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Electronic Insect Terminator - £1.00 @ Poundland

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Back Again These Always Seem To Sell Out Very Quickly This useful insect terminator will get rid of all those bugs around the dinner table and at your summer BBQ. Not harmful to humans and pets, …
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Back Again These Always Seem To Sell Out Very Quickly

This useful insect terminator will get rid of all those bugs around the dinner table and at your summer BBQ. Not harmful to humans and pets, no mess to clean up and no smell or chemical sprays. Battery operated. Available in 3 colours - Amazing Value at just £1 each!
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6 Likes #1
Its actually quite difficult to hit a fly in flight even with a glorified tennis raquet . But man! what a great sound when you do.
5 Likes #2
I hit a big (and i mean big) bluebottle last summer and the noise that it made when it hit the bat was nasty it even smoked and the light off it hitting the bat could of lit my street up ! :|
#3
Hot, i better get 2 as i go a bit wild with these lol
3 Likes #4
If you whack these off your own jeans covered backside in front of the kids, the effect certainly seems to control their desire for misbehaviour when you warn them they are next!;)

heat OP
#5
These are great, but I keep breaking them when I swish it too hard.
#6
dartgirl
These are great, but I keep breaking them when I swish it too hard.

Try not to swish it too hard then.
#7
dartgirl
These are great, but I keep breaking them when I swish it too hard.



Same here but at a quid a pop, I have a couple in as backup.

Top Tip...
When you have swatted the little blighter, keep the button pressed for a few seconsd more to propper fry the fly, very satisfying but they can smell of singed hair a bit!
#8
Excellent stuff, mine's broken. Very good for daddylonglegs as well in the summer months but their legs fry quickly and stink the house out like burnt hair.
#9
These are superb. Tip is when you see them on the wall, just cover them gently, as this prevents them from being scared off. Then lay it totally flat against the wall. Then when it flies off, it's trapped, and a fry up is inevitable.
#10
i love how insects are the one creature people are allowed to not give a damn about! Bring it on flies, prepare to meet a frizzly end.
6 Likes #11
if you dismantle the head off these they do make a very good mini taser.
#12
This is perect, I'm going to have great fun this summer after ordering the bee house and now these.
1 Like #13
can I use this for badminton?
1 Like #14
Bad Actor
These are great if you're an African orphan,.

or if you have a month old dead cat in the back garden.
#15
Fly: "I'll be back"
#16
These are great for getting the kids with they do something wrong. It will hurt them but it won't last long.
#17
can you kill bee's with them ? this should get the anti brigade going :)
#18
these are cruel - voted cold






kidding
#19
these are awesome when you shock yourself, even better when you do it to someone else
#20
flloydee2
can you kill bee's with them ? this should get the anti brigade going :)

Well I think the pc brigade are active as my comment was deleted.
No sense of British humour.(_;)
#21
best invention ever....get ready for all the july bugs
#22
Gonna have to grab a few sharpish.
2 Likes #23
Its hilarious if you put a gerbil or hamster on these and turn it on, they dance like Jacko. Chamone rodent mofo!
#24
Do these work on bunnies and cats and other cute animals too? :)
#25
and can you plug them into the mains to really get some zapping action going?
banned#26
Kanedaaaaaa
Excellent stuff, mine's broken. Very good for daddylonglegs as well in the summer months but their legs fry quickly and stink the house out like burnt hair.
Cos daddies have hairy legs (_;)

"Not harmfull to humans".....Go on then.......lick it ! :|
#27
Get the kids one each when they're arguing and let them fight it out amongst themselves. Better than telly :-)
#28
They also provide a good workout! Hot! (_;)
#29
Bought a few in Inda when i last visited. They are AWESOME, hours of fun and you know when you have "got" them because they make that wonderful sound. Better than the Wii
1 Like #30
Rupz
Bought a few in Inda when i last visited. They are AWESOME, hours of fun and you know when you have "got" them because they make that wonderful sound. Better than the Wii


Better than the wii zapper? no way! :p
#31
I know this item is for flies but has anyone ever tried it out on spiders? (I suppose we need spiders to kill flies but the spiders in Liverpool really do arrive all in one go and a have party inside my house)

Edited By: zcgby03 on Mar 27, 2011 17:11
1 Like #32
craigstephens
Its hilarious if you put a gerbil or hamster on these and turn it on, they dance like Jacko. Chamone rodent mofo!

oh dear!oh dear

might put one on each foot of my cat
#33
I tried this on my finger.. twice. It hurts and I have a bit of scarring from the burn. Definitely wouldn't want to be an insect hit by this.
1 Like #34
tomghc
I tried this on my finger.. twice. It hurts and I have a bit of scarring from the burn. Definitely wouldn't want to be an insect hit by this.


So you worked out it hurt and scars you from the burn the second time you did it?!

Edited By: The End on Mar 27, 2011 17:39
#35
Do these work on bigger pests? i.e hooligans
#36
anyone else turned one into a mini stun gun to prank people with? or just me?
#37
The End
tomghc
I tried this on my finger.. twice. It hurts and I have a bit of scarring from the burn. Definitely wouldn't want to be an insect hit by this.


So you worked out it hurt and scars you from the burn the second time you did it?!

I can't really explain the second time. I'm just an idiot I guess! oO
#38
pity lenney henry didnt see these a few weeks ago as according to his charity it costs £10 for a mosquito net and he could just send a few of these instead.
voted hot for that reason.
#39
Could these be made to work as snow-shoes for sadistic dwarves?
#40
Funniest thread since Onkyo

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