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Rat Zapper Classic Rat Trap - No touch, No see Disposal RZC001
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- Cleanly, quickly and humanely kills mice and rats with a strong and deadly shock.
- Easy to use. Insert batteries, bait, turn it on, place, and relax. The device is powered by 4 AA batteries which usually last 30-60 days
- Hands-free "no touch, no view" disposal reduces "yuck" factor of a common mouse and rat trap
- Safe and sanitary. While always wise to use caution around kids and pets, there is no blood, mess, chemicals, or poisons
- Great for home use and occasional infestations
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Rat Zapper Classic Rat Trap
Get rid of rats fast with this Rat Zapper Classic Rat Trap. A more humane alternative to traditional snap traps, the trap kills mice and average-size rats using a high-voltage shock. The bait, placed along the back wall of the trap, lures the rodent inside the chamber and onto the metal plates. Its advanced smart circuit technology senses the rodent and instantly delivers 8,000 volts for two minutes, ensuring a permanent kill. The Rat Zapper Classic Rat Trap kills up to 20 rats per set of 4 ‘AA’ batteries (not included).
Designed for indoor use or anywhere it’s not exposed to outdoor elements, the reusable Rat Zapper Classic Rat Trap provides years of effective rodent control—perfect for attics, garages, basements, and sheds. The trap does not use any poisons or chemicals, but as with any electronic device, it should be used with caution around children and pets.
- High-voltage shock kills rodent
- Easy-to-use: Bait, place, turn on and empty
- Kills one rat per setting
- Kills up to 20 rats per set of batteries
- No-see, no-touch experience
- For indoor use only
- No poison or chemicals
- Use with caution around children and pets
- Light indicates kill or low battery
- Trap is reusable
- Requires 4 ‘AA’ batteries (not included)
Simple to Bait and Use
The Rat Zapper Classic Rat Trap is easy to use. Simply insert four ‘AA’ batteries (not included) into the battery compartment and replace the cover. Then, using a Q-tip or toothpick (to avoid leaving your scent), bait the trap through the entrance by adding an enticing snack like peanut butter or dry pet food on or along the back wall of the trap. Place the rat trap in areas of noticeable activity or lengthwise along the wall with the entrance side closest to the wall. Flip the switch to ‘on’, and it’s good to go—a red light will blink once to indicate the trap is functioning properly.
When there’s a kill, the indicator light on top of the trap will blink red. Simply tip to safely dump the dead rodent directly into the trash for easy and hygienic, no-touch, no-see disposal.
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Wish you could get rid of rats and mice with no mess, no hassles... not even a need to see the dead mouse or rat? Stop wishing! Meet the rat and mouse trap that can do the job! Not an ultrasonic device. Simply bait with ordinary pet food. No poisons to endanger your pets or the environment. Mice and rats enter the chamber and are dispatched humanely with a quick but powerful jolt of electricity. The red light tells you when you have a catch. No blood, no gore, no mess! You don't even need to look at the rodent; simply tip the Rat Zapper and let the dead rodent slide out. More humane than traditional snap mouse traps or glue boards 100% customer satisfaction - guaranteed. Great for use in homes, ranches, business and commercial applications. Approximately 20 kills with 4-AA Duracell Alkaline batteries. About 30 kills with Energizer Lithium batteries. Dimensions: approximately 11.5 L x 4.5 W x 4.5 H inches
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The little bugger is smart and takes the food right off the old school trap without triggering it. Decided to go high tech and got this beautiful Rat Zapper thing from Amazon with same day delivery. First night no luck using a piece of bacon smeared with some cheese. Very disappointed.
Second night I got a bigger piece of cheese smeared with peanut butter and jackpot!! I was a bit disappointed at first when I saw my motion cam alert go off every 30min all night but turns out it was from the trap's blinking light that it scored a kill. Win. Easy to clean too, just dump everything out. I put the gooey bait on a piece of paper and slid it into the trap so when I dump it out, everything comes out easy.
I am renaming this Rat Zapper to a new code name "Freaking Awesome Rat Trap 2000" (aka FART 2K). Here's a pic of the little bugger right before it got executed (or electrocuted) by FART. RIP and let this be a warning to all other mice to not even think about coming near this kitchen. Ban!
UPDATE-Mickey came back and brought friends and got FARTed. Got a pic of the little new bugger sitting on top of the unit right before it met its maker. This device is the bomb. Quick tip if you use rechargeable battery to make sure it's fully charged each night for maximum lethal dose. Happy hunting.
Then one day, we got into my wife's car, after it sat in the garage over the weekend. It stunk. The seat belts were chewed. The seat track covers were chewed. There was pieces seat foam, feces (and god knows what else) on the carpets. I then made the disgusting discovery that a rat had found it's way into the covered, but otherwise large, empty, and insulated area underneath the center console. It had made a nest with socks, hair bands, dried, unused diaper wipes, and other bits and bobs my very small children had thrown on the floor of the car, as they do. I'm still disgusted at the thought of breathing in air that was blowing around in this nest and then out the vents.
It was by some random chance that I happened to open a plastic box one day that had the rat inside. I managed to trap it and kill it. It had cost us hundreds of dollars in car repairs, and hours vacuuming, shampooing, and wiping down the inside of the car. I thought my problem was solved, until 2 months later when there were further signs of activity in the car. At that point I knew I couldn't leave it to chance, I had to do something ASAP, before the damage was worse. Given the cost of the previous unwelcome occupant, I went all out and multi-spectrum. Traditional snap traps, glue traps, a plank-bucket dealie, and finally as a hail-Mary, the Rat Zapper. Initially I didn't bait the zapper, and for a couple of weeks nothing happened. The glue trap had also failed. Earlier in the week it had caught something, but all that was left were chunks of fur and some tail skin. I figured this was a foreboding sign. Finally more stuff was chewed in the car and in desperation I peanut buttered everything one night. I woke up the next day and proceeded through my menagerie of death. The plank? Pieces of peanut butter were floating in the water. Something happened, but there was no rat. The snap traps? No kidding here, it had managed to eat the peanut butter off of every single one without setting them off! I had never seen this before. Sure, some get away after it snaps, but this was some ninja level sht. Finally I glance into the far corner of the garage and to my surprise and relief I see a faintly blinking red light on the wall. Success! It had gone after the peanut butter in the zapper, and never came out. The tail alone stuck 6 inches or more out of the trap. It managed to bag some sort of monster rat. That alone, was worth the price I paid for it.
After dumping the rat and disposing of it, I got another one a couple of days later. Now I'm going to buy a second one.
Is $45 a lot for a rat trap? Not if it works. That money is worth it for the ease of use, success in trapping, and the peace of mind that I won't open my car door one day to find some squatter had moved in.
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