JT Eaton 409 Jawz Plastic Mouse Trap for Solid or Liquid Bait, 2-Pack
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- Features a high tension spring to eliminate mice and other small pests
- Set by hand or foot with a red label to indicate if the trap is properly set
- Works best with liquid or solid bait and comes in a 2-pack
- Made of durable plastic and small size for discreet placement underneath equipment and in tight spaces
- Comes with a 1-year limited warranty
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JT Eaton 409 Jawz Plastic Mouse Trap for Solid or Liquid Bait, 2-Pack
Safe, Dependable, and Economical Snap Trap Rodent Control
The Jawz Plastic Mouse Trap continues the JT Eaton tradition of bringing you effective, easy to use, rodent controlling snap traps at an economical price. This solidly constructed trap works with either solid or liquid bait, and it's easy set design keeps fingers safe. The design allows for easy disposal of expired rodents with no need to touch any dead mice or rats.
- Easy to set mouse trap
- Set with hand or foot
- Safe to use, no more caught fingers!
- Convenient disposal of expired pests
- Durable construction
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The JT Eaton 409 Jawz Plastic Mouse Trap is a popular method for pest removal and features a high tension spring to eliminate mice and other small pests. Each trap is easy and safe to set compared to traditional wooden traps and can be set by hand or foot. When the trap is properly set, the red label faces upward to indicate it's ready to go. This makes it incredibly simple to set multiple traps and reduces false alarms. Made of durable plastic, these traps are smaller than multi catch traps for discreet placement underneath furniture and other tight spaces and are fully reusable. This snap trap works best with liquid or solid bait and comes in a 2-pack. The JT Eaton 409 Jawz Plastic Mouse Trap comes with a 1-year limited warranty to protect against defects in material and workmanship. JT Eaton’s mission is to manufacture and distribute products designed to eradicate pests. We continually seek out new ways to provide consumers with the knowledge and products they need to create a healthier and safer world. JT Eaton has been family owned and operated since 1932 and they manufacture and sell only the highest quality products.
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I've now tried these, the Victor M140S, Victor M160S, Victor M143S, Catchmaster 402 baited glue trap, D-con corner fit bait station, and Neatmaster Ultrasonic Pest Repellent.
The Neatmaster Ultrasonic thing was ordered first and didn't do a thing. I put a camera on the infested area with the Neatmaster activated 5 ft away and the mice would come out every night and lick the original Victor mouse traps clean. I then tried the D-Con bait stations and they made a couple of bait squares disappear but still appeared every night on the camera. I then ordered this item along with the 3 Victors mentioned above. Before they arrived I changed my bait method on the original Victors and jammed a sunflower seed into the bait clasp. I then caught my first mouse that night. When reinforcements arrived I placed them along the walls throughout my garage. Here are the results in the past 4 months:
Glue Traps: a bunch of bugs
Victor M160S: 3 traps out, 0 mice caught
Victor M140S: 4 traps out, 3 mice caught
Victor M143S: 3 traps out, 1 mouse caught
Jawz: 4 traps out, 5 chipmonks and 9 mice caught
Ultrasonic thing: seems to be ignored on medium setting (high setting is audible to people and is too much to handle)
I also made one of those bucket of water with a bottle on top homemade traps and although they investigated it, it has not caught anything.
I have 2 garage doors and have traps by the corners of each door where there's room to come in. I have the Jawz, a glue trap, the M143S, and 140S on each of the 4 entry points. I have the others placed along walls. Of the entry points, the Victor 143 and 140 each have one kill to their credit, the glue trap has zero, and the Jawz consistently traps mice and chipmonks. This past week it started getting cold and I've been catching a mouse every other day in the Jawz by the garage door.
The trigger mechanism on the Jawz is similar to the Victor 143S. The Victor 140S seems to be a bit tough to trigger (they have to nudge their nose into the bait section to lift the bait cover in order to trigger it. The 143S and Jawz both are triggered by a very light touch of the platform surrounding the bait hole. This allows you to easily catch a mouse when he just puts a foot up there to smell what's down in the hole. I've yet to see one actually get away with a seed or lick of peanut butter from them. I did get one who only got his paw trapped in it and was still alive and very alert. I brought the trap with the mouse on it to another trap and placed his head on the trigger platform and that was that.
I read others have complained about mice licking the peanut butter off or them breaking. I can't imagine how the peanut butter could be licked by a mouse without triggering it. These are plastic and I can believe they may break, but my 4 have each triggered multiple times and haven't broke yet. I'm buying 4 more today to replace the various traps that just don't seem to be doing anything.
I love how easy these are to dispose of the mice. I just lift the arm (that was never in contact with a mouse) and the mouse drops out of the jaw. I drop them by my bird feeder outside and a Steller Jay makes off with him within minutes.
These traps were clean, not dusty or dirty, and the spring had full tension. Good idea in the design, but something failed in the manufacturing process and quality control. Possibly some part of the plastic mechanism gets bent or misaligned after a few weeks of tension. I'm trying another brand. I've heard god things about Tomcat brand spring traps.
Update: 12 hours later, 6 mice caught and I still have not had to refill the peanut butter...all still instant kills...
Update 2: One year later and we are still catching 4-5 mice a week in our cellar. They almost never make it up into the house now since these traps are working so well in the cellar. We bait them at the start of the "mouse season" in October and never have to re-bait them because they snap so fast. We are still using the ones from our initial order - not one has malfunctioned or broke on us. Use peanutbutter and be sure to put the mouth of the trap touching the wall to form a "T". Mice hug the wall while they run and most of the time get caught that way, not even trying to steal the bait. Happy Hunting.
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