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P3 International P7816 Attack Wave Ultrasonic Pestrepeller (White)

by P3 International
2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
Price: CDN$ 29.95 & FREE Shipping. Details
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Technical Details

  • P3 International Attack Wave Pestrepeller Produces Strong Sound Pressure In The Air Attacking The Auditory And Nervous Systems Of Rodents
  • Ultrasonic Sounds Continuously Penetrate Up To 5,000-Unobstructed-Square-Feet
  • Uses Automatic Wave Variation Minimizing The Chance That Pests Become Immune To The Sound
  • Harmless To Humans And Non-Rodent Pets, This Unit Operates Totally Chemical And Battery Free
  • Measures 4-3/4 By 4 By 2-3/4 Inches, 6-Month Warranty

Frequently Bought Together

P3 International P7816 Attack Wave Ultrasonic Pestrepeller (White) + Yard Sentinel STROBE - Ultrasonic Animal Pest Control Repeller with Motion Detector, Strobe & Intruder Alarm + Home Sentinel - Indoor Pest Control Repeller with Ultrasonic, Electromagnetic, Ionizer & Auto Night Light
Price For All Three: CDN$ 135.89

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System Requirements

  • Media: Lawn & Patio
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Product Description

Amazon.ca Product Description

The Attack Wave Pestrepeller Is An Effective, User Friendly And Environmentally Safe Way To Combat Rodents. The Device Produces Strong Sound Pressure In The Air, Attacking The Auditory And Nervous Systems Of Rodents Causing Them To Abandon Their Food Sources And Shelters. The Ultrasonic Sounds Continuously Penetrate Up To 5,000 Unobstructed Square Feet. In Addition, The Attack Wave Pestrepeller Utilizes Automatic Wave Variation, Minimizing The Chance That Pests Become Immune To The Sound. Inaudible And Harmless To Humans And Common Pets, This Unit Operates Totally Chemical And Battery Free, Making It The Easiest Way To Keep Bugs On The Run.

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Attack Wave Pestrepeller

Customer Reviews

2.7 out of 5 stars
2.7 out of 5 stars
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It does not work unless it is in a empty area. I wanted it for the garage and it has items in it and apparently the sonic sound can't work when items are in the way of it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars No more squirells Feb. 13 2014
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So far, there is no more squirells or mice in my attic. Have to wait till spring, summer... Right now, it is difficult to say.
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Don't bother May 30 2013
By Doc
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Although product arrived in timely fashion, as other reviews suggested, it really didn't work for us. There was a return option but the cost and bother wasn't worth it.
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Amazon.com: 3.1 out of 5 stars  308 reviews
146 of 150 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars It really works Jan. 26 2009
By Sassy - Published on Amazon.com
It took the attack wave pestrepeller about 5 weeks to clear out the pest (rodents)in my home. I live in an area that is surrounded trees and nature, so I had a problem with mice coming in when it gets cold. I bought 2 of the repellers, one for upstairs, and one for the downstairs area. I could hear the rodents at night and see them in the kitchen after everyone settled down for the night. This was quite disturbing for me, especially after purchasing this product, but I read that it could take up to six weeks for the pest repeller to work. The 4th week the mice sounded as if they were trying to eat the house up. You could hear them clawing like they were trying to find a way out. The next week no noise, or any evidence of any mice or any insects in my home. This product is wonderful.
118 of 121 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Ultrasonic pest repellers work Oct. 2 2007
By B Alden - Published on Amazon.com
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These ultrasonic repellers do work. We use them inside our home, in the basement, and in the garage. They not only keep the rodents away, they keep spiders and other insects away as well.
Please, one warning; Do Not buy from Unbeatable Sales Inc. We had a very bad experience with them, and it would be worth your while to purchase the product from another company.
110 of 117 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars SKIP This product if you have PETS Sept. 16 2010
By S. Gooder - Published on Amazon.com
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I purchased 3 of these items. One was for our upper level, one was for our lower level and one was for our barn. I plugged in one unit upstairs and my dogs ran out of the room and were clawing at the door to get outside. This was VERY unusual behavior for them. I took them outside and they appeared to be fine during our walk. Then I opened the door to our home and neither dog would enter. I had to drag them inside. I immediately unplugged the unit and after about 15 minutes they settled down.

Later this evening, I took the unit to our lower level and plugged it in. We went downstairs and our pets once again freaked out. I unplugged it. They settled down. I plugged it in again, they both jumped off their beds and ran upstairs and tried to get out the door. ENOUGH! Don't know how effective it is against mice ... but it sure works on Dogs (Dalmatian and Chow/Golden Lab Mix) Needless to say, I am returning 2 of my 3 units. I will use the remaining unit in our storage barn where our pets do not go.
44 of 48 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Possibly effective - time will tell Feb. 24 2010
By A. Dent - Published on Amazon.com
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The makers of the Attack Wave are making many claims concerning its effectiveness - it's supposed to annoy mince, rats, cockroaches, fleas, crickets, ants to the point of them leaving your house, never to return. This may or may not be true but, since I haven't seen any study claiming that both rats and ants can't stand 30,000-65,000 Hz ultrasounds, I can only share my own experience with the device and this is what I can report:

After placing the unit in my basement, sitting on a table from which there was 'line of sight' and, I assume, 'sound' to every corner, I did not notice mouse activity. We have, or maybe it's fair to say that 'we had' a few field mice coming to our basement in the winter and I could occasionally find droppings and some allowed themselves to get trapped - ahh... the smell of peanut butter... After about one month of Attack Wave in the basement there are no more mouse signs. Coincidence? I don't know but I'm writing this review in February and it's still cold outside so, if the mice left, I doubt they did it because they preferred the outdoors life.


As the Amazon picture shows, the Wave is a little white contraption with 2 speakers, powered through a DC adapter. It starts working - making an ultrasonic racket, that is - as soon as it's plugged in. The makers claim that constantly changing the pitch and intensity of the ultrasound is what makes their device so special, because the pests can never get used to it and, after a while, they just can't take it and flee. You can't hear the ultrasound, of course, but the Wave comes with a little red button which, when pushed, has the Wave produce a high pitch whistling sound that's supposed to be an approximation of what the ants would hear when near it, that is IF the ants can actually hear.

The instructions page that comes with the product is very carefully to state that the Wave is effective in an area of 4,000-5,000 ft. of UNOBSTRUCTED space so placement is important and be aware of blind spots. In addition, placing the Wave on a carpet or on any other soft base is likely to reduce its effectiveness as the sound will be muffled.

More specs:

- 260 degrees - Effective angle (blind spots, remember?)
- 1.5 W power consumption - should tell you something about how loud that speaker really is (not so loud)
- 30-65 KHz frequency
- 110 dB sound pressure
- 4,000-5,000 sq. ft. effective range (no obstructions, not on carpets)

You are not supposed to use this near gerbils, hamsters, guinea pigs or other rodent pets and you are not supposed to keep it near your ear when you press the red test button.


Since I haven't notice mice activity in my basement ever since I turned the Wave on, it's possible that it's making a difference. Time will tell and, if see mice again, I will update my review to state so. Until then, I'm awarding the Wave 4 stars for it POSSIBLY being an effective mice repellent but... scaring ants away? I don't buy that.
17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars great product June 2 2007
By Charles W. Jackson Jr. - Published on Amazon.com
I never imagined this thing would work. I had used all traps and mice were still mowing down plants on our deck. My wife is very happy now.
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