DynaTrap (DT1050) attracts mosquitoes and flying insects in 3-ways, which includes:
• It has fluorescent UV bulb that produces warm light which attracts flying insects
• It has Whisper quiet fan that attracts, pulls and trap insect inside the catch basket without zapping or buzzing eventually dehydrate them and die within 24 hours.
• It has a titanium dioxide-coated surface that releases CO2.
It has a stylish look with rich tungsten finish.
This model plugs into a standard 110 Volt outlet, and you can easily twist on and off. Also, to remove the retaining cage to dispose of insect, you are required to twist.
The DT1050 insect trap protects your indoor and outdoor space from insects such as mosquitoes, biting flies, Asian beetles, wasps, hornets, yellow jackets, moths and stink bugs. The outdoor protects up to a ½ acre.
When it comes to the mounting option, it comes with a chain for hanging.
The DynaTrap DT3019W protects up to 600 square feet, making it ideal for kitchen, offices and more. It plugs into 120-volt outlets.
This product lures insect in two ways, which includes:
• It has AtraktaGlo UV bulb which produces warm UV light
• It has StickyTech glue card discreetly traps them without pesticides. The glue card is replaced after every 30 to 60 days, or when it is fully covered. You can buy replacement StickyTech glue card here
The trap has 2-AC outlet at the base for plugging in other devices.
This skylight design comes in other models, which include:
DynaTrap DT3009– black in color, no AC outlet, and no USB ports but produces night light
DynaTrap DT3009W – white in color, no AC outlet, and no USB ports but produces night light
DynaTrap DT3019 – black in color, 2 AC outlet, and no USB ports but produces night light
DynaTrap DT3019W – white in color, 2 AC outlet, and no USB ports but produces night light
DynaTrap (DT3039) – black in color, 2 AC outlet and 2 USB ports but produces night light
DynaTrap DT3039W – white in color, 2 AC outlet, and 2 USB ports but produces night light
DynaTrap Adjustable Shepherd’s Hook for Outdoor Insect Traps, Black-https://amzn.to/2Z6Tk9K
DynaTrap shepherd hook allows you to hang your outdoor Dynatrap insect trap anywhere securely you need.
The hook is adjustable to a height up to 49 inches. This makes it easy to position your trap at the optimal height to catch the most flying insect in your garden.
It is easy to assemble and is compatible with DynaTrap Outdoor Insect Trap models.
This DynaTrap stand weighs 3.6 pounds and is made of durable stainless steel construction and sleek black finish. This sturdy material securely holds the trap while remaining firmly planted in the ground.
This Sticky tech replacement glue card is suitable for DynaTrap Flylight Indoor Insect Trap model DT3009, DT3019, and DT3039 (sold separately). All these flylight insect trap plugs into a standard electrical outlet and covers up to 600 square fits of your indoor living.
The StickyTech Glue Boards helps the DynaTrap Flylight Indoor Insect Trap operate at peak capacity.
It is non-toxic quietly and discreetly traps and kills insects without the use of chemicals.
In the package comes with six replacement StickyTech Glue Cards each measures 8.7 by 4.3 by 0.3 inches.
For better results, the card is replaced after 30 days or when fully covered.
This sticky tech replacement card is compatible with only DynaTrap Flylight Indoor Insect Trap model DT3012 (sold separately). The Dynatrap DT3012 (sold separately) mount on the wall and covers up to 300 square fits of your indoor living.
In the package has three replacement StickyTech Glue Cards, each board measures 9.1 by 7.3 by 0.06 inches.
For an optimal result, the card is supposed to be replaced every 1-2 weeks.
DynaTrap offers a 1-year limited warranty on all traps and 90 days limited warranty on all Dynazaps.
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Does Dynatrap work?
Insects are attracted mainly by light and warmth. Others like mosquitoes are attracted by human scent, water, and Carbon dioxide.
The DynaTrap has features like UV bulb the produces light and warmth which attracts mosquito.
Above the fan, the Dynatrap has titanium dioxide-coated surface which the manufacture claims when UV light it reacts with titanium dioxide, which produces Carbon dioxide.
The fan will help disperse the carbon dioxide and draw in insects eventually die because of dehydration.
Most people complain it would not catch as many mosquitoes they would like.
The trap needs to be placed in a proper location where there are shade and shelter where mosquito likes to hang.
When it comes to human scent, all the trap do not produce human scent, but the company has manufactured lure.
The DynaTrap lure mimics human scent, and it is placed to the cage of the trap.
Also, the question of the amount of carbon dioxide released is questioned by the University of Wisconsin.
The university measured the amount of carbon dioxide released and found none at all. But the combination of titanium dioxide and the ultraviolet light bulb is proved legitimate by some air cleaners.
The cleaners use the same combination and have been tested and work. Their source of carbon claims it is dust and pollutants which turn into carbon dioxide.
The same case to DynaTrap it requires a source of carbon like dust to produce carbon dioxide. So we believe when the trap is hanged outside, it draws dust from air which emits enough CO2.
If the University of Wisconsin tested in a clean could be the reason why they did get any carbon dioxide.
DynaTrap pro and cons
It is safe for children and pet since it uses no chemical and does not produce odor.
You can use both indoor and outdoor.
The trap is cheap compared to a propane-powered insect trap
It can kill even important insects like a moth.
It requires to be mounted 5 to 6 feet above the ground. So you need to buyer stand unless the trap comes with one.
If used outdoors, it needs a shelter to prevent water from getting in.
All the Dynatrap insect trap need at least 3-weeks to trap enough mosquitoes and 6 –weeks to break the breeding cycle. There you have it our Dynatrap review. Please tell if you use Dynatrap insect trap and share your experience in the comment section below.