This Dynatrap Review is sponsored only because I was sent product to share my honest review with all of you. Post contains links and may contain affiliate links.
With this super hot summer and living in our new home, we came across a little pesky problem. Every Time we were letting our dogs out we were getting flies come into our new home. We don’t have any other bug issues so this was the only one. We also don’t have any screen doors and an attached garage. We have spent quite a bit of time on our deck and we noticed wasps and bees that would fly around our deck all the time. I even spotted our neighbor spraying them off his deck. Be sure to watch our video review below!
I was quite skeptical when I was asked to review Dynatrap and I pictured a really loud noisy bug lamp with dead flies everywhere IF it even worked. So I set up Dynatrap XL that the company sent me and it was really easy to set up. I plugged it into our deck and it had a really quiet fan and I couldn’t hear much from it. It is quiet enough that my dogs haven’t noticed the noise at all.
After 24 hours I checked the tray and it was filled with bugs and moths and many of them just flying around trapped. After about 3 days. I noticed tons less flies in the house and didn’t notice any of the bees or wasps hanging out around the deck.
I have totally bought into Dynatrap! I love our DyantrapXL and I have not only used the product but I have been telling friends and family about it!
Dynatrap has a few different products that you can check out! I found that the prices below are really slashed if you shop on Amazon.com for these products! They also make the best Holiday Gift!
DT2000XLP INSECT TRAP Retails for $209 but protects 1 acre, get 10% off when you sign up for emails.
SONATA DT150 INDOOR INSECT TRAP for $44 and protects 300 feet.
DT1260 SONATA SERIES INSECT TRAP (has a pole) for $159 and protects a 1/2 acre.
This insect trap is engineered for 3-way protection. First, a UV fluorescent bulb generates a warm light, attracting insects. Then a second lure, an exclusive Ti02 titanium dioxide-coated surface, produces CO2 (the same gas we emit when we exhale) that’s irresistible to mosquitoes. Third, a powerful, yet whisper-quiet vacuum fan sucks insects into the retaining cage where they dehydrate and die.