131138016|
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The stylish and compact FlyWeb Fly light insect trap is designed for indoor use for control of flying pests. An energy-efficient 9-watt Ultra violet (U.V.). light attracts flies and other flying insects into the trap where they are trapped on the FlyWeb adhesive glue card. Its compact size makes it perfect for any room and works silently controlling flying pests in your home or office. Remove the protective coating on the adhesive board, insert it into the unit and the trap is set. All you need is an electrical outlet to plug it in. The FlyWeb fly light trap helps in the control of flies, gnats, no-see-um, fruit flies and other flying pest. The FlyWeb fly light trap also doubles as a great night light! Traps Flies, mosquitos, gnats, moths, fruit flies, house flies and other nuisance flying insects. Since 1928, Gardner fly traps has pioneered the manufacture of insect light traps for commercial and industrial applications. This trap really works. It's compact size is perfect for homes, apartments, offices...anywhere flies, gnats, moths or fruit flies are a problem. The UV light source draws them in and catches them on a non-toxic glue board. Once the glue board is full simply toss in the trash and replace with Fly Web Glue Board. Dimensions: 3.5 in W x 10.5in H x 1.75in D
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When the sticky board is fairly well covered with "catches", you need to change the board for maximum effectiveness.
It uses UV (ultraviolet) light to attract the flying insects. So, it's best not to place it in a brightly lit area. Also, the "UV" output of the bulb diminishes over time, even if the light bulb is still lit. So, replace the bulb at the beginning of the season.
I have two, one in a dark hallway near an exterior door, and, one in my kitchen. The kitchen one does its job mostly at night, as the kitchen is pretty bright in the daytime. And, they both do double-duty as night lights. Thinking of getting another for my garage.
I was desperate. Almost overnight, we had an unbelievable fly infestation in our house that was totally out of control.
Went looking for The Fly Web Fly trap locally. Couldn't find it. Was thrilled and relieved to find the product on Amazon.com
The product works great. Within a couple of hours after we plugged in the units, several flies had been snared in the trap.
Highly recommend this product. Would give it ten stars if possible.
Very important note: About three days after we received our traps, one of the traps started making a loud buzzing noise. By the next day, the noise had escalated to what seemed like a roar. The noise was so intolerable that we had to unplug the trap.
I immediately e-mailed the company with my concern and requested a replacement trap. Within 24-hours, Jessica, one of the company's customer service reps, e-mailed me with a gracious, very pleasant e-mail. Jessica said that a replacement fly trap would be sent immediately. No questions asked. No hassles. The replacement fly trap was delivered promptly.
Cannot stress how outstanding the customer service provided.
Extremely pleased with purchase. Very impressed with the product as well as the company.
yes sir! I still love my two Fly Webs. Still got one in garage and one in kitchen/dining room. Still original bulbs, too! Miracle considering I never unplug them. I also posted 2 cell phone pics of my trap in the garage.
Love this product. I got this a month ago for our new house in the middle of the sticks and close to the swamp, so naturally we have lots of bugs. I'm not a big fan of bugs either, so I was looking for something that would trap them, keep them away, make them extinct, something! I came here on Amazon and searched for all of the above and found the Fly Web. I was super stoked when I read the reviews, then I read the price and couldn't believe it costs $30-something for a lightbulb with a stick'em behind it. Well, after extensive searching, I bought two of them (I had full belief they would work) from a different site (b/c they came with lots of extra sticky's). I am very impressed with how well they work. Yes, they are pretty darn bulky and they basically light up a room, but hey! One is in the garage and one is in the living room behind a lazyboy, so the one in the garage stays on all the time and the one in the living room, only at night. It makes a terrific night light for those times you need a midnight snack, or what have you.
So yes, I definetely recommend this to anyone with
a flying bug problem. I would upload a picture to show how well it works, but I haven't gotten around to it. For maintenance, I have had to change the sticky pads about once a week. It depends on how much we leave the doors open, but the pads really fill up completely before I change them. I catch everything from large dragon flies to teeny tiny little pen tip sized things that I don't know what they are.
So, if in doubt, get it anyway. It's awesome. Just put it where you don't mind the extra light and where not too many people will see it with all it's big bulky plastic with lots of dead bugs on it.
Oh, and before I forget, in case you were curious. I gave it only 4 stars out of the 5 because of it's size, no on/off switch and the cost of the replacement sticky pads. But the benefits of catching all the bugs outweighs those few complaints.
- It works perfectly. I've got one upstairs and one downstairs, and after a month each one had "caught" a full sheet worth of flies, mosquitoes, and various little bugs. It caught way more than I even knew was flying in.
-Super easy to replace the sticky paper. Just pull the old card out, and pop a new one in.
- Can double as a night light (I'll talk more about this in the cons section).
-Cards last a long time, and so far the lights haven't burnt out.
-It's pretty big, much bigger than a night light. It also gives off a lot off light, so you may not want to put it in a central area as it can be distracting and unsightly.
-You can see all the dead bugs on the card quite easily. This is a huge drawback, because who wants a sheet of dead insects in there kitchen or bathroom? If they offered the unit in black with black sticky paper, it would help offset this fact (the light is attracting the bugs, so the paper color shouldn't limit this). I ended up putting them in a utility room and a spare room, just make sure the little buggers still have a clear line of sight to the unit so they will end up heading to it (especially at night).
-The sensitive side of me does get sad seeing a little fly struggle to escape glue paper. I know it's ridiculous, but too bad they don't just hit it and die from a chemical on the paper.
In short, if you're desperate to eliminate your flying bug problem and can deal with what is essentially a big night light zapper, this certainly gets the job done. Just please don't put it in your kitchen!