One of the more annoying summertime pests – the mosquito – has finally met its match: the Mosquito Magnet. This modern bug-catching marvel makes relaxing outside much...
One of the more annoying summertime pests – the mosquito – has finally met its match: the Mosquito Magnet. This modern bug-catching marvel makes relaxing outside much more enjoyable.
The brains behind the Mosquito Magnet developed a sensational product that is hell bent on eliminating the buzzing and bites that comes with the mosquito.
But Mosquito Magnet also is interested in educating customers regarding the best places to put these innovative traps. They’re also not afraid to put their product up against other traps that are on the market.
Mosquito Magnet, in comparison, proves too potent for the competition. The biggest difference is Mosquito Magnet isn’t a short-term, one-summer suggestion to eliminate mosquitoes on a temporary basis.
The use of Mosquito Magnet boasts longevity in terms of killing off this problem. Mosquito Magnet is hardly a useless, futile spray; it traps and destroys mosquitoes by luring them in and feeding them a steady dose of Carbon Dioxide.
Mosquito Magnet, despite what the name suggests, isn’t just solely dedicated to the elimination of mosquitoes but also direct some of its venom to other biting insects.
Technology, other than the product itself, spells trouble for those pesky pests. The “Commander” version of the Mosquito Magnet comes complete with the ability to control the trap from anywhere using your smart phone or tablet. Mosquito Magnet developed a dashboard to let you know if you’re “Commander” needs serviced and also allows you to order products at a moment’s notice.
Skeptics could argue that the less expensive route - sprays and candles for example – work just as well. But Mosquito Magnet personnel beg to differ: their product may be pricier than the traditional route but it does something its other mosquito-catching counterparts can’t. Mosquito Magnet isn’t a short-term solution or quick fix. Ultimately, it is the last bug-catching contraption you’ll ever have to buy.