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Electronic Mouse Trap

  • Delivers a high-voltage shock to mice
  • Green LED light blinks to indicate a kill
  • Removable chamber makes disposal and baiting easy
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$1997

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Product Overview

We Know Rodents, providing simple and effective rodent control since 1898

We Know Rodents

Since 1898 we have studied and learned how best to control mice as they are a growing problem all over the world.

The Electronic Mouse Trap

The Electronic Mouse Trap

This traps ensures a fast and humane kill with a high-voltage shock.

Non-Toxic and Poison Free Trap

Non-Toxic

With pets and children in mind, we wanted to ensure we have products that are poison-free and non-toxic.

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Identify Your Problem

Identify Your Problem

Learn more about the rodents that may be infesting your home

Mouse Infestations

Mouse Infestations

They pose a serious threat to humans and pets.

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Find Reliable Solutions

Trusted solutions for all your trapping needs.

Beveled Columns

Beveled Columns

Design leads rodents towards the electrified plate.

Built-In Bait Cup

Built-In Bait Cup

Allows the trap to be properly baited to ensure higher kill rates.

Indicator Light

Indicator Light

Trap alerts you with an easy-to-see light so you know when you've made a catch.

Easy Cleaning

Easy Cleaning

Kill chamber detaches easily for simple disposal

No Touch No See

No Touch No See

For your convenience, you never have to see or touch the dead rodent during disposal.

Battery Life

Battery Life

Red light conveniently alerts you when the battery is running low so you never have a gap in your defenses

The Victor Electronic Mouse Trap uses innovative technology to deliver a high-voltage shock, eliminating mice in seconds. This powerful device is capable of killing up to 100 mice per set of batteries (4 AA), making it a great value. It's also easy to use. To use, simply place a high protein bait in the provided bait cup, place in a location with high rodent activity and power on. Advanced smart circuit technology senses when a mouse enters the tunnel, triggering the system to deliver a humane, high-voltage shock. After making a catch, a green LED light blinks to indicate a kill. The kill chamber is conveniently removable so you can easily dispose of the dead rodent without having to see or touch it. This removable chamber also makes baiting easy. The new and improved design of the electronic trap provides better plate access so you can easily clean it in between uses. Plus, the tunnel design and built-in safety switch, which deactivates the trap when opened, helps to protect children and pets. The unique tunnel design and beveled columns serve an added purpose of holding mice in place over the electrified plates to prevent escapes. These traps require no poison or chemicals and can be used anywhere inside your home or business to ensure years of effective mouse control.
  • California residents
  • 100% kill rate
  • Kills up to 100 mice per set of fully charged batteries
  • Beveled columns hold mouse in place for no escapes
  • No touch, no see experience
  • Removable kill chamber for easy baiting and cleaning
  • This product is applicable for the following pest types: Mice
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
6.3
Product Height (in.)
1.8
Product Width (in.)
3.2

Details

Features
Electric
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
Location
Home,Perimeter
Pack Size
1
Pest Common Name
Mouse
Pest Control Type
Rodent Control
Product Type
Electronic
Returnable
180-Day
Safe for Pets
No
Trap Type
Kill

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Questions & Answers

22Questions40Answers

Does this kill instantly?Description states holds them in place so can't escape. If instant kill why would they escape?

Asked by BeeGee August 28, 2020
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Frequently, the rodent jumps back when they are hit with the initial electric shock, and they land on the first and second plate of the trap. As they are still touching two plates, the shock continues and they die.

do you use peanut butter for bait. or what bait do you reccomend

Asked by madsack August 20, 2020
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I recommend peanut butter and I've been dealing with rats and mice all my life.

will this work for chipmunks??? i have a bad problem with mice AND chipmunks

Asked by Lor July 7, 2020
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No they are two big for this trap. Get some plastic traps sold online for rats.

If a cat or fox eat the dead mouse, will they be harmed?

Asked by antirodent May 22, 2020
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This trap uses a shock rather than poisons to kill mice.

Can this be used outside?

Asked by antirodent May 22, 2020
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No...it is supposed to be electrical (if it works at all)

IS THIS A MULTIPLE CATCH OR ONE AT A TIME

Asked by NANA February 16, 2020
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This is a single-catch trap.

I am more interested in using this as a “maintenance item”. How long will the batteries last if t...

Asked by Widm118 October 17, 2019
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I've had the batteries last about 1 year since in that time it kills a number of mice, bringing down the life of the batteries. If you place it in an unheated shed or garage that goes below freezing in winter, use lithium batteries instead of alkaline. To reduce condensation(and improve battery life) on a cold garage floor, I place the trap on a thin layer of foam insulation about ¼ inch thick.

I just bought it and I thought I had old batteries or a defective trap. The "buzz" made when the ...

Asked by Red67 October 12, 2019
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When you turn it on you should hear a buzz & the green light will flash. Try changing the batteries. If that doesn’t work then exchange the unit.

My Victor model was purchased in 2017. What does the red blinking light mean? All of the posts ...

Asked by BK June 23, 2019
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If I recall red blinking light indicates batteries need changing

Is it one kill per cleaning or can it get multiple mice in one night?

Asked by Brad April 5, 2019
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You probably have to empty it each time since the space is small.

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Success almost immediately. Easy to set up easy to clean. Better results with the smaller unit th...
Success almost immediately. Easy to set up easy to clean. Better results with the smaller unit than I had with the larger. I use white vinegar to clean the unit, I let it completely dry and move it to a new location.
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Response from Woodstream TeamApril 21, 2020
Thank you for sharing!
Bought this about 24 hours ago and so far have caught 3 mice. I opted to buy the Tomcat Attractan...
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Bought this about 24 hours ago and so far have caught 3 mice. I opted to buy the Tomcat Attractant gel as well (because I ran out of peanut butter) and maybe that has added to it's effectiveness. Based on reviews of this trap using peanut butter, that gel was easy to apply once you shake the gel to the top and apply it with the trap angled. After the first kill I replaced the gel, but then when I got the 2nd I got lazy and just cleared the trap then turned it back on. No problem and I'm going to see if it can catch another. The no touch/no see thing isn't really true- I mean I didn't have to touch it but I did take the trap outside, used gloves, opened it to verify kill, and then just emptied it in the garbage. So far no false positives so that's been good. Haven't had to scrape the mouse off or anything. So far I'm loving this thing as it's so much better than having to kill one on a glue trap or something (which my parents used to use when I was young in the house I was growing up in) as you don't have to deliver the final blow or risk escape. This thing is great and at the same price that Amazon had it- really happy I was able to buy it in store to take care of things.
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Response from Woodstream TeamDecember 11, 2019
Thanks for sharing!
No assembly necessary, just install batteries. I put it under the kitchen sink and they walk i...
No assembly necessary, just install batteries. I put it under the kitchen sink and they walk in after crawling up the drain pipe. The green light blinks when there's a catch. That mouse is dead! Easy, clean, quick, and I like the Victor brand.
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I find this product easy to use and maintain. It's clean and quiet and very affective
I find this product easy to use and maintain. It's clean and quiet and very affective
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This is a nicely engineered product from a company with decades of experience killing mice. Setu...
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This is a nicely engineered product from a company with decades of experience killing mice. Setup was simple thanks to clear instructions. I installed 4 AA batteries and baited the trap with peanut butter and switched it on. Peanut butter has always worked well in my traps. Living in the country we are used to mice. In warm moonlit summer nights, it is easy to see mice running across the desert foraging for seeds. They winter in the crawl space under our house and come up at night to steal cat food and gnaw through food cartons. Conventional snap traps work well and our three cats also reduce the mouse population. This trap is safe to use without the risk of finger damage inflicted by snap traps. It opens easily to shake out the dead mouse. To test its effectiveness at luring mice to their doom I removed all but one of my snap traps for a month so that I could test the electronic trap's performance. I moved the two traps to different locations each night. The snap trap caught three mice and was sprung once without catching the mouse. The electronic trap caught nothing. This is not a long enough trial to accurately measure the effectiveness of the trap, so its failure could have been caused by bad luck. I will continue to use it for a year to get a true measure of its worth, but it does not seem to offer any advantage over much less expensive conventional traps.
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IMPRESSIVE - Have been using this device for about 3 days now and was very surprised and pleased that it actually worked. I have a continuing mouse problem in my covered outdoor patio. I have tried 2 different kinds of traditional mouse traps with poor success. This device caught one in 3 days. A big improvement. Easy to use and easy to bait. A light comes on when you caught one. You can even dispose of the dead mouse without touching it. I used peanut butter as bait. I just placed it along a wall where there was existing mouse droppings.
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Not sure this is for everyone. This trap seems great in idea. Put four AA batteries (not included...
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Not sure this is for everyone. This trap seems great in idea. Put four AA batteries (not included, which is ridiculous considering the price) into the battery chamber, attach it to the kill chamber, bait it, turn it on then set it along a wall or mouse run. Theoretically this is a good plan. In practice it hasn't worked for me. Baiting it is surprisingly difficult to do without getting peanut butter (recommended bait) all over it. The area to bait is so small that i couldn't bait it without getting some on the sensor plat (metal section in the photo). I don't know if that somehow impacted it's ability to sense a mouse, but I haven't had a kill yet after three weeks using it. Perhaps the mice in my city are just smarter than this trap, but I'm not having luck. I know a lot of people say this works, so take my review with some skepticism but results may vary. I'm still finding that, at least in the city, poison is the best way to rid mice and rats.
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Response from Victorpest SupportSeptember 11, 2017
We apologize for this experience. If there is bait or any other material on the metal plates, it will falsely trip the system. We recommend cleaning the trap. To do so, turn the unit off and remove the batteries. Wipe the metal plates with a damp cloth (water or unscented dish detergent only). After allowing the trap to air dry completely, the batteries can be replaced and the unit can be turned back on.

For further help, please feel free to contact our Consumer Relations Team at 1-855-5-VICTOR (1-855-584-2867).

Best Regards,

Jennifer
Consumer Relations Representative
Woodstream Corporation
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The Victor brand of mouse traps has been around a long time, so I decided to try their electric m...
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The Victor brand of mouse traps has been around a long time, so I decided to try their electric mouse trap. They claim it will catch 100 mice per set of 4 AA batteries, I haven't caught that many, but it does work! It's nice to be able to check at a glance if there is a mouse caught with the blinking green light. I use this for my motorhome, as mice have done hundreds of dollars of damage in the past eating wire etc.. My only issue is the instructions & lack of clear pictures & explanations. I will explain how to use the trap below & hopefully save other folks a lot of time & aggravation trying to get the trap open & to work! This will also help folks that have trouble reading the small print on the box! 1. Hold the unit with one hand holding each side, the switch should be at the upper left. 2. Pull & slide the left side toward you 3/8" keeping the 2 halves lined up, it will unlock, then the 2 halves can be separated. 3. The right side is the chamber for the mouse, the clasp for the door is on the middle of the top, get your thumbnail under the tab & lift up. 4. The left side is for the AA batteries. Turn the unit upside down & there is a ribbed tab at the bottom. Take your thumb and push the tab down while pulling toward you to release the door, this will open the end to install the AA's. 5. Put one AA with the negative toward you on the bottom left and a + towards you on the right. 6. Above the bottom row of batteries put a + towards you on the left and a negative towards you on the right. There actually are little stickers on the inside of the battery compartment on the sides. 7. To latch the door back on, hook the bottom of the door onto the case and pivot the door up to close, it should snap on. 8. On the already open mouse side (kill chamber) place a dab of peanut butter at the very top next to the round vent holes on the bottom floor of the trap (there is a little 3/8" oval the says BAIT) 9. Close the kill chamber, it will snap closed. 10. Line up the 2 sides, with the 2 tabs on the left side into the 2 holes on the right side and slide back together pushing the left side away from you. It will click together. 11. Place near a wall making sure the mouse opening is next to the wall. 12. Turn on the switch on the top, the green light will go on for about a second & the unit will buzz (very faintly) to let you know it's armed & ready to go. When a mouse is caught the green light will blink for up to a week. A red light means the batteries are low. To dispose of mouse, turn off the switch, I take the 2 halves apart (that way the top door opens all the way) and then dump the mouse out. Hope this helps!
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I had a smart mouse who managed to eat the bait off the spring trap several times without setting off the mechanism. Then a second mouse maimed itself on one, and I decided to look for alternatives. Someone recommended this product to me as an effective solution. I removed the spring traps and set up this one station in my kitchen. Twelve hours after setting it, it had dispatched what I hope was my clever mouse. The true test will be to set the spring trap back out and see if the bait disappears again, but for a few days, I will leave this out in case. I gave this four stars since I don't have a long term view of the product. It was easy to set up with clear instructions. It did seem to dispatch the mouse swiftly, and I hope, as humanely as possible. It was easy to dispose of the mouse and clean and reset the trap. I was also happy that Home Depot actually carried this in stock, and I did not have to order and wait for it.
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Simple and it worked!
I had not used an electronic trap before but the reviews were very good. Gave it a try, few days later we had the mouse.
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