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01. 07. 2006

Forget the rolled up magazine

Popgadget has declared war on bugs, especially spiders. Spider Catcher is the latest in arachnid immobilisation technology.

You can catch a spider while still remaining 65cm away. All you have to do is pull the trigger on the handle of the Spider Catcher, pop the bristled end onto the creature and release (see it in action). The spider is incapacitated thanks to the nylon bristles that act like glue to its hairy little legs. Unfortunately, you'll have to finish the job yourself and release the beast in the garden or kill it. The device can also be used to catch butterflies and moths without hurting them.

There's a shorter travel version for caravans, boats, motor homes, cars, tents, etc.
Via 1+1=3.

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