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Victor Easy Set Mouse Trap 4 Pack M033

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402 customer reviews

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  • The original wood based wire snap trap with large scented plastic trip pedal
  • Can be used around food, water, children, and pets
  • Swiss cheese pedal requires no baiting
  • Clean and quick trapping
  • Ideal for runaway trapping
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Product Description

Style: 4 pack

The original wood-based wire snap trap, the Victor Easy Set Mouse Trap provides instant rodent control and is safe for household use. For effective mouse control, each trap comes pre-baited with a large, scented plastic ‘swiss cheese’ trip pedal. The large pedal is easily activated – both by rodent interest in food and through accidental contact as mice scamper across the floor – to ensure maximum trapping. Once a rodent triggers the pedal, the mouse trap immediately springs closed to eliminate the pest on contact. It can then be easily disposed of for quick and clean removal. The traps require no chemicals or poisons, so they are an ideal mouse control device for use around food, water, children and pets.

Product Details

Style Name: 4 pack
  • Product Dimensions: 0.7 x 4.3 x 7.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B000HJ79Y4
  • Item model number: M033
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (402 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,075 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

From the Manufacturer

Victor Easy Set Mouse Trap - 4 Pack

Catch mice fast with this Easy Set mouse trap by Victor. It’s the same iconic Victor’s top-selling original wooden metal pedal snap trap, but this version comes pre-baited with a scented, yellow cheese pedal. When mice interact with the large plastic pedal to investigate, the sensitive trigger snaps the trap shut for a swift kill.

Made in the USA and FSC Certified

Victor Easy Set mouse traps are proudly constructed in the USA by Victor, a century-old brand and trusted industry leader. Even more, each trap features a wooden platform made from environmentally responsible wood that’s been certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC is an organization that helps ensure forests worldwide are responsibly managed for future generations).

Location, Location, Location

Place the Easy Set mouse trap in areas where activity has been detected or on the floor with the bait end flush against the wall. Rodents tend to travel along the wall, so placement in this location often works best. For maximum effectiveness use multiple traps to increase results. After a successful kill, simply lift the metal kill bar, dispose of the mouse, and reset. The reusable (or disposable) trap can be utilized anywhere in or around the home, and it doesn't require any chemicals or poisons, so it’s safe around children and pets (use with caution).

Details:

  • Consistent quality from a century-old brand
  • Original wooden base wire snap trap with scented cheese pedal
  • Ideal for runway trapping
  • Uses wood from FSC-certified forests
  • For indoor or outdoor use
  • Reusable or disposable
  • No chemicals or poisons, can be used around children and pets
  • Made in the USA

Simple to Set Up

The trap does not need to be baited thanks to the scented, yellow cheese pedal—or add bait for extra enticement and faster results. Add bait by applying a small amount of peanut butter or other high-protein food to the bait trough located on the yellow cheese pedal (be sure to use a Q-tip or toothpick to avoid leaving your scent).

When you’re ready to set the trap, simply pull the kill bar back, swing the arm bar over the kill bar, and latch the end of the arm bar under the yellow pedal. The trap can be set using the Firm setting, which is easy to set but won’t trip as easily, or the Sensitive setting, which is more difficult to set but will trip easily.

Electronic Mouse Traps Kill & Seal Mouse Trap Tri-Kill Mouse Traps Value Added Mouse Traps Snap Mouse Traps
Kill per Setting 1, 3 or 10, depending on trap 1 3 1 1
Kill Method Humane, high voltage shock Powerful bar Powerful snare Powerful kill bar Powerful kill bar
Ease of Use Insert batteries, bait, turn on and place Bait, set and place Bait, set and place Bait, set and place Bait, set and place
Bait Location Along the back wall in the trough or on the back wall Hatch Trough Hook or Trough, depending on trap Pedal or Pre-baited depending on trap
Kill Indicator Notification Blinking green indicator light N/A N/A N/A N/A
Safety Information No chemicals or poisons, built in safety switch and beveled tunnel design protects children and pets No chemicals or poisons, built in safety switch and beveled tunnel design protects children and pets No chemicals or poisons, built in safety switch and beveled tunnel design protects children and pets No chemicals or poisons, built in safety switch and beveled tunnel design protects children and pets No chemicals or poisons, built in safety switch and beveled tunnel design protects children and pets
Reusable or Disposable Reusable Disposable Reusable or Disposable Reusable or Disposable Reusable or Disposable
Indoor or Outdoor Use Indoor Indoor or Outdoor Indoor or Outdoor Indoor or Outdoor Indoor or Outdoor
Batteries Required Yes No No No No
Dead Rodent Visible No No Yes Yes Yes

Victor, a trusted brand name since 1898, is recognized as the world leader in rodent control. From the invention of the spring-based mouse trap over 100 years ago, up to today, Victor continues to be the trusted industry leader in rodent control. Victor offers a vast array of innovative, quality products to keep your family safe from unwanted pests and rodents—everything from snap, electronic and live traps, to poison and ultrasonic repellers.


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118 of 119 people found the following review helpful By Publius on September 3, 2011
Style Name: 4 pack
My experience with these traps clearly explains the wide range of satisfaction with these traps.

I bought a four pack of these and set them up blocking a known mouse path. Then i waited. And then i waited some more. Then after about two days i happened to see a mouse walk across one of the traps as though it were a conveniently placed bridge.

Evidently, i had not set up the traps properly. So, i tested them. And yep, sure enough i could throw the trap against a wall without setting it off . It would have taken 206 mice standing atop of one another to set this thing off. So i took a second look at it. The wire was hooked in the wrong place on the cheese. I was setting the trap, flipping the cheese up, and hooking the wire. WRONG. You have to set the trap, put the wire in place, and then flip the cheese up.

But then i had another problem that several others have written about here- when i flipped the cheese onto the wire the trap was stupid sensitive. If it didn't go off on my fingers, it would go off immediately when i tried to set it down. Now to be fair, i didn't try standing real still, holding it in my hand and waiting to see if a mouse would have climbed up my leg and across my arm for a piece of plastic cheese. That might have worked. So i gave it a quick look again, and for the life of me i couldn't see anywhere else to hook the darn thing. I knew that if it was designed to be set up either of the ways i had come up with- it was the worst invention of the decade.

So i got on here to see if i was the only fool in the world that couldn't set a flippin mouse trap. Sure enough i wasn't. But at the same time, i read all the positive reviews and knew that us naysayers had to be missing something.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Paul K. Mckneely on January 1, 2011
Style Name: 4 pack
I just moved to a new house that has a large mouse problem. I bought this 4-pack of these new-fangled plastic pedal modified traps that differ from the older tried and true Victor Mouse Trap. As the other reviewers have already noted, this "improvement" reduces its effectiveness. My old models are still at the other house and I don't know where they are located. I enjoy the practice of putting score marks on the backs of the devices to count the number of kills that each one has to its credit; sort of like what flying aces would do to record the number of kills they made in their air battles. Of course, you can't do this if you follow the recommendation of the supplier by throwing the device away after one use. Certainly they have a valid health reason to support such a recommendation but, of course, their main reason is they want to sell you more traps.

The problem with this new design is that the plastic pedal is so large that it abutts right next to the fly bar that snaps the rodent. It doesn't take much intrusion inside the kill area to set the device into action. A single toe might be all that is necessary to activate it leaving the mouse's head completely in the clear of the danger zone. With the new design, I had a total of ten snaps with no results and decided I needed to make a change. In this review I describe a way to modify the device so that it is much more effective. After this engineering modification, I immediately got a kill on the very next try. Of course this modification might void the device's waranty but for two bucks, what could I lose?

Take a pair of wire cutters or heavy duty scissors and cut the plastic pedal so that it is no wider than the plastic latch box that is used to hold the retainer bar (built into the pedal).
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Downriver on July 14, 2010
Style Name: 4 pack
Whoever designed this piece of garbage should repeatedly have their thumbs smashed, because that's what's going to happen to anyone who tries to set this piece of junk.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Paulie Walnutz on December 31, 2006
Style Name: 2 pack
I knew I had a mouse in the garage, that didn't bother me too much. When I saw one run across the kitchen floor and scurry into the living room I thought TROUBLE. No biggie, just go to local hardware superstore and pick up some of those old fashion snap traps, right? So returned from Menards with 4 packs of some generic (not Victor) brand that was like 79 cents a 2 pack. Baited with peanut butter and set 6 of them. The next morning the peanut butter was gone from 4 of them (2 were untouched, they were probably full from the first 4). What the h*#@, So I reset, and this time I insured the wire that holds the trigger was barely in there, basically making it as sensitive as possible. Also used less peanut butter after reading a couple of web sites for advice. Result, they licked it clean. All peanut butter gone, no mice. Tried 3 or 4 more times, (I am very bull-headed).

My wife calls parents who say they never (tons of mice in their house over the years) had any sucess with the snap traps. They used d-con.

The idea of a mouse dying somewhere hiding did not sit well with me, nor did giving up. So I tried the snaps again, this time with a slice of cheese, kind of poked the metal of the trigger through it thinking the mouse would pull it off causing it to snap. It didn't, tried a chunk of chedder which I poked through and insured it was on tightly. Another free meal. Now I get out the pliers and bend the metal trigger up, insert the cheese and squeeze it tight. Let me see it get this, ha! Well it did, still no mouse. Now I am picturing this mouse smoking after he has had his way with me.

So I am giving up on these snaps and I go buy some of those stickly traps. Friend of my wife said they are very effective.
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