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Ethical spider catcher

Ethical Spider Catcher

If you’ve had enough of chasing spiders round the house or are afraid to get too close then this is the must-have gadget for you.

Ideal for campers and caravaners, boating enthusiasts and gardeners - those who love the outdoor life but don’t enjoy being overrun by insects.

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Ethical spider catcher

£ 12.00

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The spider catcher is gentle enough to catch spiders, craneflies, butterflies and moths without hurting their delicate legs or wings.

It is 65cm long and perfect for reaching bugs hiding on ceilings and tucked into awkward corners.

Controlled by a trigger handle, the unbreakable nylon bristles surround the insect and hold it securely yet gently, for release elsewhere.

No batteries required.

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