Has anybody had experience with this product for keeping raccoons, squirrels, etc. away from the ripe tomatoes?
Helps to provide a link to what you are talking about so we don't have to dig it up. :)
Expensive IMO. Standard fencing and picking tomatoes at color break (often discussed here) rather than leaving them on the vine solves the problem. Color-break picking offers no loss and lots of gain.
Here is a link that might be useful: McGreggor's Electric Fence