The NightWatch bed bug monitor emits CO2, heat and scent on a scheduled cycle, normally running at night. It lures bed bugs in and they can’t escape.
The NightWatch has come down in price recently to under
$350 $300 per unit. You may be able to lease them from an exterminator.
Ease of Setup and Use
– Jim Nolen, president of BioSensory, Inc.
Setup is simple:
- Position the monitor
- Insert a lure (contains the scent)
- Connect the CO2
- Plug into electrical outlet
- Set the current time
The NightWatch will run automatically between 10PM and 4AM or you can set your own 8 hour interval.
It is easy to replace the lure and CO2.
The NightWatch comes with both lures and CO2. You can buy replacement lures online. They are around $40 for a bag of four. Each lasts 7 nights. You can buy 20 oz replacement C02 canisters at any local hardware store and it will also last 7 nights.
When run for at least 2 weeks, if it doesn’t catch any bed bugs, it is 99% conclusive that you don’t have a bed bug infestation.
How to Buy
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Shipping within the continental US is currently free.