Sonic Pulse Snake Repeller

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  • Sonic Pulse Snake Repeller
  • Random Pulse Snake Repeller
  • 70% of bites to animals results in death
  • Eastern Brown Snake - Most Lethal
  • Inland Taipan - Most venomous snake
  • Red Bellied Black Snake - Very Common
  • Others to watch out for - venomous snakes

Sonic Pulse Snake Repeller


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Random Sonic Pulse Snake Repeller - The most effective snake deterrent

How often do you hear “it won’t happen to me” or no caution measures are taken then an accident happens?

Well the random sonic snake repeller drives snakes out of your property if placed around the perimeter. This snake deterrent produces sonic waves and because snakes do not have ears but feel vibrations through their skin and vertebrae, the vibrations radiate through the soil and are picked up by snakes as they travel along the surface.

Snakes have very poor eyesight but they feel these vibrations as a threat and move away from the source. For snakes, the vibrations and strikes are the signals of danger.



Vibrations will travel in a 20-30 meter radius from the source, depending on soil type and obstructions. The protection range can be up to 150 square meters. Random Sonic Pulse Snake Repeller will generate unique and random vibrations and is 100% water proof and with a good set of alkaline batteries will last 12 months.

The tube can be placed anywhere, without maintenance. Bury at an angle around 30 degree into the ground. Be sure to leave 1/5 portion of the aluminum shaft on the ground. In Australia, we share our continent with about 170 species of land snakes, some equipped with venom more toxic than any other snakes in the world. Some are found in Queensland, South Australia, New South Wales and Northern Territory but are not limited to these states and territories.

Did you know?

In Australia and other countries, Taipans are amongst the most feared and deadly snakes in the world, combining copious amounts of venom, long fangs, fast and accurate strike. It has the potential to kill an adult human within 45 minutes. They are fond of sugarcane fields. The inland Taipan is the most venomous snake in the world and the coastal Taipan is extremely potent and rather aggressive.

Another common species is the eastern tiger snake and black tiger snake. Tiger snakes are found in the wetter parts of Eastern Australia, Tasmania, Victoria, NSW and South Eastern Queensland and South West of Western Australia. They are highly venomous and bites from this species can cause paralysis, clotting difficulties and muscle weakness.

But … About 70% of all bites and deaths to humans and animals in Australia are caused by the brown snake. There are four species of Brown snakes – the Common Brown snake, Western Brown snake, Ingram’s Brown snake and the Speckled brown snake. They are heavily populated in the eastern half of Australia and highly likely on farms in rural areas with mice.

The mainland tiger snakes are responsible for the second-highest number of bites in Australia, as they inhabit highly populated areas like Sydney and Melbourne. They are attracted to farms and outer suburban houses, where they hunt mice nocturnally and can easily be trodden on by unsuspecting victims in the darkness. Bites are fatal if untreated, causing pain in the feet and neck, tingling, numbness and sweating, followed by breathing difficulties and paralysis. The venom also damages the blood and muscles, leading to renal failure. The common Brown snake is considered the world's second-most venomous after the inland taipan.