Vortex Electronic Insect Trap Review

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Vortex Electronic Insect Trap is ideal for those who have had enough of the menace caused by mosquitoes, flies, bees and other insects at home. No more annoyance from these irritants as you can enjoy a quiet evening with your loved ones. There is no reason to be embarrassed in front of guests as one can host parties without any disturbance. This product is suitable for outdoors as well so you can go camping with the family and enjoy the experience for what it is.

 

Vortex Electronic Insect Trap
Vortex Electronic Insect Trap contains Titanium Oxide, which is specially treated and produces Carbon Dioxide. The scent closely resembles human scent and coupled with UV lights it attracts insects to it. These insects are then sucked into a trap by an efficient vacuum system. That is the last one will ever see or hear of these annoying insects.

It’s extremely easy to use and convenient as there is no popping, zapping required. Vortex Electronic Insect Trap works on a highly effective mechanism and there are no harmful chemicals involved, which makes it relatively safe to use. It’s reasonably priced and operates on 4 AA batteries without making any noise and causing any disturbance to the ambience. Vortex Electronic Insect Trap claims to cover an area of about ½ acre, which is quite substantial especially since it gets rid of all kinds of insects; from moths to mosquitoes, flies to wasps etc.

 

 

What do I get? (Official Website Offer)
Vortex Electronic Insect Trap often comes with easy 30-day returns policy, which puts customers’ mind at rest when it comes to the quality of the product. Batteries are not included in the package.

 

 

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6 thoughts on “Vortex Electronic Insect Trap Review

  1. Has anyone tried the Vortex Electronic Insect Trap, is it any good?

    Is it harmful for humans and pets?

    Does it really attract and trap the bugs?

    How often do you need to replace the batteries?

    Can you leave it “On” all night?

    Is it safe to use indoors?

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