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Ceracell Bee Escape

$29.95
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Description

This is hands down the best ceracell bee escape/clearer board on the planet! It offers top-notch pheromone transfer and cone escapes through a deep trough. There's ample space below for bees to make their getaway, making this the ultimate Great Escape. It works!


Made from food-grade polypropylene, this board is crafted from the most inert material known to humankind. As a result, it'll last for years and might even become a cherished family heirloom passed down to your grandkids.

Competitively priced to match or outdo any other old-school board with a similar number of escape routes, you won't find a better deal anywhere else.

FEATURES OF CERACELL BEE ESCAPE:

  • Escape Cones Included
  • Food Grade Polypropylene
  • Will Last For Decades
  • Ceracell Bee Escape

Weight:

10 Frame: 6 lbs
8 Frame: 5 lbs

Dimensions

10 Frame: 20 × 16 × 2 in
8 Frame: 20 x 14 x 2 in

Customer Reviews

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Gabriele Kallenborn

Best escape board on the market

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Shaine Gorham

I love them. Wish they came pre assembled. And the price point would come down 5-10dollars but they work. So I buy them. And the 2 gallon top feeder work perfect. Shipping is a little out of hand. But they always show up on time materials are solid. And I always seem to get extra cones.

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Joanne Vaughn
Ceracell escape

The escape left few bees in super without having to use fume board. Still experimenting with how long it needs to be left on.

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Dana R. McCaffrey
Best bee escape!

Put it on the hive and with it 2 days most of the bees he moved down. Used a fume board for the rest. Easy!!

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Russ Koopman
Bees are gone

This spring flow was good and I took several supers off using the Bee Escape. I put it on at noon one day and pull the super the next day 20-24 hrs. later. There is usually 1-10 bees left over. Very slick way of pulling supers. Our nights were cool in the low 60's so maybe they come down to warm up also since there aren't many bees in the super.