Disposing The Dead Fly

So you swatted the fly, now how are you going to dispose its body? Pick it up with a tissue paper you say! Nay! Dare you waste the paper! I’ll give you a better tool, the swatter itself! The weapon itself becomes the disposer; how cool β€˜n creepy. A niche in the swatter lets you pick the dead fly with precision and dispose it in the bin. Yes! Swatter; awesome!

Designer: Zhao Ke

23 Comments

  • QYS says:

    Correct me if im wrong, just a tissue from the box of it, to kill the fly is still more eco-friendly considering the materials used into making this swatter just to swat the fly right?

  • QYS says:

    Correct me if im wrong, just a tissue from the box of it, to kill the fly is still more eco-friendly considering the materials used into making this swatter just to swat the fly right?

  • prakhar1 says:

    how do u dispose the fly off of the swatter and into the trash. I'm guessing the liquids from the fly's body would cause it to stick to the swatter.

  • prakhar1 says:

    how do u dispose the fly off of the swatter and into the trash. I'm guessing the liquids from the fly's body would cause it to stick to the swatter.

  • M1nd says:

    I guess the designer's idea is to shovel the fly up, rather than clip it. Otherwise, it is still kind of disgusting…

  • M1nd says:

    I guess the designer's idea is to shovel the fly up, rather than clip it. Otherwise, it is still kind of disgusting…

  • even its brutal, its still a good design.

  • even its brutal, its still a good design.

  • Michel says:

    I like the way you think and want to make killing a fly more environment friendly, but I still have to use a napkin to clean the blood from the surface.

  • Michel says:

    I like the way you think and want to make killing a fly more environment friendly, but I still have to use a napkin to clean the blood from the surface.

  • driverm says:

    It is being used for more than 30 years at eastern EU. It is a very old product.

  • driverm says:

    It is being used for more than 30 years at eastern EU. It is a very old product.

  • Mikael says:

    How come killing a fly respects the ECO-friendly movement?
    Isn't the fly part of the eco-system?
    ….
    Very paradoxal design, maybe intentional? πŸ™‚

  • Mikael says:

    How come killing a fly respects the ECO-friendly movement?
    Isn't the fly part of the eco-system?
    ….
    Very paradoxal design, maybe intentional? πŸ™‚

  • AlleyJack Creative says:

    Of course, you could always just trap it and take it outside: http://www.petacatalog.com/index.php?p=product&am… I wish more places sold these. No blood, no guts, AND no tissue. πŸ˜‰

  • AlleyJack Creative says:

    Of course, you could always just trap it and take it outside: http://www.petacatalog.com/index.php?p=product&am… I wish more places sold these. No blood, no guts, AND no tissue. πŸ˜‰

  • Jason says:

    Greenwashing knows no bounds…

  • Jason says:

    Greenwashing knows no bounds…

  • YeJin says:

    ^^ Oh my god !!!!!very good!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • YeJin says:

    ^^ Oh my god !!!!!very good!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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