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P3 Attack Wave Pestrepeller

Price: $29.95  
Model: RA10986
Availability: In Stock

The Attack Wave Pestrepeller is an effective, user friendly and environmentally safe way to combat rodents. The device produces strong sound pressure in the air, attacking the auditory and nervous systems of rodents causing them to abandon their food sources and shelters. The ultrasonic sounds continuously penetrate up to 5,000 unobstructed square feet. In addition, the Attack Wave Pestrepeller utilizes automatic wave variation, minimizing the chance that pests become immune to the sound. Inaudible and harmless to humans and common pets*, this unit operates totally chemical and battery free, making it the easiest way to keep bugs on the run.

Produces Strong Sound Pressure In The Air, Attacking The Auditory & Nervous Systems Of Rodents Causing Them To Abandon Their Food Sources & Shelters

  • Ultrasonic Sounds Continuously Penetrate Up To 5,000 Unobstructed Sq Ft

  • Uses Automatic Wave Variation, Minimizing Chance That Pests Become Immune To Sound

  • Inaudible & Harmless To Humans & Common Pets (do Not Use In Presence Of Gerbils, Hamsters, Guinea Pigs & Other Rodent Pets)

  • Operates Totally Chemical & Battery Free
  • P3 Attack Wave Pestrepeller


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