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Kness SNAP-E Mouse / Mouse Control Easy Set Re-usuable Snap Traps, Twin Pack
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- 2 Snap-E Mouse Snap Traps Re-usable Easy Set
- Snap-E Mousetraps are easy to use and made to last. Use them year after year.
- Smart engineering - including a larger trip paddle and strike bar
- Easy to bait. Easy to set. Easy to release
- Escape proof and you never touch another mouse.
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|Item Dimensions||4 x 4 x 3 inches|
|Item Weight||0.18 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||046|
|Shipping Weight||0.2 pounds|
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|Item Dimensions||4 x 3 x 4 in||6 x 8 x 3 in||8 x 3 x 4 in||3.25 x 6.25 x 1.75 in||5.25 x 2.5 x 7.5 in||7.75 x 2.63 x 6.12 in|
Steel and durable polystyrene materials make them tough. Smart engineering - including a larger trip paddle and strike bar. Easy-to-bait. Easy-to-release. Escape proof and you never touch another mouse. The mechanism is smart, the materials are rugged. Snap-E mousetraps are easy-to-use and made to last. 2 trap per card.
Top customer reviews
You really get what you pay for, the snap itself does not go off very easy but easy enough. The mouse actually has to apply alittle pressure on the trigger plate which isn't an issue since the bait slot is set in towards the center of the plate with a slight depression or dip, and the only way a mouse can get to it is to step up to the plate so to speak.
I've had alot of luck and my home is finally rodent free thanks to these traps. The reusability and not having to touch the little critters is fantastic! I've tried many types of bait and had the most luck with using peanut butter (it's what terminix and other professionals use) or lately even just a peanut shoved tight into the center bait hole because they also love nuts. You'd be suprise of the slighest scent mice's can pick up and they love actual peanuts which fits snug inside the center bait bucket (make sure the nut is snug so they can't grab it away too easily). Always place traps perpendicular along walls since mice's have poor vision and rely on their whiskers and urine scent on marked territories to navigate your home. Also placing traps perpendicular allows a strike from both direction. Mice's only travel a short distance from their nest, so if you see droppings you're probably at ground zero... good luck!
Fortunately I found these! Within a week I had snagged not one -- but FOUR -- little mice who appear to have been sneaking in the doggie door and heading for one particular treat, honey ginger tea crystals.
I can't believe how easy these traps are to use! I poured a few ginger tear crystals in the bait cup (I know, my mice had unique taste), rocked the spring-loaded metal piece into place, and heard the safety mechanism click. That was much simpler -- and much less likely to snap on my fingers -- than the old style.
The traps are durable and reusable. I caught one mouse with one trap, and three with the other. Once caught, the hapless victims were simple to dispose of without touching them, thanks to the same "rocker bar" design that makes it a breeze to set.
I suggest these to everyone!!
Now I have caught only one or two full grown rats. An adult rat is too smart. So you have to try other methods as well. I have a live animal trap, and I have used electric traps. Every now and then I use poison, even though I hate it to catch the adult rats that I can't eliminate.
I give this trap 5 stars because it can be used again and again. It's inexpensive and effective. It keeps the rat population low by eliminating the young ones before they have babies.
The cons: It often won't catch the adults. It occasionally misfires and catches a leg or tail, which is very sad. The electric traps are much more humane. Unforrtunately, the electric traps are costly with batteries, and I personally have found they fail and need to be replaced frequently.