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P3 International Sonic Mole Chaser P7900

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  • Up To 11,250 Sq. Feet (1/4 Acre) Coverage
  • Bury Flush With Ground For Easy Mowing
  • Rodents Are Chased Away Unharmed
  • Does Not Affect Pets
  • Convenient Battery Charge Cylinder
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 16.2 x 2.1 x 2.1 inches ; 11.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00005AH83
  • Item model number: P7900
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #44,053 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

Product Description

The Molechaser is the easiest, most environmentally friendly way to get rid of moles, voles, gophers, shrews, ground squirrels and other burrowing rodents. Simply bury the sturdy aluminum Molechhaser in your lawn and rodents will be on their way Unit produces a penetrating underground sonic impulse that irritates rodents and motivates them to move to a quieter area. Removal Of Burrowing rodents, Coverage 11,250 square feet, Indoor/Outdoor Use Outdoor, Includes Irritating sonic pulse, Material Type Aluminum, Assembly Required No, Power Source Battery. Unit produces a penetrating underground sonic impulse at 300 Hz at 15-second intervals Pets are not affected Unit can be buried flush for easy mowing 100 waterproof 16in. long Batteries can be changed while unit is in ground Operates for 4-6 months on 4 D alkaline batteries not included Lab tested and approved by consumer groups Cost-effective, convenient and reliable

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The P3 International P7900 Sonic Molechaser makes moles scram by emitting a penetrating sound that sets the rodents' sensitive hearing on edge. Operating in a circular pattern of 120 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 16 inches long, the stout aluminum Sonic 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

Do yourself a favor and don't waste your money.
Bob
A little advice - if you pound it into the ground with a hammer, you won't be able to unscrew the green cap to change the batteries.
R. W. Pochciol
My moles were quiet for 3 weeks after installing 2 mole chasers, but now they are digging tunnels within 5 feet of the chasers.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

46 of 54 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 30, 2002
I've had a serious Mole problem destroying my Yard and other Landscaping for approximately 5 years. I have tried everything with limited success. Poison, traps, flooding their subterrainian subway system etc. As a last resort I tried two molechasers in a 5000 Square foot lot. (a desperate measure I admit). According to instructions 1 Molechaser is enough to cover a lot this size, 5000 sq feet. Don't waste your time and money on these things they are a huge gimmick. I have multiple mole piles 3 inches from the molechaser, tunnels all around both of them. If anything it appears to have aggrivated the Moles, and it most certainly did not scare them off! USE TRAPS, or accept living with the little diggers, but don't buy this rediculous product..... it's a scam! Your better off hiring a Mole Psychic! The only place for these falsely advertised Battery powered Probes is up the manufacturers subterrainian shaft!
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Alexander Kogan on December 24, 2004
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We live in a wooded area of East Hampton, New York. While we don't have a lawn as such, we do have flagstones with moss between them, and a perennial garden, which over the years have both proved to be irresistable to what we think are voles. They not only make bulging tunnels, but make frequent access-to-the-surface holes (which have in turn become hornet or wasp nests), and occasionally kill plants. We tried everything -- tamping the tunnels down, flooding the tunnels with water, poisons (a matter of desperation, with a very short-lived effect), poundind pieces of reinforcing steel in tje tunnels, blocking the access holes with stones, etc. I gambled on one of these from Amazon, and it actually works. In what seemed to be a matter of days, the (presumed) voles disappeared. The batteries ran out in about 6 months, and sure enough, a tunnel reappeared. New batteries solved the problem. I'm buying a few more for around the pool.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 1, 2001
I have both moles and gophers on my farm, and mounds of earth continued to spring up in the yard, even right next to these units. This was even after the two weeks that the instructions say to allow for results. I am having much better results with traps - Cinch Mole Trap, Cinch Gopher Trap, and the Nash Mole Trap. I believe trapping is the only way to get rid of these pests. I had previously tried castor oil sprays, smoke bombs, pesticides to kill the grubs, and poisons. All these methods were supposed to work, but all failed. Since I started trapping, I've all but eliminated the formation of mounds, although new populations will move into the vacant tunnel systems, or so I am told.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By R. W. Pochciol on May 24, 2003
I purchased this molechaser last fall on a "Gold Box" special and installed it this spring after the last frost. So it's been out there buzzing away for about a month now, and not a mole in sight. Last year the yard so polluted with mole tunnels that you couldn't walk through the yard without creating "sink holes". I'm curious to see what happens as the summer progresses.
A little advice - if you pound it into the ground with a hammer, you won't be able to unscrew the green cap to change the batteries. Oops.
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26 of 31 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 8, 2003
I own and operate a professional lawn care and landscaping company. There is nothing more I hate than a mole/vole. I have tried mechanical traps, piercing tools, flooding, and tried killing the grubs/earthworms. In fact, the thought of using explosives like Bill Murray in Caddyshack has crossed my mind (on SEVERAL occasions). Since it is very hard to convince my customers in installing a pet fencing system, getting a cat, and training the 'mouser' cat to catch moles...these things suffice. I install mine using a bulb auger, check their operation quarterly, and they seem to work well (in hard, compacted clay)...If you have a lawn care/landscaping business, these are wonderful devices to sell your customers on (although they do make a funky vibe noise)...
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 13, 2002
My gopher loves the sound. It seems its activity has increased ever since I placed this product. Find new holes in the very close vicinity of this product every morning. I am considering to use traps.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 15, 2001
I had moles for 2 years. I tried poison and traps, nothing worked. I thought the molechaser was strange, but I was desperate so I decided to try it. The moles were gone in 2 days. It is 6 months later and still no sign of them. It is great.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Bill Moofti on July 22, 2003
My Uncle Greg and Aunt Linda had more moles than you could shake a stick at. After I purchased them two molechasers, the moles all but vanished. They had tried everything. Aunt Linda was going crazy sprinkling hot sauce on the lawn and driving my uncle insane. Now they are both relaxing in there mole free lawn!! Thank you so much for a wonderful product!
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