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My Critter Catcher - Spider & Insect Catcher
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- Eco-friendly way to catch and release household pests. Don't squash - catch and release safely
- My Critter Catcher requires no chemicals or batteries
- Simply squeeze the handle to open the soft nylon bristles, place over the insect, release to close, then carry the critter outside and release outside
- Easy to use for children interested in catching insects for educational observation without any harm
- With it's long 24" handle, a great tool for grabbing hold of those items out of arms length, such as behind furniture
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|Item Dimensions||2 x 5 x 27 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||MCC-MR-1|
|Shipping Weight||0.45 pounds|
My Critter Catcher Spider & Insect Catcher
Does My Critter Catcher really work?
How does My Critter Catcher work?
Why use My Critter Catcher?
My Critter Catcher protects your home from critters without leaving any mess, using harmful chemicals, or requiring expensive batteries. Plus it doesn't even kill the bugs.
My Critter Catcher's applications are endless. It can be used to capture Tarantulas and all small spiders, scorpions, wasps, bees, stink bugs, crickets, cicadas, grasshoppers, butterflies, roaches, water beetles, etc.
My Critter Catcher is about 25.5 inches long. The average arm length is 25.5 inches, so you can estimate your body being about 4 feet from the critter that you want to pick up.
Top Customer Reviews
For a slow moving spider I'd imagine this would be a great tool. For wolf spiders it's going to be more like a game. None of the three I've caught so far have just sat there and taken it. They run. Quickly. The first two I caught after three attempts. The third one was one of the large guys, and a bit sassier than the first two. On the fifth try I Finally got it; however, it did lose a leg in the ordeal. Hopefully it will moult again, which will result in a new leg for the little fella. All three spiders survived and scurried off after I released them. The first one I had to flick out of the device, but the other two plopped right out.
I think I'll stick to the Tupperware container and my spider catching paper for the ones that have babies, though I think the babies Might actually stay caught within the bristles. I'll have to try it outside sometime - don't want to risk all those little guys loose in the house. My husband would sleep with one eye open until I was able to account for each little "monstrosity," or we'd just have to move.
-Easy to Use (just use trigger to open and close around bug/critter to catch
-Works great for medium to large sized bugs
-Allows you to catch and release without killing. So, it helps you get good karma?
-Doesn’t work well on smaller bugs such as small spiders.
-You still must rely on your cat-like reflexes to corner and catch the bug. For me, this is part of the fun… but others might not find it as exciting.
Not only does it help with the spiders, but this thing picks up small geckos! Be still my heart. Every afternoon, I open my front door and a gecko runs into my entryway and the battle is on. Not anymore. So far, I am two for two on gecko relocation.
Of course, if the company came out with a design that had an extra long handle, I'd be the first in line for that model. :)
I first saw this advertised on Facebook, and I immediately went to Amazon to purchase it, only to find it was out of stock. I signed up to be notified when it came back into stock, and when I was notified, I purchased it right away. No one gave it to me for free (I wish), and no one asked me to write a review, so this is entirely unsolicited.