Top 10 Best Dynatrap Insect Traps – Review

Dynatrap makes insect traps that work on the same principle as others. They attract flying bugs with warmth and carbon dioxide, then catch them and prevent them from escaping. For warmth, they use a fluorescent ultra-violet bulb, which also emits bug-attracting light. The main difference is that they don’t use propane to create carbon dioxide (CO2). Instead, they use a special process.

Since they don’t use propane, that means no need to buy and change cylinders, and best of all, no maintenance problems with clogged lines or failure of the propane to light–issues that trouble many other traps. You still need to plug them in, so you’ll need an outdoor outlet and an extension cord if you want to hang the trap more than 7-10 feet from the outlet.

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Top 10 Best Dynatrap Insect Traps

Top 10 Best Dynatrap Insect Traps Reviews

SaleBestseller No. 1
Dynatrap Ultralight Tungsten Indoor Insect Trap
  • Indoor Insect Trap
  • Ultralight Tungsten Trap
  • Useful for your garden
SaleBestseller No. 2
Dynatrap Ultralight Insect and Mosquito Trap
  • Protects up to 300 sq. ft.
  • No Noise, zapping or buzzing.
  • No smoke, pesticide or odour.
  • Can operate 24 * 7
  • Bulb life up to 20,000 hours (2.5 years)
Bestseller No. 3
Dynatrap DT3009 - Flylight Insect Trap
  • Protects up to 600 sq/ft.
  • Premium Indoor protection.
  • Pesticide and odor free.
  • Safe, Silent, Simple.
  • No zapping or buzzing. No expensive attractant or propane required.
SaleBestseller No. 4
DynaTrap Outdoor Insect/Mosquito Trap 1/4 Acre, Black
  • Outdoor insect trap delivers 3-way protection against mosquitoes and other flying insects
  • UV light and whisper-quiet fan attract and capture insects without zapping or buzzing
  • Lightweight, portable design; suitable for indoor or outdoor use
  • Protects up to 1/4 acre; durable all-weather construction; plugs into standard 220-volt outlet
  • Needs at least 3 weeks to trap enough mosquitoes to make an impact, and 6 weeks to break the breeding cycle
SaleBestseller No. 6
DynaTrap 26-Watt UV Bulb for Outdoor Insect Trap Models DT1750 and DT1775
  • Keep Your Trap Running – The replacement bulbs are designed for use with DynaTrap models DT1750 and DT1775
  • Attracts Mosquitoes – The fluorescent UV light is an essential component of your DynaTrap, helping to naturally lure mosquitoes into the trap
  • Maximize Effectiveness – For maximum trapping power, replace bulbs every 3,000 hours (approximately every 4 months)
  • Easy to Use – To replace, simply align the prongs on each end with the sockets, push down, and twist bulbs clockwise a half turn until you hear a click
  • What’s Included – Each package comes with one 26-watt bulb to help you keep your DynaTrap Mosquito & Insect Trap operating to its fullest potential
Bestseller No. 8
32050 6-Watt Replacement Bulbs for DynaTrap DT2000XL and DT2000XLP, 9 Inch T5 Dynatrap 1 Acre Mosquito & Flying Insect Trap Replacement UV Bulb - 2 Pack
  • FIT MODELS: Compatible with Dynatrap mosquito trap models DT2000XL and DT2000XLP. Do not use as a stand alone trap.
  • EFFECTIVE: T5 6W bulbs attracts mosquitoes, gnats, moths, and other flying insects without chemicals.
  • LONG-LASTING: The replacement bulb can last up to 3,000 hours (4 months) of continuous use. You will get two replacement bulbs.
  • NOTE: The light tube is fragile, if it's broken or doesn't work caused by shipping, please contact us to get a replacement.
  • AFTER-SALES: If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. We will provide you with a satisfying solution.
SaleBestseller No. 10
DynaTrap 41050 Replacement Bulb for 1/2 Acre Traps (Pack of 3)
  • Pack of 3: DynaTrap 7W UV Replacement Light Bulbs
  • Replacement bulb for DynaTrap models DT250IN, DT300IN, DT1000-12V, DT1050, DT1100, DT1125, DT1200, DT1210, DT1250, and DT1260
  • Fluorescent UV light effectively attracts mosquitoes and other flying insects to trap
  • Keeps your DynaTrap operating 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
  • For the best results, replace bulbs every 3,000 hours (approximately every 4 months)

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