BlitzWolf® BW-MLT2 mosquito trap: UV light attracts and sounds silently with the beetles flying on it.
|Embankment:||With micro USB cable|
|Charging time:||3.5 hours|
|Mosquito repellent UV light operating time:||> 50 hours|
|Contents of the package:||BlitzWolf BW-MLT2 mosquito repellent UV lamp, 1x USB charging cable, user manual|
Sleep peacefully – every day!
The BlitzWolf®BW-MLT2 mosquito trap: attracts UV light and performs silently with the beetles flying to it.
That’s not all: you can also use this product as a night lamp, as a white or colored RGB night light.
Use while charging or from a battery for a long time.
– UV light attracts and silently performs with the beetles flying to it.
– Long operating time – thanks to its 2200mAh battery.
– Easy to clean – when switched off, remove the cover and clean it with dead black beetles.
A completely safe, ecological and non-toxic way to get rid of beetles and mosquitoes!
Equipped with rechargeable battery – Long operating time thanks to 2200 mAh battery.
ecological, safe for people and pets
non-toxic, radiation-free, can also be used in children’s rooms.
efficient UV lamp for attracting insects from a great distance, max. We recommend it for a space of 200 square meters.
durable and aesthetic plastic housing.
user manual in English.
Certifications: CE, RoHS
We would like to remind you that only certified devices ensure the safe and trouble-free use of their functions.
How does the smart trap work?
The operation of the smart trap can be divided into three stages:
1. Attracting insects with ultraviolet light (the lamp has a built-in LED lamp)
2. When the insect is near the trap, the beetle flies at it and the 1200-1600 was shaken.
3. The insect is trapped in a special trap.
A system for trapping insects
Container for dead insects
Ultraviolet light is attractive to mosquitoes, flies, wasps, butterflies and other flying insects. These insects often make summer evenings uncomfortable. The use of smart traps is much more ecological than, for example, the use of insect repellents, which often have an unpleasant odor and are toxic.