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Dynatrap DT1050 Indoor/Outdoor Mosquito Trap Plus 2 Bulbs $79.99

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[Costco] Dynatrap DT1050 Indoor/Outdoor Mosquito Trap Plus 2 Bulbs $79.99

Costco sale on Dynatrap DT1050 for people that dont need the bigger version (DynaTrap DT2000XLP). It also comes with 2 spare bulbs. If you can find it in stores its 5$ cheaper 74.99
The DT1050 Features:
Up to ½ acre
Completely non-toxic
Pesticide and odor free

Product 99.99$
Less 20.00$-
Price79.99
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Crazy mixed reviews. Catches all flying bugs except mosquitos, over and over in the reviews. I don't think mosquitos are necessarily after the light more than they are co2
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Still in stock around Montreal?
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It seems that it needs modifications. An 1/8" screen to stop large moths and a CO2 attractant (yeast/water/sugar solution).
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Thanks Op. I ordered the larger 1 acre one last week and was hoping Costco had a smaller version. This is perfect or our smaller than 1 acre yard. Will return the bigger one at ($149). Still haven’t received it so it would be interesting to compare the sizes between the two.
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Mosquitos are not very sensitive to near or ultraviolent wavelength so this lamp might not be that useful...... You need a CO2 source to attract them rather than a UV-like lamp....
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I purchased this unit on clearance last year and decided to set it up this spring.
So far it's run for 3 weeks and this is what it has collected in the 3-weeks (backing on to a ravine).
I think I see a few mosquitos in there.
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Feb 22, 2018
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Bugs part of nature.
A perfect method of adding drama to life is to wait until the deadline looms large.
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Slawek wrote: Crazy mixed reviews. Catches all flying bugs except mosquitos, over and over in the reviews. I don't think mosquitos are necessarily after the light more than they are co2
Just grab a Octenol lure and stick underneath the light.
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xuanzh wrote: Mosquitos are not very sensitive to near or ultraviolent wavelength so this lamp might not be that useful...... You need a CO2 source to attract them rather than a UV-like lamp....
You should do some research before posting ;)
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djredhat wrote: You should do some research before posting ;)
how does this thing emit CO2 then?

The reviews seems to be not very high....
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Sorry but bought this last year and it is a piece of crap. Tried extensively to use it in our area of Muskoka and it never caught anything whatsoever. Now...it sits under my workbench in the garage as I will try it again...already knowing the results.
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flamenko wrote: Sorry but bought this last year and it is a piece of crap. Tried extensively to use it in our area of Muskoka and it never caught anything whatsoever. Now...it sits under my workbench in the garage as I will try it again...already knowing the results.
I have one and my neighbours have this. It has drastically reduced the amount of mosquitos in our area... even the "cheap" neighbour is trying to get in on this.

If it didn't work for you, it's more user error than product error.
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Genblue wrote: I purchased this unit on clearance last year and decided to set it up this spring.
So far it's run for 3 weeks and this is what it has collected in the 3-weeks (backing on to a ravine).
I think I see a few mosquitos in there.
1620046914659.jpg
This thing works great for us, we were getting that much every week at peak bug season in Ottawa last summer!
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Anikiri wrote: I have one and my neighbours have this. It has drastically reduced the amount of mosquitos in our area... even the "cheap" neighbour is trying to get in on this.

If it didn't work for you, it's more user error than product error.
Not user error at all. They are pretty much idiot proof to use. Just passing on my experience. I live in the woods...literally. We can mark on the calendar when the bug season switches from mosquito to sand flies to black flies to horse flies...the latter being the worse. It is funny because after I had no luck with it...went to find success stories and pictures with insects in it...there were none. ..none actually until I saw one posted here.
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Damn I hate having that sleeping teddy bear. It's like a punch in the face. You snooze you lose.

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