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One Acre Mosquito Killer.


The One Acre Mosquito Killer. Well sir, if you really wish to exterminate large volumes of the indigenous insect population, may one suggest that you do it properly? That way you’ll really be able to tweak the tail of that nasty old environmental tiger. Would sir like it gift wrapped? $499.95.

 Unlike temporary measures such as candles or harsh chemical sprays, the Mosquito Magnet provides a more permanent solution to biting insects. Developed over 14 years of intense research the silent, odorless, mess-free unit draws mosquitoes and other pests towards its patented trap, and away from you, your family, and outdoor gathering areas all season long. The Mosquito Magnet is scientifically proven to virtually eliminate mosquito populations. It has been tested by government agencies, the U.S. military, leading universities, and independent scientists from around the world.


  • These do not work. Had one. Tried it in the thick of summer here in DC. Nada. Save your money.

  • I also have one of these, actually the 1.5 acre model, and the key to making it work is placement. The fumes from the unit MUST drift toward the source of your mosquito problem. I live next to a junkyard. Not the automotive kind, the redneck pile of miscellaneous junk kind. Mosquitos from that place will carry you off. Unfortunately for me, the breeze blows FROM the junkyard, not toward it so the unit I have does me little good either. :(

  • Placement and maintenance are the key to making these traps work, and as long as you maintain the traps as needed (approx. every 21 days the propane and attractants need replacing) then these gadgets are the answer to any homeowner’s prayer’s of actually using their backyard in the thick of mosquito season. We couldn’t live without ours, and even purchased another one this year so we could use our front porch as well.

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