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Leather Fly Swatter

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Here in Ohio farm country, we've got fly-swatting down to a fine art. Now you can be an expert, too.
  • Hand-sewn, 1/8"-thick head of tanned cowhide
  • Extended 15" wire handle
  • Both combine for the extra killing power you need
  • 20"L
  • Amish-made in Ohio

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LEATHER FLY SWATTER DESCRIPTION
"My dad did not rest until I got a couple of these. They are by far the heaviest duty fly swatters anywhere!" --A Satisfied Lehman's Customer

"This thing is made to work well and last a long time – the way things should be made. I will never buy another plastic or mesh fly swatter. In fact, the way the leather one is holding up, I may never buy any fly swatter again!" --A Satisfied Lehman's Customer

Customer Reviews of Leather Fly Swatter
Product Rating: 4.2 out of 5.0(37 reviews)
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- 10/28/2010
said: Carmen
"I rate this 5 lamps. After having gone through many plastic swatters I heard about your leather ones and immediately ordered 2 of them. They have already worked very well and am hoping they last quite a few years like the old wire ones did. Thanks very much Lehmans"
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- 11/19/2010
said: Shirli
"I have had this fly swat for more than 11 years! Excellent quality! I highly recommend this. Great for flies, bees and all manner of creeping bugs! Even great for the occasional swat on the backsides for the children!!!"
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- 7/16/2011
said: Linda C Bell
"These are very handsome. I did use a black marker to darken the white stitching, but that's just my personal taste."
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- 7/19/2011
said: Anonymous User
"wire handles very flimsy. wooden handles were much better. why they went to wire who knows."
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- 9/7/2011
said: Jeanne
"great price, looks and works better than those cheap plastic ones. I give them as gifts and everyone loves them."
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- 9/18/2011
said: R. Gray
"The leather swatter is extremely effective at landing a killing blow with only low velocity smacks. (Indeed, the only reason this is not a 5-star rating is that the wire handle is a little too ductile for the weight of the leather, and if you get carried away and swing hard the handle bends all out of shape. Having said that, this is the ne plus ultra of flay swatters. The heavy weight leaher even works using the *edge* of the swatter in a tight space."
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- 9/28/2011
said: Leanna
"The leather part is really nice but the metal handle is kind of flimsy."
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- 10/20/2011
said: Ann
"We've had one for over 15 years. Still as steardy as day 1. Works great on bees and wasps too!"
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- 11/29/2011
said: Heidi
"Had good hopes for this fly swatter. The leather part is fantastic, but the wire handle is super flimsy. You go to swat it, and the handle bends over, negating the action and usefulness of the item. Wish they'd make it with a stronger non-bendy handle."
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- 12/13/2011
said: Keever
"The fly swatter is much better than the plastic ones, but the wire handle is flimsy. It has lasted 5 years and hopefully the handle will last another five because the leather part will."
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