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Zevo Flying Insect Trap Refill Cartridges, Fly Trap, Fruit Fly Trap (2 Refill Cartridges)

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Bundle Zevo Flying Insect Trap Refill Kit NO Device - Model 3 2 -Pack (2) Sold Separately, White (M364)

$17.98  in stock
as of May 16, 2024 10:47 am


Material‎2 Refill Cartridges
Product Dimensions‎4"L x 7.15"W x 9"H
Number of Pieces‎4
Is Electric‎No
Target Species‎Moth, Fly, Mosquito, Gnat
Part Number‎M364
Item Weight‎3.52 ounces
Item model number‎M364
Power Source‎Electric
Item Package Quantity‎2
Batteries Included‎No
Batteries Required‎No

  • Use in Zevo fly trap to eliminate flying insects in your home
  • Blue and UV light attracts flying insects
  • Traps flying insects on disposable adhesive backing
  • Removable refill cartridges available for year round protection

Safer Home SH502 Indoor Plug-In Fly Trap for Flies, Fruit Flies, Moths, Gnats, and Other Flying Insects – 400 Sq Ft of Protection

 in stock
as of May 16, 2024 10:47 am


StyleDevice + 2 Glue Cards
Product Dimensions2.25"L x 3.2"W x 5.8"H
Item Weight132 Grams
Number of Pieces1
Is ElectricYes
Target SpeciesMoth, Fly, Gnat
Item Weight4.7 ounces
ManufacturerWoodstream Corporation
Country of OriginChina
Item model numberSH502
Best Sellers Rank#3 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden) #2 in Pest Control Traps

  • Works Fast – The trap starts working immediately to attract, trap, and kill flies, fruit flies, moths, gnats, and more
  • Contains no chemical insecticides
  • Ideal for Your Home – These traps are the perfect choice for homes with children and pets
  • Protects Large Rooms – The UV LED light naturally attracts flying insects to the trap to protect large rooms
  • Discreet Design – Trapped insects are hidden on the back of the glue card, while the trendy design blends in with your décor
  • Easy to Use and Reusable – Simply insert a glue card and plug the trap in. The trap rotates to fit any indoor outlet. Refill glue cards are available for continued insect protection

Zevo Flying Insect Trap Refill Cartridges, Fly Trap, Fruit Fly Trap (2 Refill Cartridges)

$9.99  in stock
as of May 16, 2024 10:47 am


StyleRefill Kit
Product Dimensions1"L x 1"W x 1"H
Item Weight0.12 Pounds
Number of Pieces2
Is ElectricNo
Target SpeciesFly, Mosquito, Gnat
Item Weight1.92 ounces
Item model numberModel 4
Best Sellers Rank#52,288 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden) #1,095 in Pest Control Traps
Is Discontinued By ManufacturerNo

  • Use in Zevo fly trap to eliminate flying insects including fruit flies, gnats, and house flies in your home.
  • Captures flying insects onto an adhesive backing that you never have to touch. Odorless and mess-free.
  • Removable refill cartridges available for year round protection.
  • Effortless 24/7 continuous attraction works day and night to help protect your family from pesky flying insects. Designed for any room or area of your home where flying insects gather including kitchens, bathrooms, garage, and living spaces.
  • Includes 2 refill cartridges.

KATCHY Indoor Insect Trap - Catcher & Killer for Mosquitos, Gnats, Moths, Fruit Flies - Non-Zapper Traps for Inside Your Home - Catch Insects Indoors with Suction, Bug Light & Sticky Glue (Black)

 in stock
as of May 16, 2024 10:47 am


Product Dimensions4.3"L x 4.3"W x 0.2"H
Number of Pieces1
Is ElectricYes
Item Weight1.23 pounds
Item model numberB07B6RZP4H
Best Sellers Rank#136 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden) #16 in Pest Control Traps
Is Discontinued By ManufacturerNo

  • Triple trapping power: a UV light, powerful fan, and sticky glue board combines to be an effective way for how to get rid of fruit flies, gnats, and other small bugs. Simply turn on/off when needed.
  • Use the fruit fly trap for indoors close to insect-ridden fruit, plants or trash bin. Turn off the lights for best results.
  • No more ugly traps! Subtle and stylish; easily place in your home, kitchen, or office as a decorative piece. No zapper needed.
  • Not effective on house flies. Is effective in killing fruit flies, gnats, and mosquitos.
  • Easy to use, choose between standard or low speed setting and leave it to work its magic, EPA Est. Numb.:93372-CHN-1


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  1. The item arrived broken 🙁 I am SUPREMELY disappointed because I was so excited at the thought of having an effective method to combat my nemesis that is the mischievously thriving fruit fly colony which plagues me, and this item arrived this morning broken. 🙁 The blades of the fan internally are not connected and are banging about inside. Though I don’t normally pay full price for things unless necessary (I either wait for a good sale or use applicable coupons/promo codes), I took the plunge on this purchase due to my need for a competent and efficient resolve combined with it’s GLOWING reviews! First, I had to wait 9 days to receive the item, which I wasn’t happy about, but not upset either. I have literally been checking tracking daily and looking forward to it’s arrival. Then it arrives *HAPPY DAY*. I opened the package, removed the unit (felt/heard something odd but didn’t think too much of it at that moment), reviewed the directions, plugged it in and although the light came on, the fan did not. I thought maybe I need to press a particular button or what-have-you, so I re-read the directions. Nope, it should be automatic. So I then began inspecting the unit and realized the fan blades were not connected. I then even looked for a way to open the unit without busting it so that I can fix it myself (I’m incredibly handy and that’s how much I wanted this to work!). No go. I could probably open it up, but then it wouldn’t be returnable. Ok, so THEN I go to the item link on Amazon and as of earlier today, it said “This item is currently unavailable” followed by something to the effect of ‘and we don’t know if or when it will become available’. I attempted to contact the seller to no avail. My only viable option was and is to return it. I don’t want to return it for a refund or leave a bad review. Rather, I want the working unit I paid and patiently waited for. Errrrr. I decided to go about my day knowing I’d come back to this later and here I am. … I pull the item up this evening, it is in fact available again, but instead of the $39.79 price I paid 9 days ago, it is right now (6/15/2018) listed at $54.49. Whaaaa?? So I am leaving this review in hopes that the seller will contact me and make good on my purchase, at which point I would update my review to reflect the working conditions of this seemingly enigmatic device.In summary, this 1 star review encompasses only that the item arrived broken and therefore did not operate as intended. A working unit may very well be worthy of all it’s positive reviews. And maaaaybe even the new $54.49 price.I hope I am a unique case. I also hope this review was of help to you.Update 6/17/18:The seller contacted me today apologizing for my inconvenience and explaining that Amazon is responsible for the damage done during the shipping of this product. I responded immediately that I appreciate the response and although I completely understand that Amazon assumes the shipping responsibility, I am also concerned that I cannot repurchase a working unit at the price I paid 2 weeks ago. I inquired how this can be rectified, stating that I fully intend to update my review according to their level of service and the actual benefits of a working unit.  And now I await their response.Honestly, if I have to repurchase at the higher price, I won’t and I’ll leave my review star at 1. It’s not the price as much as the principle. Products can be damaged in shipping, that’s understandable. But the seller is also responsible for commitment. So I’m really hoping they come through with a reasonable resolve that honors the price I paid for a working unit. I’ll keep you posted.Update 7/1/18:The seller not only replaced my originally bought unit, but included extras as well. They have been extremely diligent in correspondence and I can honestly say that I am not only satisfied, but impressed.With that said, I would not have altered my review to 5 stars for customer service alone. …these units works amazingly! The home I live in was built in 1924 and does not sport insulation the way a new home would. So pests are/can be/were a problem. The units do in fact attract flying things very well! The sticky pad of results had 2 bugs I didn’t know I had and don’t recognize. I am extremely happy with my purchase! And may very well buy more.The unit itself is aesthetically pleasing and is relatively quiet. Night is the best time for results since that’s when it’s darkest and the bugs can ‘see’ the light. The blue light transitions in brightness, which is even more effective in attracting it’s prey.I’m changing my review from a 1 star to a 5 star. I saw other reviews stating it was a flimsy design. I do get what they’re saying, but how thick must this unit be to rectify that?? It works as intended and looks good doing it. The bottom is easy to open to check and/or replace the sticky pad. There are only 2 buttons so it’s super easy to operate. And it doesn’t look like a bug catcher at all. No one would know. So I feel it’s ‘flimsiness’ (is that a word?) is of no concern. As long as it performs, who cares how heavy or thick it is?This is 5 stars from someone who had to work for it. I hope this review helped you! Happy bug hunting 🙂

  2. I purchased a scratchNdent and found my item had been used and slightly damaged, the top swirl grill was missing a small piece, and one of the sticky disks had been put into the unit already with a gnat stuck to it. Okay. I plugged it in, pushed one of the setting buttons (standard) and the light came on and the little fan makes a little bit of breeze, but wet a finger and hold it at the bottom and it is breezing out.It is also bigger than I expected, but I have such a tiny bug issue in this place, I don’t care as long as it works. Something was mentioned about it works better in lower light levels. So. I plugged it in and set it up in a place I have been having issues. Four hours later, I pick it up to look down in. There’s a lot more than one gnat on the mat already. It’s doing the job. Great.The local little winged wildlife has resisted: letting the pots dry out good between waterings, watering with a mix of hydrogen peroxide and water, top mulching the pots, and the yellow sticky trap things. This seems to be vacuuming them up. YAY! If this works out I will get a couple more as I have plants in a few areas in my house.Trust me, I have at least six different microbugs including fruit flies, fungus gnats (arrgh!), a different gnat, and not sure exactly but a few are like tiny tiny various sorts of beetles… keeping the swarms down would be wonderful, without killing my plants. I will update this as it goes..The picture isn’t quite truelight because it is fairly dark in there, but. That’s what it sorta looks like ON in the dark. To the right that is a matte BLACK surface that it’s reflecting off of.Edit: my house is large, my buggie collection is way down on one end of the house where I have my first one, but. I just got a second one, also scratchNdent, to deal with the other end.I seen where someone complained that it is a fly-spa. This will NOT work on houseflies. They are too big and strong to be whooshed down onto the sticky pad. There are other ones built ($60-80) as wall sconces that WILL do the houseflies. This isn’t built for that.However all the assorted little gnats and such are collecting at alarming rates on my sticky pads. It is nice to sit at my computer in the evening and not kill at least a dozen tiny assorted buggies. And my fungus gnat problem that came in with some potting soil mix, is pretty much gone.I can’t say enough, if you have a grow booth and issues with little critters, that putting one of these in the booth at about two weeks for a night will not affect your grow and if there is anything in there it will clear out most of the problems. I have one room where the booth and most of my houseplants live (plus my spring starts as I go into that season as I update this) and the first one is outside the grow booth on the floor where it clearsthat room pretty well.Second one installed near the kitchen sink and other bathroom on other end of house, as there is a persistent problem there. I don’t think it will catch sewer flies but those tend to respond to hot vinegar flushed through a running disposal with hot sink water, then follow with a cut up lemon and some icecubes run through the disposer. I will let you know if I get those little buggers back and if it can catch one or not.On both I am turning them off during the day and on after dark, as that is when the UV light seems to be the most visible to the little winged pests. I also want to see if the kitchen one will draw spiders. There are a few kinds that are drawn to dead prey, and though I have sticky traps for them, if this will be able to stick one down or not if it comes to check it out. Another thing I will update.Edit update. Plant area one is catching mostly gnats, vatloads of them. Kitchen has only a few, but is getting the fruit flies from the bananas. I put spider traps near both and the kitchen catch is up. Could not be happier with both Katchys. Have spring bedding and flower starts going and a new grow in the tent. I’ve put one in the tent a few times and no gnattie problem (last time will be day/ night 18 so as not to mess up auto blooming). No chemicals. Still worth the price. Replacing the sticky pads is super easy too.Edit: very late fall. We are the house servants of two mixed breed part Persian purries. The grey and white one in particular has very fine hair and a very full coat despite daily brushing/grooming. So we have slightly pre-used fur all over. Plus lots of house dust-joys of where we live. I have to take a q-tip to the top of both my Katchy’s weekly to keep the house glorp from obstructing airflow (also have to do it to our tower fans). Still catching the tiniest no-see-ums, fungus gnats and fruit flies. With fall garden harvest, the fruit flies moved in. I added a capful of apple cider taped off with a few holes next to the kitchen one, and it was literally carpeted with fruit flies in the bottom. The plants that came in brought micro buggies, and those numbers are quickly dropping as well.A Katchy doesn’t instantly get your population but in days you should have a disgusting collection on the bottom pad… I purchased a no- zap UV/sticky pad catcher meant for houseflies and installed over the toilet at the ceiling. It also does the job with a little time. So. Katchy do their job well, are easy to use and maintain, and paired with a true flycatcher, really helps keep you unbothered. $40 well spent.

  3. I bought two of these because we were dealing with a hostage situation and I was desperate. I repotted a plant and apparently the soil was the Trojan horse. Anyways.I love these. I love how effective they are. I used all 8 sticky traps in two weeks and they were all disgustingly full with treasonous flies. I don’t even know where the flies were coming from, but they just kept coming to the machine.I swapped out the traps every few days. I recommend having a container of some kind to put the old traps in to wait for all the bugs to die. This way you don’t restart an out break from the garbage. When the traps get full there’s obviously less sticky surface left and you get some flies that are trapped in the machine but not dead yet. I just used the plastic the traps came in.There’s reviews saying it didn’t work….. I’m wondering if y’all didn’t know to put the sticky side up cause I have no clue how this wouldn’t work.My only complaint is that the refill pads are expensive. I don’t mind the initial investment into the machine, but a set of 4 per machine is just not enough when dealing with an outbreak.

  4. I purchased your KATCHY mosquito repeller for my parents as they are experiencing a lot of mosquito problems. I brought yours since I found so many good reviews on the product but I was shocked with the equipment when it is catching hardly 10 to 12 mosquitos when there are several of them circling it in a closed room during the night after switching off the light. Now I believe the reviews posted are phony after using the product. The product by itself looks good but does not function as advertised.

  5. Would prefer to have more than 5 stickers for the base, because it gets full really fast and now I have to try to find these stickers in the market and I don’t know where from..supplier should have it as an option when you buy Katchy to be able to buy more of these as they are essential for the use of the product.

  6. We’d seen the Zevo insect traps on a TV commercial and thought they were a novel concept.In fact, being a little doubtful they would work, I ordered one to help address small gnats and mosquitoes that sometimes become a bother during summer months in our area.We were pleasantly surprised when, after plugging one in while we were away for a weekend, how effective they were at attracting and capturing some of those little flying critters – painlessly and effortlessly!We have since ordered a few more, and have been very pleased at how they can help to address those nagging insects that can sometimes bother you in a kitchen, basement, or even the garage!After investing over the years in smelly sprays, fly swatters, and even more expensive bug attraction lights and machines, the Zevo product is an inexpensive and effective tool that can help to address your needs!

  7. I hate those little fruit flies. I saw these on a commercial and was super skeptical but it is great and attracts all of those little pesky flies! There’s no noise and no scent…just a light to attract the bugs and works great!

  8. 4 nights in and fruit flies as bad as ever, not worth the money

  9. Let op, het artikel is aangekomen zonder EU stekker en zonder lijmborden. Let De verkoper heeft hiervoor een gedeeltelijke terugbetaling aangeboden.

  10. He comprado muchas cosas para mosquitos e insectos y este ha sido el mejor y más funcional

  11. I could not have survived this summer with out this product. We have animal door and my girls are in and out all the time and they let mosquitoes and other insects in this light attracts them.

  12. Cumple con lo prometido, el manejo es muy sencillo, sólo hay que tener cuidado con el pegamento del insecticida porque es bastante fuerte al tacto por si se hace contacto por accidente

  13. Weird thing to love a pest control item but man these are fantastic. The blue light attracts the bugs and the sticky pads collect a ton of flying bugs. Gnats, moths, houseflies, and even mosquitoes get caught in these.

  14. These flying insect traps are the best – I am really impressed with how well this product works!

  15. I have it plugged into the bathroom near the sink. They catch lots of bugs before you have to replace the refills. Easy to install if you follow the instructions. Priced a little high; but, they work.

  16. I am very satisfied with this product. It works, but if you’re looking for a fast solution, this is not it. I’ve had it for a few weeks, it is still catching the fruit flies. I can’t complain, since the glue card is full. I have 2, one in my kitchen and one in my bathroom. It’s the kitchen one that fills up, the bathroom one takes longer. I like the design of the unit, it’s modern and fits in to decor. Also, it’s handy that the unit can be swiveled around from the plug, so it can fit literally anywhere, even if upside down. I bought more glue cards, the generic is totally doable. Overall, great, effective purchase and I’m looking forward to being completely fruit fly free very soon.

  17. These lighted traps are great–safe, odorless, effective.

  18. We had a big problem gnats. I tried a few solutions from vinegar to bleach and had effect. The blue light attracts gnats flies and mosquitoes. I keep the unit plugged in and the bugs have stayed away. It absolutely works.

  19. I had a problem with fungus gnats, they went to this so fast they were gone within two days

  20. Easy to install and work very well. It catches gnats and insects as big as horseflies! Once they hit the sticky surface, there’s no getting away from it! Great product!

  21. Works great…catches all the flying insects!!!

  22. I live in Southern California and with so much rain this year we have lots of fruit flies around and they bite! 🙁 We’ve tried everything – cider vinegar, Terro traps. They kind of work but looking for something that would be more effective. Bought 4 of these and they are GREAT! You can see how many flies they catch. I read the reviews and most said it was good for smaller insects so I can say it works for small fruit flies and small moths. Not at all sure if it would catch larger flies. But for what I need it’s perfect.My ONLY complaint is that these work based on the light attracting them. So, they don’t work during the day. It would be great to but a scent in them that attracted the flies (like a Glade plug in) PLUS the sticky surface. That way the scent could work in the daytime to attract them. Otherwise good product.

  23. easy to use

  24. I didn’t know that I had so many gnats (and perhaps other tiny flies?) in the master bathroom and my office. All I knew is that it seemed that there was something that was doing a “drive-by-bite”, and it was so fast that I could never see it, hence I could never catch it. I recently killed a couple of gnats in the master bath, something I hadn’t seen in the first 2 years we first purchased this home, so I feel like this problem is new.I started looking into how to fix the situation, and I knew right away that I was not interested in creating a whole bunch of contraptions of apple cider vinegar with sweeteners, etc, to catch these. I didn’t want jars of liquid all over my house. So, as usual, I knew someone on Amazon had figured out an easier way, and here we are!Now, I definitely need to figure out the root cause, but in the meantime, the solution offered by the Safer Home gnat/fly trap is fantastic. At first, it seemed to be slow going, but within a half hour, one gnat was already on the card. I thought, well, that was probably the one who had been continuously biting my feet and legs! Later, I saw another stuck on the card and then didn’t see much action for a couple of days. Days later there were a couple more…and more! I was thinking, yes, yes, invite all of your friends and family! And it seems that they did. Within 2 weeks or so, the card was nearly covered!Occasionally, I will turn on the light in the bath and find one or two crawling along the edge, or dancing behind the card, and then it jumps on the card and back off. It’s fascinating! If one is running along the edge, I will help him meet his fate sooner, and if not, he will eventually stick to the card with everyone else.What I do notice though is that in the afternoon one gnat (or two?) wanders into the office where I am working after I’ve closed the light-blocking curtains to block the heat and sun. (I guess they are drawn in by the lamp?) So, now I am wondering if I should put another Safer Home trap right on my desk, or by my legs because all of the drive-by-biting makes it difficult to concentrate on what I’m working on.For anyone who says “it didn’t work” may need a bit more patience, or they have too much light in the place where the night light is placed. I placed mine in the master bath, and it’s pretty dark in there, but there’s no door to the main portion of the bath (only where the toilet is). I thought that the light from the gigantic sliding glass windows in the office would affect how the product worked, but it hasn’t. In other words, too much light coming in from elsewhere wouldn’t draw the gnats to the UV light in the bath, but this must not be the case for my master bath.I am so thankful for this product, and I recommend it!P.S. I have attached 2 pictures of what the trap looks like in the master bath with a bit of light filtering in from the big windows in the office. It seems that if you can get your space at least this dark, this product will do wonders for your space – and your ability to concentrate while working!!

  25. I’ve purchased these in the past and they work well.

  26. This product works great. I have problems with fruit flies and other flying insects in the summer. This works perfectly.

  27. We have one in our garage as we live out in farming land. We also have one in our kitchen and now no more little bugs or mosquitos in the house! It has even attracted a few spiders looking for a snack only to get stuck in this trap!!We are amazed at just how many little bugs they attract!

  28. Best part it’s not a big item to have around the house. No sound and it’s easy to plug and use! Catches most of the flies, pro tip turn off the lights so they can get attracted to the purple/blue light.The refills are expensive though so I use a different brand

  29. It’s rare to find an item that exceeds expectations, but this little plug in bug catcher WORKS. I won’t share more gross photos of all the gnats and such it’s caught in my home, but let me just say “ewwww!” I plugged one in near by potted plants and by the next morning, the glue trap and caught a killed over two dozen gnats! I mean, they were in my house which totally makes me barf. If you have indoor plants, get this. I like to leave my windows open for fresh air, so all kinds of things fly in. I ordered three more and placed them all over, and they are catching so many little buggers. This thing is the real deal. IT WORKS!

  30. Setup is easy, straight out of the box. You’ll need a location within a few feet of an outlet. The fan is not very loud. The light is quite bright when the room is dark, and it seems to work best at night. It seems to attract gnats, but as other reviewers have found the sticky cards that come with the device aren’t quite sticky enough. The first photo is after one week of continuous use, the second photo with the yellow card is after 24 hours of use in the same location. I clearly caught more using the yellow card (which is sticky on both sides so I’ll get double use out of it). I’m not as overwhelmed as I was hoping to be – when sitting at my desk I smash at least one gnat per hour so I was hoping to catch a lot more. However, it does seem to help and suck them out of rotation. Using a combination of treatments for soil (neem oil, probiotics, diatomaceous earth, whatever), sticky cards on plants, and bottom watering to avoid conditions gnats thrive in, in conjunction with this Katchy trap, I’m hoping to finally get my infestation under control! The Katchy on its own, however, isn’t quite up to the task. I can’t wait to see how it does against the inevitable fruit flies in the summer, baited with some vinegar in the bottom!

  31. Bought this since I had sink drain gnats. I cleaned my drains but that didn’t get rid of all of them. I plugged in one by each sink. The first night I just caught a couple, but after a week both traps were full. I even caught a couple moths and a fly. I noticed a gnat by my table today so I figured it must be time to change the sticky pads and sure enough they were full and needed to be changed. I like the dim blue light it puts out it makes a good night light. Worth every penny.

  32. It comes with one plug and two fly catcher things. It catches them perfectly, the picture is from two days of being plugged in. And the light is really bright so it works as a night light as well!

  33. I bought this device to get rid of fruit flies and flies that always seem to get inside our house. We seem to always have fruit flies because we like to have fruit out to encourage everyone to eat it. Within hours of plugging it in, this handy little device worked like a charm where I caught two annoying fruit flies. It works without any chemicals and is very simple. It’s a light and a replaceable sticky pad that traps bugs the same as fly paper would. I highly recommend this product.

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