From the Manufacturer:
The Victor Multi-Kill Mouse Trap eliminates your rodent problems quickly and easily. If the trap is baited, placed in the rodent’s path and turned on, the trap will do the rest! Unlike traditional snap traps, the Victor Multi-Kill uses a high-voltage, quick and humane shock that kills the mouse in seconds. The Victor Multi-Kill is as efficient as it is effective, killing up to ten mice per setting and 150 mice per set of 4 “C” batteries. This trap offers a 100% kill rate – meaning there are no escapes and you can rid yourself of a rodent problem in one single night.
How It Works
The Victor Multi-Kill Mouse Trap is equipped with two points of entry located on the back of the trap. The staircase design leads the mouse into the Shock N’ Drop Chamber where the bait is located. Once the rodent is inside, the patented tunnel design and beveled columns hold the mouse in place and prevent any escapes. To reach the bait, the mouse must step onto the metal plates, completing the circuit and initiating a quick, humane shock killing the mouse in less than 3 seconds. After the mouse is killed, the Shock N’ Drop Chamber automatically rotates and deposits the mouse into the collection drawer. The Victor Multi-Kill Mouse Trap automatically resets. The light located above the power switch will blink green for up to seven days to indicate a kill, a yellow light when the collection drawer is full and a red light when the trap is low on batteries. To dispose of the mice, slide open the collection drawer and dump the mouse directly into the trash for a hygienic and safe, no-touch, no-view disposal. The trap can kill up to 10 mice per setting and 150 mice per set of four “C” batteries.
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|Two Staircases for Dual Entry ||Green Light Indicates a Kill ||Collection Drawer Holds 10 Mice |
Key Features & Specifications
- For clean and quick trapping
- Humane, high-voltage shock kills rodent
- Kills 10 mice per setting
- Kills 150 mice per set of batteries
- Easy to use - insert batteries, bait, place, turn on and empty
- Bait Location: located inside kill chamber and along back wall
- Patented design prevents escapes
- Smart circuit technology senses rodent to trigger high-voltage shock
- Auto reset allows trap to always be ready to kill
- Hygienic and safe, no-touch, no-view disposal
- No chemicals or poisons
- Safety switch protects children and pets
- Indoor Use Only
- Kill Indicator Notification: Blinking green-light
- Collection Drawer Full Notification: Blinking yellow-light
- Battery Replacement Notification: Blinking red-light
- Requires 4 “C” Batteries
Easy to Use
The Victor Multi-Kill Mouse Trap is easy to use. Open the kill chamber door located on top of the Multi-Kill Mouse Trap. Bait the trap along the back wall or in the bait trough provided using a small amount of peanut butter, chocolate, hazelnut spread or anything high in protein. Be sure to not over bait. Only a pea size amount of bait is needed. Open the battery compartment and unwrap the 4 “C” batteries that are included. Properly reinsert the batteries and close the battery compartment. Place the trap where you have seen signs of rodent activity or along the wall where rodents primary travel. The back of the trap with the stairs should be placed flush against the wall. Once the trap is placed, turn it on. A green light will flash once indicating the trap is working properly.
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|Insert Batteries ||Bait |
The Victor Multi-Kill Mouse Trap features a built-in safety switch that automatically deactivates the trap whenever the kill chamber door is opened. The trap has no poisons or chemicals and is safe to use anywhere in the home. The Victor Multi-Kill is extremely economical and can be used for years to ensure effective mouse control.
What Electronic Trap is right for you?
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|Electronic Mouse Trap PRO |
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|Multi-Kill™ Mouse Trap |
|Kill per Setting ||1 mouse ||3 mice ||10 mice |
|Kills per set of batteries ||100 mice ||100 mice ||150 mice |
|Batteries Required ||4 “AA” batteries ||4 “AA” batteries ||4 “C” batteries |
|Kill Method ||Humane, high-voltage shock ||Humane, high-voltage shock ||Humane, high-voltage shock |
|Ease of Use ||Insert batteries, bait, turn on and place ||Insert batteries, bait, turn on and place ||Insert batteries, bait, turn on and place |
|Bait Location ||Inside trap along the back wall in the bait trough provided ||Inside trap along the back wall in the bait trough provided ||Inside the kill chamber along the back wall |
|Kill Indicator Notification ||Blinking green indicator light ||Blinking green indicator light ||Blinking green indicator light |
|Disposal Method ||No touch, no view ||No touch, no view ||No touch, no view |
|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 |
|Reuseable or Disposal ||Reuseable ||Reuseable ||Reuseable |
|Indoor or Outdoor Use ||Indoor Use Only ||Indoor Use Only ||Indoor Use Only |
|Battery Replacement Notification ||Blinking red light ||Blinking red light ||Blinking red light |
|Warranty ||1 year ||1 year ||1 year |
|Additional Features || || ||Shock N’ Drop Kill Chamber |
Two Staircases for Dual Entry
Collection Drawer Holds up to 10 Mice
Effective Control and Expert Tips
Location, Location, Location:
The most important rule for the effective use of traps is to find the right location. Start by thoroughly inspecting your home and determining the high-activity areas for rodents.
Number of Traps:
The most common trapping mistake is not using enough traps. For only a couple of rodents, several traps are not too many. The electronic mouse traps should be placed in areas of high activity or along walls where rodents primarily travel at 2 to 3 foot intervals. For more severe infestations, traps should be placed closer together in areas of high activity. It is not recommended to place a less effective, less hygienic and less humane snap trap next to an electronic trap because it will reduce your results.
Importance of the First Night:
Statistics show that more mice are trapped on the first night than any other night, so plan strategically.
Offer Multiple Bait Choices:
Finally, offer multiple bait choices. Individuals in a rodent population search for different types of food. Anything high in protein like peanut butter, chocolate or hazelnut spread is a great option.
Check traps regularly and continue to trap until signs of rodent activity dissipate.
Always Wear Gloves:
Human odors on traps are not likely to deter rodents but to be sure, always wear disposable gloves or use a tool such as a Q-tip or toothpick to bait. Also, for personal hygiene and biohazard awareness, disposable gloves should always be worn when installing or recovering any traps.