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    Victor Multi-Kill Electronic Mouse Trap

    Victor Multi-Kill Electronic Mouse Trap

    Pest control specialist Victor new Multi-Kill Electronic Mouse Trap is a device that zaps mice dead in less than three seconds, and reloads almost instantly for the next prey.  The Multi-Kill has 100-percent success rate, and is the most advanced rodent control system available in the market. It’s also safer than using poisonous baits or spring-loaded traps, which may be harmful and dangerous to children or pets.


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    To catch the pests, bait the trap with peanut butter or bacon bits and the mice will walk through one of two entry points, up the staircase and into the electric chamber. To reach the bait, the rodent must make its way along three electrically-charged patented plates, which kill the mice humanely in less than three seconds.

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    After electrocution, the Shock N’ Drop Chamber automatically rotates and deposits the dead mouse in the collection drawer, keeping it hidden from sight.  The chamber holds up to ten mice before needing to be emptied. The Multi-Kill Electronic Mouse Trap automatically resets to capture the next mouse. The collection drawer holds up to 10 mice before it has to be emptied. Fully automated, Victor says the trap has the ability to eliminate your rodent problem in just one night.

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    A built-in safety switch automatically deactivates the trap when the door is open and the unique tunnel design means the trap is safe around children and pets. The traps requires four C-size batteries (included), which will eliminate up to 150 mice. The Victor Multi-Kill Electronic Mouse Trap sells for $99.99.

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