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D-Con 00027 Ultra Set Covered Snap Mouse Trap

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  • This covered snap trap is easy to set and dispose off
  • Safe to use, effectively catches mice, not your fingers
  • Its unique design means less chance of accidentally coming into contact with rodents
  • One way door won't allow mice to escape from the sides
  • Reusable, saving you money
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.2 x 6.1 x 5.8 inches ; 0.5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000P9URDQ
  • Item model number: 27
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (347 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,718 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

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The d-CON Ultra Set Covered Snap Trap is safe and easy to set and dispose of, and contains one trap per package. It is the best way to rest assured that rodents are killed inside the snap trap. Its unique design means less chance of accidentally coming into contact with rodents.

America's #1 Brand of Mouse Killer*
Solving rodent problems for over 50 years
callout top with logo
d-CON Ultra Set Covered Snap Trap
At a Glance:
  • Safe and easy to set in any room in your home
  • Kills house mice instantly
  • Reusable
d-CON Ultra Set Covered Snap Trap (1-Count) Product Shot
The d-Con Covered Snap Trap is reusable and simple to use. View larger.
Easy-to-Use, Reusable Trap Safely Catches Mice

The d-Con Snap Trap is safe to use -- effectively catching mice, not your fingers. Its one-way door won't allow mice to escape from the sides. Additionally, the trap is reusable, saving you money.

d-CON Traps Benefits

Sometimes you need to be sure mice are dead and gone for good. In high-traffic areas, like around your kitchen and living room, use d-CON concealed traps. They're highly effective, easy to set and dispose of, and they kill mice instantly. Even if you're not sure whether mice are still nearby, you can easily set multiple traps in problem areas to prevent future infestations.

What's in the Box

d-CON Ultra Set Covered Snap Trap (1-Count).

Signs of Rodents in Your House

Just because you haven't actually seen a mouse or rat doesn't mean your home is rodent-free. If you suspect you have unwanted intruders, see below for a guide to signs that may indicate rodent activity.

*Based on Nielsen unit share data.

Droppings
Droppings

Mouse droppings are usually about 1/8 of an inch long and black in color. Rats droppings can range from about 1/2 an inch long to 3/4 of an inch long.
Footprints
Footprints

Tracks can be spotted along areas where rodents travel. Dusting with flour or talc can help spot them. Use a strong flashlight at a low angle to check for tracks and tail drags.
Gnawing
Gnawing

Evidence of recent gnawing, especially on packaged goods, cardboard boxes, and areas around pipes, ducts, and vents.
Rub-Marks
Rub-Marks

Dark greasy marks formed by contact with the rat's body. Frequently found along areas where rodents travel.
Unusual Pet Activity
Unusual Pet Activity
Your dog or cat pawing excitedly at a kitchen cabinet, the base of your refrigerator, or a wall could be a sign of rodent activity.
Sounds
Sounds

Do you hear scampering noises in the walls at night? Chewing or gnawing sounds?
Burrows or Nests
Burrows or Nests
Look along the outside of buildings. Holes can often be found along baseboards and in corners where an existing small hole or crack could be enlarged.
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Ready Mixed Baitbits
(Four Trays)
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(16 Trays)
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(Six Place Packs)
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Mouse Prufe II
Multi-Pack Wedge
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Mouse Prufe II
(3 Ounce)
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(1.5 Ounce)
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Trademark Information:

d-CON®

Ultra Set®

Product Description

Ultra Set covered mouse trap is for those who like the effectiveness of a snap trap, but don't like setting the snap mechanism or seeing the mouse after it is caught. d-CON Ultra Set, covered snap trap, is safe and easy to bait, set, and empty; containing 1 trap per package. It is the best way to rest assured that rodents are killed inside the snap trap.

Important Information

Safety Warning
CAUTION: Do not place traps where children or pets will have access to the baited, spring loaded trap. The spring snapping on a finger can cause injury or a broken finger in a young child. Store in original container in secure area inaccessible to children and household pets. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN AND PETS.

Ingredients
Please visit our North American Product Information website to view a full ingredient list for this product.

Directions
Gently place set trap on hard surface near wall, or in areas where mice are active. For best results, place 2 traps 4-6 feet apart where you see or suspect mice.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Emptying the traps for re-use is very easy.
Clarice S.
This keeps any other mice from seeing a dead mouse in the trap.
The Reviewer
The mechanism that locks the set trap in place does not work.
Jason L. Branch

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

192 of 195 people found the following review helpful By H. Ng on November 21, 2008
These traps are the best. I got all different types of traps all over but this is the only one that catches the critters. After using them for years, I found tricks to increase the chance of a catch. First, use them back to back facing different direction against a wall. Mice are near sighted so they run along walls to know where they are going. Second, put the traps where you see droppings. Mice is a creature of habit. They will return to the same routes all the time especially when they know there's food and where there's food, you will see their droppings. Third, make a thin trail of peanut butter leading to the feeding cup from the opening and add a small blob at the opening. Like an appetizer. The mouse will get a taste of the goods and will not be afraid to go into the trap for the feast. I know it sounds crazy but the traps I've laid out with the appetizer always get the mouse even with other traps side by side to it. Good luck.
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65 of 69 people found the following review helpful By Francine Tepper on March 8, 2004
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I found these in a supermarket and have been using the four I bought 7 years ago, until they finally broke (hence my order here.) After a couple of nasty experiences with mice caught in glue traps (which are remarkably cruel!), I started looking for a better mousetrap and this is it. Once you set the latch, you know you've caught a mouse by the lever in the air and the tail trailing out the back of the trap. To get rid of the dead mouse, you pop the back, lift the lever up a little to release the snap and shake it out. You don't even have to look when you're doing this. Then you just have to reset them. We had a big problem a few years ago, and these traps were life (and sanity)-savers. We're down to the occasional rodent now (thank the heavens!), but I still couldn't live without these.
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50 of 53 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 28, 2004
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I tried so many brands and wasted so much money on the "live" traps to curb my little visitors but after awhile they just procreate too fast and when you live in a suburban area it's a struggle. My biggest issue was getting something that "shielded" me from the gory details (yes, I know there are many activists up in arms) and this is a small, very effective trap. My advice would be to make sure and put a "sticky" bait on (peanut butter) verus cheese because there is a small opening in the back (that is needed to set the spring) where they can actually pull the cheese off and not go in the front of the trap.
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By octoberfish on February 1, 2010
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After a close encounter with a mouse a week ago, I purchased this trap. Trap arrived. Tonight, at 7:30pm, came face to face with my enemy. Aha, so that's where u like to hide...my kitchen stove! Was messing around with a frying pan I had used for a cheese omelette (how cliche). 7:45pm, intelligently set out trap in suspected area of activity (aka "stove") with a piece of provolone cheese. And i kid u not...at 7:55pm....SNAP!!! After taking deep breaths to overcome the urge to hurl, I crept towards trap cautiously, and spied a gross tail coming out of the trap! YECCCCH!! but also YAAAAAAY! Mouse be gone. Now I have to figure out how to get the trap into the trash without puking. They say to use peanut butter, but I think a mouse is a mouse and a mouse still likes the cheese. Provolone in this case. This is an extremely lengthy review for a dumb ol' mouse trap, i know...but i am just so overjoyed!!!! 5 ginormous stars!
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By S. Kane on January 30, 2010
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I live up in the hills and mice are always an issue here. I have tried so many different products before I found this one. I have tried the regular traps, the mouse bait, the circle traps, the glue board snap traps. None of these worked. I thought I was going to have to either get an exterminator or try the dreaded glue traps. Exterminators can be pricey and as I was researching the glue traps I heard they can be pretty messy and you can actually hear the mouse dying(gross!). So I read the reviews on this product and decided to give it a try before I had to resort to those other measures.

Okay, so I get this trap and follow the advice of someone's review I read on here. I put peanut butter in the cup and just a small dab right at the opening (it's easier if you use a Q-tip to apply the peanut butter). Within an hour I caught my first mouse! Yeah, it was disgusting because the butt and tail were sticking out of the trap, but I got one! I decided to empty the trap and try again. One hour later, another one! You may think you only have 1 mouse in your house like I did, but OMG there is a whole army of them! I have had this product for a week and have caught 5 mice so far! E[...]

Just some advice: 1. Use peanut butter (it works!). 2. If you are going to reuse the trap, do not try to open the door as the instructions say- for one, your hands get too close to the dead mouse, and for two, it's really hard to open esp when u are totally grossed out like I was. Instead, pull back the lever like you are going to set the trap and give it a few shakes and the mouse falls out. 3. Move the trap around your house and set it against something (like a wall or couch). 4. I found out the mouse stays alive for like 10 seconds and u can hear it struggling to get free (ick!). So if that bothers you set the trap someplace that is still effective, but where u can't hear it!

I hope this helps and good luck!
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Bob Leavell on November 10, 2008
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I have two things to add that I didn't see in the other reviews.

1. This DID NOT work immediately. For some reason the mouse would just not even look at it. I eventually got it to work when I put some peanut butter on one of the wooden mouse traps. The mouse ate all of the bait on that trap without setting it off, and then he must've been hungry for more. He FINALLY went to get some peanut butter bait from the d-con, and WHAM, dead on site.

2. If the mouse trap snaps, in order to reset it, you must push the pin back in. in the back of the trap where there is a slot, if you look at the very bottom, you will see a metal pin. This pin must be all the way in in order for you to be able to reset the trap. The best way to do it, is to turn the trap over on its side. Or, get some tool to hold it in place.

I'll even add a third thing. DON'T ASSUME THAT YOU ONLY HAVE ONE MOUSE!!! I did, and after catching my "one and only mouse" I was awaken during the middle of the night, and now need to purchase a couple more of these things.
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