Note: Not recommended for outdoor use
The Victor® Multi-Kill™ Mouse Trap uses a high-voltage shock to kill mice in seconds. More efficient than traditional single-mouse snap traps, the Multi-Kill™ can kill up to ten mice per setting and up to 150 mice per set of four “C” batteries, with a 100% kill rate.
The Victor® Multi-Kill™ Mouse Trap is very easy to use. Simply bait, place and turn on. When baiting, be sure not to overbait, and don’t get any bait or other material directly on the metal plates as this will falsely trip the system. A green light will flash once to indicate the trap is working properly.
There are two ways into the Victor® Multi-Kill™ Mouse Trap, and no ways out. Mice climb one of two staircases to reach the Shock N' Drop Chamber™ where the bait and metal plates are located. Inside, the patented tunnel design and bevelled columns hold the mouse in place as it steps onto the metal plates to reach the bait. This contact completes the circuit and issues a high-voltage shock that kills the mouse in seconds. The chamber rotates automatically to deposit the mouse into the cCollection Ddrawer, and then resets itself for the next mouse.
The light above the power switch will blink green for up to seven days to indicate a kill. A yellow light blinks when the collection drawer is full, and a red light blinks to let you know when to replace the batteries. To dispose of the mice, just slide open the collection drawer and dump the bodies directly into the rubbish for a safe, clean, no-see, no-touch disposal.
The Multi-Kill™ Mouse Trap can be used anywhere indoors. It doesn’t use chemicals or poisons, and features a built-in safety switch that automatically deactivates the trap whenever the lid is opened, making it safe to use around children and pets.
1. Remove battery cover. Unwrap and insert the 4 “C” batteries provided. Replace the battery cover.
2. Open the top of the Multi-Kill Electronic Mouse Trap.
3. Bait the trap using the bait trough provided. The bait trough is located on the back wall of the trap. Apply a small amount of peanut butter or anything high in protein like chocolate, hazelnut spread, etc. Be sure to use a Q-tipcotton bud, toothpick or another tool to bait so your scent is not transferred onto the trap. Close the lid on the electronic mouse trap.
4. Place the trap where you have seen signs of rodent activity or along the wall where rodents tend to travel. The trap should be placed lengthwise against the wall with the entrance hole nearest the wall.
5. Turn on the trap – a green light will blink once showing the trap is working properly.
6. A blinking green light will indicate a kill and yellow light will blink when the collection drawer is full. Dispose of the dead rodent(s), clean, bait, place and reset for continued rodent control.
7. A red light indicates low battery power.
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Victor® Multi-Kill™ Electronic Mouse Trap
- Kills 10 mice without resetting
- Kills 150 mice per each per set of 4C batteries (not included)
- High voltage shock kills mice in 5 seconds
- Beveled columns hold mouse in place for 100% Kill Rate – no escapes!
- Patented 3-plate design
- 2 staircases allow for dual entry
- Shock N” Drop Chamber rotates to drop mice into Collection Drawer
- Collection Drawer holds 10 mice
- Easy to use – simply bait, turn on, & empty
- Smart circuit technology senses mice to trigger electronic shock
- Built-in safety switch and tunnel design protects children and pets
- Non-toxic, poison free
- Blinking Green-light flashes for 7 days to indicate kill
- Blinking Red-light indicates low battery
Victor® Multi-Kill™ Electronic Mouse Trap
- Location, Location, Location!
The most important rule for the effective use of traps is good trap placement location based on thorough inspections to determine the high-activity areas of rodents.
- Number of Traps
The most common trapping mistake is using of too few traps. For only a couple of mice, a dozen traps are not too many. For severe mouse infestations, traps should be placed close together in double sets in areas of high activity.
- Importance of the First Night
Statistics show that more mice are trapped on the first night than on any other night.
- Offer Multiple Bait Choices
When many rodents are involved, different types of baits should be used. Individuals in a rodent population forage for different types of food.
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Q: How do I bait it?/What should I use to bait it?
A: To bait the Multi-Kill™ Mouse Trap, first make sure the trap is turned off. Open the kill chamber door located on top of the mouse trap. We’ve carefully researched and recommend baiting with anything high in protein like peanut butter or hazelnut spread. Place a small amount of bait (the size of a pea) against the back wall of the kill chamber. Be sure to use gloves or a tool to bait so your scent is not transferred onto the trap. Please don’t place the bait or any other material directly on the metal plates as this will falsely trip the system.
Q: Can it be used outdoors?
A: The Multi-Kill™ is recommended for indoor use only. This trap was designed and manufactured to be used indoors and not exposed to the elements. If this trap is used outside, the unit could potentially short out due to weather conditions, such as rain.
Q: How long does the battery last?
A: The batteries in the Multi-Kill™ electronic mouse trap will provide approximately one year of stand-by power. The trap includes 4 "C" batteries.