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[Costco] Dynatrap DT1050 $79.99 + 2 bulbs ($20 off) free shipping

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[Costco] Dynatrap DT1050 $79.99 + 2 bulbs ($20 off) free shipping

Costco.ca is selling the Dynatrap DT1050 mosquito trap for $79.99 + 2 bulbs, free shipping. Not sure if they are carrying it in store yet, as that's where I bought mine 2 years ago.

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I've been using it in my backyard for the last 2 years, with excellent results. I usually plug it in starting around May when the weather warms up, and I let it run 24/7.
Didn't work quite as well for a cottage trip in July, likely due to the high number of mosquitos at the time (even though it sucked in a ton of bugs overnight).

My neighbor down the street uses the Mosquite Magnet (runs on proprane) and he said it didn't work too well for his backyard. He ended up buying a Dynatrap as well.
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I might be wrong. I think it's $10 cheaper in store.
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bullbell wrote: I might be wrong. I think it's $10 cheaper in store.
It is, just picked one up today in warehouse. Wondering if it will attract flies in the daytime, guessing not?
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ODoyleRulz wrote: It is, just picked one up today in warehouse. Wondering if it will attract flies in the daytime, guessing not?
I didn't see too many flies in the bottom bin when I empty it out.
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If beneficial moths bother you, this is an ideal trap. I bought one last year but returned it. No mosquitoes were harmed with my purchase.
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Yo seriously how do you f-ing kill all those midges, gnats, mosquitos. Last summer I couldn't open the window to go to the yard. I would get thousands on my ceiling just by touching the window screen with the intention to go out.
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Got it for 69 (Ottawa) in the warehouse. I’ll try it out.. day 1 nothing in it, but it may be too cold?
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ravi_sakic wrote: Got it for 69 (Ottawa) in the warehouse. I’ll try it out.. day 1 nothing in it, but it may be too cold?
Its too early to expect to catch anything, but leave it running.

I have the bigger 2000 model and I've been happy with it over the last couple years. Even if the bulbs work, change them each spring - it does seem to really affect your catch rate.
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Anything to stop the mosquitos! I have this and the thermacell, hopefully this kills the ladies who lay eggs early!
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Vasilyke wrote: Yo seriously how do you f-ing kill all those midges, gnats, mosquitos. Last summer I couldn't open the window to go to the yard. I would get thousands on my ceiling just by touching the window screen with the intention to go out.
I have this exact problem too. Anyone know if this is what would solve the issue?
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simonasimona wrote: how long does the bulbs last?
They are rated to last one season (4 months at 24/7 operation).

They last much longer but seem to be less effective if used for a second season.
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ODoyleRulz wrote: It is, just picked one up today in warehouse. Wondering if it will attract flies in the daytime, guessing not?
Does the warehouse one come with two bulbs?
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is this very effective vs mosquitoes? I am thinking of getting this to get rid of them in the backyard..

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