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Smart Mouse Trap - Humane Mousetrap

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1 Trap
  • No Poison or Glue
  • Safe around Children and Pets
  • Reusable Humane No Kill Mouse Trap
  • Endorsed by Humane Societies and Animal Rights Organizations in the U.S. and Worldwide.
  • An Effective, Patented Mouse Trap
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Product Details

Size: 1 Trap
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000YFA7HW
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,137 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #153 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

Size: 1 Trap

This Humane Mouse Trap is perfect for all animal lovers. The Smart Mouse Trap senses when the mouse enters to retrieve the bait and snaps the door shut. The little critter will stay in the trap enjoying his treat until you come and release him in a safe place. To use this easy "no kill" mousetrap simply place a "saltine" cracker in the bait holder, set the trap and check frequently (make sure you check daily or you may starve a trapped mouse). Take the live mouse still in the trap to a wooded or brushy area and open the door and set the little guy free. Escape is delayed until the mouse chews through the cracker. This delay avoids contact between the mouse and the trap user and gives the mouse a little snack to keep him nourished for a while. The Smart Mouse Trap can be cleaned and reused as many times as needed. You'll be thrilled with this quick and humane mouse control. The trap is made of green see-through Kodar plastic & two stainless steel springs work the trap door. Measures 3" x 7" x 2.5". Comes with 1 mouse trap with instructions and booklet about trapping smart mice and mouseproofing your home. Endorsed by humane societies and animal rights organizations in the U.S. and worldwide. Makes a great gift for animal lovers.

Customer Reviews

My mouse does not trigger the trap door.
T-Whit
I highly recommend the Smart Mouse Trap to animal lovers like me who want to get rid of their mice, but don't want to hurt them!!!
Mrs Angela B.
This mouse trap so far has caught three mice.
Toxic San Taco

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

293 of 299 people found the following review helpful By LMY on September 25, 2007
Size Name: 1 Trap
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You'll read about various possible solutions and shortcomings of each - to include the sonic sound devices - the mice just get used to that sound and the device becomes ineffective over time. The trap is kind of expensive here so bought it at Abundant Earth dot com - you need at least two traps to be effective at eliminating the problem per the article and shipping was cheaper there too.

The trap works great - I used wheat germ mixed with a dab of honey to bind the grains down the end of the trap and caught seven mice over three day period. The 2nd day out the trap caught two mice in a single trapping and they had ample room in this trap to move about and turn around. They even sat up and cleaned their little paws while they waited for their drive to the local forest park.

The trap itself is a slender, hard plastic and I can see how it would be prone to cracking if you forced parts to go where they shouldn't. The instructions do encourage you check the trap frequently as these fellas can dehydrate to death if left in the trap for a few days.

Anyone purchasing this trap is likely concerned about the humane way of dealing with the little furry creatures - where mice will gnaw off their limbs if stuck to the glue paper and to consider resorting to drowning or other means are just cruel and unnecessary means of removing the creatures, this trap is a fast, safe and perfect solution. You only need to bait the trap with a wheat-based product and once caught, set the mice loose in a small patch of woods or field.
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143 of 147 people found the following review helpful By Nicole Heavey on April 24, 2008
Size Name: 1 Trap
This mouse trap definitely works. I have a very smart and elusive mouse in my house and this trap caught him. We have watched him grow big and fat from eating all the food in our house. We originally purchased sticky traps, which we felt horrible about after catching a small mouse and decided to switch to the Smart Mouse trap. This is definitely a more humane way to catch a mouse. All that being said, YOU MUST BE CAREFUL if you decide to transfer the mouse to another container. As a previous hamster owner, I thought 'let's put the mouse in a big file keeper box until we can bring him (or her) to the woods'. It was as big as a tank where I used to keep my pet hamster. There was nothing in there for him to climb on to easily get out. Well, I dumped this mouse in the container and he jumped right out. It was as if he had a magic trampoline inside the box with him. It jumped so high that I screamed my head off and probably woke my entire neighborhood. I think I captured...and released...Mighty Mouse.

I also highly reccomend putting enough coins in the pressure part of the trap to just about set the trap off. Right after I set Mighty Mouse free, I reset the trap with extra peanut butter on a ritz cracker. A different tiny little mouse walked right into the trap and licked the peanut butter off the cracker through the little holes in the trap. He was so light that it didn't set off the trap. I put a quarter in the trap thinking the extra weight would set it off. He went right back in the trap and nothing happened. So, I kept adding pennies until I triggered the trap and was able to set the trap door again. The little guy just couldn't resist; went into the trap a third time and this time won himself a first-class ticket to the woods.
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268 of 290 people found the following review helpful By Steve Angers on September 14, 2010
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Because this isn't it. This trap does have some positive features, but also one very big drawback that more than outweighs the positive. The trap works well...the first time. As far as I can determine, it does as good a job of attracting and catching mice as any similar products on the market. It even does a better job than similar traps I have used at keeping mice in the trap. Perhaps one in ten mice I have caught in other humane traps have found a way out of those traps before I could secure and release them. The spring-loaded gate in this trap should, I beleive, defeat any efforts by mice to escape once they are in the trap. The body of the trap is also solidly constructed and easy to clean.

Sounds good so far, but the drawback is significant. When the trap is set the gate is held open by a tiny plastic latch built into the fulcrum platform on the floor of the trap. Entering the trap, and moving to the opposite end to access the bait, the mouse's weight moves to the far side of the fulcrum and triggers the trap. The gate closes. But if you don't happen to notice that you have a mouse within an hour or so- say, perhaps, you have some not-so-rare nocturnal mice and you happen to be asleep- you end up with an annoyed or bored mouse looking at that tiny plastic latch protruding up in the center of the trap. It doesn't take more than a little gnawing on the latch and there's not enough left to secure the gate when you try to reset the trap and use it again.

I don't know how this defect got past quality control, but it did.
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