Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Astor Extra Large Electric Swatter Review

I recently was given the opportunity to review the Astor Extra Large Electric Swatter for free in exchange for my 100% honest and unbiased opinion on their product.

Ever get tired of bugs bugging you while you are trying to enjoy sitting outside or even inside your home?

I have always used the typical fly swatter to get rid of those pesky bugs only to have them break on me which is a complete waste of money to me. So when I was given the opportunity to review the Astor Extra Large Electric Swatter I was so excited. You see I live in the desert area and bugs are such a problem out here anything from flies to scorpions. 

The Astor Extra Large Electric Swatter is just that a swatter that is electric and I have to say it is actually fun to use too. The difference between the usual fly swatters and this one is that you actually know that you have gotten that pesky bug because you see the shock when you touch the bug and you hear a popping noise.

Keep your home, yard and campsite free of annoying and unsanitary insects with this extra large, extra powerful electric bug zapper. Tiny gnats to giant roaches ... flying, crawling or creeping ... if you swat them, you got them.
Kills Bugs on Contact
Push the button in the handle as you swing, and the strings will be "juiced" with a current that stops bugs instantly. And every hit is a can't-miss, because there are no inactive screens between the insect and the zapping strings, which could allow the insect to escape. When you've finished zapping, release the button and it will turn off immediately. An LED warning light tells you when the strings are electrified.
10.5" x 8" Zapping Surface
Just like a tennis player with a bigger racket head, you'll score more "aces" with this swatter's 84 square inches of swatting surface, than with the 56 square inches of standard models. The handle is about the same size as a tennis racket's, too, and is comfortable to hold while you swing.
Built for Power and Endurance
The Astor Extra Large Electric Swatter runs on 2 "C" batteries, which deliver significantly more zapping power (4000 volts) than the models that use 2 "AA" batteries. (Please note: Electrified strings should not be touched by humans or pets. They won't cause serious injury but will inflict an unpleasant jolt.) Made with strong ABS plastic and zinc steel zapping strings, the Astor Extra Large Electric Swatter will stand up to thousands of swats and keep you insect free through all your indoor and outdoor activities. A starter set of 2 "C" batteries is included with your purchase. 

 When you push the button and see the red light you know that you are ready to get rid of whatever is bothering you. I have even used the Astor Extra Large Electric Swatter to get rid of Black Widows. The only thing I do wish is that the swatter was both rechargeable and battery operated too.

Visit AMAZON to purchase the Astor Extra Large Electric Swatter for $19.95 by clicking HERE

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