Buzz Flyswatter is an Australian domestic classic made better. It swats flies and mozzies, but with easy disposal by scooping the deceased into Buzz’s hollow end – without touching them.
Unlike traditional flyswatters, Buzz can also successfully deal with bugs in corners, because it has a much thicker and heavier edge than its predecessors.
Ironically, Buzz Flyswatter is from Danish company Normann Copenhagen. Who knew Denmark had flies ? Their designer Hans Hornemann was motivated by a personal fear of wasps, and based Buzz on the idea of a rolled up newspaper.
His invention is made from silicone and wood. The silicone cleans easily, and the ash wood handle looks really cool in Denmark, and avoids being slippery in hot climate Australia.
Buzz looks very fine standing around. Flies should be very afraid.