Spider Catcher Pink
The world’s friendliest, most innovative way to catch spiders! Easily removes spiders, butterflies, moths and crane flies without harming them. 65cm long arm keeps you at a safe and comfortable distance and reaches up to ceilings and corners. Eco-friendly, must-have gadget for arachnophobes, nature-lovers and outdoor enthusiasts! This lovely pretty pink version makes an ideal quirky gift.
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If you dislike spiders or other insects in your house and want to remove them without harm then all you need is the Spider Catcher. It works by surrounding the spider with bristles that close around the spider, the bristles harmlessly trap the spider, to allow you to pickup and release the spider outside.
The Spider Catcher has a trigger at one end that operates the bristles at the other end; it is approx 65cm (25.60 inches) in length to allow you to approach the spider at a safe distance.
Grasp the handle and with a squeeze of the trigger the bristles open. Once you have surrounded the spider quickly release the trigger and the bristles close gently around the spider, catching it safely and soundly. Now you can safely release the spider outside by pressing the handle again. The bristles open up and the spider falls out.
The Spider Catcher’s gentle bristles allow you to catch spiders when they are moving. The purpose of the Spider Catcher is to catch and remove spiders and other insects without harm, offering you a natural environmental pest control product. No chemicals and batteries are required for the Spider Catcher.
The Spider Catcher can catch spiders and daddy-long legs from 2mm (0.08 inch) in length up to 25mm (1 inch). The Spider Catcher is not limited to just spiders it can catch other insects such as ants, beetles, etc. You can catch butterflies, moths, wasps, bees and flies by side sweeping them when they are trapped on your window. The flexibility of the Spider Catcher enables you to reach into tight corners, under furniture and you no longer need to stand on chairs to reach up to the ceiling. There is no need for you to spend your nights on the couch because a spider has decided to move into your bedroom!