Indoor Flying Insect Trap

Enjoy a bug-free indoor space. The Indoor Flying Insect Trap quietly attracts and kills mosquitoes, moths, flies, yellow jackets, wasps, hornets, beetles and other flying insects without hazardous chemicals, odors or zapping. The clever system uses an ultraviolet light that produces harmless, odorless carbon dioxide when it reacts with the titanium coating inside the trap. The bugs are naturally drawn to the UV light, and mosquitoes are especially drawn to the carbon dioxide (the same gas people exhale). When insects fly into the trap, a whisper quiet fan sends them to a screened compartment where they die of dehydration. Works in large rooms, up to 1,250 sq. ft.

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Indoor Flying Insect Trap

Stop zapping, and start trapping! The Indoor Flying Insect Trap attracts and traps flying insects without chemicals, odors or zapping.

• UV light attracts insects

• UV light reacts with titanium coating to produce small amounts of carbon dioxide

• Mosquitoes naturally attracted to carbon dioxide

• Insects fly into the trap, where a fan sends them to a screened compartment

• Insects die in 12-24 hours from dehydration

• Compartment detaches for disposal of dead insects

• Works in large rooms, up to 1,250 sq. ft.

• Quiet operation

• Long-lasting, replaceable UV bulb rated for 3,000 hours

• 10’ cord

• Plugs into an AC outlet


Length: 6  Inches
Width: 6
Height: 15  Inches
Weight: 2.31 Lbs

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