KEXMY 4 Pack Solar Powered- Animal Repellent Predator Repellent with Ultrasonic Motion Sensor Light- Effectively Scares Outdoor Weatherproof Deer Weasel Fox Wolf Away for Garden,Orchards, Livestock
– Predator light deterrent: My chicken coop animal repeller has 2 red led flashing lights to prevent intrusion of bad guys and dangerous animals such as deer, coyote, rabbit, bear, owls, racoon, bird, etc., protecting your personal and property safety. – Solar powered: The mole repeller is solar powered so the solar panels can effectively charge the solar gopher repellent to maintain a long time all day. solar led unit automatically charges itself and turns itself on at night and off in daylight. – Repels all common predators: The solar powered predator deterrent light can protect your yard, gardens, orchards, poultry, livestock, property, trash bins and chicken coops against nocturnal animal attack. – Weatherproof: Mole deterrent devices solar is eco-friendly and cost-effective. the waterproof grade ip44 function of the solar predator deterrent light suitable for all weather conditions. my mole repellent can be placed on the outdoor tree, trunk, stake, post, wall or others to deter nocturnal animals even in off-season. – 100% satisfaction & excellent customer service: We have a target of providing the best satisfying experience to our customers. if you are unhappy with the gopher repellent ultrasonic, please contact us. we are willing to give you a full refund or a replacement.
|Wild animals that hunt or feed at night are acutely aware of their surroundings. They will only feed in a safe area where they will not be noticed. Because in Science, homeothermic animals are afraid of fire, when detecting fire or something like fire, they may flee from the range, my ultrasonic repeller emit a powerful flash of light via twin red LED lights that animals think are the eyes of a larger predator or fire.
Power supply: Solar powered.
Press down the power button and turn “ON” unit.
For best results, remove all attractants like pet food, bird feeders, and fallen fruit are al tempting targets for unwanted animals.