Original offer details & such: $19.95 + $8.95 S&H. BOGO: $8.95 S&H Sales tax: CA, FL. Guarantee: 30-day (minus S&H).
We'd be hard-pressed to find a product more controversial than the Riddex Pulse. Take that back, the Pulse doesn't have as much chatter but it still contributes to the overall Riddex debate.
When we used to run the old agency blog we saw heated debates regarding the performance. We'll warn you know. But the arguments had pros and cons so don't think we're being too harsh, yet.On with the debate.
Riddex Pulse is an electronic pest controller that uses "digital pulse" technology which emits frequencies that are inaudible to human but are as annoying as hell to rodents and pets. The theory is that the frequency is also to high for dogs, cats, fish & bird to hear. Go figure it's the nuclear war-surviving cockroaches that hear louder than the rest of us. In theory you only need one pulse per level, but if you have a ranch-styled home you'll probably need a second one.
According to riddexpulse.com, Riddex Pulse claims the following features and benefits:
- over 3 million Riddex units sold
- no noxious fumes
- prevents future pests from entering
- works behind walls, floors & ceilings
- no cleanup
Order Process: This is the easy one of the two. Of the complaints we find, the order process doesn't seem to be one of them. Off the official product website it is 1 main offer with S&H and a BOGO that has a second S&H. Pretty standard anymore. It doesn't look like people have been having issues with the upsell process either.
We found a couple 3rd party forums where the conversation seems to be more level-headed. Please take a look at them and let us know what you think:
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