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How does it work?
If you are having issues in your garden with cats, then the PestBye Battery Operated Ultrasonic Cat Repeller provides you with a chemical-free, safe and humane solution.
This cat deterrent device works by emitting a range of ultrasonic frequencies determined by the user to deter pests from your garden in a safe and humane way. It covers a 110 degree arc, up to 32ft (10m) and has a total unobstructed working area of 369sq ft. Installation is easy either using the ground stake attachment or by fixing the repeller to a wall. The cat repellent device is only activated when the targeted pest comes into the range set by the user, triggering the PIR motion sensor. This not only helps to preserve battery life but it stops the pest establishing a pattern, deterring them from your garden for good.
Guaranteed to work or your money back!
The device comes with a 60 day effectiveness guarantee. If you are not satisfied with the performance of your device, then return it to us within 60 days in its original packaging and we will refund the cost of the product.
"Already commented, really great"
Reviewed Sunday, 14 April 2019
"Good good puuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu"
Reviewed Monday, 25 February 2019
"Does not work, primerose.co won't let me return it for a refund till 60 day trail."
Reviewed Friday, 22 February 2019
"in time excellent product"
"good product, prompt delivery"
Reviewed Thursday, 21 February 2019
"I still have cats comeing into my garden but I think it takes a few days to work"
"Reduction of cat dirt in the garden"
Reviewed Wednesday, 20 February 2019
"Works well - keeping the cats away so far"
Reviewed Monday, 18 February 2019
"It is working so well. 100% effective over last three weeks."
Reviewed Thursday, 14 February 2019
"Only had the cat repeller two weeks and up to now no dratted moggies have been using my garden as a toilet. If I'd had it longer and still no cats I'd have given 5 stars."
Reviewed Friday, 8 February 2019