Mice Cube 4 Pk - Reusable Humane Mouse Trap
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- Humane live no-kill mouse trap
- Safe, Clean, Silent, Re-usable
- Easy to Use - Catch & Release
- One way swinging door
- The Only Mousetrap You'll Ever Use
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|Item Weight||0.63 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||101-2|
|Package Height||4 x 4.9 x 7 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.9 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
However, since this is billed as a "humane" trap, I have to give it 1 star for the lack of ventilation. It had already started to fog up in the hour or so that it was occupied. Why is a "humane" trap designed in such a way that it will actually kill the animal if left unchecked for a relatively short period of time???
I will most definitely use this trap again should the need arise, however I plan to first put several ventilation holes in it using a small drill bit. I REALLY wish the manufacturer of this "humane" trap would address this very obvious design flaw.
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Bottom line: very effective and humane for small to mid size mice. For large mice, the trap is not long/ wide enough. Still a good buy, it works well for most mice and is very easy to catch and release. Also very nice to get a 4 pack, to place traps in multiple locations, speeding the whole process up.
I ordered a different larger trap, and it's arriving today. If anyone wants to know the results post a comment, I'll let you know if it did/ did not work.
This is the only video I have, but in the pictures section I have two shots of one of the six mice this trap did catch. So the video is kind of funny, but don't let it fool you, the trap was effective.
This trap catches them fast. The trick is to smear a very thin film of peanut butter outside the door. I mean REALLY thin. Invisible. So there's not enough there for the mouse to actually eat. That fires up their little appetites and they can't resist going all the way in to get the little cracker with the peanut butter on it. Put the trap down on the floor with one side against the wall, which reduces the options for the mouse to simply go around it.
But here's the problem: there's very little ventilation when the door closes behind them. They pee and poop in the trap and it's a mess after an hour or so. Condensation forms on the walls and the mouse looks all wet and it's panting for oxygen and it's fairly horrible. God forbid you forget to check it for a whole day. That happened to me twice. I simply forgot to check the trap for a day. Both times, the mouse inside was in horrible shape. Better it should have died quickly in a snap trap. They barely managed to crawl out of the traps when I "released" them. (I actually just dumped them out. I don't even want to describe how bad they looked.)
I then tried the green "smart mouse house" traps (or whatever they're called). Much better! Plenty of ventilation, more room inside. The mouse doesn't have to stand in its own excretia all day if I forget to check the trap. Much better.
If you can check the cube traps every few hours, then I guess they're ok. But if not, it would be kinder to just use a snap trap -- although sometimes you can set a snap trap and it disappears and you wonder what happened. So I just stick with the green traps now.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The BEST way to dispose of mice. I place several in my car to prevent them from getting into the cabin air filter. Mice jut LOVE climbing up the tires to get under the hood. Read morePublished 1 day ago by F. Van
Caught 2 the very first night on their suspected "road". The other 2 I guess they weren't near where they were so will need to reposition
Update: in the three... Read more
Works. We live out in the country and have a problem with field mice. Over the past few months I've caught and relocated about 5 mice. Lucky for them because we also have 4 cats.Published 2 days ago by maninblack
Bought these because we were seeing a mouse at work. We loaded the traps with mouse snacks, but our mice are apparently too smart to fall for it. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Jennifer S.
First night we used these, we caught our mouse. We'd tried Tomcat live catch mouse traps and the mouse didn't trigger them. It went in, ate the bait, and left. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Meg
Caught 1 mouse, but some mice must be avoiding it, not sure why. Good value, may need some tweaking of bait. I used peanut butter on cracker. Minor cracks in plastic. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Opiner