DynaTrap Insect Trap (Get Rid of Bugs) Review
The friendly folks at DynaTrap Insect Trap offered to send me a 1/2 acre unit to review and tell you about. Since we moved to Wisconsin and have a lake cabin about 10 minutes away from our new house, an insect trap is JUST what we needed! The mosquitoes are SO bad this year. It is just awful! You can’t even sit outside after the sun starts to go down. They will eat you alive!
So, what did I think? First, set up is a snap! All you do is take it out of the box and plug it in. You can hang it, or set it on a table. It can run 24/7, and doesn’t matter if it gets rained on or anything. Just set it, and forget it! 😉
The instructions suggest that it might take a few weeks to achieve optimal results. After plugging it in, it goes to work fighting insects, flying bugs, mosquitoes and everything you can think of in the creepy crawly category.
I didn’t notice a difference immediately, and sadly I waited until we needed the bugs gone to plug it in. But, literally within a few days there were fewer bugs. After a few weeks (even at the LAKE where bugs usually win!) there are just NO pesky pests bothering us as long as the DynaTrap is there. I know that’s probably hard to believe, but that is my experience.
For example, at the 4th of July party at the cabin, we were sitting around the campfire and my friend LeeAnn said, “wow, there are no bugs out here. They are out of control at my house.” One by one everyone chimed in that the bugs are terrible this year “at their house.” So I said, “I think it’s the Dynatrap!” “No,” one person had read a news report that there were less mosquitoes temporarily. “What?? We’re in Wisconsin! I think it’s the DynaTrap Insect Trap!” Aye, my family. What can you do? But, even now – three weeks later, there are virtually no bugs at the cabin. They are in full force everywhere else.
It really works.
Here are my favorite things about the DynaTrap Insect Trap:
- It really works! Bugs are GONEZO!
- No need to mess with it; leave it on 24/7 – rain or shine
- Super easy to set up, just plug in and hang up or set on table
- No zapping noise like old bug zappers (shudders!)
- Takes no more electricity than a standard light bulb