5 in 1 Ultrasonic Pest Repeller – Plug In with Electromagnetic Ionic AC Socket & Night Light Electronic Repellent Functions – Control and Repel Rodents Rats Mice Insects Mosquitos Cockroaches Spiders

When I review a product, and give an unbiased review there are certain things I look for along with the actual product itself.


First, how fast was this product shipped?  Shipping was fast considering with Amazon, I have never had an issue with the shipping.


How was this product packaged?  Extreme care was taken to ensure that the product was delivered in pristine condition.


Product dimensions? The unit is  2.7in X 1.6inX5in and weights approximately 5 pounds


Entry into the marketplace?  There are several other 5 in 1 pest repellent models available:

GoodLife Pest Repeller Ultimate AT – 5 in 1 Electronic Pest Control 5 in 1 Home Sentinel -$17.99

MTL Home Sentinel 5 in 1 Electronic Plug -In Repeller-$18.99

LONGKO 5-in-1 Pest Repellent Ultrasonic Repeller-$18.99


The existence of modern technology makes every aspect of our lives easier, even in pest control. Even though I have only had this product for approximately 48 hours, I will give a brief review.  I will update after I have been able to further test the product.  I have owned several electronic pest controllers over the years and with everyone, my dog’s senility to the high-pitched frequency has been an issue. With the FIRAA, my dogs didn’t even notice it plugged in, other than the blue night light. The FIRAA has 5 functions:

ULTRASONIC SOUND – emits loud siren like sound that is inaudible to humans but incredibly loud to pests to drive them crazy!

ELECTRO-VIBRAWAVE – electromagnetic vibrations are sent to give pests no rest at all and to drive them out.

IONIC CONTROL – removes pollutants and odors from the air that attracts pests.

AC SOCKET – don’t lose a socket, this allows you to plug in small devices.

NIGHT LIGHT – a light sensor activated night light automatically switches on when it becomes dark.


What are the pros and cons to the FIRAA Ultrasonic Pest Repeller 5 in 1?


-No chemicals are involved in the controlling of pests, which makes it very environmentally friendly.

-No weird smells or orders to contend with that may harm be harmful to your health.

-Convenience, doesn’t consume a lot of energy and you can move it around the house.

-The added socket on the side for an additional power source.

-Not harmful to my dog’s ears (I can’t speak for those that have gerbils, guinea pigs, hamsters, mice and rats as pets, I caution you to probably stay away from these sort of units).



-The sound can be distorted by things such as furniture and other obstacles

– Price point is high, especially if you live in big house with multiple floors, then additional units will be needed.

-No available warranty information readily available.

-Science on whether these works are up for speculation.  Studies have already been conducted to test its effectivity: The device was put right next to a cage of rodents and these rodents did not react to it at all and they just did normal rodent things. Another study has also been conducted saying that every species of insects perceive sounds differently thus having different reactions. But they all have something in common: they all get used to this high frequency sound eventually and there’s really nothing you can do about it.

Again, I will update my review once I have had a chance to test the unit further, but my overall impression is, a well built, well designed product worthy of giving it a try.

As with all my reviews, there is no compensation involved. I do this purely out of my belief that if a product is that good, then it will sell itself. I am an advocate for the entrepreneur, the small business owners and the family-oriented businesses.









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