Tell mosquitoes to buzz off! This quiet, powerful LED insect trap is almost 50 percent off today

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Eliminate the torture of summer bug bites with this quiet, effective device. (Photo: HSN)
Eliminate the torture of summer bug bites with this quiet, effective device. (Photo: HSN)

Mosquitoes and other biting insects are a pretty rude bunch. They show up at your cookouts uninvited and proceed to make a feast out of every human in sight. You have a few choices this summer: you can either hide indoors (not an option), get eaten alive, slather yourself in greasy chemicals, or set up a mean bug-trapping machine that kills up to 3,000 biting insects in a week.

Ok, there’s really only one viable option here, and it’s the DynaTrap LED Mosquito and Insect Trap, a life-changer that happens to be up to 46 percent off on HSN, but only for today. 


Shop it: DynaTrap LED Mosquito and Insect Trap, $80 to $127 (was $149 to $200), hsn.com

Pests can’t resist the DynaTrap. They’re drawn to it like a moth to the flame...or, rather, a moth to the UV light. And not just moths, either. The device attracts gnats, flies, no-see-ums, hornets, wasps, stink bugs, and more backyard offenders—it’s been independently tested for each. And as we mentioned, it’s also your best line of defense against the biggest menace of all: the mosquito. 

DynaTrap LED Mosquito and Insect Trap: 1/2 Acre

The DynaTrap comes in Stone and Bronze in addition to Black. (Photo: HSN)
The DynaTrap comes in Stone and Bronze in addition to Black. (Photo: HSN)

Shop it: DynaTrap LED Mosquito and Insect Trap: 1/2 Acre, $80 (was $149), hsn.com

Once the insects are lured in by the UV light, they’re tempted further by the carbon dioxide emitted by a warmed titanium dioxide plate underneath. That CO2 mimics human breath so it baits those nuisances...pretty tricky indeed. Once they’re close enough, a powerful fan sucks them right in and traps them inside. It can hold a lot of ‘em too, so you won’t have empty the trap constantly.

The DynaTrap LED Mosquito and Insect Trap comes in three neutral colors and two sizes. The large version can handle up to one acre, so it’s perfect for larger pieces of land. The smaller version takes on half an acre, so it’s a better deal for smaller outdoor spaces. Knock almost $70 off the half acre machine and about $73 off the full-acre trap. Apply for an HSN credit card and knock an additional $40 off the price of either—it’s their gift to you for Memorial Day.

DynaTrap LED Mosquito and Insect Trap: Full Acre

The DynaTrap in full acre (left) and half acre (right) sizes. (Photo: HSN)
The DynaTrap in full acre (left) and half acre (right) sizes. (Photo: HSN)

Shop it: DynaTrap LED Mosquito and Insect Trap: Full Acre, $127 ($200), hsn.com

Eliminating the itchy, annoying bites you endure each summer and eradicating up to 3,000 biting bugs from your personal space should be incentive enough to finally end the madness with this formidable insect trap. After all, those mosquitoes and biting bugs don’t venture far from home: they always stay within 300 feet, just breeding away. Killing them en masse helps control the population: the less bugs, the less they reproduce. Simple math.

But if it’s not enough, try this: the DynaTrap LED Mosquito and Insect Trap does zap, pop, buzz, or fry insects. No cringing every time you hear a buzz, and no unpleasant burning smells. It operates quietly and effectively, and if you leave it on 24/7, you’ll almost forget biting insects exist this summer.

Today only, get the half acre DynaTrap for $80 and the full acre one for $127. If you’re going to be gathering mainly on your own property, it might as well be the most comfortable possible place to enjoy your time. 

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