Stinger Indoor Insect Trap


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Stinger Indoor Insect Trap

Customer Reviews

Stinger Indoor Insect Trap

31 people found this helpful.
 on June 30, 2013
By Craig M. Miller
This is the third of these I have ordered. I have been happy with all three. My first broke because I put it in our chicken coup ignoring the indoor nature of the product.

Killing mosquitos as we speak

8 people found this helpful.
 on August 4, 2013
By mdchachi
After a miserable time spent in my garage one late night packing for a camping trip with dozens of mosquitoes, I immediately searched for a suitable product and bought this one. Over the years we’ve had mosquitoes come in with us through our primary door from the garage and I’d had enough. So my strategy is to put it in the garage on a shelf facing the house door (not facing the garage door, I don’t want to attract bugs that are outside). Even though we had a cooling spell before I set it up, I captured literally two dozen in five days (along with two moths). One night I left the garage open overnight by mistake and captured more than that in just one night. Surprisingly few other bugs get caught up in there. Basically just mosquitoes and the occasional moth. Very pleased.

Works only at night with all the lights off

5 people found this helpful.
 on October 22, 2013
By TT
There are a lot of mixed reviews for this product, but it works amazingly well for me. I think it depends in how you use it.

Works great with a few modificationa

6 people found this helpful.
 on March 23, 2013
By Chris M
I bought this produce about 3 years ago. It worked moderatly well, caught a few bugs here and there. I placed the trap in my kitchen area where we were having problems with bugs flying in when a door was open.

Works well, but must use in very dark room to get good results.

2 people found this helpful.
 on August 9, 2014
By John
I’m very pleased with this device.

Nice trap that seems to work, but 1 minor design flaw.

One person found this helpful.
 on June 23, 2015
By C. Davis
This unit is larger than I expected, but seems to be doing the trick. I live in an area infested with mosquitos. The county sprays for mosquitos every few weeks, I treat my yard to help control them, and I occasionally fog the yard to kill them. I recently purchased one of the Dynatrap units to use outdoors and it is catching a bunch, but I wanted something inside to catch those that sneak inside. Originally, I ordered the lightweight Dynatrap model, but then I discovered you cannot replace the bulb, so the Stinger Indoor was my replacement. The only reason I dropped 1 of the stars is that I do not like that the door that keeps the bugs trapped it attached to the on/off switch. One thing I liked about the larger Dynatrap unit is the doors are spring loaded so they open when the fan is running, but if the power goes off or the fan shuts off, the spring doors automatically close and the bugs stay trapped. With the Stinger, if the power goes out, the bugs can fly right back out. I only run mine at night and I’ve already caught a mosquito or 2, so it’s already worth the price paid.

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