Coming across spiders in your home is a perfectly normal occurrence but a stressful ordeal for arachnophobes and those who don't like them.
It carefully and easily catches the creepy-crawlies, which can then be safely released outside.
Why we rate it
Once you own a Pest Stop LED Spider and Insect Vacuum you'll find you can't live without it.
The lightweight but powerful, battery-powered device works to gently vacuum spiders or bugs safely, while keeping them at arm's length.
Just point the gadget at the intruder, press the button and it will capture Mr or Ms Spider, without harm.
Then carry it outside and release the button to remove the suction and set it free.
If that wasn’t enough, this handy gadget comes with LED light to help you find them when they go running off into dark corners.
And it doesn't just work on spiders - it also transports flies, wasps, woodlice and their many, many cousins.
At only £12.99, this is one handy tool we're popping in our basket ASAP.
What the reviews say
The Pest Stop LED Spider and Insect Vacuum is a unique invention, but one that has been popular with shoppers. Here's what they have to say:
"This is a must-have for those terrified of spiders or bugs…This has been a God-send! I'm not convinced there would be enough suction with the extension on, but the vac alone sucks up even the largest of spiders and allows you to dispose of them without causing them (or yourself!) harm."
"This is a brilliant gadget and every house should have one. Even enormous spiders get sucked up ready to go into the garden. Also good for wasps and bees."
"Although I’m terrified of big spiders, I don’t like killing them so when I was given a spider catcher as a present, I found it the perfect answer to my problem."
"I absolutely love this as I am always chasing spiders to evict from my home. This way it is done without harming the spider. I have also used it on wasps and bees."
"Brilliant product. My late husband always caught the spiders if they appeared but now I can catch them myself humanely and take them to the garden."