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Spider / Insect Catcher for £6.99 delivered @ IWOOT
Spider / Insect Catcher for £6.99 delivered @ IWOOT

Spider / Insect Catcher for £6.99 delivered @ IWOOT

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Spiders (and wasps - don't ever forget wasps) in my flat usually results in me screaming until my girlfriend removes the 'invader' via the old 'glass and paper' technique.

I've been looking around for a slightly more 'independent' solution to my problem, and this great insect catcher looks like the best thing out there.

It has great user reviews on Amazon (4.7 out of 5 from 43 reviews) - but the cheapest price on there (via a Marketplace seller) is £10.83 (RRP is apparently £9.99).

Don't forget Quidco, Also available through their eBay store:

ebay.co.uk/itm…426

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EEEeeeeeek!oO

Glass is more fun

Price just gone up - but only to £7.06.

Note Quidco available 10%

Saintledger

Glass is more fun



Not as much fun as a rolled up newspaper

I'll stick to the glass/card method and save myself 7 quid

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Dillon143

Price just gone up - but only to £7.06.Note Quidco available 10%



Ah, that's strange. Automated from the increased hits, perhaps?

It's still £6.99 from their eBay store, if you're not bothered about Quidco:

ebay.co.uk/itm…426
Edited by: "caligari" 19th May 2012

Didn't know about these! For those with an irrational fear of spiders (not me guv, cos I'm a bloke, honest... ;), this is worth double the price.

Can't wait for this to arrive, so I..., I mean my wife can catch the little buggers without inadvertent lady shrieks...

Will it work on Kalou's head?

I'd rather have the one I use,I wouldn't trust that one,what if it falls out and lands on you before you get to throw it outside

Ebay 270962597508

Is it really that cruel just to flatten them into the window?
Rather than try and say save a wasp, let it go, and risk it heading back in your window and it succeeding to sting you next time?
(PS- I am allergic to there sting, so I prefer the squishy method)
Edited by: "zeroHour2" 20th May 2012

zeroHour2

Is it really that cruel just to flatten them into the window?Rather than … Is it really that cruel just to flatten them into the window?Rather than try and say save a wasp, let it go, and risk it heading back in your window and it succeeding to sting you next time?(PS- I am allergic to there sting, so I prefer the squishy method)



if you're allergic I woundn't recommend the squishing method, if you miss you'll just make it angry and it will sting you. glass and paper method is much better.
Edited by: "Saintledger" 20th May 2012

fatcatsatonthemat

Not as much fun as a rolled up newspaper



Can of deodorant and a lighter works equally as well although does result in more frequent redecoration.

Saintledger

if you're allergic I woundn't recommend the squishing method, if you miss … if you're allergic I woundn't recommend the squishing method, if you miss you'll just make it angry and it will sting you. glass and paper method is much better.



When the squishing is going on I'm normally behind a closed door in another room letting someone else do it
I just like to know it's gone for good.
Edited by: "zeroHour2" 21st May 2012
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