Animal Repeller - Solar Powered - £9.99 - LIDL (Florabest)- Instore - 3 Year Warranty
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Animal Repeller - Solar Powered - £9.99 - LIDL (Florabest)- Instore - 3 Year Warranty

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Found 23rd Mar 2017
Harmlessly Repels Dogs, Cats, Foxes, Squirrels and Rodents with high frequency sounds and flashing lights – Ideal for Gardens Driveways or Garages
Integrated solar panel for Mains Free operation with 5 modes for specific animals or universal use
Adjustable motion sensor with a detection range of up to approx 8 m
Motion sensor detection angle approx. 110 degrees
Sturdy aluminium spike for ground attachment, and materials for optional wall mounting
Includes batteries and USB Charging Cable
Available at LIDL from 30th March for £9.99
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High frequency sounds and flashing lights are you sure it's not just a rave for rodents?:p
Sorry i love animal Do not repel him.
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Will give this a go. Neighbour has 5 cats, our garden gets covered!
Hopefully this works on my family too!
i have one. the solar power doesn't work great for.me. i still have to bring it.in and charge it every two days or the ginger cat comes and abuses my front garden!
My neighbour had one,
doesn't work

and his subsequent kicking of my cat didn't work either because I let all his tyres down


try using a hosepipe, this annoys the cat, but doesn't annoy the cats owner
Edited by: "horsey" 23rd Mar 2017
declanmorrow

Will give this a go. Neighbour has 5 cats, our garden gets covered!



Sling the dirt over the fence into theirs, see how they like it.
Like Horsey says, cats hate water. Snipe from your upstairs window with a high-powered water rifle.
Covert.Recon

Like Horsey says, cats hate water. Snipe from your upstairs window with a … Like Horsey says, cats hate water. Snipe from your upstairs window with a high-powered water rifle.



Or for an even more effective tactic, which is arguably only slightly the right side of evil, fill the water gun with male urine. There can't be anything much more off-putting to a cat than to be scent marked by a human.
Tried one out on our cat. Expected a reaction......cat lazily opened one eye and went back to sleep. Some deterrent!
these are A pain in the ass. i can hear them :
I got a battery powered one recently and it takes 2x9v batteries. It works pretty well. I've heard the cat jumping the fence in a hurry to escape, so it must have taken a blast of the noise a few times.

That said, if you have a big garden, one of there just won't be enough to cover it if the cat has multiple entry points. Mr. **** still managed to sneak in under the radar (down the end of the garden where the sensor is not pointing) and leave a deposit

Some pros and cons to consider:
- Battery powered ones will get expensive over time, especially if they are the type that take 2x9v. So this solar jobbie from lidl would definitely work out cheaper in the long run.
- That said, you are limited to where you can put a solar one, as it'll have to be a in a sunny spot. And it'll be almost useless in Winter.
ryancurly

these are A pain in the ass. i can hear them :


I can hear mine too! Hurts my ears. Have to turn it facing the wall when I'm in the garden doing anything for any length of time or it'll actually give me a headache.

However, I believe the ones with the frequency settings dial (like the one from lidl), if you set the frequency to 3-5, humans can no longer hear it.
Hate these things with a passion. Neighbor has one and does my nut when it goes off. Buzzes beeps and sqwarks for about a minute. And sometime goes off constantly for about 5 minutes, clearly doesnt work!
urbanbushwacker

High frequency sounds and flashing lights are you sure it's not just a … High frequency sounds and flashing lights are you sure it's not just a rave for rodents?:p



​No that's here:

Techno Mouse
Spent ages trying to get a post to work on here (link wasn't working), but it's now disappeared!
Basically try the "Cat repellent granules"
from Wilko, they worked for me!
Edited by: "TR35" 24th Mar 2017
dewonderful

I got a battery powered one recently and it takes 2x9v batteries. It … I got a battery powered one recently and it takes 2x9v batteries. It works pretty well. I've heard the cat jumping the fence in a hurry to escape, so it must have taken a blast of the noise a few times. That said, if you have a big garden, one of there just won't be enough to cover it if the cat has multiple entry points. Mr. **** still managed to sneak in under the radar (down the end of the garden where the sensor is not pointing) and leave a deposit :{Some pros and cons to consider:- Battery powered ones will get expensive over time, especially if they are the type that take 2x9v. So this solar jobbie from lidl would definitely work out cheaper in the long run. - That said, you are limited to where you can put a solar one, as it'll have to be a in a sunny spot. And it'll be almost useless in Winter.


I've been using battery ones for a couple of years, 4xAA, and put good quality rechargeable Eneloop types in. Seem to be getting 6 months between charges even over winter. My tip is to vary the frequency adjustment and locations slightly from time to time so cats don't get over familiar with the repellers. These gadgets do have some effect, just not 100%.
TR35

Spent ages trying to get a post to work on here (link wasn't working), … Spent ages trying to get a post to work on here (link wasn't working), but it's now disappeared!Basically try the "Cat repellent granules" from Wilko, they worked for me!


Lion dung pellets work but are expensive.
buglawton

Lion dung pellets work but are expensive.


Apparently an urban myth X) youtu.be/S9L…m8s
TR35

Spent ages trying to get a post to work on here (link wasn't working), … Spent ages trying to get a post to work on here (link wasn't working), but it's now disappeared!Basically try the "Cat repellent granules" from Wilko, they worked for me!


But I hear these dissolve in rain like slug pellets, so have to be replaced quite often? Meaning they will cost a lot over time.
buglawton

Lion dung pellets work but are expensive.


Used silent roar before,didnt work.12 bore did though.oO.Joking.Im going to try a supersoaker this year though.
Edited by: "sandstone1" 24th Mar 2017
urbanbushwacker

High frequency sounds and flashing lights are you sure it's not just a … High frequency sounds and flashing lights are you sure it's not just a rave for rodents?:p



​...And then suddenly my bad day just got better by reading that!
I think i paid nearly £30 for something similar from amazon about 6 months ago to deter squirrells n cats......these animals come and sit next to the thing...utter rubbish
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ran123ran

I think i paid nearly £30 for something similar from amazon about 6 … I think i paid nearly £30 for something similar from amazon about 6 months ago to deter squirrells n cats......these animals come and sit next to the thing...utter rubbish



It might be worth trying the Lidl Animal Repeller -available from tomorrow for £10 - that includes a 3 year warranty
This one has Five Modes - depending on what Mode the animal is in (_;)
Edited by: "jimmybo" 29th Mar 2017
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This looks the same (Just received)
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Would it work on zebras? I live in Kenya and they are really getting on my tits...,
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spatter

Would it work on zebras? I live in Kenya and they are really getting on … Would it work on zebras? I live in Kenya and they are really getting on my tits...,



It would depend on what part of your estate that they zebras are crossing X)
my frontage
jimmybo

This looks the same (Just received)



Thats the same as one i bought of amazon
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