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Eaton Multiple Catch Mouse Trap, Plastic Inspection Window, 1-Pack

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  • Poisons, winding or setting is not required.
  • All galvanized steel construction with clear plastic inspection window
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Item Package Quantity: 1
  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 6 x 1.8 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000WZ4KO0
  • Item model number: 105096
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (365 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #803 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

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Eaton, J. T. 421CL Multiple Catch Mouse trap

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Customer Reviews

The Mouse Cubes caught 6 mice in 3 days.
Sue deVall
With this trap you have a choice - you can release the mice or poison them.
A. D. Spangler
This trap is sturdy and worked very well and very quickly.
NYShopaholic

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

72 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Rehana Bacchus on November 29, 2007
Item Package Quantity: 1
I also bought this trap based on the reviews of the Victor Tin Cat. It seems to be exact same product, just cheaper (I think you have to buy two traps when you purchase the Victor Tin Cat).

After setting the trap, we caught two baby mice within a few hours. I baited it with dog food, as I had seen a mouse run to my dog's food bowl. I put the dog food (hard) right by the vents on both sides and then in the middle of the two tunnels. Each mouse was caught separately, so we released on after the other. The mother is still at large.

The only down side is that unless you know where the mice are coming in from and can make provisions to block their entry, this trap is not a long-term solution. I live in an apartment building and I know that the mice are getting into my unit through the heating grates but I have no idea how they are getting into the building nor do I have the capability to stop them from entering the building. If you do not know where the mice are entering from, unfortunately, this trap will not get rid of the problem. Actually, I suppose no trap will work as a long term solution if you cannot find or cover up their entry point. All you can do is keep catching and releasing them and try to block any access to food in your home.

All in all, this trap is definitely humane and most certainly worth the money. I highly recommend it.
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57 of 58 people found the following review helpful By J. DERAMO on November 25, 2007
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I bought two of these traps based on the very positive reviews of the nearly identical Victor Tin Cat ($27 elsewhere on Amazon). I smeared some peanut butter inside the traps and placed one trap in an area of my basement workshop where I know there's been recent mouse activity, and placed the other trap in my attic, where I suspect mouse activity. I caught five mice overnight in the basement trap, and then moved the empty attic trap to the basement and caught another mouse during the day. Both traps are now baited and ready. Once I think I've caught all the basement mice, I'll seal up a known mouse entry point near the bulkhead entrance and see if the basement remains mouse free... The trap is ingenious and well made -- so much better than snap traps. Shipping cost from Ace Hardware for two traps was $7.35. So I got two of these traps for the price of one Victor Tin Cat.
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46 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Prop Flier on May 4, 2009
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Eaton J T #421CL Multip Catch Mouse Trap
I got it from acehardwareoutlet within a couple of days of sighting my first (and to date, only!)mouse.

The trap concept is simple: a metal box the size of the old-style video casette boxes; a small tunnel along one side with openings on either side at the short ends of the box that makes it look like a safe hidey hole for any mouse; two one-way flap doors in the tunnel so that the mouse can enter on either side but cannot leave, and a glass-topped holding / baiting area for the mouse. Nothing to fix, set or assemble. Just put it down and you're open for business!

In the holding area of the trap, I put in a graham cracker smothered with peanut butter and left it around where I had last seen my furry friend, went to the couch, sat down and started channel surfing on the TV. Less than five minutes later, I heard a clang as the one-way flap was activated. I couldn't believe it would work so fast, so I waited an extra few minutes and then curiosity got the better of me. Sure enough, there was the furry guy with a body just longer than my middle finger and a tail to match. He was calmly snacking.

I picked up the box and started to walk down the block to a vacant lot 100 yards away. My buddy was a bit upset at first and tried to hide, but in a few seconds he was back at the cracker, chowing down ... and he continued for the entire walk to his release point. In fact, he was so cool about it, that when I raised the glass top to let him go, he was still busy eating, and I had to tilt the box to give him the idea that freedom was at hand. Then an incredibly fast brown streak left the box, and he was gone.
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46 of 49 people found the following review helpful By I. Hass on April 24, 2008
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I've had the little green house and it works except mice eat the catch and then you toss it. I have the tiny little grey ones with flip top. They work fairly well but very noisy at night with mouse inside so you have to get up. This Eaton one is the best so far. But, go to Eaton and buy it there - less shipping. Amazon charges a fortune to ship. Mice go in, stay in and it's quiet until you are ready to release. This one is a keeper.
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35 of 37 people found the following review helpful By JLE on November 6, 2009
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We live in a wooded area and constantly fight a mouse battle in our house. We have used Tin Cat and have had great success with it. I can't count the number of mice we have caught with those. When I found the Eaton, it was a great improvement as it has the window-top and we no longer have to pick up the trap and peek through the holes to try to determine if we have mouse (or two or three) in the trap. I just now saw that Tin Cat is offering a window-top as well, but it is more expensive so this is a better value.

We completely believe in catch-and-release so this is a great trap to house up to multiple mice with relatively little stress for them compared to those that fit one mouse at a time (not to mention you can catch MULTIPLE MICE). In fact, it is easier to set it up so it can be attractive to mice. We put a bit of paper towel in the bottom, a small pile of bird food (seeds/nuts) on the paper towel, and a soda cap (or similar) of some water (they seem to be very attacted to water) and if we see the seeds disturbed when we look through the window, we know we have a mouse or more. What could be easier?

Very happy with this product. I just ordered more. The one negative is that I wish they would advocate humane practices (i.e. catch and release). They suggest less-than-humane ways of dealing with the trapped and I wish they would reconsider those suggestions.
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