Regrettably due to unprecedented demand we have taken the difficult decision to suspend new orders for some products for a short period of time until we have caught up on our existing orders.
Remove pesky critters from your home and release them outside without doing them any harm whatsoever. This humane product doesn't equate a dislike of spiders with a desire to kill them. Its bristles gently entrap the spider from a safe distance, just pull the trigger to open and close them. The trigger is 65cm away from the bristles, therefore allowing you to reach up to ceilings and into corners.
This product can catch spiders and daddy longlegs from 2mm in length up to 25mm. It can catch other insects such as ants, beetles, etc. To catch butterflies, moths, wasps, bees and flies, simply sweep them from the side when they are trapped on your window. The flexibility of the Spider Catcher enables you to reach into tight corners and under furniture, and there is no longer a need to stand on chairs to reach up to the ceiling.
Length 65cm (25¼in) x Width 15cm (6in)
Catch insects from 2mm in length up to 25mm
"It’s a good implement to own"
Reviewed Monday, 5 November 2018
"Delivery on time and goods as described, well packed."
Reviewed Tuesday, 23 October 2018
"Spider flew at me attaching itself to it did not close on it after getting courage to use it ! I have a very bad phobia not happy at all"
Reviewed Wednesday, 10 October 2018
"Not had to use it yet, but it worked well on the plastic spider supplied."
Reviewed Wednesday, 13 December 2017
"Excellent item speedy delivery too."
Reviewed Tuesday, 10 October 2017
"Brilliant gadget works a treat"
Reviewed Tuesday, 19 September 2017
"This is a life saver for me as I hate killing spiders but I'm petrified of them."
Reviewed Wednesday, 14 December 2016
Reviewed Saturday, 25 October 2014
"Tried once and worked great"
Reviewed Tuesday, 26 August 2014
"This is a must for anyone who is scared of spiders....easy humane quick way to remove all spiders and its arms length so you never have to get really close."
Reviewed Sunday, 15 June 2014