About this item
- Kills flying insects on contact
- Screws into any normal light bulb socket
- Doubles as a light bulb to illuminate any room
When you can't go outside because you'll be eaten alive by mosquitos and other flying pests, it's time to get the ZappLight. ZappLight is the all new, powerful bug zapper that utilizes a superbright LED light to attract flying insects into its electrical grid and eliminates them on contact. Simply replace your existing bulb with ZappLight and bugs will be attracted to the 60 watt, LED bulb from up to 500 feet away. Mosquitos have been known to carry diseases like West Nile Virus and Zika virus but flip the switch and they will bypass you and head straight for the ZappLight. Plus, you can use ZappLight indoors or outdoors so you can rest easy. ZappLight is safe, 100% chemical free and lasts up to 15,000 hours. If you can screw in a light bulb, you can protect yourself from mosquitos, flies and other flying insects.
Product Form: Electronic device
Assembly Details: No assembly required
Repels By: Electromagnetism
Application Type: Place (in affected area)
Power Source: Electric
Item Number (DPCI): 070-03-0931
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overall: 3.8 out of 5 stars, see all reviews
Most recent reviews
Zap the squitos
4 out of 5 stars
Karen — 26 days ago
Works, thete was a mosquito in my room, didn't hear the bzzzzt but I missed it and it never came back for another bite, didn't bite anyone else either. Found out by accident that you can use it with a 3 way and have just the zapper on without the light, pretty cool.
(would not recommend)
2 out of 5 stars
Disappointed — 1 year ago
Tried this bulb in my living room lamp.It did not zap any mosquitos, although they were in the room. I then tried it in my bedroom lamp with the same result. My son put the bulb outdoors in a garage light fixture, where it did work. The advertisement on the box states,"Use in every room in the house...see moreof the reviewer's review