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Victor Multi-Kill Electronic Mouse Trap M260
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- Smart circuit technology senses mice to trigger high voltage electronic shock to eliminate up to 10 mice per setting; 150 per set of 4C batteries(included)
- Patented Shock N' Drop Chamber rotates, dropping the mouse into the collection drawer
- Safe for kids and pets with built-in safety switch that automatically deactivates the trap whenever its door is open
- 2 staircases allow for dual entry
- Easy to use, simply bait, turn on, & empty
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|Item Dimensions||5 x 4 x 8.5 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||M260|
|Shipping Weight||1.85 pounds|
From the Manufacturer
Victor Multi-Kill Electronic Mouse Trap
Say goodbye to unwanted mice with help from the Victor Multi-Kill Electronic Mouse Trap. A more efficient alternative to traditional snap traps, the powerful trap kills mice in seconds using a humane, high-voltage shock.
The trap features two separate staircases that mice can climb to reach the Shock N' Drop Chamber where the bait and metal plates are located. As the mouse steps onto the metal plates to reach the bait, the trap’s advanced smart circuit technology senses the rodent and instantly delivers the high-voltage shock for a quick, effective, and humane kill. The trap’s patented tunnel design and beveled columns hold the mouse in place, preventing escapes and ensuring a 100-percent kill rate. Best of all, the trap’s chamber rotates automatically to deposit the dead mouse into the collection drawer, then resets itself.
The Victor Multi-Kill Mouse Trap kills 10 mice per setting and up to 150 mice per set of four ‘C’ batteries (included). With each kill, the indicator light on top of the trap blinks green for up to seven days. The light blinks yellow when the collection drawer is full, and it blinks red when the batteries run low and need to be replaced. In addition, the electronic mouse trap offers a hygienic, no-see, no-touch disposal. Simply slide open the collection drawer and dump the dead mice directly into the trash.
- Humane, high-voltage shock kills mouse in seconds
- Kills 10 mice per setting
- Kills 150 mice per set of batteries
- Easy-to-use: bait, place, turn on and empty
- Beveled columns hold mouse in place for no escapes
- Built-in safety switch and tunnel design protect children and pets
- No-see, no-touch experience
- Indoor use only
- No chemical or poisons
- Trap is reusable
- Requires 4 "C" batteries (included)
Simple to Bait and Use
The Victor Multi-Kill Electronic Mouse Trap is easy-to-use. Start by removing and un-wrapping the four ‘C’ batteries (included). Place the batteries in the battery compartment. Then, open the top of the trap. Using a Q-tip or toothpick (to avoid leaving your scent), add an enticing snack like peanut butter or chocolate in the bait trough located along the back wall of the trap. Close the lid and place the mouse 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 green light will blink once and a short buzzing sound will be heard to indicate the trap is functioning properly.
Designed for indoor use only, the Victor Multi-Kill Electronic Mouse Trap provides years of effective rodent control—perfect for attics, garages, basements, and sheds. Safe for use around children and pets when used as directed, the trap is poison and chemical free. The built-in safety switch automatically deactivates the trap whenever the lid is open, and a unique tunnel shape prevents children and pets from reaching into the trap.
|Electronic Mouse Traps||Kill & Seal Mouse Trap||Tri-Kill Mouse Trap||Value Added Traps||Snap Mouse Traps|
|Kill per Setting||1, 3 or 10, depending on trap||1||3||1||1|
|Kill Method||Humane, high voltage shock||Powerful bar||Powerful snare||Powerful kill bar||Powerful kill bar|
|Ease of Use||Insert batteries, bait, turn on and place||Bait, set and place||Bait, set and place||Bait, set and place||Bait, set and place|
|Bait Location||Along the back wall in the trough or on the back wall||Hatch||Trough||Hook or Trough, depending on trap||Pedal or Pre-baited depending on trap|
|Kill Indicator Notification||Blinking green indicator light||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Safety Information||No chemicals or poisons, built in safety switch and beveled tunnel design protects children and pets||No chemicals or poisons, use with caution around children and pets||No chemicals or poisons, use with caution around children and pets||No chemicals or poisons, use with caution around children and pets||No chemicals or poisons, use with caution around children and pets|
|Reusable or Disposable||Reusable||Disposable||Reusable or Disposable||Reusable or Disposable||Reusable or Disposable|
|Indoor or Outdoor Use||Indoor||Indoor or Outdoor||Indoor or Outdoor||Indoor or Outdoor||Indoor or Outdoor|
|Dead Rodent Visible||No||No||Yes||Yes||Yes|
Top Customer Reviews
We ordered our first Victor M-260 and gave it a try. I wanted to order 2 but we wanted to see if it would work first. After reading other reviews we followed some of their tips like baiting the steps etc. The first night we caught 0. We were disapointed. Then we tried to think like a mouse and the second night placed it sideways along the wall where they run along the wall edge and then scoot under the heat vents. We caught 8 !!! Then 6's then 4's then 1 or 2 a night...until we hit 30! Sad yes...but I can not share my house with mice. We ordered a second Victor to keep upstairs and we keep one downstairs to catch any new visitors! If at first it doesn't work, change how and where you have it placed. It is easy and you don't have to touch anything gross!
UPDATE: Bought another one because we have a serious mouse problem in our tack room/office. Baited it with peanut butter inside, plus a bit on both sets of steps. Turned it on and the next morning there were ELEVEN mice in the drawer. Smaller traps set in different places didn't get any, but this one did. I will increase the star rating if it lasts longer than a few months. Otherwise, that's a cost of roughly $8/mouse so far....
UPDATE 2: Just under three months in and the unit has quit working entirely. Put new batteries in when it started flashing red (slow flash) and now it is flashing red rapidly (indicating a problem). No information comes with the device allowing you to determine what the problem is and how to fix it. After that first kill of 11 mice, we got maybe 4-5 more over 2 months. Instead of increasing the star rating from a 3 up, I decreased it down to a 1. Just doesn't last which makes it an expensive way of killing mice. :(
The way it works is that you install 4 "C" batteries (included), bait it by putting a pea-size blob of peanut butter on a certain spot inside the trap, and then place it against a wall that mice are known to run along. The back of the trap features two, tiny mouse stairways where the mice enter the trap. They must walk across electrified metal plates to reach the peanut butter, and they are electrocuted before they reach it. Then, the little mouse corpses drop down through the floor into a receptacle drawer, which you pull out from the front to empty. NOTE: this is only for mice. It will not accommodate rats and I doubt the electrical charge would be strong enough to kill a rat.
There is an on/off switch on the front of the trap. An indicator light above the switch tells you when the device is on, if the device has killed a mouse, if the rodent receptacle is full, if the batteries are low, or if there is a problem with the device. The owners manual explains the different blinking patterns of the indicator light.
The manual states the rodent receptacle will hold up to 10 dead mice, but I think 5 or 6 is more accurate unless they are tiny, tiny mice. The drawer comes out easily and you never have to touch the mice. The manual also suggests that you turn the trap off and wipe down the electrocution plates after every 10 kills with a damp cloth - no soaps or cleansers. Soaps and cleansers are often scented, which mice will generally avoid.
I placed this trap in my tool shed, which I know to be frequented by mice occasionally.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have pets, one being a parrot who likes to throw his food everywhere. My dog cleans up what hits the floor but some food falls into his litter pan. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Britney Wilson
I purchased 2 of these devices about 5 months ago. They worked fairly well for 4 or 5 months. I baited the traps in the garage and had 3 to 4 dead mice by the next morning. Read morePublished 3 days ago by FarmerBob
This is my 3rd purchased. the "V" lights up when theres a mouse. Just open the drawer and throw it out. Easy. Kills the mouse instantly.Published 18 days ago by Amazon Customer
Bought 2 of these and they didn't work. The first 1 never turned on and the second worked for a night. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
This is the second trap we have the 1st quit very shortly after we got it Victor replaced it and now we have another in less than 8 months that's 2 that quit. Read morePublished 1 month ago by meg
old fashioned mouse traps work 100 times better. have had zero success with this onePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Great concept but didn't work at all. Wasn't able to catch any mice or ratsPublished 2 months ago by Amanda Simermeyer