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Kness 101-0-002 Ketch-All Mousetrap

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  • The Kness Ketch-All mousetrap captures mice around-the-clock
  • Uses no bait or harmful chemicals, making it safe to use around children and pets
  • Can catch multiple mice in one setting
  • Kness Ketch-All mousetrap is easy to use
  • Made of durable galvanized steel
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Kness 101-0-002 Ketch-All Mousetrap + Ketch-All Drowning Attachment + Kness Pro-Ketch 104-0-002 Multiple Catch Mouse Trap
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The KETCH-ALL has been winning the war against rodents since 1924. It works 24 hours a day, every day of the year. By following simple operating procedures, your KETCH-ALL will provide years of proven, practical performance. The KETCH-ALL operates without the use of harmful chemicals, making it safe to use around children and pets. It is efficient, often capturing several mice in one setting.

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  • Product Dimensions: 9.8 x 5.1 x 7.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00004RA4D
  • Item model number: 101-0-002
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (197 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,402 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
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72 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Carroll Rudy on January 28, 2007
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We have a farm shed that was overun with Deer Mice.

They continually build nests inside cars and trucks and have cost us hundreds of dollars in damages, thus they had to be eliminated.

Poison is not an option because of all the wildlife in the area.

I wanted a mousetrap that would allow me to release other innocent small rodents uninjured so the Ketchall sounded ideal as it would catch several in a single night.

Every night I set the trap, and every morning it was empty. The reason?

We had so many mice that after six mice are trapped, the spring unwinds and the door stays open so that all the mice get out. I finally had to use snap traps to thin them out. It will catch from 1 to 4 mice and keep them in, but if you have a real mouse plague, this trap is not the answer. The product could be improved with some sort of catch that would prevent the door from opening once the spring has run down.
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103 of 112 people found the following review helpful By SomeBloke on October 31, 2006
My apartment building has a terrible mouse problem. I thought I'd dent the population in a perhaps futile attempt at trapping the ones I could and releasing them outside. The trap worked the first time. I caught a little bugger, and successfully let it go. All was well with that. The second time, the mouse was seemingly paraplegic with a broken tail, presumably from the violent action of the trap as it whisked the rodent into its bowels. The third time, the mouse was caught half in half out in the gears and workings of the device. It was also fatally injured by blunt trauma to the back. Its hips and legs were snagged by the trap as it squealed and attempted to escape. The trap succeeds at trapping, but I am not certain that it has much of a heart. Thanks!
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44 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Midori on April 30, 2007
After finding 3 mice broken but still alive in this trap I tossed it in the trash. I works fine sometimes but having to euthanize a half-crushed mouse was too grueling for me. The extrication was pretty darn unpleasant as well.
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36 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Joel Malcolm Bryant on August 4, 2008
The way it's supposed to work: mouse steps on pressure plate, which causes the tunnel walls to flip in such a way that the mouse winds up in a holding chamber. In actuality, it can decapitate, kill by smashing or pressing, or maim by dismemberment.

The problem: the wall-flipping process is violent and can be inaccurate, every bit as lethal, as a conventional mousetrap -- but with death resulting not from a quick break of the back/neck, but instead with a less forceful (hence slow death) smashing of it lengthwise or sideways, or stretching the poor critter out to the brink of (or beyond) decapitation).

When I used one of these, it did catch a few, but it was only about three mice in that I found one dead, caught in this deadly device, sort of mashed up with its neck stretched out, its head just barely attached to its body.

If you don't want to kill the mouse, and don't want to cause suffering, get a mousetrap that doesn't rely on pressure plates and parts that snap with force. There are plenty out there.
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70 of 84 people found the following review helpful By Meredith Seawell on September 30, 2006
This trap is hardly humane. The first mouse was killed in the mechanism. The second mouse was trapped in the air hole-his mouth was completely stuck-I had to pry the poor guy out. The third mouse was again caught by its leg in the revolving catcher. I've had much better luck with the Victor Tin Cat. The mice live to release them.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 15, 2007
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Bought both this one and the Pro Ketch trap with clear lid. This one caught all of the mice (3 of them, not all at the same time), the Pro Ketch has yet to catch one. I like having them both, though as I said, this Ketchall Mousetrap has done all of the work.

Put some peanut butter in it, the next day we had a mouse. Took it outside some distance from the house, and released it. My daughter thought it was a cute little guy, but not my wife. This scenario was repeated. It does work.
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Jason Costa on October 5, 2005
Thought I had a mouse in the house. Set this trap, and have caught five so far in a week! Perfect for people who don't want mice in the house but can't stand to kill them using conventional traps.

Very humane, very effective.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Joseph on October 14, 2006
We saw a mouse in our storage room and put this trap out without any bait. We caught him the first night. But surprise - when we released him there were 3 mice in the trap! We haven't seen any sign of mice since. Great trap!
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