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Ultrasonic Pest repellant Working principle Multi-frequency Operating range 470 m² 1 pc(s)

The pest repellent works with frequencies from 30 to 65 Hz and repels mice, rats and other pests - the automatically changing frequencies also enhance the effectiveness and prevent the animals from getting accustomed. With two loudspeakers and angle of radiation of 260° the device covers areas of up to 470 m².

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Price: £35.99 from Conrad Electronic

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