Rats can be smart and hard to catch at times. If your glue stick or spring trap is not working, I recommend using a Victor Electronic Rat Trap.Rats look for warm places to nest, especially in the winter. They climb up walls and enter the home through open windows, doors and other exposed areas.
Rats like to live in kitchens and pantries, cupboards, attics and garden sheds. They eat away at vegetables and breed in bushes and shrubs.
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Rat Zapper Classic Trap
The Rat Zapper is a humane, no-poison, no-chemical system. It’s has a user-friendly free-standing, no contact design.The traps are maintenance free, and hygienic.
There’s no messy cleanup, or need to touch or view the rodent. The holding bay inside the trap hides the dead rodent from open view.An indicator light alerts you when a rodent is dead.
To clear the trap, tip it over your trash bin. Use in basements, attics, garages, sheds, and anywhere you notice rodent activity.
How the Trap Works
Uncover the slot, set the batteries in place and replace the cover. Place the bait on a cotton ball or Q-tip. Switch the unit on. A green flashing light gives you the go-ahead.
The design has trigger technology which detects rodent movement. The electric circuit releases almost three minutes of powerful electric volts to kill instantly. A red light flashes when the rodent is dead.
Rat Zapper Ultra Rodent Trap
The trap can work for household as well as commercial entities. It has a roomy chamber which provides extended waiting periods and more kills per trap.
It’s ideal for trapping larger rodents as well as mice. It’s easy to set up, clean and dispose of dead rodents, and they are reusable.
The units utilize no toxic substances. Use the traps wherever you spot mice and rodents. Set them in garages, garden or tool sheds, attics, basements and inside your house.
How the Traps Work
The technology uses high-voltage electricity which senses rate activity inside the unit.As the rat steps onto the metal plate, the circuit releases electric shocks for up to 2 minutes to kill rodents outright.
The trap uses 4 “D” batteries and kills one rat per setting, and up to 60 rodents per battery life. Indicator lights show when the unit is ready and when a rat is killed.To set up, place the batteries into the chamber.
Set the bait with appropriate food items. Turn the unit on and wait for the trap to trigger.
Victor Electronic Rat Trap
The patented technology provides a high success rate for long-term rodent control.It kills one rodent at a time, and up to 50 rats per set of batteries. You don’t have to see or handle the dead rodent.
How the Trap works
The trap is easy to set up and use. Place the trap on the longer side closest to the wall. Set the batteries into place.Place the bait close to the back of the trap to help entice the rat into the chamber. Switch the unit on. A green light will flash and then buzz to indicate the trap is ready to use.
The sensor technology will trigger when a mouse moves onto the metal it releases powerful, swift electric current to the body of the rodent.A red light flashes when the rat dies and also alerts you when batteries are low or expire.
To clear the trap, empty the mouse into the bin, clean and reset it.
Victor M2 Smart-Kill WI - Fi Electronic Rat Trap
The Victor M2 utilizes Wi-Fi capability and alerts you on your mobile device when there’s rodent activity inside the trap.You can set multiple traps and monitor them all at the same time.
It is a convenient, time-saving and fast way to monitor rodent activity from anywhere while using the mobile app.
The trap is ideal for indoor use, with high-voltage electric shocks for instant results. It can get rid of up to 50 rats per battery set.
How the Trap Works
The trap uses smart-sense technology which triggers the mechanism the moment a rat moves onto the electric plate.High voltage shocks can last for up to 2 minutes so rats don’t stand a chance to escape.When you utilize the Wi-Fi app, you receive instant alerts when the rat dies.
You can empty the trap into the bin, clean and re-set it for the next bait.The app also updates you on the number of rodents it kills and also monitors the battery life.To set the trap, first, download the app. Next, connect the unit to your Wi-Fi network.
You can then monitor the activity using your mobile device or smartphone.For multiple traps, you can program each unit with a different identification code for convenient tracking.
Rats can get trapped in small spaces and cracks in the walls and other areas. If they die, the scent can linger and become unpleasant.Rats leave saliva, urine, and droppings on every surface they touch.
Studies show they can transmit various diseases, illness, viruses, and bacteria. Some illnesses from rats can be fatal.
- Price competitive
- Easy to set-up, clean and dispose
- Easy and pleasant to handle: there’s no need to handle or see the dead rat
- Check to ensure the trap is in the “off” position.
- Insert the batteries. Place 4 “C” size batteries in the socket and set the cover back in position.
- Do not place the food particles directly into the trap. The rats may pick up your scent and bypass the trap. It’s best to use gloves when handling the bait.
Make sure the trap is switched off before placing your hands or bait inside.
- Put small pieces of bait on a toothpick or Q-tip to the opening of the trap.
- Let it sit close to the opening on the far side of the wall. Bait can include pieces of bread, dried fruit, nuts, or cheese.
To dispose of a dead rat, tip the trap over a trash bag or bin. Set the trap back in position and reset it.
- There’s a safety switch with a narrow strip that prevents pets or children from reaching inside the trap.
- There’s no need poison or chemicals with the trap.
- The electric shocks do not give off any harmful gases or toxins in the air.
- Safe to use indoors in areas like attics, garages, kitchens, basements and garden sheds.
Here’s a Guide:
- Make sure the trap closes firmly.
- Avoid pushing your hands inside the unit when it is on. Electric shocks may harm you. Ensure the trap is switched off.
- Always switch the power to the “off” setting before you lift the trap up.
- Electric shocks inside the trap may trigger sparks that can flare up and start a flame. Certain types of liquids, vapors or solid dry items can seep onto the metal plates and cause a flame.
- The trap is not safe around small or newborn pets that can crawl inside the unit.
Victor Electronic Rat Trap is among the most humane, safe alternatives to get rid of rats in the home.