Tuesday, 21 July 2009

Mosquito Swatter Instruction Manual


Main Character:

1. Rechargeable Type: It furnishes 2 pcs.of 1.2V high quality rechargeable batterieswhich can be recharged in recycle for more than 600 times. It is quite practical and economic.

2. Twice-speed discharge: It adopts an innovative twice-speed discharge circuit which can output 2500V in a moment. So, it has the best result forhitting mosquito.

3. Electric shockproof net: It can kill mosquito which is sucking on human bodies but it is harmless to human. when touching the net on flat surface,without any feeling of electric shock, so, it is safe for use.

4. Leakproof net: It consists on a special 3-layer net which can easily catch insect and never leak out.


Directions:

1. When charging please use AC 100-240V, 50HZ power source.

2. Before using,please charge the batteries for 8-15 hours.

3. When hitting insect, you can easily kill them by just pressing it's switch.

4. When the indicator twinkle,it indicate that the batteries run out. Then, the swatter should be recharged for 8-15 hours.

Warning:

1. For more safety,do not press the switch or touch the ourface of the net when swatter is in charge.

2. Please do not finger the medium-layer net.

3. Please shake swatter for cleaning off insect carcasses which remain in net. Be sure don't wash it in water,so as to avoid a shortcircuit.

4. The swatter may become without high-voltage or in low-voltage conditions when it absorbe damp in wet weather,the effect will be declined. Then,it can be dried by blowing with electric blower or shining with sunshine. The effedt will be recovered soon.

5. Children must instruce under adult when use it.


(Ever been shocked by one of these things? daaaamn! But oh! what satisfaction to see the nasty mosquitoes diiiie!)

5 comments:

LceeL said...

Where or Where on the planet do they make those things? Because I want to go there and sell my talents as a re-writer of technical documentation and instructions.

witchypoo said...

I just swat em with a magazine.

HalfAsstic.com said...

Are you kidding me?! I am telling you somebody in this house would end up getting hurt if I had one of those... But the sheer joy of nuking a mosquito probably couldn't be surpassed.

Nan said...

But the JOY! of seeing them being zapped! Diiiie!!!!

Hey, if you'd had Dengue Fever, you'd feel this way too...

Islandgirl said...

And you don't get nasty bloody smears on your magazines. Also good for zapping wayward husbands who don't listen to interstrustions! :-)