PEST XT Ultrasonic Battery Powered Fox Repeller - Pack of 2
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- Versatile; Can repel foxes and be used as an effective deterrent for dogs, rabbits, squirrels and rats
- Effective; The ultrasonic, high pitched frequency makes it uncomfortable for animals to be near
- Large range; Motion sensor covers 110-degree arc, to up to 26ft (8m)
- Fully waterproof; They can be left out in any weather
- Guarantee; 12-month guarantee
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PEST XT Ultrasonic Battery Powered Fox Repeller
The Pest XT ultrasonic fox repeller is designed to send out loud, irritating ultrasonic sound waves that will deter nuisance foxes, whilst not affecting birds. The ultrasonic repeller is also effective in deterring dogs and rabbits.
Simply position the fox repeller using the ground stake or screw into a wall and the infrared detection sensor will set off an ultrasonic sound. The device only activates when an animal enters the protected area; this saves energy and improves the battery life.
How does the motion sensor work?
The repeller incorporates a PIR motion sensor which activates the product when a warm body enters the controlled area. The pest will learn to associate the noise with its own movement; leading to a change in behaviour.
What area does it cover?
It covers a 110-degree arc, to a distance of up to 26ft (8m).
How quickly will it work?
If the foxes have a habit of feeding and fouling in your garden, it can take 14-28 days to deliver the full deterrent effect. 'Occasional' visitors will usually be stopped within a week.
Dimensions: L109 x W63 x H147mm
4 x AA batteries required per repeller (not included)
Coverage: 8 metres, 110 degrees
Delivery InformationDelivery on this product is available to most UK Mainland addresses.
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Natural Wood Characteristicts
As wood is a natural material it may be affected by the following:
Shrinkage & Warping
The timber used in the construction of your garden building will have retained some of its natural moisture content. The moisture content of the timber will vary, depending upon prevailing environmental conditions, which will result in the components either naturally expanding or contracting. As the components dry out shrinkage may occur. A good waterproofing treatment from the start is the best protection to minimise the effect of moisture loss/intake.
Damp & Mould
During the winter months, cold and damp conditions can result in an increased amount of moisture within your garden building, especially when used infrequently. Condensation can form on the timber and other items stored within your garden building. If left this moisture is likely to cause mould and mildew. To prevent the build-up of moisture, we recommend leaving the door or windows of your building open from time to time, to allow the fresh air to circulate. We also advise against storing wet or damp items in your garden building as this will also increase the level of moisture in the building. If mould or mildew does start to form within your building we recommend using an anti-mould cleaner to remove it and to prevent it spreading, which if left untreated could permanantly damage your garden building.
Splits, Cracks & Knots
Small splits and cracks in some components or holes may appear where knots shrink and fall out. This will not affect the structure of your garden building however if you wish to fill them this can be easily done using any good quality wood filler
Sap is naturally occurring in wood and may appear in some boards of your garden building. If you wish to remove the sap, we advise waiting until it is dry and then using a sharp knife to carefully remove it. If the removal of the sap causes a hole in the timber, we recommend using a good quality wood filler to fill it.
Please be aware that these are natural timber characteristics which in most cases will not impact the structure or function of the garden building, therefore are not considered as product defects (as outlined within our Terms & Conditions). If you require further advise or information please contact our friendly Customer Services Team.