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d-CON No View No Touch Mouse Trap (8-Pack)
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No View No Touch Mouse Trap (8-Pack)

$35.78 /case

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Safer than other traditional traps. Our trap kills a mouse instantly. Never see a mouse again or will you ever have to touch a trapped mouse again.

  • Easy baiting, setting, disposal
  • Helps to prevent future problems
  • No view, no touch
  • Contains two traps
  • 8 packs or 2 traps

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How would you know if the mouse has been caught?

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June 3, 2016
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The setting indicates if the trap was "sprung". I also turn it back so I can see in and with a flashlight can usually see a foot or tail of the mouse. Or, just shake it a little and you can hear it hitting around inside, dead of course. Then toss the container with the mouse into the trash.
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just pick it up and feel the weight.
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No View No Touch Mouse Trap (8-Pack) is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 87.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It's kinda funny reading all the different experiences people have had with different traps. I st... It's kinda funny reading all the different experiences people have had with different traps. I started out using the wooden ones and the mice were able to eat the peanut butter without setting off the trap. I then went to the plastic ones, after setting four and 3 days later I caught one mouse. Then I decided to set four of these d-con no view no touch traps. I caught two the first night. So, yea, they worked well for me.
Date published: 2016-11-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Keep your money!! The only got thing about these traps are the fact they are easy to set. Have had no luck catching mice with these, they sat so long the bait feed up. Removed the Decon trap and baited a standard wooden trap, put ou in the same spot and caught a mouse within a couple of hours.
Date published: 2016-10-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Does Not Work Don't waste your time on these. I discovered a mouse in our house and set up three of these and still nothing. However, I also read glowing reviews of the D'Con Ultra Set Covered Trap (I call it the Mouse Motel - they check in but don't check out!) and bought two and within 3 hours caught two mice!!!! Get this one instead! It works, you don't have to see the mouse and it's reusable!!! Make sure to use peanut butter - mice love it and I love these traps!
Date published: 2010-10-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Heater has caught more mice than these. My husband bought these and thought they would work great, well he was wrong. We have had these in our house along the edges of the wall in the high traffic areas and haven't gotten a single bite. Today I heard an odd sound and I thought maybe we finally got one to work. When I went to investigate I had discovered that a mouse had somehow gotten into our wall heater (we have really old ones that have the heat coils and are in the wall). I have no idea how that guy was capable of squeezing into such a small crack and then getting himself wedged face down in there. Luckily the heater wasn't on otherwise we would have had a very stinky cooked mouse. Not buying these again.
Date published: 2013-12-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Wasted our money Bought two 2 packs of these and only one worked right and did actually catch a mouse. The other 3 kept tripping too easy (accidental trips or tripped before the mouse made it in) and would never reset right after that. One looked to have tripped before the mouse could get in and then the mouse chewed at the opening and clawed up the label trying to get at the bait. They appear to want to go in but the traps trip way to easy and are not able to reset properly after they trip once.
Date published: 2013-10-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Horrible waste of money! I bought 5 of these traps thinking they would work great especially since I have kids. I have not caught a single mouse. I put other sticky traps and snap traps (which I hate to use) out and catch them. I actually saw a mouse run around this big black contraption. Didn't run thru it. Complete waste of money. Very disappointed.
Date published: 2013-05-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from interesting concept I have a mouse (mice?) in my camper. Six snap-traps later and no caught mouse (the cheese I used for bait was gone, though), I purchased four d-Con mouse traps. After reading the previous reviews, I baited one with peanut butter, one with Baby-Bel cheese, one with dog food, and the last with stale pork rinds (my invention)! I'll let you know when, or if, I catch the evil little critter! I have a question, however. This web site states that the trap kills the mouse instantly. Other sources say the mouse dies from starvation. If the mice dies instantly, how does that work? Is there a miniature guillotine inside the trap?
Date published: 2013-07-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Dog Food + d-Con +12 hours = Dead Mouse I noticed a small tear in the bottom of my puppy food bag a few days ago and wondered did I leave the bag unattended near the dog? After relocating the bag, I noticed more tearing the next day and realized, I must have mice. I didn't want my puppy to get hurt by a traditional trap so I bought this one. Because the mouse had a taste for the dog food, that is what I used for bait. I looked after about 4 hours and saw the trap still "set." This morning, when I went to check the "d-Con Hotel," it appeared to be "fully occupied." I am very pleased with the design, safety, and effectiveness of this product.
Date published: 2013-05-26
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