Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 341
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Joy53 Snap trap failed twice- this device worked!
Surprise mouse in the kitchen @ breakfast. Went downstairs to get a snap trap (which always works for us) and set it up by the stove. A couple minutes later the mouse came out and proceeded to dine on the peanut butter. As the mouse was so tiny it didn't set the trap off. The mouse came out again and put her paws on the paddle and finished off the peanut butter. YIKES- I needed "Plan B". I left the kitchen lights on full power in hopes it would keep the mouse under the stove and went to HD to pick up 2 electronic traps (based on the positive reviews).
I set 2 electronic traps along the baseboard by the stove and in 10 minutes I had the tiny mouse. Lucky she was still hungry ;0). I'll now use the electronic traps in finished areas as its a much cleaner set up than the snap traps.
August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lucky718 Best Product hands down
Live in Up State NY, this year we are having problems with deer mice. Bought this unit at a local HD. Second day the light was blinking meaning Victor Trap had successfully done it's job, and boy what a joy. All you have to do put some good batteries, and peanut butter. Third day now and 3 are in mice heaven. Great Product.
July 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MiceKillah 5 in 24
So far, so good! Between 3 traps, I have killed 5 mice in 24 hours. I had no clue that I had that many around. They were after my dog's dry food, so that's what I have used as bait. There's a groove located inside the back wall of the trap where I'm able to set between 3-4 dry food kibbles back there and it holds perfectly. After researching the basics about how mice live, I have found that they typically do not venture further than 25ft of their nest. Also, one mouse can produce between 8-10 "pups". As stated, I'm at 5 dead mice already so I'm hoping to kill off the whole family soon so I can be worry free. Highly recommended trap. It works and you do not have to look at dead mouse. Just open the trap, turn your head, and dump. If you hear a thud, then you're good. "Reset the clock, restart the problem" (Navy term).
September 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by mouser Mouser
Poison, sticky traps and mechanical traps were not a consideration with pets in the area. This trap was found to be safe and effective. Bait was a small piece of Reese's peanut butter cup folded in a small piece of paper towel and taped with a piece of masking tape to the back wall of the trap as per directions. No mess in trap.
Placed baited trap as per directions resulting in first kill on the first night. Had to use a stick to remove the mouse from the trap as it was wedged in place in the traps maze design. Not really a problem. Reset the trap and back in place waiting for the relatives.
August 22, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Joe Waste of Money
I bought this because it had such good reviews and it's a no mess kind of situation. I feel as though I have wasted my money. I have had it for 3 days now and I continue to see the mouse running through my house. I put the trap against the wall by it's nesting location and in the kitchen. It doesn't go near it, it keeps going around it. I will be getting the good old snap traps tomorrow. Total waste of money in my opinion.
September 15, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by mouse122 amazing
I tried for days to get this to work, but the mice would just eat the peanut butter placed at the entrance, but not the peanut butter at its rear wall where the shock part is located, so it never caught a single mouse. I tried not putting peanut butter at the entrance, but they'd still not go in and eat the rear wall peanut butter. For some reason all the mice just won't travel inside it to get to its rear to trigger the trap.
September 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by karenfromusa I hate meeses to pieces!!!
I finally decided to try one of these electronic traps. In the past I used bait stations and snap traps. The bait stations did not seem all that effective, and I have learned that some mice are immune to the poison. The snap traps work pretty good, but I hate setting them. They make me nervous.
I had not tried an electronic trap before because they are a bit expensive. This time there were a couple of mice who kept taking the bait in the snap trap, snapping it, but not getting caught, so I finally decided to spring for an electronic trap. I set the trap up last night, and within a few hours I had caught a mouse. I am very pleased with it. I think I will buy one more for the bedroom and keep them on continuously, changing the batteries every so often. I also like that I think this is safer for my dogs.
For those that have been unsuccessful, use fresh batteries and make sure to put the bait all they way back on the back wall. The mouse has to touch both metal plates for the shock to activate, so they need to walk all the way inside. If there is food at the front, they will just eat it and leave.
And to the mice, go get into somebody else's bread!!!
September 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by EC Catches Mice
Almost a month later, four mice sent to mice heaven with peanut butter. No malfunctions - just gotta make sure batteries are charged.
September 6, 2016