Flyswatter usually consists of a small rectangular or round sheet (some 4 inches (10 cm) across) of lightweight, flexible, vented material (usually thin metallic, rubber, or plastic mesh), attached to a lightweight wire or plastic handle about 1 foot (0.30 m) to 2 feet (0.61 m) long. Fly gun a derivative of the flyswatter, uses a spring-loaded plastic projectile to mechanically “swat” flies. Fly bottle, Disposable fly traps,
The house fly has a grey thorax with 4 dark, longitudinal stripes. There are so many devices to kill the flies.
Flypaper (also known as flypaper, fly sticker, fly strip, fly ribbon, or fly tape) attracts flies to sticky adhesive so that they can be trapped. Electric flyswatter is hand-held devices that resemble badminton rackets or tennis rackets, which became popular worldwide in the late 1990s. US Patent 5,519,963 was awarded to Taiwanese inventor Tsao-i Shih in 1996 for such a device.