Rat Zapper Classic Rat Trap - 8 Traps
- Works as a mice zapper trap as well as for average-size rats
- Easy to use – insert batteries, bait, turn it on, place, and relax
- Hands-free “no touch, no view” disposal reduces “yuck” factor of a common mouse and rat trap
- Clean-up is easy and it can be reused indefinitely – your friends and family will want to borrow (and keep!) it
- One set of 4 AA batteries = 20 kills
- Battery replacement notification
- Safe and sanitary – while always wise to use caution around kids and pets, there is no blood, mess, chemicals, or poisons
- High 8,000-volt two-plate design delivers shock lasting two full minutes
- Red indicator light flashes repeatedly upon kill
- One-year warranty and lifetime customer support
- 8 traps
Rat Zapper Classic Rat Trap is rated out of 5 by 55.Rated 5 out of 5 by jaye from works well only drawback is mine needed lithium e2 batteries...a surprise after reading directionsDate published: 2016-01-31Rated 5 out of 5 by LooneyFarm from Cannot say enough about this product! I heard about this product from a friend and received mine a little over a week ago. We had something living in the attic (it sounded like they were playing soccer up there). We didn't bait the trap for rats as the instructions suggested. I got up the next morning expecting to have maybe caught a mouse but to my wonderful surprise, we had a rat! We have now killed two rats and the noise has stopped. We have killed many mice in the garage and I took one of the traps to my in-laws. Well worth the price of traps and I have recommended it to many. I should get a commission as all of my friends are buying them!Date published: 2015-11-03Rated 4 out of 5 by barnaclben from clean and effective I have been using one of these units for about 6 months. It works pretty good. Like all traps, the key is getting the pest into the trap. I like how clean this trap is and I can leave the dead rats out for the coyotes.Date published: 2015-10-13Rated 5 out of 5 by Capnlarry from They work! Last night I caught 3 mice & a big fat rat with 6 traps. Rarely have to rebait traps because they don't have much time for their last meal. :o) Sometimes the light is flashing without a catch.Date published: 2015-10-12Rated 4 out of 5 by Sherri from A tool against chipmunks Love the rat zapper when it's working unfortunately after a short time we have some trouble getting it to work properly I called the company and they were very nice about telling me how to clean it. Still having some issuesDate published: 2015-09-25Rated 5 out of 5 by Mgros from Very Easy! I bought three of the Rat Zappers for my chicken coup since I can't put poison out. After trying traditional traps where I might catch one every other day, I have a mouse in each trap every morning when I check it. So much easier and you don't have to touch the dead mouse.Date published: 2015-09-22Rated 5 out of 5 by momus40 from I can't believe it's killing so many rats I bought a Rat Zapper a week ago because our backyard rat was getting all of our tomatoes. I baited the trap with dry dog food without turning it on for 2 days and let the vermin get comfortable with it. Then I turned it on at sunset. When I checked before bed the red led was flashing. Dead rat number one. I re-baited the trap. In the morning: dead rat number two. I didn't realize I had more than one rat, silly me. The next night I set an old Victor snap trap as well. I got 3 rats in one night. I'm housing a rat village under my deck and didn't realize it. I'm up to 9 former tenants so far this week. What's so nice is that the process is so safe and clean.Date published: 2015-09-08Rated 5 out of 5 by Adam from BUY THIS IF YOU HAVE A RODENT PROBLEM This thing has 8 rats in the last month. Trick: Get some good stinky dry dog food. Put a pea size on the back on the plate and split one to lead them in...in a confined area. LOVE IT !Date published: 2015-08-25
Rat Zapper Classic Trap - Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Where do I place the trap?
A: Place the trap along the wall where rodents primarily travel or where you have seen signs of rodent activity. Rats are wary critters and they’ll initially avoid anything new in their environment. Good news is we’re smarter than they are! It may take a few days or nights for the first rat to enter your trap but be patient!
Q: How do I bait the trap?/What should I use to bait the trap?
A: To bait the Rat Zapper, first make sure the trap is turned off. Place the bait along or on the back wall of the trap. Be sure to use gloves or a tool to bait so your scent is not transferred onto the trap. We’ve carefully researched dry pet food and found it an excellent lure. Other dried baits (nuts, dehydrated fruit, etc.) can also work well. Goopy Bait Note: Please don’t place moist or goopy bait in your Rat Zapper unless you place it in a plastic container, like a medium plastic bottle cap, and then slide it to the back of your Rat Zapper. (Otherwise you may goop the electronics and/or falsely trip the system.)
Q: What type of batteries do I need?
A: The Rat Zapper Ultra requires 4 “D” alkaline batteries which will provide approximately two years of stand-by power. Use high quality alkaline batteries to ensure the best results.