Electronic Insect Killer drops flies like, well, flies


insect-killa.jpgWhile the summer might mean plenty of fun under the sun, complete with BBQs and poolside trysts, this season also comes along with a whole bunch of bugs and insects to irritate anyone frolicking outdoors. How you would like to stay outdoors without worrying about pesky insects flying irritatingly around you and your loved ones? Instead of using a rolled up newspaper or magazine that have a 10% success rate, why not pick up this Insect Killer from Gizoo instead? It will send insects to their respective heavenly mansions without having you to lift but a finger. No, it doesn’t use voodoo rituals or black magic to snuff the life out of insects, but good old electricity that administer a high enough voltage to fry these six legged bugs into oblivion.

Before it gets to the nitty gritty of killing though, the insect must be drawn toward the Insect Killer. In order to achieve this, a high quality ultraviolet tube located inside the Insect Killer acts as a lure (an effective one at that), bringing everything from flies, moths, bugs, mosquitoes, and other pests to their deaths without the help of environmentally damaging chemical sprays. All you need to do is turn it on and leave it alone. I seriously wonder what goes through a mosquito’s brain (if any) when it sees a human sitting beside the Insect Killer. Do they head toward their food source first (the human) and then only check out what the UV light is all about, or vice versa?

Since the Insect Killer runs on electricity, it doesn’t emit any nasty fumes, smells, or chemicals, making this one green product. The high voltage rails within are guaranteed to make short work of any insect despite remaining harmless to humans and your non-insect pets. The Insect Killer measures 27.6cm x 13cm x 13cm and weighs 96 grams shy of 1kg. It retails for £12.95 a pop.

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4 reviews or comments

Will Says: June 14, 2007 at 10:29 am

Isn’t this just a bug zapper?

Antilos Says: June 14, 2007 at 1:56 pm

If you could imagine how I hate mosquitos…
This gadget leaves nothing to be desired.

Varg Says: February 28, 2008 at 7:51 am

Mosquitos don`t drink blood for food. They just use it for worming up thear eggs.

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