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Pest-A-Cator Plus 2000 Electronic Rodent Repeller
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Pest-A-Cator

Plus 2000 Electronic Rodent Repeller

  • Environmentally friendly
  • 60 Day money back guarantee
  • Effective on mice and rats
$29.00 /each

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Just plug it in. Pest A Cator's patented pulse technology was designed to connect through the neutral wire of a standard 110-Volt electrical outlet, and to send a pulsing signal throughout the wiring of your home or other structure. This silent pulse is intended to annoy rodents and may help with problems behind walls, floors, and ceilings where rodents typically nest. Plus ultrasonic technology to deliver sound waves that may help with problems in targeted areas.

  • Assembled dimension: 2.5 in. W x 1.25 in. D x 4.5 in. H
  • Ultrasonic technology delivers sound waves that may help with rodent problems in a targeted area
  • Safe for computers, electronics, and pets, except rodent like pets
  • Environmentally friendly alternative to harmful and dangerous chemicals, poisons and traps
  • 60 Day money back guarantee
  • Operates continuously
  • Complies with applicable FCC rules
  • Tested to be effective on mice and rats
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Can anyone can tell me if this really works .just moved In to a new place caught 3 mice already am I wasting my time

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November 10, 2015
Please let me know should I take them back
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July 15, 2016
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Does not work. I put one in 2 month ago. The mice that live 5 feet away from the device are still happily living in the same location without even the slightest apparent irritation.
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December 30, 2015
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There are very mixed reviews on this device. I bought two of them and plugged them in the way it is suggested by a manufacturer: one on the lower level on the south end, and one on the upper level on the north end. They worked like a miracle in our house! I have not seen any mice activity in the house for 2 to 3 months. I still have them plugged in. it is cold, rainy and nasty outside, and still there Read More
There are very mixed reviews on this device. I bought two of them and plugged them in the way it is suggested by a manufacturer: one on the lower level on the south end, and one on the upper level on the north end. They worked like a miracle in our house! I have not seen any mice activity in the house for 2 to 3 months. I still have them plugged in. it is cold, rainy and nasty outside, and still there are no mice in the house! Read Less
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December 19, 2015
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I bought this item and for a few weeks I didn't see them and then the temperature went down and they're back!!!! Ugh so frustrating
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Will it harm/bother my cat?

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July 15, 2016
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Probably not. It doesn't do anything to rodents.
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December 30, 2015
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I have two of them in the house and they do not bother neither my dog, nor my cat!
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November 28, 2015
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No, I have had a Pestscator plugged in the wall of my kitchen for a year. My 11 year old cat is fine with it. MB
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Plug in Plus 2000 Electronis Rodent Repellers

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August 13, 2015
I have recently purchased, ten, Plus 2000 Electronic Rodent Repellers from Home Depot. My question is may plug in one of these repellers in each room in my home? Thank you
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July 21, 2016
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That seems pointless to me. I have one plugged in right next to where the mice live and it hasn't had any effect after 2 months.
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October 13, 2015
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Yes, I purchased 3 of these because mice were coming in my bedroom and the guest bedroom. I have the plus 2000 in the master and the plus 1000 in the guest room. I feel better knowing that these germ carrying mice are not running around in the bedrooms. The other one (plus 2000) in the dinning room/kitchen.
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from their website http://www.global-instruments.com/questions.htm
Q. How many are needed?
A. One unit may cover an average home. If the home has multiple levels, we recommend one per level and that you plug them in at opposite ends of the home in a staggered effect (i.e.: two levels - one plugged in on the first floor at the north end, second unit plugged in on the second floor at the south end. Or, Read More
from their website http://www.global-instruments.com/questions.htm
Q. How many are needed?
A. One unit may cover an average home. If the home has multiple levels, we recommend one per level and that you plug them in at opposite ends of the home in a staggered effect (i.e.: two levels - one plugged in on the first floor at the north end, second unit plugged in on the second floor at the south end. Or, if three levels - first on first floor north end, second on second floor at south end, third unit on third floor at north end). If too many units are plugged into a small area, they can interfere with each other and be less effective. Read Less
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What can I use outdoors to repel squirrels from climbing on my house

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July 31, 2015
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the only thing you can use outside is a fake/plastic Owl or Hawk, usually found in the garden section. you have to find a way to attach to roof so it overlooks where they climb up.
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No. The unit is not recommended for use outside such as on patios, courtyards, etc. Also, it wouldn't work in such an area because electrical wiring does not surround it and the unit was not designed for outdoor use.
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August 5, 2015
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Maybe if you put it in the attic
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Plus 2000 Electronic Rodent Repeller is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 173.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Between mice and men I plugged this Rodent Repeller into the receptacle nearest to my air conditioner because I was having trouble with the little critters getting into the house via the expansion sides on either side of the air conditioner. I haven't heard them since and no attempts made again to chew on the accordion sides of the air conditioner. Too bad they don't have one for outside. I do not like traps because of other wildlife in my yard who I do not want to kill. A picture of the rodent repeller in my receptacle isn't any better than the one you showed on this review page, except for the flashing red light. My cell phone is not capable of sending pictures and I do not have an electronic camera. Sorry!
Date published: 2016-10-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works will This unit was recommended by the Home Depot salesperson because we live in a multi-unit condo. We were originally looking for a trap but he explained to us that they would just keep coming in from other units. It took about a week, but eventually we noticed no further evidence of nightly visits. The previous trap we were using caught one mouse almost immediately, however this one was particularly clever and avoided all (and we tried many) different types of baits. This is not the cheapest unit, but it's definitely effective.
Date published: 2016-10-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Biggest disappointment ever! My home is a little ove 1400 sq feet and this product is supposed to cover 2000 sq feet. The 1st 5 days I saw or heard nothing & I was thrilled that I got rid of them. Unless the product is defective I am terribly confused. It is either these rodents are deaf or they are immune. The squirrels continue to flitter across the roof and the rats act like they own the attic. I will look at other electronic products. This one failed miserably.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from waste of 30 bucks Yeah it lights up ooooooh. I have a 3br mobile home. Most evidence of mice in kitchen so I bought this cause it's suppose to work 2200square feet and through walls. Had it for 3 weeks now and these mice are deaf or this is just a 30.00 led and nothing else. Put a trap inches away from it and yeah trap had a mouse in it. At a buck a piece I could have bought more traps.
Date published: 2016-12-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from No Rats Allowed! I keep a good supply of dry, canned, and boxed goods in a pantry area in my garage...potatoes and onions too. We get a lot of mice, rabbits, and squirrels on our property so I put a Pest-A-Cator behind that garage pantry years ago. It worked 100%! I've never seen so much as a nibble on anything or a mouse dropping in my garage...and it didn't bother my dogs one bit. We recently got backyard chickens...which in turn attracted huge rats! So, just to be double safe, we put a second unit (opposite side of 3 car garage) where we keep the chicken feed. I only wish I could put another half dozen on the OUTSIDE of our house like a forcefield! But they are indoor use only...rats!
Date published: 2016-07-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Outstanding product Im not the one to embellish the truth on a product thats meant to reach out many requirements but I've noticed in the 24hrs of plugging it on that the little rodents were not hanging out, I also bought sticky pads to help with the ones hitting behind tight spots. Set up two electric traps one in the garage and the other in living room.. Havent had any issues after they came on. I was recommended this product and I highly recommend it too.
Date published: 2016-10-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic Product I was nervous because there is a small dog in the house (I'm sure some of you would describe it as a rodent as well) and I didn't want the ultrasonic noise to cause barking. Not only was there no barking, but the product worked great. There would be evidence of mice almost nightly, but there have been none since I purchased this item. Plug in the device and you're all set. I live in a three bedroom, one floor apartment and plugged it into a central location and it seems to have worked throughout. I have read reviews that it will cover multiple floors and, while I haven't tested this, have no problem believing it based on my experience. I would absolutely recommend this to anyone.
Date published: 2013-04-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from We were catching 1- 2 mice a day for about a month. Purchased 2 large ones and 4 small ones. It h... We were catching 1- 2 mice a day for about a month. Purchased 2 large ones and 4 small ones. It has been 2 months and we have caught one. So far they have been the best thing we could of bought. We put a large and 2 small ones downstairs and the same upstairs. So much cheaper than constantly buying traps. Will be getting for the garage too.
Date published: 2016-11-03
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