|Target pests:||Flies, gnats, mosquitoes, etc.|
|For use in:||Indoors in residential and commercial areas, kitchens, offices, etc.|
|Application:||Plugs directly into standard outlet, ideally at counter height.|
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|Dimensions:||11 in. L x 3.5 in. W x 1.75 in. D|
|Coverage Area:||600 sq. ft. or 20 lineal ft.|
|Number of bulbs:||1 x 9 watt UV bulb|
|UV Power:||9 watts|
|Voltage:||UL listed, 110V|
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|Special Features:||Plugs directly into any 110V outlet. No tools required. Compact for household use.|
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|Warranty:||1 year limited warranty|
|Parts Included:||1 x 9 watt UV bulb, 1 glue board. Replacement bulbs and glue boards sold separately.|
|Manufactured By:||Gardner (UPC: 761131138016)|
The compact Fly Web Fly light is designed for use indoors in residential and commercial areas. Its compact size and direct plug-in features allow the light to be placed in any standard electrical outlet.
Fly Web uses an insect-attracting lamp to lure insects to the adhesive trapping glue board. When the glue board is full of insects, simply remove and discard it; then replace it with a new adhesive trapping board. The glue boards are non-toxic and safe to handle.
Lures and captures house flies, bottle flies, mosquitoes, fruit flies, moths, and other flying insects.
Bulbs should be replaced every 6 months to be most effective. Glue boards should be changed every 30-60 days. Glue boards may need to be changed more often in high infestation areas.
Fly Web Fly Light Features:
- 24 Hour, Non-Chemical Silent Trapping
- Inexpensive Yet Effective
- Energy Efficient
- Contemporary Design
- Uses Standard 110V Receptacle
- Measures 3.5" wide x 11" high
- Non-Toxic, Safe In Any Environment
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19 of 20 people found this review helpful:
Great indoor fly light
By Philip on June 30, 2010
I've been using the Flyweb Fly Light for several months now. The bulb has yet to burn out, which is a huge plus. I use it in my kitchen every night above the counter to trap flies that get in our house during the day. Just like the site recommends, I turn off all the other lights in the kitchen and just let the Flyweb serve as a night light. It's amazing the stuff you'll catch! We had a fruit fly issue one week and I eliminated the problem using this light for about three nights. The glue board trap would be covered with fruit flies the next morning! It also works great on house flies. If you don't seem to catch anything, try moving the trap around to different areas of the kitchen or home and keep it about 4-6 feet off the ground (which is where I seem to catch the most). I've plugged this thing in with a fly nearby and literally watched as the fly went right to the trap! Great convenient product for indoor fly control.
11 of 11 people found this review helpful:
By Beverly on June 4, 2010
It trapped one fly and a few fruit flies. The others are still flying around the room.
6 of 8 people found this review helpful:
FIRST CLASS 5 STAR COMPANY
By Linda on May 25, 2010
The FLYWEB FLY LIGHT is a must have in the house. I have three so far and am very impressed!! Especially when I BBQ...you know how they hang around the door? No more pesky flies in the kitchen! The CUSTOMER SERVICE is exceptional! I highly recommend this company!
6 of 6 people found this review helpful:
By Shannon on August 10, 2010
Just what the doctor ordered. I have kind of a weird reason for purchasing this. My 8 yr old Italian Greyhound, Baylee, has PRA (progressive retinal atrophy) and has lost about 60% of her sight. So now, when a fly gets in the house - she freaks out. I think she can hear it's buzz but can't see it and she goes "weirdo" on us. Kind of like how some dogs act during a thunderstorm. Needless to say - this unit has solved our problem. Our other dog, Bohdi, who has better sight than an eagle, freaks out when he sees us get the fly swatter out - so one little fly causes much trauma in our household. The Flyweb Fly Light is the answer to our prayers. Thank you for making such a great product!
4 of 5 people found this review helpful:
By Jenifer on July 15, 2010
I saw a significant reduction in flies within days of use. Easy to use.
Effective fly control
By Susan on March 5, 2013
In only a couple of weeks I've caught well over 300 flies. You can't argue with success!!! I'm very pleased with these results. I bought glue cards and have used two just because I wanted to be able to estimate the count of flies easily. In another week we should be completely clear. What a relief!
First Class Fly Light !!
By Timmy on December 23, 2012
I own and operate a very successful concession business and one thing that drives me crazy is when a fly or anything that flies inside the concession stand each time i open the serving window to take an order.I came across the Flyweb Fly Light while searching for something to take care of the flies and the likes.I was doubtful that this little light would do the trick but ordered it anyways.I plugged it in at the concession stand when it arrived and let me tell you this thing blew my doubts clear away after the first night of being on.I now have 3 lights 1 in each stand and i will recommend this light to anyone that has a small business in the food industry.I tried the big UV wall bug lights and they are a waste of time and money,So now there's only the Flyweb Fly Lights in my stands.
It's Doing the Job
By Robert on November 7, 2012
I researched extensively to find a product to help with flies and other pesty flying insects. This Fly Light appeared to provide one of the most cost effective solutions available. Based on the positive reviews, I gave it a try. While I haven't caught a ton of pests, there are definitely new captured additions to our little Flyweb Hotel every couple of days. I went with the recommendations I saw and only use this at night when other light sources are less prominent. I think that strategy has proven effective.
By Bill on October 22, 2012
We use night lights, this makes a great night light with the bonus of getting rid of bugs, Thanks guys for another great idea.
Good for gnats, not for house flies
By Cindy on October 14, 2012
This works great for gnats. It catches dozens every day. But it only catches an occasional house fly, even when 50 are flying around the house. I've tried it in many different locations, made sure no other light is on any where in the house. It will catch 1 or 2 flies only. I added dry cat food to lure the flies, and now it catches 4 or 5 house flies. But I live in a farming area, and have 20 flies at a time flying in my house in the summer. For me, this just isn't good enough results.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
By Keith on September 30, 2012
It does attract the bugs at night, but it also a great night light. It is also a color that is less intensive, so when you get up you do not get hit by a bright light. If you look it seems like it is also part black light. the great thing is it does not kill your night vision but you see enough so you do not need to turn on other lighhts. Overall it was a great buy.
flyweb fly light
By Jose on August 24, 2012
Exelent prodeuct, really works. The price is confortable and the service is very good.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful:
An impressed skeptic
By Paul on July 22, 2012
I tried many sprays, traps etc. with limited success. I accused my wife of bringing flying bugs in with plants and fruits. When I finally caught one and put it under a microscope, I found it was a 'no-seeum'. I researched your website for answers. That's when I found this light. I thought "what the heck, I'll give it a try". Needless to say, it was a GREAT investment. Our house is virtually free of flying insects. Sure, they still come in when you open doors, but by morning they are stuck on the light boards. I have one in the kitchen and one in the garage. My wife and I are very pleased with the results.
No more flying bugs
By Debbie on May 26, 2012
This product works great!!! Overnight we were rid of our tiny flying nuisance.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful:
Plug in and Forget. Wonderful Fly Catcher
By Janet on May 23, 2012
I have owned this for over 3 years, changed too many glue pads to count, caught large flying insects, small fruit flies, and everything in between. I have never had to change the lightbulb, I leave it plugged in at all times. I love this Fly Light and would definitely recommend it and would buy another if it ever quit working.
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January 3, 2010Richard asked:
QHow do you change the bulb in the Flyweb insect trap? No amount of pulling seems to remove the bulb.
AThe bulb for the FlyWeb Fly Light is removed by simply pulling on the bulb. Try rocking the bulb side to side as you are pulling on it.
June 7, 2010Connie asked:
QWhere do you buy replacement bulbs for the Flyweb light?
May 30, 2011Rody asked:
QIs the Flyweb unit wall mountable?
AThe FlyWeb has a plug built into the back of the fly light, sort of like a plug in flashlight. So it plugs in any normal size wall socket anywhere in the house. It is not meant to mount on a wall in a place where a electrical outlet is not presently located.
June 27, 2011J. asked:
QI live in an apartment and have mosquitoes inside, there is no standing water anywhere, help!
I don't know where they are getting in.
AYou should use the Flyweb Fly Light for any flying insects indoors. We have no idea where the source would be, but for the ones that are inside the fly light works great. If they look like small gnats you may want to read about drain flies or fruit flies, they may be one of those and not mosquitoes.
July 12, 2010Bryce asked:
QCan you plant or take care of a Venus fly trapper at home?
A That is a question that we just do not have an answer to. You should contact your local cooperative extension office to seek advice on what plants would thrive in your region. In the meantime, if you are looking for a fly trap that we KNOW will work in your region, take a look at the FlyWeb Fly Light. All you have to do is plug it in, no planting required!
That is a question that we just do not have an answer to. You should contact your local cooperative extension office to seek advice on what plants would thrive in your region. In the meantime, if you are looking for a fly trap that we KNOW will work in your region, take a look at the FlyWeb Fly Light. All you have to do is plug it in, no planting required!
September 11, 2010John asked:
QWill the Flyweb Fly Light trap stink bugs?
AThe Flyweb Fly Light can trap stink bugs if they happen to come in contact with the glueboard located inside the light. We do not know if stinkbugs are actually attracted by the light like other insects however.
January 10, 2013Theresa from Canada asked:
QHow often do I need to change the glue boards in the Flyweb Fly Light?
AThere is not a set time limit on when to change the boards. You should change them whenever they get full of insects and not much of the sticky adhesive is available for new insects or if the glueboard gets too dusty and is no longer sticky. We would recommend checking them every 2-3 weeks and just changing the board as needed. Please let us know if you have any other questions.