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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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- 6/7/2015
said: celia
"i must have bought 5 of these a few years back. best fly swatter i ever used but.... every swat i take bends the handle. the handles are just not strong enough. i constantly have to bend them back. the leather looks good but they wire looks like it is a hundred years old. handle needs to be improved to so this swatter would be as good as it should"
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- 6/17/2014
said: Florence Gloshen
"Great Fly Swatter. It will last for ever and it really does the job"
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- 5/31/2014
said: Gina Atkisson
"Worth every penny x2. No more plastic here. "
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- 2/17/2014
said: Karen Compton
"Just received this swatter. I was impressed with the quality of the leather and the heavy metal material. I love the fact that it was made here in the USA! I may have paid a little more but I will never buy a plastic fly swatter again!"
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- 12/15/2013
said: campnurse4
"I have my own and also one I personally bought for work. I will not use the plastic ones that get frail, bent, and are so light that they cannot kill a gnat! As my children leave home and set up their own homes, I buy them their own leather swatter. It is a great housewarming gift."
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- 8/2/2013
said: Dan
"While the leather is top-quality, the wire handle is too soft/weak. When you swing the flyswatter, the metal handle bends backwards. If you kill a fly with this thing it will be due more to luck than skill. A strong, non-bending handle would make this a keeper. "
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- 1/24/2013
said: Anonymous User
"Like others have said, the handle is to flimsy to work, and the leather/swatter part left black marks all over my walls. Too bad I bought 2."
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- 9/28/2012
said: Emma
"My dad did not rest until I got a couple of these. they are by far the heaviest- duty fly swatters anywhere! Using the same amount of force I did with the cheap plastic ones I almost broke a window! I hold it at the end and the handle never bent. i love these things!"
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- 9/19/2012
said: Liz
"These last SO much longer than the cheap plastic ones available out there. They also work well at killing the flies of which we have plenty! SO don't hesitate in buying some for fly season."
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- 8/14/2012
said: Chuck
"Great fly swatter, just make sure you choke up a bit on the handle. If you hold it at the very end where the loop is it will bend, but if you hold it at the bottom of the twisted section it will not bend."
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