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Victor

Model # 0631

Internet # 100336752

Out O'Sight Mole Trap

$9.97 /each
  • Durable, weather-resistant reusable mole trap - no bait needed
  • Malleable iron jaws for superior strength and durability
  • Come fully assembled for use in any soil type

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This Victor Out O'Sight Mole Trap can be used to protect your lawn, garden and shrubs from the damage moles can cause. It kills moles fast without the need for poisons or chemicals. The malleable iron jaws are strong and durable.

  • Fully-assembled, sure-firing trap kills moles fast to protect your lawn and garden
  • Mechanical trap kills moles without the need for poisons or chemicals
  • Good for use in all soil types, especially sandy and loose soil
  • Malleable iron jaws for strength and durability

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Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
4.9 in 
Product Height (in.) 
2 in 
Product Width (in.) 
4.8 in 

Details

Application Type 
Trap 
Indoor/Outdoor 
Indoor,Outdoor 
Pest Type 
Moles 
Returnable 
90-Day 

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Do these come with the 2 metal tongs to help separate the jaws?

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June 7, 2016
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I find it easiest to attach the handles then lay it on firm ground, and step or push down on the upper handle, this gives me enough extra leverage power that i can easilly control the opening and closing while setting the catches. The only real trick is making sure you have the right side up so you can have the catch wire and trigger parts in the correct position to set it.
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May 17, 2016
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Yes.
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May 10, 2016
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Yes
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May 3, 2016
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Yes they do. Don't try and do it by hand!!
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Clarksburg, WV
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March 23, 2016
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Yes. With a bit of practice you will be able to set the trap easily
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March 9, 2016
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yes but they were impossible for me to set, so I sent the trap back to HD>
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November 25, 2015
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Yes they come with it. You still need to have good hand strength to set them
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September 15, 2015
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yes
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September 5, 2015
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Yes. Some great You Tube videos are online, that are very useful as well.
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September 5, 2015
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Yes, this trap does include the setting levers.
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September 4, 2015
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Yes, this product includes two metal pieces to open the device.
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Are these traps safe to have set out with unattended children around?

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I am needing to purchase something to help me remove a mole problem in my backyard. However, I do not have my backyard closed off and sometimes young neighborhood children will go into my backyard. Is it safe to have these set out or could they pose a threat to an unattended child?
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Clarksburg, WV
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March 23, 2016
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Caution!! I set my trap with a small bucket set over it with a brick on top, but this will not stop a curious child.
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atlanta, ga
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March 9, 2016
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I don't think so, if they were to push their fingers under the trap could be bad news. But I don't think many people could even set these traps since they were impossible for me to set with their two little dinky wire handles.
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Belleville, MI 48111, USA
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January 12, 2016
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Yes most of the trap is buried under ground,as long as kids don't pull traps up out of ground.
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Long Island NY
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November 25, 2015
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I would not set one of these where a child (or a stupid adult) could mess with it. It is designed to instantly crush a mole. Enough said.
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September 15, 2015
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Even thou the jaws are below ground, they could pull it up and get caught by it.
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These would potentially cause an injury to a child, if they stepped on it. Your in a situation where its your yard and the kids shouldn't be in your yard, but kids are kids and I would hate to see something happen and I know you would feel very bad, but I kow your frustration with these moles. My suggestion would be to put a bucket over the top of the trap or traps. I read other reviews of people doing Read More
These would potentially cause an injury to a child, if they stepped on it. Your in a situation where its your yard and the kids shouldn't be in your yard, but kids are kids and I would hate to see something happen and I know you would feel very bad, but I kow your frustration with these moles. My suggestion would be to put a bucket over the top of the trap or traps. I read other reviews of people doing that to keep their dogs from stepping on it. Its nice to because if it is a small enough bucket and you see it knocked over..chances are you got the mole because once it hits the trigger it will knock that bucket over. I would go one step further if you use buckets to cover the traps..I would maybe tape or rope that area off. Think of it like putting down fresh grass seed, most people than tape or rope that area to keep people away. Read Less
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No! Make sure they are covered with planter boxes and rocks or something heavy on top. Even a pest control place, places only flags at the site. Not good in my opinion. I would let the parents and children know that you are planning on placing traps in your back yard to get rid of moles. Then get the parents to sign a note stating so, to protect you from any accidents happening, that they have been Read More
No! Make sure they are covered with planter boxes and rocks or something heavy on top. Even a pest control place, places only flags at the site. Not good in my opinion. I would let the parents and children know that you are planning on placing traps in your back yard to get rid of moles. Then get the parents to sign a note stating so, to protect you from any accidents happening, that they have been advised not to go into your back yard. But these traps will definitely get rid of your mole problem. Be very careful of setting these though, watch videos on YouTube first. Read Less
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Astoria, OR, USA
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July 21, 2015
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ONLY if they are able to understand "STAY AWAY". Otherwise, I'd be hesitant as these traps are professional, commercial quality and will take a finger in an instant. I hope this helps.
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I wouldnt reccommend it. BUT if you must, Set the trap and place an upside down bucket over it with a heavy brick on top. Although the scissor part is in the ground, when the trap goes off, the lever thats connected to the trap trip plate flings up and if kids are very close to the trap could be hit by it. This trap works really well and will get rid of the moles for you. I have gotten 4 already, in the Read More
I wouldnt reccommend it. BUT if you must, Set the trap and place an upside down bucket over it with a heavy brick on top. Although the scissor part is in the ground, when the trap goes off, the lever thats connected to the trap trip plate flings up and if kids are very close to the trap could be hit by it. This trap works really well and will get rid of the moles for you. I have gotten 4 already, in the last week. Maybe you could put up signs, or visit with your neighbors and ask them to contain their children because you are tapping moles in Your yard. Good luck, I know they are frustrating. Read Less
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We do not recommend using these in locations where children or pets may be able to access the trap.
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Will these also kill chipmonks?

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I have a horrible chipmonk problem. Will this also get rid of these?
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No traps are set and buried under ground,kills moles that make long trails under ground and use same trail.
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In general chipmonk tunnels are too deep for this to work. The tunnel would have to be along the surface similar to a mole tunnel for this to work. I have used squirrel sized have-a-heart traps on chipmonks successfully. I used peanut butter for bait.
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If they happen to burrow under it, it would get them..
They would have to use the moles hole.
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No, these traps go straight down into the ground to catch Moles and Voles. I would look into above ground trap cages. There are videos on youtube that can be of assistance as far as the proper way to use such cages and how to bait them into the cage.
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These traps are designed to be used for moles as they borrow through their tunnels. They have not been tested on chipmunks.
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Can this be used for moles digging tuñnels along cement walkway?

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Yes but you will need to set at tunnels a few inches away from sidewalk to allow for the jaws to be set.
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February 14, 2016
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Yes, this will trap moles.
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February 13, 2016
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Yes, this trap can be used for moles. It should be placed directly in the active tunnel.
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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 175 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Victor Out O'Sight Mole Trap The Victor Out O'Sight Mole Trap is old school, but some things you don't need to re-invent. This in-expensive heavy duty mole trap works GREAT! In the short time I had it, I got two very clever (now exterminated), moles. See attached photo. June 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very happy with the results! My mole problem is gone! This is the best choice if you have pets or kids (no poison). I had to watch a couple youtube videos on tips and tricks to setup the trap. The trap is very effective if you take the time to set it properly. I put a 5 gallon bucket, with a weight on top, over it to make sure it was left alone. Caught my mole within 3 days of setting my trap. I would recommend this product to anyone who has a mole problem. July 5, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Bad Trigger Trigger mechanism is way to stiff. I observed a mole digging directly under the trap without the trap going off even set with a hair trigger. Never caught one mole.......don't buy. July 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works great Have used it to catch multiple moles. If you get it in the right tunnel you will get a mole. July 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product, works great. Great product, easy to use, works great for catching moles. July 5, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by worse product for moles This trap only ran the moles to other area of yard. June 28, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Had to fix it to use it It was designed not to work out of the box. If you are a handyman you can buy it and fix whatever is wrong with it. So stay away if you can't fix it. June 15, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Problems with the moletrap Setting this trap was incredibly difficult; I had to use a vice. Once set, the device was far too large for a mole. My moles are about the size of a mouse. This trap was intended for a larger animal, like a chipmunk. I had better luck with a Victor mousetrap, catching 2 moles. May 31, 2016
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