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RSVP International Endurance Kitchen Collection Ceramic Fruit Fly Trap, Stainless Steel Lid, Dishwasher Safe, 3.25″ x 3.25″ x 2.5″

(13 customer reviews)

Measures 3-1/4-inches in diameter by 2-1/2-inches high.
Keep bothersome fruit flies at bay with this easy to use trap. Simply fill the cup with an apple cider vinegar mixture and flies are lured through the perforated Stainless Steel top.
For best results place this attractive trap near fruit on the counter to keep produce healthy and bug free. Empty the cup often and repeat with the enclosed recipe.
Made of durable ceramic and 18/8 Stainless Steel.
Dishwasher safe.

$25.95

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Specification: RSVP International Endurance Kitchen Collection Ceramic Fruit Fly Trap, Stainless Steel Lid, Dishwasher Safe, 3.25″ x 3.25″ x 2.5″

Weight 1.28 lbs
Dimensions 3.25 × 3.25 × 2.5 in

13 reviews for RSVP International Endurance Kitchen Collection Ceramic Fruit Fly Trap, Stainless Steel Lid, Dishwasher Safe, 3.25″ x 3.25″ x 2.5″

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  1. Joe from Illinois

    For this and similar products, some reviewers complain that the trap is ineffective in catching flies. I think the main variant is the type of apple cider vinegar used. When I first put out the trap, it caught lots of flies over a period of about 10 day, but after cleaning and refilling it, it caught only one fly in two weeks. It turns out that the critical factor is the kind of apple cider vinegar used. The first time I used an organic unfiltered product. Seeing no reason to waste money on expensive vinegar, I used a cheap, super-market brand of filtered apple cider vinegar for the refill. Yesterday I refilled it again, going back to the organic unfiltered stuff, and not it’s catching lots of flies gain. It seems that fruit flies have gourmet tastes when it comes to apple cider vinegar.Read more

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  2. ahigh

    This thing is awesome! I tried regular Apple cider vinegar & got no action from the flies. Then I filled it with unfiltered Apple cider vinegar, a drop of dawn & a little water. Then; wow !!!! There were a ton of dead flies!Read more

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  3. Amazon Customer

    Set up traps as instructed. Fly’s were attracted to traps (I have two of them) almost immediately. However, Fly’s would land on trap and walk into a hole and come out a different hole. It’s almost comical. After many hours, NO fly’s were in the trap. Left over night only 3 fly’s were trapped between two traps.Read more

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  4. Ming Z

    Replaced my unsightly DIY versions of fruit fly traps. I barely notice this on the counter. UPDATE: It’s been on the counter all summer and works great! I fill it 1/2-1″ full with unfiltered apple cider vinegar “with the mother” (don’t know if that matters) and a drop of dishwashing soap. Every time I peek in, there’s a bunch of drowned fruit flies. I’ve been keeping fruit out all summer, which usually means fruit flies galore. Not this summer!Read more

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  5. Melissa Laundry

    I use these for DIY ant bait. Fill it with cotton balls, and pour a mixture of water, sugar and borax to saturate them. Works great!Read more

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  6. Nathan

    Was worried the first day when I only saw one fruit fly but day three this was filled. It looks nice enough to have on the counter and with a little bit of apple cider vinegar and dish soap has really helped with our fruit fly problem!Read more

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  7. Jeri Davini

    I used to buy a kit with individual little plastic containers that came with a solution. It worked well, but you could see the dead fruit flies floating around and I had to keep re-purchasing the kit. With this, I just fill it up with apple cider vinegar, refill as needed. The ceramic container looks great, blends in wherever I put it. I wouldn’t consider buying anything else!Read more

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  8. M. Andersen

    it’s pretty but so far not one fruit fly has landed in it Update: still no luck catching any fruit flies, we even tried it with red wine and as you can see in the picture it has a leak Bummer! I had high hopes for this. Just threw it in the trash. Don’t waste your money like I didRead more

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  9. Jenny

    If you have an infestation of fruit flies, this trap is bound to catch some of them. However, it’s not that effective compared to a trap I made myself using a clear glass jar and some saran wrap with poked holes. I think the reason it doens’t work that well is because it’s an opaque cup with an opaque lid, so it’s dark inside, and if you’re a fly inside, you can see the exit holes because of the light coming in from outside the trap, and therefore find the holes to fly out of the trap. I’ve watched fruit flies fly into the trap, and then fly out of the trap, whereas with my glass jar that’s clear, the fruit flies will fly into the saran wrap holes, and then can’t see the holes when inside because the whole jar is well lit and the holes don’t stand out. I put my selfmade trap right next to this RSVP Endurance fruit fly trap, and mine caught 5x more flies. The liquid I used inside both was the same (apple cider vinegar with some dish soap). I’ll be returning this rather pricey trap and continue to make my own with clear glass and saran wrap, which costs much less and works much better.Read more

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  10. Maria

    I love this fruit fly trap. I’ve been using it for several months and now that I’m in the middle of our fruit fly season I love it even more and has to rewrite my review. I’ve used white wine vinegar, red wine vinegar and currently using unpasteurized apple cider vinegar and all work amazing with one little drop of dish soap. I clean it every couple of days and cannot get over how many flies it traps. Our fruit fly season is awful every year and this little beauty is making this years much easier to handle

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  11. Christine

    I am still waiting to see how successful this unit will be as I have not caught any yet but don’t appear to have a problem at the moment.Read more

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  12. Chaka

    I found this product works but @ 1st your gunna feel like it’s taking long to trap the flies. I recommend not waiting until the infestation gets out of hand to buy this product. Also i recommend buying 2Read more

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  13. Jason

    I’ve used this trap with apple cider vinegar for 2 weeks and I’ve only caught 1 fly in it. By comparison, my simple yellow sticky trap on the other side of the room has caught 35 flies.Read more

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