Beetle Blaster


Buy 100 for $2.95 ea. and save $1.30


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Simply fill the trap with our Beetle Blaster Oil and place it between two frames. Beetles go in and can’t get back out. You can change out traps as often as necessary, even during a honey flow! They’re disposable.

The Hive Beetle

This is a nightmare for beekeepers. Despite being endemic to sub-Saharan Africa, the hive beetles have also spread to other parts of the world, including North America, which is problematic since it causes damage to stored honey, pollen, and honeycombs.

High-Quality Beetle Blasters

The pest needs effective solutions to get rid of it. Whether you’re a hobbyist or a professional, our Beetle Blaster will ensure that you take control of your hive and eliminate the small hive beetles.

At Mann Lake, we ensure that our products are of exceptional quality. Our customers have given outstanding reviews on these products. Further, all other brands that are in our catalog are reputable.

You can order in bulk and take advantage of our available offers. Order beetle blaster traps from us and get the most affordable, superior-quality ones on the market.


  • 1.50 x 1.50 x 9.10 inches
  • 0.10 LBS


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    Product information unclear

    by Imre Buzgo on Feb 13, 2024

    Mannlake should explicitly state that this price is for each trap: each single plastic tub costs 4.25. Most other suppliers sell it in cases (10 or 20). US-based competitors (e.g.,Blythewood) are less than half as expensive - and clearly annotate whether the item is priced single or per case. E-commerce providers are significantly cheaper. Does the quality and origin really justify such a price magnitude? The traps are single-use, anyway, and the bees seal the entrance wholes eventually. I have tinkered with different brands, and even tried to re-use these ones: as long as the plastic tub does not break or leak, I see no difference (even if the black lid is cut open sidewards). It is to presume that any of these traps are made in China, anyway (as long as not stated otherwise), so ... At least the clear statement that Mannlake asks for 4.25 per trap would be an improvement.