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Catchmaster Glostik “NO ZAP” Flying Insect Fly Trap – For Indoor / Outdoor Use

(8 customer reviews)

SILENT CLEAN TRAP – Attracts flying insects with LED light and silently traps insects on adhesive coated tube
INDOOR USE – Hang or place in low light areas: inside cabinets, under or above counters, pantries or attics. Overnight, turn ON to trap mosquitoes and other flying insects that have entered during the day
OUTDOOR USE – Hang or place in low light areas: garages, patios, and porches. From dusk and during the night, place one or more GLOstiks approximately 10-15 feet from where you are sitting
BRIGHT LED LIGHT – Reflective cap intensifies insect attraction. LED light bulb lasts up to 10,000 hours
NO ZAPPING – Non-Toxic & Safe sticky fly trap. Includes Reusable LED base and Disposable tubes. Not a “Dirty” Bug Zapper

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This illuminated, tube-shaped trap is designed to attract mosquitoes, flies, gnats, no-see-ums, and other common flying pests. It uses a battery-powered LED light to create a blue glow that the targeted pests find nearly irresistible. When they come close to the light, they will be caught on the adhesive that covers the tubes. You can enjoy the protection and pretty glow of this trap inside or outside, but it works best in low light.

Specification: Catchmaster Glostik “NO ZAP” Flying Insect Fly Trap – For Indoor / Outdoor Use

Weight 4.6 lbs
Dimensions 3 × 6 × 10.25 in

8 reviews for Catchmaster Glostik “NO ZAP” Flying Insect Fly Trap – For Indoor / Outdoor Use

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  1. M. irving

    i bought this just two days ago. and i keep it just above my desk and when the flies get annoying i will put it right where you see in the picture ( right on my wacom tablet ) because i will have these houseflies just hover around me and land on my hand like right next to the trap and as you can see i haven’t caught one fly yet. and i just keep laughing because they fly all around it but never onto it. so maybe the NYC flies are just too smart and know to avoid the “special light” in the room. im thinking my next move is to actually get the electric plug in trap because the light is way brighter and i dont mind hearing the sizzling death of an annoying azz fly . this trap is a dud!!Read more

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  2. Donald Brown

    The idea is good. But it takes 3 AAA batteries which are not included. The tubes are very sticky but you really don’t get that until you open the box and find out the hard way. Worst of all the batteries don’t fit in the base in a snug way so they shift position and the light goes out. Put the batteries in, turned it on and within five minutes, the light had gone out five times. Finally had to lay it on its side to keep the light on. No flies yet but at this point, I think it is fugazi bogus.Read more

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  3. For Better Health

    Cheap! The tiny plastic loop that is suppose to hold it up was hilarious!!! This bug zapper has no weight to it. Fragile plastic/paperlike parts. Not worth more than a couple dollars. Do not waste your money. The base plate that holds the 2 AA batteries pops open and the batteries fall out. Got the Gorilla tape out! Hahahaha!!!!Read more

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  4. Paul V.

    I have a big fruit fly problem. The Intensity of this light attracts them like crazy. But, like other UV lights, it only works well at night in the dark. I have to change the sticky stick every month. It’s just full of bugs. That’s the only negative. Changing the sticky sticks without getting gunk all over your hands is not easy.Read more

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  5. Ted Goodfleisch

    I have 5 of these on the 1st floor and 4 in the basement. I use rechargeable batteries. Every once in a while, baby insects are born and swarm. They end up on the sticks. We have greatly reduced flying insects in the house and have pretty much eliminated moths. I never hear a mosquito or fly in my ear. Also, we have reduced cellar spiders (Daddy Long Legs) because they have little to eat, although I never kill them because they used to help reduce flying insects. Glo-Stiks are very effective.Read more

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  6. Rivky Kay

    I give them credit; someone’s getting their money’s worth. This “high-tech” device is nothing more than a plastic tube with some sticky goop on it, with some cheap plastic cups over the ends, and a base with a teeny little light bulb. I put up both catchers; the one without the light actually caught fewer bugs less frequently than the plain glue one; but it was also in a more infested area. I even stuck bits of food on the one with the light but it was still not very effective. All in all, I guess it depends on how dumb the bugs you’re dealing with are, and how many. I’m sure these can be used with much success; I just didn’t have it.Read more

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  7. Werehamster

    There are 2 glue traps in the box, lighted (which requires 3 AA batteries to power 1 tiny low-intensity light) and non-lighted one. Both were dripping with glue. Glue is not easily water/detergent-soluble, makes a mess. No protection on the sides, in case something (hand, hair, etc) touches the glue-covered surface. Placed in the kitchen the lighted unit trapped a single fly in 24 hours, whereas a simple window trap (flat piece of plastic covered with glue (purchased separately)) trapped over 2 dozens. Threw away after a couple of the days.Read more

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  8. Nancy M. Thompson

    I went out of town for a few weeks and came home to find drain flies. Yay. I tried bleach, sticky traps, and other things but they never stopped. This thing is great. At night, I make sure the room is totally dark and leave this on. I wake up to a wonderful collection of dead bugs on the tube. It does burn through batteries quickly so I recommend turning it off during the day. I’ve been bug free for two months and haven’t had to turn on the stick in weeks.Read more

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