What's All the Racket About Handheld Bug Zappers?
Improve Your Swing While Zapping Bugs
Have you seen those bug zapper rackets? They are handheld bug zappers that look like a tennis racquet. And yes, you swing them at bugs and zap! They're toast!
This cool invention lets you control the bug population in your yard and garden by hand selecting the good pests from the bad. Literally, hand selecting them, with your racket! Swing, hit, they're dead.
Keep your lawn and garden free of bad pests while letting the good guys live another day.
Big or Small, Zap 'em All! - Use the Racquet Bug Zapper to Zap the Biggest and Smallest Pests
This bug died of unknown causes. No bug zapper was used in his demise, but a handheld zapper will do the trick with bugs this big as well as tiny fruit flies.
So, yes, you can use the zappers indoors to rid your kitchen (and the rest of the house) of those pesky little guys that travel in on fruit and unpack their bags for an extended stay. And you can use the bug zapper racquet for flies and other flying critters that have no business in your home.
The Executioner Fly Swat Wasp Bug Mosquito Swatter Zapper - That's a Mouthful and So Is the Job It Does.
If you live in a buggy area, you know how unpleasant it is to step outside and get eaten alive by mosquitoes or to have flies and wasps ruin a nice picnic or barbeque.
This bug zapper will end those problems. Get your exercise while getting rid of pests!
This racquet comes with the needed alkaline batteries so when it arrives, you'll be ready to go.
Hands down, this is the guy you want. This bug zapper costs about twice as much (at around $18) as many other racket-style bug zappers, but it works. This guy can kill tiny fruit flies where the others leave the tiny buggers laughing and flying away.
No Need for Pesticides
With a racquet bug zapper,
you can stop spraying those stinky bug sprays
around you and your family.
Testimonial About Racquet Zappers
Organic Gardening -- No Chemical Sprays
Mother Earth News reader Raymond Spencer uses his "electric bug zapper" to kill garden pests. He walks through his garden choosing the beetles that feed on his food. His food, not theirs!
He selectively has "killed hundreds of potato beetles, cucumber beetles, squash bugs, Japanese beetles..." leaving behind the "beneficial insects" that do a garden good.
Source: Mother Earth News
Give Yourself a Wide Berth Before Swinging
As with anything you swing through the air,
be sure to give yourself a wide berth before
swinging the handheld bug zapper at bugs.
Let others know what you're doing and ask them
to stay away from you so you
don't accidentally hit anyone with the racquet.