|Product Dimensions||21 x 21 x 36 cm; 900 Grams|
|Item Weight||900 g|
Stinger 20W Outdoor Bug Zapper
- 20W Outdoor Bug Zapper
- 1/2 Acre Coverage suitable suburban application
- 2000V electrified killing grid
- Replaceable 20W CFL Energy Saving BL-UP light
- Weatherpoof IPX4 Polycarbonate Construction
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20W Outdoor Weatherproof Electronic Bug Zapper Lantern. The 20 Watt Stinger is a high voltage traditional style lantern unit with a 20 Watt Replaceable Energy Saving Globe. This product is ideally suited for suburban applications, the 20W globe will attract insects over an area of up to 1/2 acre. The Ultra Violet Lamp attracts light sensitive insects to an electrified grid where insects are zapped upon contact. Most insects will be exploded on impact, larger insects may get zapped and fall to the ground. The Stinger 20W Bug Zapper is IP4 Rated weatherproof, and is designed for permanent outdoor installation. The cage is constructed from UV resistant, flame retardant polycarbonate plastic to meet Australian Safety Standards. The Stinger 20W is designed for outdoor use, however it can also be used indoors or in covered areas.
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Also found that not all bugs that fly in to the light get zapped and die - some walk around and fly out again.
Cleaning bugs that are stuck to the electrified grid is a bit of a pain, as is changing the globe. Compressed air will dislodge most of the bugs but to get them all out you need to remove the top which will expose electronics.
Changing the globe is quite fiddly, there's a screw underneath to undo then you turn a plastic plate/caddy to pull out the globe. The plastic feels really cheap - REALLY cheap - and it takes some wriggling and force to pull out the caddy. I was worried the globe would shatter.
For the money paid ($40), I feel pretty ripped off with the quality of the product, certainly couldn't recommend.