Dynatrap DT2000XL Insect Trap Review

Getting Rid of Bugs With the Dynatrap DT2000XL + a Giveaway

Living at the coast is as much paradise as it is a bug haven. The fact is that bugs seem to like me it makes sitting outside a difficult and at times unpleasant. Since the weather during these summer months is perfect for sunset nights, and dusk writing sessions. If I can reduce

Whenever possible I try to eradicate flying pets naturally with essential oils, and homemade remedies, that work for the short-term but not over the long-term. When I heard about the Dynatrap DT2000 XL Insect Trap as a potential option for removing the flying pests from my porch and immediate area.

The products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of Dynatrap. This post may have affiliate links but this in no way will influence the review to follow and all opinions are my own.

The Dynatrap DT2000 XL Insect Trap is a technology-driven indoor/outdoor insect trap that protections against mosquitoes, biting flies, moths, wasps, to name a few.

The DynaTrap relies on released UV light and CO2 to mimic human beings which can maximize predatory insect attraction. What this does is keep the environment safe from pesticides or harmful sprays. The strong yet silent fan vacuums the insects into a retaining circle cage which not only keeps them contained but it is safe and simple – just plug-and-hang the DynaTrap 24/7 to stop the mosquito life-cycle.

  • Includes: Two UV Bulbs (installed);
  • Catch Cage
  • 7-Foot cord
  • Brush for cleaning catch cage
  • Instructions and Warranty Information

The assembly was simple and easy, and once completed it was a matter of where I wanted this. The Dynatrap DT2000 XL Insect Trap is good up to an acre, and while I do not have that much land under my feet, I do have some. It is recommended that you place this 30 feet from where you will be since this is also an attractor.

Once it was placed in its home, I turned it on to find it was quiet, but I could still hear it running, but not in an annoying way. Since this is safe in rain, I was not worried over some simple mist each morning. I powered it up, and left it to do its work. I left it for one week, and while I did look during that week, they were brief and fleeting.

At the end of the week, as I saw moths around the Dynatrap DT2000 XL Insect Trap I looked in the bin and saw I had captured a good amount of bugs that otherwise may have had me for dinner.

If you are any kind of place that has flying insects, than I would recommend getting a Dynatrap DT2000 XL Insect Trap. Also, if you are a camping family this would work great on a campsite to keep bugs at a minimum.

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77 thoughts on “Dynatrap DT2000XL Insect Trap Review

  1. Christy Peeples DuBois

    The BUGS bug me the most while outdoors. They honestly do. Thanks for this great opportunity.

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  2. Tim H

    Mosquito’s are the worst! We have had a Dynatrap for 2 years now but since we have a one acre yard, I really wish we had a second one for full coverage. Our yard is wooded and the Dynatrap gets rid off a lot of bugs!

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  3. busyworkingmama

    The bugs bug me! I just got a bee sting again yesterday and my arm is red and swollen.

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  4. Sandy Klocinski

    Mosquitoes bug me the most. The mosquito bite itself isn’t horribly painful, and may even go unnoticed. The truly annoying part of being a mosquito meal comes in the hours and days to follow, when those red, itchy bumps make me reach for the calamine lotion.

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  6. Victoria Scott

    Oh the bugs for sure! I love being outdoors, but we live next to woods, so that means lots and lots of bugs!

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  7. Melissa Storms

    The bigs are definitely the only thing I hate about being outdoors. I am a mosquito magnet.

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  8. Stacie Weaver

    My son and I both have horrible allergic reactions to any kind of bug bite – but we live by the woods, so we’ve both been devoured by mosquitoes all summer! It’s enough to make you crazy!

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  9. Christina Sparks

    All the bugs, bug me, we had wet year and it seems like it brought more bugs the years past.

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  10. Darcy L Koch

    It bugs me when I am sitting outside on the porch with a drink and flies are swarming around.

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  11. Lisa A

    I have to agree that it’s the mosquito’s; we sat outside this weekend and I got chewed up!

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  12. Wendy R.

    Getting sunburnt is my least favorite about being outside… and then bugs, especially at night!!

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  13. Dana Matthews

    Mosquitoes are the worst in my area. They drive me nuts and with the diseases they carry now, it really is not safe to be around them.

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  14. Debbie Welchert

    The worst thing that bugs me is when mosquitoes buzz by my ears and they know it annoys me and they keep doing it.

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  15. barbg

    Here in Indiana we have a problem with bundles of ants around our back door and patio. We are trying to take their nest out but they are really strong little creatures.

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  16. clynsg

    All the bugs are a problem, but we have a lot of mud-dabber wasps, which are definitely the worst, especially since they can find so many hidden places to build their nests.

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  17. Dolores Miranda

    Usually the mosquitos but this past summer it was our backyard full of killer wasps,it was aweful!They were Huge!!

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  18. Dave L

    Black flies and mosquitoes have been very bad this year. I’ve been bitten every time we have an outdoor barbecue. This will come in very handy next summer. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  19. Ellen Beck

    Flies bug me the most. I dont know why besides hey are completely disgusting they bother me. I will go wild trying to swat a fly down. I can use mosquito spray but flies just are there.

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  20. Jae Park

    We live in the Mojave Desert…and I have just two words for what bothers me outside: Fire Ants.

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  21. allison

    I live on a wooded property, so coming home and being hit trying to unlock the door at night is the worst!

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  22. Leah Shumack

    Definitely the bugs. Spiders have been horrible this year and it seems like I’m always walking into webs everywhere!

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  23. Annette

    Sweating is the one that that bugs me the most about being outdoors. I live in the Deep South, so summer is the worst.

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  24. Tosha H

    It’s definitely the bugs that bug me the most lol, I can’t even really enjoy the outdoors because the freaking mosquitoes won’t leave me alone arrgh!

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