- ASIN: B00A7RAL2I
- Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 15 Nov. 2012
- Average Customer Review: 189 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 18,729 in Kitchen & Home (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Home)
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Katcha Battery Operated Vacuum Spider Catcher
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- Remove spiders from your home without harming them
- The battery-operated vacuum will gently capture the spider or insect
- 9V Battery included
- Will also capture wasps and flies, and pick up those home invaders, woodlice.
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Remove spiders from your home without harming them.
Giving you the ability (and the bravery) to remove the creatures safely, just point the trap, press the button, and the battery-operated vacuum will gently capture the spider or insect.
Will also capture wasps and flies, and pick up those home invaders, woodlice.
9V battery incl.
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Top Customer Reviews
Who in the name of Arachnophobia designed your packaging? Think about your target market folks, we are Arachnophobes, we hate spiders, really, REALLY hate them...so why, WHY would you put pictures of ferocious looking 8-legged horrors on your packaging?! I had to open the box with my eyes closed. That monstrosity pictured on the front of the box gave me the shudders. I have buried the box at the bottom of my bin and couldn't even touch it with a bare hand as I did so!
10/10 for the arachnid equivalent of a Jedi Light Saber.
0/10 and a clip round the ear to the packaging designer for being a total numpty!
Here is latest pic especially with the spiders around at the moment. My DDs scream but now jus shout for the spider vac which is much easier than getting the vacuum!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I struggled to fit the pieces together properly. The vacuum is very, very weak. I can only get the spider in by knocking it into the tube...which defeats the purpose really.Published 9 days ago by Spockney
needs careful positioning to suck up a big spider but it does work eventuallyPublished 21 days ago by The Sage
Absolutely rubbish! There's barely enough suction to pick up a hair, never mind a spider. I can honestly fart harder than this thing.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer