The original wood-based wire snap trap, the Victor® Easy Set® Rat Trap, 12 Pack, provides instant rodent control and is safe for household use. For effective rat control, each rat trap comes pre-baited with a large, scented plastic ‘swiss cheese’ trip pedal. The large pedal of this rat trap is easily activated – both by rodent interest in food and through accidental contact as rats scamper across the floor – to ensure maximum trapping.
Once a rodent triggers the pedal, the rat trap immediately springs closed to eliminate the pest on contact. The rat trap can then be easily disposed of for quick and clean removal. These traps require no chemicals or poisons, so they are an ideal rat control device for use around food, water, children and pets.
With superior quality and effectiveness, the Victor® rat trap has become the #1 selling trap in the world - with over 1 billion sold. Also, Victor® rat traps are the professionals’ trap of choice.
Victor® Easy Set® Rat Traps are the only traps constructed from environmentally responsible, Forest Stewardship Council certified wood. Made in the USA!
The 12 pack of disposable rat traps is safe for use around food, water, children and pets. Victor® Easy Set® Rat Traps are perfect for use anywhere in the home. These rat traps should be placed where rodents travel, such as along walls at 2 to 3 foot intervals.
Victor® - Innovative Rodent Control Solutions from the Company You’ve Trusted for Over 100 Years.
Victor® Easy Set® Rat Trap - 12 Pack - Specifications
12 Pre-baited rat traps
Expanded trigger for the highest catch rates
Easy to use thanks to its EASY-SET® design
For clean and quick trapping
Can be used around kids and pets
Made in the U.S.A.
Made environmentally responsible from Forest Stewardship Council Certified wood
Placed four traps in our laundry room along a wall as instructed. First night, no action, just "evidence" that the traps had been visited. Second evening, BAM, killed three mice in less than six hours. I think the instructions on the package should have been a bit more detailed. I checked the website to make sure I was setting things up correctly.
Fake Cheese Real Rats November 21, 2010
Why I can no longer find this reliable pre-baited RAT trap at my local retailer is beyond me. Had I put a notch in it everytime I had a kill, there would be a scalloped edge clear around the trap.
My wife finally told me to toss it in the trash because it was so gross; bloodstained and all... Sorry, that's reality when a trap works well!
Now it's up to Victor's sales reps to make it readily available in the So Calif area.
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 rats or mice, a dozen traps are not too many. For severe rat or 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 rats and 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.
Q:How do I keep my pets away from the mouse/rat traps? A: Place the trap inside a small cardboard box that has enough height to allow the trap to snap. Cut a 3" x 3 opening on two opposite sides of the box. Place the box with a baited trap in a known rodent path.
Q:How many of mice are born at once? How do I know that
I've trapped them all? A: It’s practically impossible to tell when you've trapped them all. You should continue to trap as long as you see mice or notice signs of activity. The most apparent sign of an infestation is fresh droppings.
Q:What is the most common mistake in trapping? A: The true number of rodents present is underestimated. As a result, not enough traps are used. Although you have killed a few rodents, the remainder of the population continues to multiply.