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P3 International P7901 Mole Chaser

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  • P3 International Molechaser for your yard or garden
  • Chases away rodents unharmed by emitting a penetrating sound; doesn't affect pets
  • Easy to bury flush with the ground for easy mowing; covers up to 9,000-square-feet
  • Includes convenient battery change cylinder
  • 1-3/4-inches in diameter and 15-inches long at 6.6-ounces; backed by lifetime limited warranty
  • This product is a sonic product, the sound will not be heard by humans.
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  • Product Dimensions: 15.5 x 2 x 2 inches ; 6.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Taiwan
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B00005AH84
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: P7901
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (194 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,021 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

Product Description

GETS RID OF MOLES VOLES GOPHERS SHREWS & OTHER BURROWING RODENTSMADE OF STURDY HIGH-IMPACT MATERIALSWEATHERPROOF & PROVEN EFFECTIVEPENETRATING SONIC PULSES OF 300 HZ AT 15-SEC INTERVALS IRRITATE BURROWING RODENTS & MOTIVATE THEM TO MOVE TO A MORE COMFORTABLE HOMEUNIT CAN BE BURIED FLUSH WITH LAWN ALLOWING EASY MOWING WITHOUT DETRACTING FROM THE LANDSCAPEPATENTED BATTERY CYLINDER ALLOWS USER TO CHANGE BATTERIES WHILE UNIT REMAINS IN GROUND4 6-MONTH BATTERY LIFELIFETIME WARRANTYUPC : 751549079018Shipping Dimensions : 16.50in X 2.25in X 2.25inEstimated Shipping Weight : 0.5813

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The P3 International P7901 Molechaser makes moles scram by emitting a penetrating sound that sets the rodents' sensitive hearing on edge. Operating in a circular pattern of 100 feet, the Molechaser also chases off ground squirrels, shrews, voles, pocket mice, and gophers. It won't harm the rodents or your earthworms or your pets; it won't even harm your lawnmower, because you can bury it flush with the ground. At 1-3/4 inches in diameter and 15 inches long, the high impact ABS plastic Molechaser doesn't require an excavation of your garden. Plus, you can replace the four D-cell batteries--approximately once every 4 to 6 months--without digging it up. The Molechaser gives off 300 Hz of sound at 15-second intervals and works best in unobstructed, moist clay soil. If soil is dry, sandy, or peat soil, you may need a couple of Molechasers to get rid of moles for good. --Emily Bedard

Customer Reviews

I installed my batteries and the fuse immediately blew.
John
I had them in the ground for over a month and the mole moved to with in about 2 feet of one of the units.
Amazon Customer
In Florida, the moles moved out of my yard, in Kentucky just about 20 feet away from the device.
Peter Trzop

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

73 of 74 people found the following review helpful By G. Petersen on January 10, 2011
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Often, when mechanical or electronic items such as this receive negative reviews, it's due to user error. I will tell you that after using this product for over 10 years that they work, and they work well. I've used them at three different homes in various settings. Yes, you must follow the instructions and keep them supplied with fresh batteries, but is that so difficult?

These work because Gophers, Moles and Voles perceive them as a persistent threat. They will in fact, burrow straight up to unit in order to investigate a possible intruder on their turf. This does not mean it's not working. When they find they cannot intimidate this inanimate object, they will then become frustrated and annoyed by the constant and unrelenting underground buzz and vacate the area for quieter surroundings. (Think living next door to a rock band.)

My only complaint with these is that they don't make them with a DC power connection. Although the elements may intrude with such a connection, it would save on batteries if they could figure out how to accomplish it.

One tip: When you load the batteries into the holder, don't drop the holder into the cylinder. It can break the electronics. Lower it gently and it will survive for many years. My advice: Buy the middle of the road model (with the silver aluminum shaft). The black plastic shaft on the base model could be damaged by impact (shovel) and high end model isn't worth the money for the small increase in power. These will effectively cover a 500 sq. ft. area.
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49 of 49 people found the following review helpful By A. Grant on June 27, 2007
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Been using these things for about ten years. Moved to a new house; left my old ones at the previous house and just installed these. They work as advertised. In the first couple of weeks the moles may burrow right up to them to find out what is making all of the racket. Once they figure out that the sound isn't going away, they go away. No kidding. BTW, you (or your pets) don't hear the racket.
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56 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Dallas Willett on August 23, 2001
after over a month of using the molechaser, I still have dirt piles popping up all over my yard. Some of these are only 6 feet away from where I placed the device.
I followed the instructions, shelled out money for 4 D-cell batteries, and still no luck. I think one of the neighborhood cats got to one of the moles -- my dog carried it to the back door like it was some sort of prize that she wanted to share with me. Alas, the dirt piles still dot the landscape of my mole infested lawn.
My advice would be to save your money and buy a couple gallons of milk instead -- to entice your neighborhood cats to patrol your lawn and garden.
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42 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Charles Alimonda on June 24, 2001
The product documentation claims it takes several days for the sound emitted from the Mole Chaser to chase the buggers away....well 21 days and counting and Mr. Mole is still dinimg on my garden. Take my advise, buy the poison and save yourself from wasting money on the Molechaser!
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Y. Johnson on July 2, 2009
I bought this Molechaser(P7901)15 months ago, originally to protect my flower beds, where moles were bodily heaving the plants right out of the soil. Over the next 4-6 weeks, I found no improvement at all, and new mounds within inches of the device.
For years, moles had also been tearing up the lawn, so as the flower bed was not benefiting from the device, I moved it to the lawn. MIRACLE! The moles left within 2 or 3 days and never came back.
I've been asking myself why the difference, and wondering if the soil could be the determining factor. The flower bed has 3-4" of good topsoil (great for worms, which I'm sure the moles appreciate), but underneath that, it's very rocky clay, almost impossible to dig through, so I was not able to bury the device to its full depth. The lawn, on the other hand, is fairly consistent solid clay, and I was able to insert it all the way. Now whether it's the rockiness of the flower bed subsoil, or the depth at which it was planted, I'm not sure. But I'm buying a second one and hope I can find a way for it to work in the flower bed.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Eldar on July 4, 2010
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I came to this page to purchase another one of these devices, and I am surprised by negative reviews. I live in Washington near Seattle and the moles were gone almost instantly. In fact, after a week or two my wife asked me to turn it off, because it was also scaring off squirrels and raccoons, whom we don't consider pests to be bothered about their presence. We still occasionally turn it on every year for a week or two, when mole problem resurfaces, and it works again and again.

BTW, it's not ultrasonic, you will hear that annoying noise, but as long as you know it works for you, it does not bother much. Also pets (my cats for sure) hear that noise too. They do worry at the beginning but then get used to it. I suspect many negative reviews come from incorrectly installed batteries, as they never mention any sound actually coming from the device, and I can hear it clearly.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Steven M. Arkon on May 25, 2008
I had moles tunneling throughout my yard before I bought the P3. I put one in the back yard and another one in the front. It has been a month now and there are no signs of moles in my yard at all. I would recommend these for anyone that has a mole problem.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By S. Poulin on August 7, 2004
We bought this for the backyard and right now there are three mounds around it within 4 feet. Doesn't work.
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