Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 123
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Mags Nope
I work at a school and as students are not in the building over the summer, the mice like to come out and explore the building. Unfortunately, they have chosen my office (and, in particular, my desk) as their gateway. I have sticky traps in here, there is no food whatsoever, I even tried some of the "home remedies" as repellents (dryer sheets, I have yet to try peppermint oil, but that's coming soon). I figured I'd drive to Home Depot after I saw a mouse darting behind my clean and empty trash can. Enough was enough. I bought the 2000 Rodent Repeller and was hoping to see it working with lack of mouse feces all over my desk. A week later, I walk in and there is feces--and now urine--on my desk than ever before. There is even a nice little nugget on top of the outlet that houses the 2000 Rodent Repeller. Clearly, the mouse is taunting my efforts and it is making it quite clear what it thinks of the 2000 Rodent Repeller--I have to say, I agree with it, it is utter dookie.
July 13, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MouseFree All I can say is that it worked for me!
The web site says it's only available online, but they carried it in my local Home Depot store, so that's where I got it (I was there to pick up more traps and saw this and thought I'd give it a try). I was catching around a mouse per week in traps before I started using this product, and I've had it installed for over 6 weeks now and haven't caught a single mouse in my traps since (and have had no droppings in the house either). It's even been really cold (some nights below zero), and still no mice coming in! I've seen some of the negative reviews, so all I can say is that it definitely worked for me. I recommend it to friends and family all the time who have mouse problems.
January 21, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by EdSnowden Doesn't work
It just doesn't. Don't waste your money. I'm writing this review at 2am as the mice dance above my head in the ceiling. They don't care at all, it has been weeks since installation.
November 3, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by chepnut I had my doubts but I am not a believer!
somehow we got a rat in the wall of our bedroom and we could hear it at night going back and forth, I went up into the attic to see if by chance it was going up there so I could put some traps up there (nope). I was able to find where it was getting in, but without getting it out first I was not going to close up the hole and then have to deal with a stinky rat in the wall. Not really having a lot of options, I decided to take a gamble on this, I have always thought these devices were just a gimmick and a scam, but we didn't really have many options besides opening up part of the wall and putting a trap in. The first night we plugged it in, there was all kinds of commotion going on in there, it almost sounded like a bird was trapped in there. after about a hour the noises stopped and we haven't heard any more since then. I am COMPLETELY blown away that this even remotely worked let alone worked as well as it did. I still cant believe that it worked.
April 16, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Teacher Works
I have been trapping mice in my attic for several winters now, but recently I haven't had any luck. The mice have found a place in the corner of my attic that I can't get too and don't seem to want to leave. I've added extra baited traps, but nothing seems to work. So, I decided to try this rodent repeller. Within a couple of days of using the repeller I trapped two mice and haven't heard another in weeks. The literature with the repeller states that you must use multiple systems to get rid of mice. I used traps and the repller. My theory is that the signal from the repeller drove the mice out of the corner and into the traps.
One thing nice about the repeller is that it constantly changes the frequency of the signal so that the mice don't get used to it. I have read where mice can get accustomed to a constant signal.
February 3, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by irene So far no mice
I chose the Plus 2000 electronic rodent repeller because it took only 1 to cover my entire house. I plugged it in, then left on vacation for 1 1/2 weeks. When I came home there were mouse droppings in my pantry and a few things had holes eaten in them. I cleaned all of that up and so far no signs of mice. I've been home for over a week now, check the pantry & cabinets daily, no more droppings. We've even had some cold nights, but no unwelcome visitors. This was far less expensive than an exterminator, no traps to deal with and no chemicals to worry about with my kids & critters.
October 2, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Brut It actually works
I was skepitical and read all the reviews both negative and positve. I had mice in my wall behind my HDTV which is mounted the wall. I guess they found a nice warm nesting spot. I generally put DCON out in the shed and garage during the year but especially towards Fall and definately the winter. Last year, I must have killed one with the DCON. The problem was the smell !! It had died in the wall and the smell was pretty bad.
This year even with the poison out it seemed not to stop the mice. I plugged the 2000 unit into the wall where I heard the mouse and the scratching stopped. Its' been quite 4 days since and only heard the mice last nite briefly then it stopped within 10 sec .. not another sound all nite. I think they tried to come back in and the 2000 repelled them. I am still looking for a hole or entrance spot to plug up. Until I do, i'm very happy to have the 2000 plugged in.
I live in a two story colonial so I just went out today and bought another 2000 for down stairs to further protect my home. I have not heard any mice but for $25 and piece of mind ... why the heck not lol Heck, mice poision is expensive too.
As far as the negative comments, maybe your house is older and does not have as much wiring or outlets as say a newer home ? The 2000 works by sending a signal on ground wires within you house walls which the mice can't stand
The signal does not interfere with HDTV or any wireless in the house just in case you were thinking that, and makes no audibal sound.
November 7, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by GeorgeP Friendly advice
OK. I read all of the reviews and they seemed divided as to ether it worked or it didn't. So off to Home Depot and I bought two to cover the house and garage. I had mouse activity in the ceiling of my family room which is adjacent to the garage. I could hear them again this year. Which is why I looked to this type of solution. I wanted them out but not necessarily dead.
So I put the first unit in the family room and waited a few days. The activity stopped. I assume that the unit is working and doing what I wanted. The cat and dog were not affected by this in any way.
When I read the reviews I have to believe that the dissatisfied users just got a bad unit. They should just return it for replacement.
November 6, 2015