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1/2 Acre – Insect Trap

(5 customer reviews)


TWIST ON, AND THE INSECTS ARE GONE! The Dynatrap Insect Trap lets you take back your yard without the need for chemicals, pesticides, or propane. Attract, trap and kill flying insects including mosquitoes, biting flies, Asian beetles, wasps, hornets, yellow jackets, moths, stink bugs and more!

  • Protects up to 1/2 acre.
  • Durable, all-weather construction.
  • Pesticide and odor free.
  • Whisper quiet operation.
  • No zapping or buzzing. No expensive attractant or propane required.
  • Model #: DT1050

This insect trap is engineered for 3-way protection. First, a UV fluorescent bulb generates a warm light, attracting insects. Then a second lure, an exclusive Ti02 titanium dioxide-coated surface, produces CO2 (the same gas we emit when we exhale) that’s irresistible to mosquitoes. Third, a powerful, yet whisper-quiet vacuum fan sucks insects into the retaining cage where they dehydrate and die. Light Bulb: 41050 Replacement Light Bulb Owner’s Manual: Download

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Product Description


  • 10 ft. cord – 110V~
  • Size diameter 11” x 12”
  • Weight 2.81 lbs.
  • UV Bulb rated for 3,000 hours
  • 15 watts
  • In the box: Trap, hanging chain, cleaning brush, screwdriver


Optional Accessories: Large Capacity Net

Additional information

Weight 4.4 lbs
Dimensions 5.5 × 11.62 × 9 in

5 reviews for 1/2 Acre – Insect Trap

  1. C. Owenby

    The Dynatrap DT 1050 is attractive for a bug light, appears to be sturdy and well made. It comes with a 10 foot electrical cord and two feet of chain for hanging. The UV lamp and fan consume 15 watts of power, or about 11 kWh per month. I estimate the cost of electricity at $1.50 per month for my location. After 19 days of use, I emptied the container onto a piece of paper (see photo). I saw all kinds of flying insects, including lots of gnats, some moths, beetles, flying ants, flies, a few lady bugs, any many bugs I couldn’t identify. I can’t honestly say that I found any mosquitoes, but they may have been eaten by the larger insects. That being said, I haven’t noticed any mosquitoes outside. It is the end of June in the South and it’s been raining enough to normally be plagued by these pests. My conclusion is that the Dynatrap is working.

  2. Steve R.

    I placed this under our pine tree in the backyard. Followed instructions regarding height and minimum distance from porch/ hammock area. It has now been three weeks and the mosquitos are under control. Only one bite so far and that was when I was near the Dyna trap checking for operation. We always have just enough of a mosquito population to be very annoying during summer days and evenings outside activities. Other bugs seem to have also dramatically decreased. So far very satisfied with purchase.

  3. Stacy

    I used this product over the summer and I couldn’t believe how many bugs it caught. I would recommend getting this trap out early to keep up with the bugs. Although we noticed a major decrease in the number of mosquitos, it wasn’t enjoyable to be outside in the evenings. I am going to get another trap and set them out early in hopes of getting ahead of the population. If you combine this trap with a lawn treatment, you should be able to enjoy your afternoons and evenings outside.

  4. Glenn

    I love this item, it sure does attract a lot of diff bugs and plenty of them too!

  5. Alec

    We have used two half- acre traps in the back yard for the last two years. Run continuously through the summer. The traps caught mainly mosquitoes and grub moths with various other insects also caught. We placed one in a shady, vegetated area behind the house, below the deck and the second near our garden containers on the deck. Both traps catch insects. We were a bit concerned that the trap near the deck would attract insects to the deck, but it doesn’t seem to be a problem. Definitely seem to have fewer insects on the deck. Highly recommended!

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