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Handheld Electric Mosquito Zapper and Bug Killer

Updated on March 10, 2017

Electric Mosquito Zapper and Bug Killer

There are so many natural and deet-based mosquito and insect repellents and killers available to use, that many times the solution can be an unpleasant - and in some cases - non-working natural alternative solution to deet.

But a hand-held, portable electric bug zapper is simple, organic, natural, and very simple and easy to use to control your mosquito or bug problem.

All you have to do is sit or stand there and just swat at the insect and it's dead. There's no uncertainty in this case, and when you make contact your problem is over. Just a simple wave of the hand with your electric bug zapper and it's over for the pest.

No matter what the flying pest, a bug zapper for mosquito, flies or other pesky bugs will take care of it in any normal circumstance.

A hand held bug zapper has the general appearance of a tennis racket, and is even easier to use.

Electric mosquito, bug zapper

Insect zappers safe around pets and humans

What's even better, is there are now some new mosquito zappers and insect zappers which will cause absolutely no harm to humans or pets because of the way they're build and designed. So if there's an accidental touch, it won't do any harm. Most include buttons you can immediately deactivate the bug killer with to avoid any accidents as well. 

Rechargeable battery electronic insect killers

There are also new electronic insect killers on the market which have rechargeable batteries included, whereby you simply charge it up again and you're ready to go. You don't have to go out to your barbecue, outdoor event or outdoor part, or whatever you're doing in the outdoors and find out your mosquito or insect zapper isn't working because the batteries ran out.

Another great benefit of these electronic fly swatters is they leave not of the mushy and squished bodies of the victims of a regular fly swatter, especially if you happen to use it inside the house. 

Portable electric bug killer

These portable hand held electric bug killer are very easy to take anywhere, so if you're going to be outside, you can just bring it with you without any undue inconvenience, stress, or added pressure from having to carry it around.

Electronic insect zapper killers really work great

As you can see, there are all sort of natural and organic concoctions we can use for mosquito and bug control, and many of them do a decent job of bug management. But when you have an insect zapper like this, you know when you touch them the job is finished, and you won't have to be concerned about any more problems from them.

These electronic insect killers really work, and the ease of use and control of these electronic fly swatters make them a real added value and effective means of mosquito and insect control when you're outdoors.

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    • etaCarinae profile image

      Sara Johnson 

      3 years ago from United States

      Are there any natural alternatives to getting rid of pesky flies? I wonder if these bug zappers are all that good for the environment. With that said, my neighbor says she has found great success with the indoor bug zapper here - http://pinstor.us/2014/05/01/indoor-bug-zapper/

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      Brtxal 

      5 years ago

      I was so excited to buy one of these yesterday that I literally came home & sat outside waiting for Mosquitos to come out! (Sad, I know, lol) At first, I was zapping away, hearing the loud POP, seeing a little spark, & I felt giddy with excitement, as if I finally had payback for all the years those Mosquitos have tortured me with their bites! Then as night started to fall, I saw a June Bug heading my way, & I thought, "Awesome, I get to zap my second most hated bug!" Sure enough, I zapped that June Bug & man did that zapper spark, & even smoked a little, & the June Bug hit the ground, still buzzing. So I placed the zapper close to the ground, right on top of it, & zapped it again, about 4-5 times, until it finally stopped moving. Satisfied with my latest conquer, I sit back down & about 5 minutes later I hear buzzing on the ground. The June Bug was still alive?? So I decided to watch & see how this would play out because I couldn't imagine HOW in the world it could still be alive after all those zaps. About 8-10 minutes after I zapped that bug til it was smoking, it got up & flew away, perfectly fine. This really astounded me, but I thought, "Hey, at least I can still get the Mosquitos." Well, this morning, I'm on the back porch & there was a familiar face flying around, wanting my blood. So, with my trusty zapper in hand, I got up & zapped it. It happened to fall right in front of me, so I decided to watch it, like I did with the June Bug. Not even a minute later, the mosquito flew away! So, what I'm wondering now, is if my zapper does nothing except stun the bugs & not kill them?? It seems to be the case, & if so, these handheld zappers are just a waste of money & a blow to ones "Superman" ego...

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      olly 

      6 years ago

      Dear Sir or Madam:

      Thank you for knowing your information via Internet.

      We are a quality manufacturer,who is the unique supplier offering you such new proudct.We have our own mould,we make them by ourselves.

      Attached photes are our Telescopic Mosquito Swatter for your reference.Please check if it is workable in your markets.

      Descriptions:

      Newly made mosquito bat with more changeable angles ,foldable bat and extendable handle ,easy to kill mosquito from the floor,room corners and ceilings. Available for AC or DC supply,when use AC supply,the battery are rechargable;when use DC,only use 2 pcs of normal AA battery.

      According to our market experience,we prefer to recommend the normal AA battery to you,kindly see the following information for your reference.

      Telescopic Mosquito Swatter powered by 2 pcs of normal AA battery.

      Specifications:

      1).Model:FH-B01

      2).Power:1W

      3).Battery: 2 pcs normal AA battery

      4).Voltage: 3V

      5).MOQ:1*20ft (8040pcs)

      6).Materials:Durable ABS and steel wire mesh.

      7).PCB:special PCB design keep the wire net no residual electricity after power off.

      8).Folded product size ( folded size):380x210X48mm

      The wholly extended size ( extended size):950x210x48mm.

      Just wire net size:200x160mm

      9).Carton size(LxWxH);530x230x400mm with 12pcs

      10).Net weight:6.3kg/ctn with 12pcs

      Gross weight:7kg/ctn with 12pcs

      11).Loading Quantity:670ctns/20ft,8040pcs/20ft

      12).Certificates:CE and RoHS.

      13).Patent:we are the unique patent holder.

      Any questions or suggestions,please feel free to contact us.

      Thank you and best regards

      Mr Olly Manager

      Company:Foshan Shunde Ningke Industrial Co.,Ltd

      Add:No.12,Tuozhan Road ,Fengxiang Industrial Park,Daliang,Shunde,Foshan,Guangdong,P.R.China

      Tel:+86-757-22214138/26609638

      Cell:+86-13392796887/13929117311

      Fax:+86-757-26609632

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      Harlan Colt 

      8 years ago from the Rocky Mountains

      Do they make a zapper for nosey neighbors and unwanted door-to-door solicitors? I want one of those. Doormat style would be great.

      - Harlan

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      gsanderson619 

      8 years ago

      I love these things! They make a spark when you touch them, and it only gives a quick tingle sensation. Besides being fun, I’ve red zapper rackets do very little for controlling mosquitoes. I've been reading about those advanced mosquito traps, and they seem much more effective.

      Here's an example of one that uses CO2 as a lure:

      http://www.mosquitomagnet.com/store/mosquito-magne...

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      Paper Moon 

      9 years ago from In the clouds

      I had one of these. It was great fun at work (my co-workers bugged me)

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