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* Sophisticated detection system, which detects and repels cats, without harming them
* Protects lawns, flowerbeds, bird feeders and ponds.
* Easy to install
* Weather resistant
* Requires two 9V alkaline batteries (not included)

I suggest a couple of 9v rechargable batteries from somewhere like 7dayshop to save having to keep buying new batteries.
Works for most cats, some seem deaf in my area, kids dont like the sound much either ;-)
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#2
I got one of these for about £35 , they work for say 2 weeks but they you just get the cats coming back they just learn to get use to it , waste of money if u ask me

i even got a spider insect one for my shed and that was bloody useless also
#3
A-n-d-y
I got one of these for about £35 , they work for say 2 weeks but they you just get the cats coming back they just learn to get use to it , waste of money if u ask me

i even got a spider insect one for my shed and that was bloody useless also


I think that's b'cos the battery ran out in 2 weeks. Use a power adapter for this and it will work
[mod]#4
I have one and find it works fine, you do need to keep the batteries replaced or as Maveli says buy the power adaptor for it.
The problem with using a power brick is that the unit needs then to be fairly close to a power point, I prefer batteries so I can move it around my large garden.
I see the odd cat still but think this one must have hearing problems!

Works well on kids too they hate the noise it makes if they get in range of the detector. Seems that teens and under are the only ones who in general can hear it so maybe it has a use for those who have groups of kids hanging around outside the front of your home in the evenings...
#5
I got one from B&Q for around £30.
As stated it loves batterys but ours works great.
The cats do not come in our garden and its saved our 2 bays trees from drinking cats p*ss.
#6
MikeT
Seems that teens and under are the only ones who in general can hear it so maybe it has a use for those who have groups of kids hanging around outside the front of your home in the evenings...


Yes and the little sods turn mine off and forget to turn it back on. mine is in my garage to stop the vermin peeing up my bike!
#7
I have 4 of these in my garden and still have cats mess over the lawn and yesterday within 2 metres of the repellant.
And the batterys are always replaced...........
It seems some cats must get used to the pulses it gives out.
#8
:thumbsup:I bought 3 of these last week from Amazon but not tried them yet. Does anyone know where is best to get the power adapter from? I notice Amazon don't sell them (only Amazon Marketplace which are quite expensive once you add on delivery!). Rep for anyone that can find a bargain!!
[mod]#9
Well at £13 delivered its half the usual price for these things and if it works for your problem its a bargain, if your cats are all deaf and take little notice you only lost £13 instead of £26 ;-)
#10
MikeT;5574338
I have one and find it works fine, you do need to keep the batteries replaced or as Maveli says buy the power adaptor for it.
The problem with using a power brick is that the unit needs then to be fairly close to a power point, I prefer batteries so I can move it around my large garden.
I see the odd cat still but think this one must have hearing problems!

Works well on kids too they hate the noise it makes if they get in range of the detector. Seems that teens and under are the only ones who in general can hear it so maybe it has a use for those who have groups of kids hanging around outside the front of your home in the evenings...


Maybe your right about battery but i had a electric spider one in my shed and yet stil have flood loads of spiders lol ..... the cat wee smell has gone down alot though but not sure if thats cause ive been using my garden more during summer ,or if it is this thing , but i as i say i still see cats ... hiding in bush or whatever , probably doing a poo or wee lol.....damm things lol

If im in garden though or a walk past it , it does make a horrid noise that does hurt my hears so i know its working , my friend claims he cant hear it though so not sure why i can but ive always be quite sensitive to noise..

I can even hear a slight pitch noise from the spider insect one , so im probably going to get rid of it as it dont even seem to work anyway , deffo couldnt have one of them in my house it would drive me mad lol..only got it cause it said it stops spiders and mice , only bothered about mice getting in and tearing through things in shed
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rawson, any mains to 9v dc adaptor 300ma or above should do the trick, they usually come with a multitude of different plugs and polarity can be swopped round as needed.

Maybe the local £1 shop?

Bear in mind though electrical safety in the garden, only run the 9v side outside and remember voltage drops as length of cable increases, so if you extend the lead length too much it may not work.
#12
Waste of money, Have had several different types none worked. finally got a water sprayer type with pir sensor "NO MORE MOGGIES" my gardens been cat pee & poo free for two years now:-D
#13
I bought one of these from Amazon 3 months ago, work a treat. No cats s**t anymore :thumbsup:

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