Tick the box to add an additional £4.99 and get GUARANTEED NEXT WORKING DAY delivery (if ordered by 2pm Mon - Tues or 3pm Weds - Fri.
Easy to install and totally safe, this product will not affect other pets, wildlife (except rodents) or humans. Of course, as with all methods involving animal behaviour, we can’t guarantee effectiveness in every situation; however, our own experience and the feedback we get from customers suggests that this device is effective in almost all situations. If you need more advice on how to get the best out of the product, don’t hesitate to give us a call.
What's in the box?
With its smoke alarm-like appearance, this spider repeller can be hung from your wall or ceiling to discreetly conceal its true nature. Guests will mistake the device for a smoke detector which removes the need to discuss your unwanted spider issue. The repeller comes with screw holes in the back to allow you to quickly and simply hang the device.
This repeller now lasts twice as long thanks to the new and improved design that uses two 9V batteries (PP3). The batteries will now last 8 to 12 months with continuous use.
Long lasting battery life and a large unobstructed, effective area of 2500 sqft makes this unit ideal for loft spaces, caravans, garages, sheds and more.
"Seems to work but early days"
Reviewed Tuesday, 14 November 2017
"very good custormer services"
Reviewed Tuesday, 11 July 2017
"Polite efficient and quick service"
Reviewed Monday, 13 March 2017
"Does what it says."
Reviewed Tuesday, 20 December 2016
"Works I think"
Reviewed Friday, 9 December 2016
"No spiders seen since using."
Reviewed Wednesday, 12 October 2016
"So far hav not found one in my bedroom and can hav my window open :)"
Reviewed Tuesday, 16 July 2013
"Only had it for few weeks and so far haven't seen any big spiders back"
Reviewed Sunday, 7 July 2013
"Bought for use on a boat - seems to be reducing the spider population so far!"
Reviewed Monday, 10 September 2012
"The delivery time was very efficient. Time will tell is this product encourages Spiders to go live somewhere else."
Reviewed Wednesday, 8 September 2010