The Executioner Pro – Pesky bugs, say hello to my little friend


Executioner Pro
While the winter months mean there aren’t nearly as many bugs to contend with, warmer weather will bring them back. Even though you should enjoy that aspect amidst the frigid weather, it’s always in the back of your mind that they will return. If you like planning in advance for the oncoming assault from many-legged and/or flying pests, then you’ll want to get your arsenal ready now. Thankfully, these sorts of products are normally cheaper around now as the demand isn’t as high.

The Executioner Pro might look like a tennis racket, but the only thing it serves up is death. It’s a fly swatter that will also zap anything it comes into contact with. It’s made from ABS plastic, and runs on alkaline batteries. The only thing you’ll have to master if you get your hands on ths is the art of knowing where a bug will be before you swing. It truly is a skill to swing at where something will be, rather than where it is.

Of course, that will take some practice, and you’ll have to decide whether or not you want to spend $30 to work on your aim. Seeing that it’s only January, you’ll have plenty of time to decide on your method of keeping the bugs at bay before spring. If you don’t like being the direct cause of death to another living creature, then there are plenty of natural methods to deter them from coming too close to or inside of your home.

Available for purchase on Amazon

2 reviews or comments

Jim Says: January 3, 2014 at 9:15 pm

We bought our first one some six years ago. They are so common here in Vermont, they can be found in the Dollar Store for just that. Seems like old news to me. But they do a great job, I must admit!

Maurice Lampl Says: January 3, 2014 at 10:16 pm

What’s the voltage rating?

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