Chemical-free repelling of moles and gophers. Solar powered sonic spike offers a non-toxic alternative for driving moles and gophers out of your yard. Sonic pulses penetrate the soil, sending underground pests scurrying away. No batteries required, solar charge lasts up to 5 days. read full product details »
Sweeney’s Solar Powered mole and gopher repeller offers a poison-free way to drive away moles, gophers. Every 30 seconds, sonic pulses penetrate the soil, emitting a penetrating sound which is irritating to moles and gophers who are virtually blind and extremely sensitive to sound and vibrations. This method encourages moles to leave the property, and the solar operated spike continues to discourage return visits.
No batteries are required to operate the waterproof solar spike; one solar charge will last up to 5 days. The spike is built with a mow-over design and safe to use around pets. Allow 7-14 days before moles and gophers start to move away from the area.
View video for tips on how to drive moles from your yard with Sweeney’s® Solar Powered Sonic Spike™:
How to Use
STEP 1-Use a wooden stake or steel rod to make a pilot hole prior to inserting the Solar Powered Sonic Spike™ into the ground.
STEP 2-Insert the spike until the bottom of the spike head begins touching the ground to prevent the chance of hitting it with a lawnmower or tripping on it.
STEP 3-To activate, slide switch to "ON".
STEP 4-Remove Solar Powered Sonic Spike™ when flooding may occur or before ground freezes.
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Sonic Spike Repellents
Mode of Action
Kills; Spears or pinches the mole or gopher
Kills; Poisons the mole or gopher
Repels; Castor oil contaminates the tunnel and the mole or gopher's food source
Repels; Sonic pulses repel the mole and gopher
Locate active tunnel, place and set trap
Locate active tunnel, place bait in tunnel
Locate active area, spray/shake directly from container, water-in with hose
Locate active tunnel, place spike near tunnel
No chemicals or poisons, use with caution around children and pets
Do not use around children and pets
No chemicals or poisons, safe to use around children and pets
No chemicals or poisons, safe to use around children and pets
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Sweeney’s® Solar Powered Sonic Spike™
Moles and gophers are chased away unharmed
Solar powered, no batteries required
One charge lasts 5 days
Will not harm pets
Spike covers up to 7,500 sq. ft.
Sonic pulses emitted every 30 seconds
Spike operates in a circular pattern, approximately 95 ft. in diameter
This thing still works all year long 3 years after I put it out on my flower bed. It even survives being covered with snow for a few days.
Amazon ReviewNovember 07, 2013
Reviewer: Regina Kupferschmidt
The fact that you don't need to fuss with batteries makes this product very economical and a time saver. Although it takes 7 to 14 days to work, they will ultimately do the job moving the molls. I have used a number of different moll repellent products and this one I like the most.
Amazon ReviewOctober 30, 2013
We are very pleased. Have had a terrible problem with moles digging up the entire yard. We placed it in the center of the front yard and after about a week we didn't see any further tunnels. Will be ordering one for the back yard as well.
Amazon ReviewAugust 15, 2013
Reviewer: robert kimpel
My first one I had several years and it finally faded out, but it did a wonderful job of getting rid of the moles. I am going to get another one for my back yard now. I would definitely recommend one to anyone who is having problems with moles.
Amazon ReviewJuly 29, 2013
Reviewer: Steve Scott
I've been using this product in tandem with Poison Peanuts Pellets. Between them, my chipmunk problem seems to have abated.
Amazon ReviewJuly 11, 2013
Reviewer: James W. Leinart
I was skeptical about this product at first. I have a postage stamp size yard, 10 yards by 15 yards. I tried a professional company, $250, to poison them but it only worked a month. I tried the spike trap but could never spear any. I have not seen a mole tunnel in 3 weeks.
Amazon ReviewJune 23, 2013
Reviewer: Russell G. Moore
It was a lucky strike to find this available from Amazon. I have a mole problem and it's been ongoing for some time now. I refuse to poison them or inhumanely trap them, so this product was just the thing for my problem.
It works. The moles stay away. I don't have to feel bad about killing them or setting them free elsewhere. However, I can hear the noise this thing makes. It's worth it for me because the moles are worse than the sound, but consider that when making your decision to buy.
Amazon ReviewMay 31, 2013
Reviewer: S. Starcher
I have used these for over a year and they seem to work. The moles were burrowing in my flower beds and ruining my flowers. I put out a couple of these solar spikes and the moles have disappeared. Good product.
Amazon ReviewMay 20, 2013
Reviewer: Prof. Crayzee
I have used these for over a year and they seem to work. The moles were burrowing in my flower beds and ruining my flowers. I put out a couple of these solar spikes and the moles have disappeared. Good So we were super skeptical about this item... for a few reasons. 1 is that it's hard to prove it's working and 2 we have pets and didn't want them to get annoyed by this.
The box says 7-14 days before ground rodents start to move away from the area- but we put it in a raised bed in the garden and got instant results. We had a pest that was eating our yummies. And it literally stopped coming. Maybe it's more powerful if just placed in a small bed because the power is amplified so much since it doesn't reach as far out as open ground (the product claims a radius of 95 feet).
In any case we like it. 2 Caveats.
1) it pulses every 36 seconds. It is audible close by. Kind of annoying when working in the garden, but easy enough to turn off with the power switch.
2) the box reminds you to not try to drive it into the ground with a hammer since this would break the solar panels on top. It says to drive a pilot in with a steel rod, but probably not everyone has one with the right diameter handy. So be prepared to make a "pilot hole". The base is about an inch thick.
Amazon ReviewApril 25, 2013
Reviewer: R. Neil Scott
Over the last year I have begun to have a Mole problem in my backyard. Naturally, when I saw the Sweeney's Mole and Gopher Solar Spike on the Vine review program I thought I'd try it. It is not easily installed but I have not had any further signs of activity since putting it into the ground. I have a small yard so for now this one seems to be enough. If my area were larger I would be willing to purchase another.
Amazon ReviewApril 18, 2013
When the snow thaws I'm left with a torn up lawn from the moles. I figured that I've give this product a try as it's easy to use and doesn't cost a ton of money. It was easy to install in my soil. Every 30 seconds or so a sonic pulse penetrates the soil, sending off a penetrating sound which is irritating to moles and gophers. I don't find the sound annoying at all as some have said, I hardly notice it and I've been sitting about five feet away reading in my yard. But the moles will find the sound very annoying and want to leave your yard. It will also discourage other moles and gophers from doing damage to your yard. No batteries are required, you just use the sun for the solar panel. After I inserted the device into the earth, I repaired any damage to the yard that the moles had done during the winter. So far I haven't seen any new damage to my lawn, if I do I'll update my review.