Solar Animal Repeller

Solar Animal Repeller

Item No: QQ123
47 Reviews
Keep unwanted animals out of the yard

Availability: In stock

Product Description
Now you can repel unwanted animals from your yard or garden with this Solar Animal Repeller, with no cords or electricity needed. Simply stake anywhere in your yard and it’ll automatically sense movement up to 9 metres away, then give off an ultrasonic sound that’ll send mice, rats, possums, stray cats and dogs, running in their tracks! If heavy rains are coming, remove the product from outdoor to indoor. 4 x AA rechargeable batteries are already included in the item.

Unlike traps and baits, it’s completely safe to use around children.
Product Detail
ColourBlack, Green
Batteries IncludedYes
Type of BatteryAA
Number of Batteries4
Dimensions11.5 x 8.5 x 41.5cm
Shipping and Returns
If you’re not satisfied, neither are we. If anything you buy does not meet your expectations, please send it back to us within 12 months and we'll happily exchange the item or refund the product price.
By Shirley Overgaard on 12/08/2018
Seems to be working well, keeping dogs and cats away from our vegetable gardens.
Disappointed this time.
By Lorne Henry on 6/06/2018
I bought two previously and was very happy with them. They annoyed away a fox from under my bedroom and coincidentally got rid of the rats as well. However, the last two I bought do not work at all! I removed the batteries and used the 'normal' batteries, but there was no light showing and when I moved it past me dog who was previously extremely sensitive to the sound I myself could not hear, this time there was no response from him. Very disappointed.
By Eileen Pfeiler on 3/06/2018
2nd one purchased quiet happy.
Solar Animal Repeller
By Mary Fenner on 3/06/2018
It does not work! Still have wallabies eating the roses.
Animal repeller
By Sandra Johnson on 2/06/2018
Does not work very well.
Solar Animal Repeller
By Anne on 6/12/2017
I have had one of these and the cats still poo in my garden. Not impressed.
By Louise F on 3/12/2017
Hard to tell - we are still getting some possum dirt in yard, though not as much.