The Victor® Electronic Mouse Trap delivers a high-voltage shock that humanely kills mice in
seconds with zero escapes. A set of 4 “AA” batteries (not included) provides
enough power to kill up to 100 mice.
Easy to Use
Electronic Mouse Trap is very easy to use. Simply bait, place in a high rodent traffic area and turn it on.
When baiting, make sure you don’t get any bait or other material on the metal
plates, as this will accidentally trigger the trap. And because it’s
electronic, the trap is designed for indoor use only.
Once the trap has been turned on, a green light will blink once to indicate the trap is working properly. You’ll also hear a faint buzzing sound as the trap powers up. After a mouse is caught, simply open the lid and dump the mouse into the trash for a no-see, no-touch experience.
A built-in safety switch automatically deactivates the trap whenever the lid is open. In addition to preventing escapes by holding the mouse in place, its unique tunnel design keeps children and pets from reaching into the trap.
After a rodent is caught, it can then be dumped directly into the trash for a no-see, no-touch disposal.
Safe for use anywhere indoors, does not contain poisons or chemicals, the Victor® Electronic Mouse Trap can be used for years to ensure effective mouse control.
Remove battery cover.
Insert 4 “AA” batteries (not included).
Replace the battery cover.
Open the lid on the electronic mouse trap. 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 gloves, a Q-tip, toothpick or another tool to bait so your scent is not transferred onto the trap. Close the lid.
Place the trap where you have seen signs of rodent activity or along the wall where rodents primarily travel. The trap should be placed lengthwise against the wall with the entrance hole nearest the wall.
Turn on the trap – a green light will blink once showing the trap is working properly.
A blinking green light will indicate a kill. Dispose of the dead rodent, bait, reset and place for continued rodent control.