Flowtron Bug Zapper Is A Rugged And Energy Efficient Insect Killer
Last Updated on February 2, 2020 by Cassie Lyons
There is nothing finer during the glorious summer months than enjoying a barbecue in the backyard with friends and family. Unfortunately insects almost always insist on making their presence felt as unwanted guests at any outdoor party. Sure, bug spray, citronella candles, and fly swatters can be used to defeat these pesky guests, but what put up with the stink of candles or effort of fly swatters when the Flowtron 80-watt Bug Zapper can do the work for you. The Flowtron Bug Zapper can operate efficiently for just pennies a day and features a rugged design that will not rust or crack while exposed to the elements.
The Flowtron Electronic Insect Killer uses two 40-watt UV bulbs to attract flying pests to the electrified, clog-free grid and kills the annoying party guests in an environmentally friendly manner. The dead pests simply drop to the ground to be reabsorbed by Mother Nature. The Flowtron can guard an area up to roughly 1 1/2 acres. The efficiency of the this bug zapper can even be increased by adding Octenol to attract the bugs to their doom even more effectively.
Flowtron zapper has a high efficiency, non-clogging killing grid. Rugged, weatherproof construction which will not rust, crack or fade. Friendly device uses no fogs, sprays, or poisons and comes completely assembled. Unit plugs into a standard electrical socket and operates for only pennies a day. High-intensity black light bulb to lure and eliminate light-sensitive flying insects.
One reviewer said the electronic insect killer killed everything but mosquitoes. A complaint that the transformer lacks enough voltage and it can burn out.
So What’s The Scoop?
Some users have complained that the clog free grill doesn’t live up to its promise, and that mosquitoes were only attracted with the added Octenol; but the majority of users found the Flowtron Insect Zapper extremely effective at helping them take back their yard and patio from pesky intruders.