Tired of being bitten? Let’s lure these suckers to their death.
Too violent there? We wouldn’t say so. Because no one has time to deal with the itchy-agony that comes with mosquito bite after mosquito bite. Stop wishing for peace with sprays and horrid-smelling essential oils and get some real work done with our built-to-perform Electric Mosquito Killer Lamp.
Allure with UV light
Mosquitos (and many pests such as house flies) are attracted to light. Our machine radiates blue UV light to lure mosquitoes into the chamber where a high-efficiency cyclone suction kills them quickly. Our mosquito-killing device radiates low noise for a non-disruptive solution that works anywhere.
Go chemical-free for a safer space
Keep colleagues or family and friends safe without the unpleasantries of traditional chemical-heavy bug sprays and pesticides. Our Electric Mosquito Killer Lamp ensures not an ounce of bad into your home or office for high performance that’s not only quiet, but effective.
Power by USB
Designed with a built-in 5V 400 mAh rechargeable battery, you can conveniently charge up this mosquito-killer with a USB charging cord (one included with your purchase). That means whether by laptop or wall outlet, you can power up this must-have device anytime, anywhere.
Ready for some peace finally?
Get the most out of your pest killer
Place the device 1.6 to 3.9 feet above the ground for best mosquito-capturing results.
When the mosquito killer is on and working, turn off all other light sources in the room. The darker the room, the better. This way the mosquitoes will be only attracted to the machine.
Ensure humans are not right next to the machine during use.
Turn the mosquito-trapping device two to three hours before going to sleep. Put it in the corner of a room (away from the bed) for better results.
Keep the machine away from high spaces such as dressers to avoid it possibly falling. Fan blades can be damaged.
Compact-sizes for convenience
Our UV-light device measures 4.72 x 7.48 in (W x L) for a non-bulk solution that doesn’t take up too much space. Fit it in anywhere for pest-ridding convenience.
Open to empty
Open the bottom large-capacity storage tank once a week to get rid of dead prey.
It catches mosquitoes very efficiently I have a healthy one using it and it has greatly reduced the mosquitoes in my bedroom
Unexpectedly successful purchase! This pretty baby solved my problem with small fruit flies in my kitchen, and I am sure that we will not have problems with mosquitoes this summer! It also has a very interesting design and works quietly. Thanks
This thing is great. I live in Hawaii where there can be a few bugs flying around. I would try and get rid of flys everyday but since I got this I have only seen one fly in my house. I leave it on at night and in the morning I come down to a fly and mosquito free home.
Finally I found a solution for mosquitoes 🦟 in my house, I was so tired of trying aerosol poison, and those mosquitoes bites, i just plug it in the electricity, close thr windows and turn off the light before going bed and I wake up with no mosquitoes
This works great. I catch so many mosquitos every night and hardly ever get bit inside my home anymore. It also give just the right amount of soft fan sound to block out other noise at night. I think people pay for machines that create sound like this to sleep better.
This mosquito lamp has a very interesting design. Not like most other ones that use some metal net with current to kill mosquito. This lamp has a small fan in it. When mosquito fly close to the entrance, it will be blow into the trap box. Has used this for two days, already catched two small flies. So far so good.
I forgot if it’s pheromones or something but in a room with ten other people, I will be the only one getting bit by mosquitoes! Having spent years trying to perfect my swatting techniques against these flying ninjas of a nuisance, I’ve finally invested in this mosquito contraption. It’s smaller in size and compact enough that I can keep it a few feer away. With the rain that we’ve been having, the mosquitoes will be heavy this year. This thing has proved itself for me earlier this week when one of those flying ninjas tried to suckle on my sweet blood nectar, well not this year my flying ninja! Not this year!!!