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DynaTrap DT1260 1/2 Acre, Slate, Insect and Mosquito Trap, Pole Mount, 2 Bonus UV Bulbs, Twist On/Off

Why we love this

Made for all-weather use, DynaTrap catches pesky biting insects in three unique ways, without chemicals, odors or noise. Protects up to half an acre.

About this item

Insect and mosquito trap
Protects up to ½ acre
No expensive attractant or propane required
Pesticide and odor free
Includes Pole mount & 2 replacement bulbs


The DynaTrap Insect Trap with Pole Mount can be placed anywhere for centralized insect control using a convenient pole stand. This insect trap is engineered for 3-way protection against mosquitos and other flying insects. First, a UV fluorescent bulb generates a warm light, attracting insects. Then a second lure, an exclusive Ti02 titanium dioxide-coated surface, produces CO2 that's irresistible to mosquitos. Finally, a powerful yet whisper-quiet vacuum fan sucks insects into the retaining cage where they dehydrate and die. A unique twist on/off feature ensures that any insects still alive in the retaining cage will not escape when the trap is turned off.

Protects up to ½ acre
No zapping or buzzing
Durable, all-weather construction
No expensive attractant or propane required
Pesticide and odor free
Whisper-quiet operation

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Since they don’t use propane, that means no need to buy and change cylinders, and best of all, no maintenance problems with clogged lines or failure of the propane to light–issues that trouble many other traps. You still need to plug them in, so you’ll need an outdoor outlet and an extension cord if you want hang the trap more than 7-10 feet from the outlet.

The Dynatrap DT2000XL is rated to attract mosquitoes for up to an acre of coverage–probably an over estimate, but it’s still more powerful than the smaller model. 
See reviews.

The DT2000XL model is more expensive than the DT1000 model, but it’s bigger, with a stronger fan and bright light, and can attract bugs from farther away, with coverage up to an acre for the DT2000XL and a half-acre for the DT1000, according to the manufacturer.

If you’ve definitely decided not to buy a propane mosquito trap, this is the next best thing. I’ll list the pros and cons of the two models together, because they’re similar.

Dynatrap Pros

  • Its initial cost is cheaper than propane traps.
  • It doesn’t require the hassle and expense of replacing propane tanks.
  • It catches other bugs besides mosquitoes, though that’s not always good if they’re beneficial ones.
  • You can use it indoors or outdoors.
  • The only sound is the quiet humming of the fan and there’s no odor.
  • It’s safe for pets, children and the environment, since it uses no insecticides.

Dynatrap Cons

  • The big one: it doesn’t necessarily kill mosquitoes specifically, so you may get more moths or other things instead.
  • You’ll need to mount it about 5 to 6 feet off the ground. One model, the DT1200, comes with its own hanger, but otherwise, it needs a tree branch, post, wall, fence, etc. to hang or sit on.
  • If you use it outdoors, it may need some rain shelter to prevent water from getting into the collecting area.
  • It needs an outlet 7-10 feet away or an extension cord.
  • It’s tricky to empty without letting some bugs escape.
  • The claim that it emits an effective amount of CO2 has been questioned.
  • Like all traps, it needs placed in a good location, shady and sheltered, where mosquitoes can find it, but not where you’ll be bothered by them.

How It Works

The lights in the top of the trap emit warmth and ultraviolet rays, which attract mosquitoes as well as other insects, particularly moths at night. There are openings below the lights where bugs can fly in. Once inside, they’re sucked down by the fan’s air currents into the retaining cage below, where they’re unable to escape and die within a day.

Unfortunately, light and warmth are just two of the things that attract mosquitoes, since what they’re mainly looking for are people to bite. Carbon dioxide is what they really seek, since we and other animals emit it when we exhale. Mosquitoes know that if they follow that vapor trail, there will be a tasty animal on the other end, ready to be bitten.

To produce carbon dioxide, the Dynatrap uses a broad sort of funnel above the fan, coated with titanium dioxide (TiO2). The manufacturer claims that when the ultraviolet light reacts with the TiO2, “a photocatalytic reaction takes place that produces carbon dioxide.” This is the process it uses, instead of burning propane like other traps.

However, when the University of Wisconsin tried to measure the amount of carbon dioxide emitted, they reported that they detected none at all. One reviewer pointed out that the TiO2 surface would need coated with a source of carbon, like dust or dead bugs, in order for the process to make carbon dioxide. See the review here (scroll down to Dr. Marsteller’s comment). The reviewer also commented that the fan would draw in and disperse the carbon dioxide. Actually, that sounds like a benefit, since it would send out signals to mosquitoes farther away, and they would follow the vapor trail to its source. The source would be where the air exits, not up by the ventilation holes, but it would still be close. The big question, though, is whether the trap produces any, or enough, CO2 to make a difference.

The claim that a combination of TiO2 and ultraviolet light produce carbon dioxide is legitimate, since some air cleaners are based on the idea. They use it to remove organic pollutants from the air, and they’ve been tested to work. Their source of carbon is the dust and pollutants, which they turn into carbon dioxide, so a mosquito trap hung outdoors may draw in enough organic dust from the air to work. If the University of Wisconsin tested the trap in a very clean environment, that may explain the complete lack of CO2 emissions. However, even with a source of carbon, there’s still no assurance it produces enough carbon dioxide to be even noticeable to mosquitoes.

Does it Work?

But the main question is, does it work to trap mosquitoes? I have a friend who uses two of the DT1000 traps in her large backyard, and she reports that they definitely catch moths and wasps, and they also catch mosquitoes, though not as many as she would like. The catch rate improved when she moved one of them in front of a shady hedge where mosquitoes liked to hang out, but the number of mosquitoes was still lower than the number of other bugs. As an insect-catcher, it works, especially after dark, and is a much less annoying alternative to a bug-zapper light. In fact, Dynatrap markets it as an alternative to zapper lights, with the slogan “Stop zapping, start trapping.”

But if you want it as a mosquito-catcher, specifically, your results may vary.

Not Just Mosquitoes

If moths and other insects attracted to light all carried diseases and bit like mosquitoes, a trap that caught them all would be great. Unfortunately, the moths that get trapped are relatively harmless to pets and people, and other bugs may even be beneficial.

The caterpillars that moths produce can do a lot of harm to gardens and farm crops, though, so if you have a garden, catching moths still may be an added benefit. Unfortunately, some of the most destructive ones, like the European gypsy moth, don’t fly at night and aren’t particularly attracted to lights.

Some garden pests that are attracted to ultraviolet light include the adults of European corn borers, cabbage loopers and cutworms, according to the University of Florida IFAS Extension. They say that several mosquitoes are also attracted to light, but some of the Aedes mosquitoes aren’t, including unfortunately Aedes albopictus, the Asian tiger mosquito. So to attract and kill them, a trap needs to rely more heavily on CO2 or other attractants, which may be the weak point of the Dynatrap models, and why some people report better success than others, at catching mosquitoes.

If you don’t want it to trap larger moths or butterflies, one suggestion is to put a piece of coarse screen over the openings, so only mosquitoes and smaller bugs can get in. To increase its attractiveness to mosquitoes, some people also add octenol or other attractants to the trap container.


The bug container will need cleaned out maybe once a week. You unscrew it and dump the dead bugs out, but the tricky part is that there will be some recently-caught live bugs in there too. The company includes a Velcro strap you can use to cover the container, so the bugs won’t fly out when you turn off the fan, and they’ll die within a day and then you can dump everything out.

The lightbulbs need replaced when they burn out, maybe once every 3-4 months, though occasionally they’ll burn out sooner. They’re not all that cheap, especially if they burn out quick, but still much cheaper than propane and lures if they last several months.

Other than that, the main maintenance is brushing off the bug gunk from the funnel area where they enter the trap, which is kind of gross, but not too bad.

Dynatrap TD2000XL is the heavy-duty version of this trap style

This heavy-duty version of the Dynatrap Insect Trap has brighter bulbs that are supposed to last longer (6 months) but still aren’t cheap, a stronger fan, and a particularly useful device, a damper than automatically seals in any live insects when you turn the fan off, so they can’t escape. The manufacturer says it will attract insects from up to 30 feet, if placed in an ideal location, where it’s shaded from other lights and the bugs can see its light at a distance.

You can use it indoors or outdoors. It comes with a 7-foot cord, but if that’s not long enough, you’ll need an extension cord marked “W-A” and tagged that it’s suitable for outdoor appliances. If you want to look at the manual, here’s a link to it in a pdf file: Dynatrap DT2000XL manual.


“It catches some mosquitoes, but not as many as I’d hoped. More moths. It’s easy to set up and does draw in the bugs though.”

“Over the years I’ve used every kind of trap except the big propane ones, and this has caught more by far than any of the others. The lights didn’t last as long as they said. After two weeks, they burned out and I needed to put in new ones. Other than that, I’m very happy with it.”

“It’s hard to keep some of the insects from escaping when you clean out the trap, since some of them are still alive. I haven’t noticed it’s reduced the mosquito population as far as getting bit, but there are always some dead mosquitoes in the trap when I clean it out, as well as moths and beetles.”

Read more Dynatrap DL2000XL reviews.

Dynatrap DT1000 is smaller, lighter, works on same principle

The DT1000 model is smaller and lighter than the other, with a less powerful fan. It’s about a foot high and 10″ in diameter, and weighs 3 1/2 pounds. The manufacturer rates it for a range of 1/2 acre, though that may be optimistic. The two UV light bulbs are also not as bright as the other model, and are supposed to last four months, though they may sometimes burn out much sooner.

Otherwise, the trap works on the same principle as the larger model, but will just draw insects from a smaller area. You can use it indoors or outdoors.

Here’s a link to the manual in a pdf file: Dynatrap DT1000 manual.


“One of the bulbs quit working in a week, but I replaced it and they’ve lasted about two months now. The container always has a fair amount of bugs, though mostly other things rather than mosquitoes.”

“This is much less annoying and intrusive than a bug zapper. I don’t really notice any increase in my electric bill, so the operating cost is only the cost of replacing the lightbulbs. I tried it without the lights, since some people say it works as well, but it only caught a few scattered ones, not nearly as many.”

“When this wasn’t catching many mosquitoes, I added an octenal lure to the bottom and it made a lot of difference. Don’t hang it near where you’ll be, because it does attract a lot of bugs around it, so choose a location where the mosquitoes will find it before they find you.”

Read more Dynatrap DT1000reviews.

Other Mosquito Trap Reviews

Checkout our reviews of a few other popular mosquito traps to see how they stack up:

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Buying guide for best dynatrap insect traps

Are you tired of having your outdoor fun ruined by bugs? Buzzing, biting insects can stop a family cookout short and make guests head inside for cover. An insect trap is an energy-efficient way to keep nearby insect populations at bay. Leave it running when mosquito season is in full swing, and you can prevent those flying biters from repopulating your yard. Insect traps can even be used indoors to trap other bug pests like fruit flies and gnats.

DynaTrap brand insect traps utilize a three-way system to coax and trap insects so you and yours can keep on enjoying summer days and nights.

The BestReviews team pored over the variety of DynaTrap products available in order to create this detailed guide. We cover everything there is to know about the company’s insect traps and detail the advantages of this pest control tool. When you’re ready to buy, check out our recommended products in the chart above, and start enjoying more bug-free barbecues.

Types of insect traps

There are various types of mechanisms used by insect trap manufacturers to lure and eventually kill pests like mosquitos. DynaTrap brand traps utilize all three of the most common lures.

  • Light: UV light is often the first thing that attracts insects to traps.

  • Carbon dioxide: This is a commonly used lure for mosquitoes. Many products require the use of a propane tank to emit CO2.

  • Vacuum fan: Fans use suction to trap nearby bugs, leaving them no means of escape.

We spent 68 hours researching 10 Dynatrap insect traps while consulting with over 100 consumers to choose our top five favorites.



Why use DynaTrap insect traps?

DynaTrap insect traps are versatile and effective.

  • UV lighting to attract insects

  • CO2 emitted by unique finish to attract mosquitoes

  • Vacuum fan mechanism to trap nearby insects

  • No chemicals or toxins

  • Quiet

  • Very easy to set up and use

  • Indoor or outdoor use

  • Cover areas large and small

DynaTrap insect trap features to consider

Keep the following in mind while browsing through the DynaTrap product lineup for your new insect trap.

Outdoor or indoor

 Most units can be used outdoors or indoors, though outdoor use is much more common.

  • Outdoor traps feature all-weather construction and a wide range of coverage choices, up to an acre (43,560 square feet).
  • Indoor traps are not weatherproof. These provide protection for smaller areas (usually a few hundred square feet). Indoor models are recommended for use in the garage, covered veranda, and screened rooms and feature the same three-way design as most outdoor units. DynaTrap makes two types of indoor models.
    • Flylight is designed mainly to trap flies or other flying insects and features UV light and replaceable StickyTech flypaper.
    • DynaTrap makes compact versions of their outdoor traps for indoor use to cover between 300 and 1,300 square feet.


DynaTrap insect traps can offer protection for a few hundred square feet up to an acre. Keep in mind that a trap with too big a range can actually have the opposite effect and attract insects to your yard or patio, so choose the appropriate coverage for your needs.

Hanging or standing

DynaTrap’s lineup includes hanging models and models on poles. Many hanging models can also be wall mounted. Standing units are perfect for outdoor areas without any walls for mounting or areas for hanging. Make sure to follow DynaTrap’s positioning recommendations to ensure maximum efficiency.


DynaTrap units come in multiple finishes, from rustic antique copper to sleek stainless steel. The finish of most DynaTrap units produces CO2, which attracts mosquitoes. Without the need for a propane tank, the traps are lighter and cheaper to maintain than other types of insect traps. The different colors and styles make it easy for homeowners to find a trap that fits the look of their outdoor or indoor space.

"Don’t forget to clean out your insect trap. Emptying and cleaning it regularly will extend the life of the product. "




Many insect traps use light to attract insects. DynaTrap models feature different bulb options that function in the same way but have different lifespans. Most of the bulbs are replaceable.

  • UV (3,000 hours); Some wall-mounted indoor units have two UV bulbs.
  • Non-replaceable UV bulb (20,000 hours)
  • UV-LED bulb (40,000 hours)

Extra protection

DynaTrap’s three-way protection is great at attracting and killing the insects in your yard, but the company also offers traps with additional lures for increased effectiveness.

  • ATRAKTA Pods are nontoxic pods that release scents that attract insects. Some DynaTrap models come packaged with these pods.
  • Other traps also include a special water tray that attracts bugs like mosquitoes.

Power source

All DynaTrap traps have power cords from four to ten feet long and require an outlet for power. (Indoor models generally have shorter cords.) Most DynaTrap units are low wattage and energy efficient and cost very little to run.


These devices trap insects that eventually die inside the sealed chamber. You will need to periodically empty out the dead insects. Most DynaTrap models twist open while keeping the insects trapped, so those that are still alive can’t escape while you clean the device. All DynaTrap models come with a cleaning brush to make the process easier.

Did you know?

You can save money on propane refills since DynaTrap insect traps don’t require the use of a tank to emit carbon dioxide.



DynaTrap insect trap prices

You can expect to pay between $24 and $214 for a DynaTrap insect trap, depending on the model and features.

  • Budget friendly: DynaTrap models that cost from $24 to $100 include the Flylight series and compact indoor models. Models at this price point tend to have a cheaper construction and less coverage capacity.

  • Mid-range: You’ll find models with coverage for up to 3/4 of an acre between $100 and $180. Traps at this price point include larger outdoor units and indoor wall-mounted models.

  • Premium: For $180 and up, DynaTrap’s premium range includes options that offer one-acre outdoor protection. The traps at this price point also include larger cages to trap more insects at a time for less frequent cleaning.


Q. What’s the advantage of an insect trap over a bug zapper?
Insect traps like those made by DynaTrap are more effective at trapping and killing mosquitoes than zappers since they use carbon dioxide in addition to light to lure insects. Bug zappers often kill beneficial insects, like bees, while traps are less likely to do so. Insect traps are also safer, more energy efficient, and quieter than zappers.

Q. Are insect traps safe to use?
Yes. Insect traps like those made by DynaTrap do not release any harmful toxins and don’t use any electric current to kill insects. It’s okay to use them indoors or outdoors.

Q. Can I leave my insect trap powered on or should I shut it off when I’m not outdoors?
DynaTrap insect traps are designed to be on 24/7. When bug season comes around, just plug in and turn on your unit to protect against mosquitoes, wasps, and other insects. DynaTrap products are meant to run all season long – they use relatively little energy and don’t cost very much to run.

Q. Where should I place my DynaTrap insect trap for the most effective results?
Dynatrap recommends hanging, mounting, or placing your trap between 3 to 6 feet off the ground and 20 to 40 feet away from where you will be cooking or sitting outside. It can be placed anywhere, but positioning it too close to your living area may attract bugs to you rather than the trap.


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DynaTrap® 1/2 Acre Mosquito & Insect Trap

DynaTrap® 1/2 Acre – Black Insect Trap - Product Description:

Good Things Come in small packages… The DynaTrap® perfect for your urban or suburban yard!

This 1/2 acre trap attracts and kills mosquitoes and other nuisance flying insects including biting flies, wasps, stink bugs, moths, and Asian beetles. DynaTrap® Insect and Mosquito Trap is engineered for 3-way protection. First, a UV fluorescent bulb generates a warm light, attracting insects. Then a second lure, an exclusive Ti02 titanium dioxide-coated surface, produces CO2 that’s irresistible to mosquitoes. Third, a powerful yet whisper-quiet vacuum fan sucks insects into the retaining cage where they dehydrate and die. Our patented damper flaps ensure any insects still alive in the retaining cage will not escape when the trap is turned off

Easy set-up with a 1-year warranty.

  • Protects up to 1/2 acre
  • Durable all-weather construction
  • Easy to set up with 3 way protection
  • No zapping or buzzing
  • Easy installation, just plug it in and let it run 24/7!
  • Empty the retaining cage every 1-2 weeks

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