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Rodents Hate Strobe Lights. Guaranteed.
Hang the Evictor Strobe Light® in your attic and within a few days squirrels, rats, and raccoons will be gone.
- 175,000 Candle Power High Intensity Strobe Light
- Covers 30×30 Feet (900 sq .ft.)
- Repels Squirrels, Rats, Raccoons, and Rodents from Attics, Crawlspaces, Wall Voids, and other Darkened Areas.
- Easy Installation – Plugs into standard 120V AC Electrical Outlet
- Humane, Safe, and 100% Effective
- Made in USA
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"It's like living in a cheesy '70s nightclub -- a perpetual cheesy '70s nightclub, Studio 54 with a cocaine-addled DJ who refuses to stop the checkerboard dance floor from pulsating."
The Washington Post - A Device that Drives Squirrels Nuts
The strobe light goes on, it flashes a lot, it becomes irritating to them, and the animals get the picture that it's not really a place where they're supposed to be. The thing is make your sure you have your curtains drawn in your attic, because your neighbors are going to think you have something wild going on."
Animal Planet - Backyard Habitat
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What our customers are saying. . .
#1 Pest Deterent Device Hands Down! Nothing Works Better.
"We own an apartment building along the Delaware River and have had many issues with squirrels ( flying & grey), rats and birds getting into our attic for over 20 years. Have tried everything from traps, to hiring professional companies ($$$) to get rid of rodents. Nothing ever worked, they always came back. Tenants would complain constantly of the sounds - like small herds of sheep running around all night in the attic.
FINALLY, after some research and reading so many great reviews we decided to buy The Evictor Strobe Light. We have a large attic . I installed the Evictor Strobe just before it got dark and couldn't wait to test it out. Plugged it in (DO NOT LOOK AT THE STROBE AS I DID). There were four access holes the rodents used to get in the attic. These become EXITS within 10 minutes of plugging it in! To test it even further, i still, to this day ( a year later), HAVE NOT sealed these access holes. Still not a single sound, smell, nothing... I HIGHLY recommend this product over any other pest control device. There truly is NOTHING that will work better.
The Evictor Strobe is the #1 rodent deterrent device hands down. No poisons, no annoying sonic sounds as some products create ( they don't work and can harm pets hearing , etc) no expensive rodent control technicians, no problems!!! Thank you Pest Tools!"
- Andy B.
Great for Possums too!
"I live in the Sunshine state downunder and whilst we don't have squirrels we have both brush and ring tail possums (I live on a large park), they are the size of a cat, furry but can be ferocious (they can literally shred a smaller dog if cornered). I purchased a 10k model in 2006 and whilst somewhat dimmed it is STILL working. As it is coming into winter here there is a strong likelihood an attempt to breech the rafters may occur as I now have an extension which is a lot lower, so I have purchased a new tube as well as the 100k model to make sure every inch is illuminated. I've been happy with mine and it has been well worth the money."
What the pros are saying:
PestTools interviewed Bill Earl, Wildlife Pro, to find out how he solved a 37 year old squirrel problem.
"I have been using the Squirrel Evictor for 2 years now and the squirrels have not returned. I had a problem with squirrels coming into my attic and tried traps and other means to get rid of them. The “professional Critter removal” companies wanted to charge many thousands of dollars to get rid of the problem. Two Squirrel Evictor lights and they are gone! Great product, thanks"
- John Shelton (Posted on 9/28/11)
I was wondering about a bright light that would come on when something moved under the deck I was working on (raccoons had built a nest there). Then I stumbled on this product, seems like the perfect fit. No need for poisons, no need to get rid of dead animals...just annoy the hell out of them, and they will go away.
-John (Posted on 10/12/11)
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What the media is saying:
"Believe me, the lights are just as nasty for you and me as they are for pests," he says. "in training, we'll keep one on for about four cycles before people say: 'Okay, we get it. You can turn it off now. . ."
The Washington Post "A Device that Drives Squirrels Nuts"
It's like living in a cheesy '70s nightclub -- a perpetual cheesy '70s nightclub, Studio 54 with a cocaine-addled DJ who refuses to stop the checkerboard dance floor from pulsating."
"The Evictor Strobe Light ® is a new tool that can best be described as a repellent. It annoys the animal’s sense of sight and is intolerable. After installation of the strobe light, flying squirrels and Eastern grey squirrels vacate the attic within one or two days."
PBS: Ask This Old House "What is It?"
"Well, this is the guest-be-gone. When they won't leave, you plug this in, and they are gone in five minutes. And you know what, for your in-laws, they make one with a siren."
Animal Planet: "Backyard Habitat"
"The strobe light goes on, it flashes a lot, it becomes irritating to them, and the animals get the picture that it's not really a place where they're supposed to be. The thing is make your sure you have your curtains drawn in your attic, because your neighbors are going to think you have something wild going on."
NBC 10 News, Philadelphia, "Green is Universal"
"If you put out poison in the attic, the squirrels could die. These strobe lights are a safe alternative. If you watch it long enough you kind of get motion sickness."