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National Mega F-4 Electric Mosquito Swatter For Indoor And Outdoor Insect Control (Red)
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Why is this one different from other models: This one is more basic - once you put the batteries in, it's like there's no "safety" to hard-switch it off... there's a little red button on the handle which fits comfortably under your grip when you're using it, and that is what turns the racket "on." The down side is if you set this racket down when not in use, it's possible to depress the red button by accident and drain the battery. Some more expensive models have a hard OFF switch which addresses that issue.
If you get one, I recommend you get more than one... whoever using it won't want to stop, and if you have a need for them... arming more people is way more fun. Yes, you can zap yourself. No, I don't recommend it, but it's more of a surprise than anything (just like touching metal after scuffing your feet, logically you know it's not bad, but you still don't go out of your way to do it on purpose past a certain age...)
Fruit flies stand no chance. Larger bugs usually take more than one zap... but the way the threads on it are, there are 3 layers - an inner, small mesh, and an outer, on either side, wider gap mesh. Most larger bugs (wasps, house/horse flies) will get STUCK in that larger threading, so you can snap them a few times, pulsing the red button. I suggest a pulse and not continued zap until you can get the bug body outside or over a trash bin because... YOU ARE COOKING IT and inhaling cooked fly odor. And that's gross.. Really gross. So pulse zap to keep them incapacitated (flies will shake off a zap and get up again!) until you can get the racket outside and knock the bug out of it.
I bring this to all of my vendor events because you never know - sometimes it's flies, sometimes those smaller flies that just hang in the air and don't move... like hovering helicopters... but keep trying to get in your face. Sometimes it's a wasp. And this year, at the winery, it was fruit flies that have come out in full force, without a nightly freeze their numbers do not dwindle! And they were so popular... I had to get more for the staff to play with, you could hear the wonderful sound of bugs being zapped all afternoon.