Katchy Indoor Insect Trap – Catcher & Killer for Mosquito, Gnat, Moth, Fruit Flies – Non-Zapper Traps for Buzz-Free Home – Catch Flying Insect Indoors with Suction, Bug Light & Sticky Glue (Black) Patio, Lawn & Garden

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Triple trapping power, first the UV light attracts the bug then the fan sucks it in and the sticky glue boards trap it. No Zapper. Subtle and stylish fruit fly, gnat and mosquito killer, no more ugly traps, easily place in your home, kitchen or office as a decorative, stylish piece. Trap indoors, close to insect-ridden fruit, plants or trash bin, turn off lights for best results. Not effective on house flies. Easy to use, choose between standard or low speed setting and leave it to work its magic, EPA Est. Numb.:93372-CHN-1

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90 / 100

Katchy Indoor Insect Trap is a great way to catch mosquitoes and other insect pests in your home. This trap uses a plastic food container filled with an attractant that induces the insects to visit the container. Once they’re collected, you can easily release them into the environment where they will continue to feed on other insects.

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Eliminate flying pests once-and-for-all with KATCHY – the ultimate insect-trapping solution.

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Product Dimensions

5.5 x 5.5 x 9.1 inches

Item Weight

1.41 pounds

Manufacturer

KATCHY

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B07B6RZP4H

Item model number

B07B6RZP4H

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4.0 out of 5 stars

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#3 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden) #2 in Pest Control Traps

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10 reviews for Katchy Indoor Insect Trap – Catcher & Killer for Mosquito, Gnat, Moth, Fruit Flies – Non-Zapper Traps for Buzz-Free Home – Catch Flying Insect Indoors with Suction, Bug Light & Sticky Glue (Black) Patio, Lawn & Garden

  1. Emily

    I love plans and the gnats love my dirt I got this because I’ve had a lot of problems with gnats those stupid bugs would get in our faces try to get into our food try to get in anywhere they could, ever since I’ve gotten this I’ve had a lot less gnats in my house not that I don’t have zero because I still have plans but this thing attracts them at night and continuously sticks them to the bottom of the catchy catcher I love it; I never turn it off no matter what time of day it is it’s on 24 seven I’m just hoping that the fan never wears out. I do recommend this if your having issues with small flies, moths because I did catch one it’s NOT a bug zapper so it doesn’t kill the bug but it’s like fly paper but way cleaner and nicer. It it broke I’d 100% buy it again.

  2. Morgan Long

    Gosh do I love this thing. It does what it’s supposed to do and it looks great doing it!! It’s super easy to use. None of the other bug-removal attempts I’ve tried have worked (though I haven’t been very proactive about anything else, which is why I’m enjoying this thing since I barely have to do anything!)I finally decided I needed to do something this summer. I’ve been living in the same place for 5 years and bugs have never been a huge problem, but for some reason the mosquitos are way worse this year. I think it’s probably because I over-watered my lawn, so they’re out in droves. Also my indoor plants have very recently gotten infected with these horrible little gnats (they look a lot like fruit flies, but they live in soil). This machine has significantly reduced both the gnats + mosquitos that have been inside in the last couple weeks since I started using it.The bugs aren’t sticking to the paper very well anymore, one just flew off of it when I went to take this photo, so it’s probably time to change that (there is a pack of the sticky papers included with your purchase). It could not possibly be easier to switch them out for a new one, the designers of this definitely thought of how to make it as hassle-free as possible. Also great that it’s easy to access because I love opening this thing periodically to see how many more bugs we’ve gotten in there.Just buy it. If you’re at the point where your bug problem is bad enough that you’re wondering if it’s worth shelling out for one of these, then you should go for it. I really don’t think you’ll regret it.Some other reviews mentioned that you could make your own sticky paper instead of buying more from this company. I think that’s a great idea for anyone whose handy. As someone who is way too lazy with this kind of stuff to ever make my own, I’m happy to keep buying the sticky pads from this company until the end of time.Hope that helps and good luck with your bugs!

  3. ADR

    The item arrived broken 🙁 I am SUPREMELY disappointed because I was so excited at the thought of having an effective method to combat my nemesis that is the mischievously thriving fruit fly colony which plagues me, and this item arrived this morning broken. 🙁 The blades of the fan internally are not connected and are banging about inside. Though I don’t normally pay full price for things unless necessary (I either wait for a good sale or use applicable coupons/promo codes), I took the plunge on this purchase due to my need for a competent and efficient resolve combined with it’s GLOWING reviews! First, I had to wait 9 days to receive the item, which I wasn’t happy about, but not upset either. I have literally been checking tracking daily and looking forward to it’s arrival. Then it arrives *HAPPY DAY*. I opened the package, removed the unit (felt/heard something odd but didn’t think too much of it at that moment), reviewed the directions, plugged it in and although the light came on, the fan did not. I thought maybe I need to press a particular button or what-have-you, so I re-read the directions. Nope, it should be automatic. So I then began inspecting the unit and realized the fan blades were not connected. I then even looked for a way to open the unit without busting it so that I can fix it myself (I’m incredibly handy and that’s how much I wanted this to work!). No go. I could probably open it up, but then it wouldn’t be returnable. Ok, so THEN I go to the item link on Amazon and as of earlier today, it said “This item is currently unavailable” followed by something to the effect of ‘and we don’t know if or when it will become available’. I attempted to contact the seller to no avail. My only viable option was and is to return it. I don’t want to return it for a refund or leave a bad review. Rather, I want the working unit I paid and patiently waited for. Errrrr. I decided to go about my day knowing I’d come back to this later and here I am. … I pull the item up this evening, it is in fact available again, but instead of the $39.79 price I paid 9 days ago, it is right now (6/15/2018) listed at $54.49. Whaaaa?? So I am leaving this review in hopes that the seller will contact me and make good on my purchase, at which point I would update my review to reflect the working conditions of this seemingly enigmatic device.In summary, this 1 star review encompasses only that the item arrived broken and therefore did not operate as intended. A working unit may very well be worthy of all it’s positive reviews. And maaaaybe even the new $54.49 price.I hope I am a unique case. I also hope this review was of help to you.Update 6/17/18:The seller contacted me today apologizing for my inconvenience and explaining that Amazon is responsible for the damage done during the shipping of this product. I responded immediately that I appreciate the response and although I completely understand that Amazon assumes the shipping responsibility, I am also concerned that I cannot repurchase a working unit at the price I paid 2 weeks ago. I inquired how this can be rectified, stating that I fully intend to update my review according to their level of service and the actual benefits of a working unit.  And now I await their response.Honestly, if I have to repurchase at the higher price, I won’t and I’ll leave my review star at 1. It’s not the price as much as the principle. Products can be damaged in shipping, that’s understandable. But the seller is also responsible for commitment. So I’m really hoping they come through with a reasonable resolve that honors the price I paid for a working unit. I’ll keep you posted.Update 7/1/18:The seller not only replaced my originally bought unit, but included extras as well. They have been extremely diligent in correspondence and I can honestly say that I am not only satisfied, but impressed.With that said, I would not have altered my review to 5 stars for customer service alone. …these units works amazingly! The home I live in was built in 1924 and does not sport insulation the way a new home would. So pests are/can be/were a problem. The units do in fact attract flying things very well! The sticky pad of results had 2 bugs I didn’t know I had and don’t recognize. I am extremely happy with my purchase! And may very well buy more.The unit itself is aesthetically pleasing and is relatively quiet. Night is the best time for results since that’s when it’s darkest and the bugs can ‘see’ the light. The blue light transitions in brightness, which is even more effective in attracting it’s prey.I’m changing my review from a 1 star to a 5 star. I saw other reviews stating it was a flimsy design. I do get what they’re saying, but how thick must this unit be to rectify that?? It works as intended and looks good doing it. The bottom is easy to open to check and/or replace the sticky pad. There are only 2 buttons so it’s super easy to operate. And it doesn’t look like a bug catcher at all. No one would know. So I feel it’s ‘flimsiness’ (is that a word?) is of no concern. As long as it performs, who cares how heavy or thick it is?This is 5 stars from someone who had to work for it. I hope this review helped you! Happy bug hunting 🙂

  4. Tommy

    I recently moved into a new apartment, and from literally my first day I had small flies buzzing around driving me insane. I finally got this indoor bug trap about 2 weeks ago and it definitely works. It’s already caught about 12 flies and I haven’t had nearly as many issues with flies buzzing around me. I’ve still seen a few flies here and there but they end up in the trap :)I’m not sure how well this would work in a bigger apartment or a house (you might need multiple depending on how many areas you have flies in) but for my 1BR apartment it’s worked great. One word of caution – maybe it’s just me and my morbid curiosity, but I wouldn’t recommend opening the trap often to see how many flies have been caught. The fly trap part has a grating so you can see the flies, but it’s dark and you don’t get a full view of the trap. I opened the trap compartment and a fly was able to get out. Overall, highly recommend for apartments, just don’t open it too often

  5. Natalie

    I live in an RV in Texas where it is super hot and humid in the summer. This summer has been extremely unkind with a gnat invasion. They have been so bad that I can’t even sit down to eat without one trying to fly into my mouth! I had had it and searched Amazon for the best of the best pest remedy and I came across this magnificent machine. Not only is it quiet, but the first night I had it on, it got rid of 80% of the gnats!!! Hallelujah!! A few days later only one gnat lingered. Now I run it every few nights and my RV is bug free. I have even found a few moths and mosquitoes in there! This is a MUST HAVE!! Stop thinking about it already and buy it!

  6. Stitch

    wasn’t sure this product would work but It does!I find the LED light is very soothing and not annoying. is a great night light. the fan I could be a little more powerful but you don’t hear it at all and that is nice. The gnats, which always seem to be the hardest thing to get rid of, especially here in the South go right to the light and it funnels them down to the trap, where they get stuck to the paper.As you can see in my photos I think the biggest thing is, I really like how clean it looks, the color. So happy something finally worked cuz I was tired of buying poisons and keeping the cats away from it. this is something safe and it’s working very happy 😊

  7. KD

    I was looking for something to get rid of gnats that were always in the home. During the summer, we would like to save money on the A/C bill by leaving the balcony door open to catch a cool breeze but that came with a price; annoying gnats also looking to come in.This product worked like a charm. I love the design because it doesn’t look like a bug catcher and can easily blend in with regular home decor (unlike those disgusting brown fly/gnat strips you have to hang from a ceiling). There’s no smell, spray or chemicals that need to be applied so this was better than those Raid sprays (despite the ones that say they smell like the “outdoors”). No batteries needed either since it runs on a plug outlet but that might be a bad thing for some people.When it’s on, the fan inside does make a small humming sound but I don’t think it’s remotely loud enough to bother anyone. It’s more like the slight hum you hear of a refrigerator; easily ignored and turns into white noise. Also the light that attracts the bugs might bother someone if this was placed in a bedroom and they need complete darkness to sleep, but other than that, I don’t see how many other product can have as many pros as this one. Very happy purchase.Pros:Design: cam blend in with home decorNo spraysNo chemical smellSize: about as wide as a cereal bowl, slightly taller than a can of cooking sprayNo batteries needed: outlet poweredCons (maybe):Light and slight humming of the fan might bother some peoplePortability (if you prefer to have it battery operated)Sticky pads needed to keep bugs inside (but you could just cut out a circle and put some double-sided tape on it…same thing basically)

  8. Matthew

    I saw a lot of reviews say you won’t catch anything for the first 3 days, but be patient – After the first night, I already caught 5 flies. That’s 4 more than I’ve ever caught with any Apple Cider Vinegar attempt for any period of timeI didn’t read the measurements so it’s smaller than I expected, which is nice. Light is dim and fan is quiet. Cord is a little short for my limited-outlet apartment.Full disclosure, I have a lot of fruit flies – lots of indoor plants and a habit of leaving food on the counter. But this has caught a significant amount of them in a short timespan. I tried to take a photo of how many I got by Day 3 but there were a handful flying around in the canister so I did not want to release them. Not sure if that is a positive that they are sucked in, or a negative that they are not Stuck – so take that as you may.

  9. BitTwiddler

    I purchased a scratchNdent and found my item had been used and slightly damaged, the top swirl grill was missing a small piece, and one of the sticky disks had been put into the unit already with a gnat stuck to it. Okay. I plugged it in, pushed one of the setting buttons (standard) and the light came on and the little fan makes a little bit of breeze, but wet a finger and hold it at the bottom and it is breezing out.It is also bigger than I expected, but I have such a tiny bug issue in this place, I don’t care as long as it works. Something was mentioned about it works better in lower light levels. So. I plugged it in and set it up in a place I have been having issues. Four hours later, I pick it up to look down in. There’s a lot more than one gnat on the mat already. It’s doing the job. Great.The local little winged wildlife has resisted: letting the pots dry out good between waterings, watering with a mix of hydrogen peroxide and water, top mulching the pots, and the yellow sticky trap things. This seems to be vacuuming them up. YAY! If this works out I will get a couple more as I have plants in a few areas in my house.Trust me, I have at least six different microbugs including fruit flies, fungus gnats (arrgh!), a different gnat, and not sure exactly but a few are like tiny tiny various sorts of beetles… keeping the swarms down would be wonderful, without killing my plants. I will update this as it goes..The picture isn’t quite truelight because it is fairly dark in there, but. That’s what it sorta looks like ON in the dark. To the right that is a matte BLACK surface that it’s reflecting off of.Edit: my house is large, my buggie collection is way down on one end of the house where I have my first one, but. I just got a second one, also scratchNdent, to deal with the other end.I seen where someone complained that it is a fly-spa. This will NOT work on houseflies. They are too big and strong to be whooshed down onto the sticky pad. There are other ones built ($60-80) as wall sconces that WILL do the houseflies. This isn’t built for that.However all the assorted little gnats and such are collecting at alarming rates on my sticky pads. It is nice to sit at my computer in the evening and not kill at least a dozen tiny assorted buggies. And my fungus gnat problem that came in with some potting soil mix, is pretty much gone.I can’t say enough, if you have a grow booth and issues with little critters, that putting one of these in the booth at about two weeks for a night will not affect your grow and if there is anything in there it will clear out most of the problems. I have one room where the booth and most of my houseplants live (plus my spring starts as I go into that season as I update this) and the first one is outside the grow booth on the floor where it clearsthat room pretty well.Second one installed near the kitchen sink and other bathroom on other end of house, as there is a persistent problem there. I don’t think it will catch sewer flies but those tend to respond to hot vinegar flushed through a running disposal with hot sink water, then follow with a cut up lemon and some icecubes run through the disposer. I will let you know if I get those little buggers back and if it can catch one or not.On both I am turning them off during the day and on after dark, as that is when the UV light seems to be the most visible to the little winged pests. I also want to see if the kitchen one will draw spiders. There are a few kinds that are drawn to dead prey, and though I have sticky traps for them, if this will be able to stick one down or not if it comes to check it out. Another thing I will update.Edit update. Plant area one is catching mostly gnats, vatloads of them. Kitchen has only a few, but is getting the fruit flies from the bananas. I put spider traps near both and the kitchen catch is up. Could not be happier with both Katchys. Have spring bedding and flower starts going and a new grow in the tent. I’ve put one in the tent a few times and no gnattie problem (last time will be day/ night 18 so as not to mess up auto blooming). No chemicals. Still worth the price. Replacing the sticky pads is super easy too.Edit: very late fall. We are the house servants of two mixed breed part Persian purries. The grey and white one in particular has very fine hair and a very full coat despite daily brushing/grooming. So we have slightly pre-used fur all over. Plus lots of house dust-joys of where we live. I have to take a q-tip to the top of both my Katchy’s weekly to keep the house glorp from obstructing airflow (also have to do it to our tower fans). Still catching the tiniest no-see-ums, fungus gnats and fruit flies. With fall garden harvest, the fruit flies moved in. I added a capful of apple cider taped off with a few holes next to the kitchen one, and it was literally carpeted with fruit flies in the bottom. The plants that came in brought micro buggies, and those numbers are quickly dropping as well.A Katchy doesn’t instantly get your population but in days you should have a disgusting collection on the bottom pad… I purchased a no- zap UV/sticky pad catcher meant for houseflies and installed over the toilet at the ceiling. It also does the job with a little time. So. Katchy do their job well, are easy to use and maintain, and paired with a true flycatcher, really helps keep you unbothered. $40 well spent.

  10. Jennifer M. St. Charles

    Absolutely worth it.We’ve been having problems with fruit flies all summer. I promise I don’t keep a dirty house. I can’t stand bugs flying around! Bought this hoping we’d have some relief from them. We had been using some vinegar and dish soap which works but then our kitchen smells like vinegar and I hate that smell almost as much as I hate these bugs.I bought this because I was at my wits end.l and I’m glad I did.Pros: It has a pretty light, two settings, easy to use (plug in put the sticky thing in the bottom and turn on), traps and kills the tiny little demons, nice white noise fan, small, and doesn’t smell like vinegarCons: you have to be patient, the instructions say only use at night, it will get rid of most of them but they won’t entirely be eliminated. (May need bug exorcism for that)Overall: if you hate fruit flies and vinegar as much as I do but this. You won’t regret it. Also, as always read the instructions.

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