Bell & Howell Animal Repeller

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animal-repeller.jpgDo you get unwanted strangers on your lawn or garden whenever you’re not around at home? The Bell & Howell Animal Repeller will definitely help you out better than those no-good neighbors of yours, helping rid animals within a 30 foot radius.

Mount this electronic motion-activated sensor on your house, shed, or tree. When it detects movement it emits a high-pitched sound, inaudible to humans, that animals can’t stand. Senses motion up to 30 ft. away, within a 70 degree arc.

This nifty garden gadget is powered by a single 9V battery and is made up of weatherproof plastic. If only Bell & Howell came up with a version for kids as well, as that allows parents to get some much needed quality time alone together. The Bell & Howell Animal Repeller will retail for $29.99.

9 reviews or comments

matt Says: December 19, 2009 at 5:31 pm

Where can get the stake that holds the Bell & Howell Animal Repeller that can be pounded/pushed into the ground?

Thanks.
Matt

Nan Says: June 20, 2010 at 1:08 pm

We were hoping this would help keep the squirrels away from our bird feeders. We put the device about 8′ away from the feeder — didn’t work. Then, we positioned it about 2′ away — didn’t work!
We sure hope it works better on the deer! If not, we want our money back!

Bob Allread Says: July 16, 2010 at 11:04 am

WORTHLESS: One hour after placing unit in my yard a squirrel ran with 5 feet repeller and right up the bird feeder. That same night two coon were within 10 feet of Repeller and on bird feeder.
WORTHLESS. Bob Allread

LB Says: August 6, 2010 at 10:22 am

Tried this product several years ago trying to keep cats off a newly planted very small lawn. Had no luck. I am still having cat problems and was hoping that the company maybe had read some of these reviews and improved their product. Can’t remenber for sure but don’t believe there was any kind of money back gaurentee or any way to contact the company. Hope to see some positive reviews as there is a possibility mine was defective. If anyone knows of a better product would sure like to hear about it.

Michele Says: March 22, 2011 at 9:10 am

I poured lemon juice around my strawberry box and the cat quit using it for a litter box. Try it. Michele

Robert Giaquinto Says: June 22, 2011 at 10:30 am

How do I know if it is working If I can’t hear it or if the batteries are dead?

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