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Victor Multiple Catch Mouse Trap M333

by Victor

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  • For catching and releasing mice if you do not want to see or touch them
  • Easy to use
  • Disposable or reusable - depending on your preference
  • Can be used around food, water, children, and pets
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.8 x 4 x 7.2 inches ; 4.5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B004CMNWES
  • Item model number: M333
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (65 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #93,519 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

You can get rid of the mice in your house without having to see or touch them or kill them - this live trap is the ideal solution for you. The Victor Mice Trap Multiple Catch allows you to catch and release the mice without having to touch them. It is disposable or reusable, depending on your preference. This live trap can be used around food, water, children and pets.

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Customer Reviews

It does not slide open as it should.
Kristin A. Muller
With this trap, I have caught two; one of the mice died (I am not sure if the trap killed the mouse, or if something else happened).
smiles
I'm going to try the spring loaded traps, not the kind that kills mice but simply traps them.
Polgas

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Andrew To on January 4, 2011
I bought two of these mouse traps at a local Home Depot without doing any research. I wanted a live trap and this was the only model available at that store. After 2 weeks of buying them, I finally set them up in my garage with peanut butter as bait. I put the bait on a small piece of cardboard and placed it in each trap.

The next morning, a mouse was trapped in one of them and my daughters and I released it. The same night (which was last night), it trapped a smaller mouse. Our house is not infested with mice and we haven't had any sighting or seen any droppings in any of the living areas. Our food pantry storage room hasn't had any mice chewing through boxes of food, so I am quite impressed these traps show me good result so quickly.

After being pleased with this product, I did some research last night and saw that Amazon.com has another listing of the same product with more reviews and they are much more favorable than this one although it is the exact same Victor product. I learned that some people experienced mice chewing on the tabs that hold the ramp and eventually broke them and got out. I like to pay more for something that last longer, so I just ordered 2 Tin Cats which has the same mechanism but is bigger and in metal. Hope they work just as well for me. In my case, since I put the bait on a piece of cardboard, the mice shred the cardboard into pieces and I did not see any scratches or bite marks on the plastic trap itself. Maybe the cardboard gave the mice something else to focus on? At any case, I am pleased with this traps so far and I studied the mechanism of the ramp/trap doors, mine worked well and didn't have any large gap that may allow the mouse to get back out. Maybe the 1 star reviews got a bad batch?

I will recommend this to anyone who wants to use live trap.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Random Amazon Shopper on February 1, 2012
This one is working great for me -- up to the time of this writing.
Round 1 - I originally purchased a Tomcat Live Catch trap and noticed there were reviews that ranged from good to bad. I wondered how there could be such a range of success from a simple mouse trap. Well this odyssey has proved to be not so simple. At first, the Tomcat worked splendidly and caught a couple of mice. Then I got the mouse from hell. Found the trap chewed up and the mouse escaped. My conclusion is that the Tomcat Live Catch is a Rube Goldberg deign that can be defeated by Einstein mice. Mice seem to like to eat the plastic and escape. If a mouse bumps it from outside it can trip. And it also looks like some mice know how to push the trap door open when it has tripped. (I patched the trap with metal and tried again.) I don't really want to become an expert so I will let others muse on exactly why the Tomcat is deficient. I decided to move on to another trap.

Round 2 - I looked for another design of catch and release and found this Victor Mice Trap. This seems like a more substantial design from the start. In case you haven't noticed, there are a multitude of trap designs. I now suspect that they will all work for some and be a failure for others, perhaps depending on the skill levels of the mice you have and how inventive you can be. This Victor model has now caught 5 mice. I presume that the little devil that defeated the Tomcat model is among them. I had 2 mice in the trap 2 different times. The manufacturer claims it can catch 4 mice at a time. I am happy to catch one at a time if they keep on coming. Be prepared that some mice like to hide under the ramp and that will prevent other mice from entering. 4 would be a crowd in this trap, but who knows what you may experience.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By RowdyPipes on November 25, 2012
The other day, we discovered that, in a house full of 4 cats, we had somehow gotten a mouse with a taste for graham crackers. Off to the store we trotted to get mouse traps, while the cats lazed back at the house, noshing on their cat food and sniffing around the areas where the mouse had been with great interest, but taking no action to remove the offender from the house. Because I can't stand to kill these little guys, we decided to try a live trap. Last night, we baited this trap with cheez-its and peanut butter (a delicious human bait as well!) and set the trap under the stove, hoping to catch the mouse that ate the graham crackers. This morning, we discovered with mixed feelings of elation, disgust, shock, and apprehension that we had captured not one, but FOUR fat little mice in this awesome trap (full capacity). I let them go in the woods, and they scampered off, probably to burglarize someone else's house where they won't be so lucky as to find a live trap, but at least for today, we have avoided chopping their little heads off.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Dorota Jarosz on December 11, 2010
We don't like to kill the mice, but they moved in for the winter, so I bought two of these as an upgrade from a single mouse humane trap I used successfully, which was unavailable any more.

I set it up as instructed, with peanut butter bait inside, but was very surprised next day, since the bait was gone with no mouse in the trap. The other trap, at a different floor, did not get any attention from the mice, though there were fresh droppings around the trap. The bait is still there.

I must confess I bought it at a local store; the label looks different, but the brand and model number are the same. Maybe a bad batch? Bad design? The vertical flap does not close entirely by the other lever - maybe a tiny mouse can get through.

Did anybody else have other experience?

I'll try again tonight - we'll see.

T next day the same thing happened, the basement trap was used as a feeding tray and the kitchen trap was not touched by the mice. However, the old traps in the same place caught mice on both floors.
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