NoView NoTouch Trap
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|Manufacturer Part Number||78357|
|Package Height||1.6 x 4.2 x 8.4 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.3 pounds|
d-CON No View, No Touch™ Mouse Trap --easy baiting, easy setting, easy disposal. Safer than traditional traps Kills mouse instantly Never see a mouse again Easy baiting, setting, disposal Prevents future problems 2 Per Pack
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This mousetrap is designed for the rich and squeemish. It effectively kills and hides the trapped mouse for quick and easy disposal, but it is much more expensive than most mousetraps as it is a one-use trap. This is a major draw-back but if you REALLY dislike seeing the dead mouse and think the cost is worth it, the mousetrap does what it's supposed to do if you're trying to rid yourself of only a few mice.
For a major infestation, this is a very expensive trap which quickly loses its effectiveness. For whatever reason after a very few captures, mice begin ignoring the traps and whatever goodies you've put inside them them.
I've purchased more than one set of these and the results have varied. I've found that they're very touchy, are difficult to set properly, then they misfire frequently. This makes the "results indicator" difficult to trust. Mice are so light that it's difficult to feel whether or not something is in the trap. I examined one that showed "Mouse Caught" and there was no trace of a mouse. No mouse, no hair, possibly some poop, but my peanut butter was gone.
We have caught a few mice with these, but since they're more expensive and not as reliable as the old standard snap-traps, I would recommend you stick with them... If you're really squeamish about dead mice, this might be at least a starting point for getting rid of a few. Just be prepared to throw a good number away and not be sure if you're throwing away an empty trap.
(Side note: I'm not sure how they'd back up their "GUARANTEED TO KILL" claim if those of us who buy this kind of product aren't particularly interested in doing a survey of the mouse's vital signs...)
One nice thing: It's a much safer option than traditional wire snap traps when it comes to kids and pets.
I loaded it with peanut butter and put it where the mouse was last seen. 20 mins later it had sprung. One bad part was that it was hard to tell if the mouse was in it, because my mouse was very small and light. I had to compare the weight to the un-sprung trap.. I then put the trap in a zip lock bag and disposed of it.
But it does work.. I would say that the spring mechanism seems light and I was concerned that it wasn't enough force, but it is hard to tell because the trap spins when it is triggered..
Would I use these again? Yes, if you have a small/slight mouse problem. I would also get different types, since different mice might be inclined to enter one type of trap and not another.
Also, as far as reusability, well, this trap is not reusable, and if you want that type of trap, thats up to you. I personally think after a mouse dies in any trap, the other mice might smell "death" on the trap if you reuse it (Unless you're johnny on the spot and clear the trap right away)..
The spin part captures the mouse inside the trap, and so far, it is fully effective. I have shaken the sprung traps, and there is no response from the creature inside, so it seems to be a quick kill.
On other traps, the mice seem to be able to get the bait and flee, which is annoying. Or, they sometimes get a limb stuck and are thrashing about and require a judicious use of my heel to finish the job.
Also, with dogs ad small children in the house, they cant eat any poison, or get their tongues,digits stuck in the trap.
Cons: Expensive. After there is a mouse inside, you throw out the whole trap. You could easily buy a dozen old-school traps for the price of one of these.
It is not the only one of the no-see no-touch traps, there is also the TOMCAT Spin Trap, and others.