ThermalStrike Ranger Portable Bed Bug Heater

ThermalStrike Ranger Portable Bed Bug Heater

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ThermalStrike Ranger Portable Bed Bug Heater

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Bed Bug infestations continue to be on the rise in the United States and around the world. Nearly impossible to detect through inspection, bed bugs commonly stow away inside the cracks and crevices of luggage to infest new locations.

The Ranger eliminates this risk by surrounding the luggage with low levels of heat on all sides - effectively destroying all stages of bed bugs and their eggs. Simple place the luggage into the Ranger, zip the lid, and start the timer.

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Our Price: $249.95
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Key Features:
  • Perfect size for luggage: treats suitcases up to 27" tall
  • Surrounds the item(s) being treated with heat on all sides
  • Can be set up in minutes, and includes an auto shutoff timer
  • Folds up for easy storage between treatments

Bed Bug Supply Review - see what our experts have to say about this product

There's a new sheriff in town. The ThermalStrike Ranger has arrived, and its unique design is sure to be a hit with frequent flyers everywhere. It's sized perfectly for most luggage, and folds up like a paper bag into the most compact storage design on the market.


The Ranger sets up in seconds, and is capable of treating an empty suitcase in just two hours. For longer treatments, an on-cord timer can be set up to 8 hours.


Instead of the conventional approach of blowing heat into the space with a single fanned heater, the Ranger delivers low-power heat from all six sides of the suitcase, ensuring a fast and consistent heatup with no cold points. It's well-constructed, insulated, and built to last, and is backed by a one-year manufacturer warranty.

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The New Sheriff in Town:


Bed Bug infestations continue to be on the rise in the United States and around the world. Nearly impossible to detect through inspection, bed bugs commonly stow away inside the cracks and crevices of luggage to infest new locations.


The Ranger eliminates this risk by surrounding the luggage with low levels of heat on all sides - effectively destroying all stages of bed bugs and their eggs. Simply place the luggage into the Ranger, zip the lid and start the timer.


Temperatures above 118 degrees Fahrenheit are lethal to bed bugs and their eggs. The Ranger exceeds these temperatures with uniform heating on all six sides to produce an environment that is safe for your belongings, yet deadly to bed bugs.



ThermalStrike Ranger

Features:


  • Sealed PVC Enclosure: Welded construction prevents escape during treatment and is simple to clean.
  • Collapsible Design: Unit folds away easily for storage between trips.
  • Industrial Zippers: Simple and easy to close.
  • Insulated Outer Cover: High durability 420D nylon cover for years of use and energy efficiency.
  • Built-In Timer: Timer with easy to follow settings for effective treatment.
  • Usable Space: (18 x 13 x 27 inches) - Heat-treats luggage 22 to 27 inches tall

ThermalStrike Ranger

Fast and Effective:


The Ranger can be set up in minutes, and starts heating with the flick of a switch. Within eight hours, everything inside should be heated to a lethal but safe level, ensuring that all bed bugs and their eggs are killed.

ThermalStrike Ranger

Safe for Many Applications:


The ZappBug can be used to treat clothes, shoes, books, luggage, papers, bedding and more.

ThermalStrike Ranger

Compact and Portable:


When not in use, the Ranger folds up into the smallest storage profile available among bed bug heaters. You can easily store it in your closet between trips, or take it with you to your next destination.


 

Compare Heaters:

Which is right for you?


  • Price
  • Size
  • Collapsible
  • Insulated
  • Timer Included

ThermalStrike Ranger


  • $179.95
  • 4 Cubic ft


ThermalStrike Expedition


  • $199.95
  • 6 Cubic ft
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PackTite MAX


  • $369.95
  • 7 Cubic ft
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ZappBug Oven


  • $495.95
  • 25 Cubic ft



Bed Bug Usage Tips:


Bed bugs can hide almost anywhere a credit card can fit. That means they could be camping out in your clothes, shoes, books, and just about any other personal belongings you have in your home.


You can start treating these items by drying your clothes on the highest heat settings possible. Items that can't be thrown in the laundry can be treated with the ThermalStrike Ranger.


The Ranger is extremely easy to use. Simply set it up, load it with items and set the timer to up to 8 hours. The timer automatically shuts off the heater when the treatment cycle is done.


To Use Our Non-Chemical Treatment Protocol Against Bed Bugs We Recommend:


SafeRest Box Spring and Mattress Encasements with Pillow Protectors

Climbup Interceptors

J.T Eaton bed Bug Powder (natural diatomaceous earth)

Vapamore Bed Bug Steamer

Dissolvable Laundry Bags

Hefty Big Bags


Questions and Answers

Q: what is the height, length and width of the thermalstrike ranger, and what is the max temperature that it reachces?
Asked by: Martin - 7/5/2014
A: 
The Ranger is 18" long, 13" wide, and 27" tall when standing. It reaches a max temperature of roughly 145° F, though the items inside only need to reach 120° to kill bed bugs of all sizes.
Q: Is the Thermal Strike Ranger Portable Bed Bug Heater safe and effective for library books?
Asked by: Library User - 3/12/2015
A: 
Yes, all of our portable heaters are great for treating books.
Q: Do laptops, cell phones and tv's also need to be treated? If so, what is the best course of action for electronics?
Asked by: Concerned - 7/8/2015
A: 
Electronics should be inspected thoroughly before treatment, as it's pretty uncommon for bed bugs to hide in them. You can learn more about treating bed bugs in electronics here.
Q: To treat clothes or other items in this product, do the items need to be placed into a suitcase, or will a sealed garbage bag be fine? The hubby is afraid a bag would melt due to the heat?
Asked by: GoneBuggyInOhio - 1/5/2016
A: 
A garbage bag would be fine, and won't melt in the heat produced by this heater. Ideally, you would open the top of the garbage bag before turning on the heater to allow for better heat circulation.

Customer Reviews

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Rating
5/ 5stars
ThermalStrike Ranger Portable Bed Bug Heater
Excellent product, works excellent! I have no complaints!
Reviewed by:  from Brooklyn.
Rating
5/ 5stars
Thermal Strike Ranger
I travel for work and pop my suitcase right in as soon as I get home. I don't worry about the hotels as much as I do other items in cargo with my suitcase. It was worth it, simply for peace of mind.
Reviewed by:  from Indians.
Rating
5/ 5stars
Thermalstrike ranger
This product is excellent! Sturdy, quality construction with large treatment area. This item is perfect for home use. I am able to store my work clothes and treat all in one shot. It was a pleasant surprise to have a product exceed my expectations.
Reviewed by:  from NC.
Rating
5/ 5stars
Heater bag.
Heats up very fast and speeds up the bedbug removal process. Nicely constructed. A must have if you travel and don't want to bring any unwanted critters back home with you. Throw your luggage in the bag, turn it on and be worry free.
Reviewed by:  from Wakefield Virginia.
Rating
4/ 5stars
Works
I order the thermal strike ranger because my husband travels a lot and I want to be safe from any unwanted guest. I used to own the packtite but they recalled them and what they sent me was just too big. So I ask for my money back and they were nice enough to return. I decided to get the thermal strike ranger because I can easily put away in box in a closet. I would give it 5 stars but when you put small carry on the heater since is very soft shrinks down so I had to be adjusting. Still very happy with it because I know that won't be the case with a bigger bag. Temperature goes up high enough that you know it will kill the bug. Since I had a thermometer I used one. Great little heater.
Reviewed by:  from Newyork city.