Terminate insects without toxins with the Texsport® Bug-a-nator II Electronic Insect Zapper! The Bug-a-nator II lets you swat your way to a bug-free back porch or campground in seconds, with a fun to use, handheld design that kills insects on contact. Don't wait for a citronella candle to kick in or an electric bug zapper to draw even more insects to the area, let this easy swinging, tennis racquet design swatter do the work right now. Runs on 2 AA batteries (not included). Safe for indoor or outdoor use. Environmentally friendly and not harmful to humans or pets. Manufacturer model #: 15086.
Enjoy a bug-free back porch or campground without chemical sprays
Handheld bug zapper kills insects on contact
Fun and easy to use
Runs on 2 AA batteries (not included)
Environmentally friendly and not harmful to humans or pets
Assorted colors; sorry, specific color requests cannot be accommodated.
Web ID: 11101105012710
Rated 3 out of
Effective but cheaply made!Purchased it in April but didn't need it until May 23rd. While installing my double A's the negative post spring broke off it's plate. It was pressed on. Should have been soldiered or a brass rivet used. While using it the battery compartment cover came off. Fortunately I found it. I taped the cover so this won't happen again..
Date published: 2018-05-24
Rated 5 out of
Oh, what fun it is to ZAP!I love our new Bug-a-Nator! We have a problem with carpenter bees and wasps. Sometimes, it's just easier to swat them with electricity! Ours has worked great! It's easier for our pets, too. They do not care for the aerosol cans being sprayed in the backyard.
Date published: 2015-05-14
Rated 2 out of
bug-a-natorFirst time i order the bug-a-nator, it wasn't working. So i reordered it - still no good! Then i examined the thing and found out it has a manufactured defect.
The plastic battery camera is molded the way,
one of the AA battery doesn't make a contact on the + end. I just folded aluminum foil a few times and put it under the contact and now it's working perfectly.
Please tell the manufacturer to fix the problem.
Is it as hard to swat a mosquito as it is to swat a fly?
Flies elude a flyswatter with amazing speed...they seem to see it coming. It's practically impossible to get a mosquito by hand until it lands and bites. Can you actually swat them in mid-air with this? They're terrible this year, even invading the house as people and pets enter and exit.
Asked by: CatladyDane
Wouldnt really shoot in air bc the swatter itself is a bit smaller than most flyswatters, its shoot fast and if the string is not tied good then that spring loaded swatter will fly clear across any room.
Answered by: GaryTheConqueror
Date published: 2017-06-01
How big is it & what does it weigh?
Asked by: CatladyDane
About 10 inches and less than a pound. Get the case cuz it had a clip in the back.