Victor® Multi-Kill™ Electronic Mouse Trap - 5 Pack
The Victor® Multi-Kill™ Mouse Trap uses a high-voltage shock to kill mice in seconds. More efficient than traditional single-mouse snap traps, the Multi-Kill™ can kill up to ten mice per setting and up to 150 mice per set of four “C” batteries, with a 100% kill rate.
The Victor® Multi-Kill™ Mouse Trap is very easy-to-use. Simply bait, place and turn on. When baiting, be sure not to overbait, and don’t get any bait or other material directly on the metal plates as this will falsely trip the system. A green light will flash once to indicate the trap is working properly.
There are two ways into the Victor® Multi-Kill™ Mouse Trap, and zero ways out. Mice climb one of two staircases to reach the Shock N' Drop Chamber™ where the bait and metal plates are located. Inside, the patented tunnel design and beveled columns hold the mouse in place as it steps onto metal plates to reach the bait. This contact completes the circuit and issues a high-voltage shock that kills the mouse in seconds. The chamber rotates automatically to deposit the mouse into the Collection Drawer, and then resets itself for the next mouse.
The light above the power switch will blink green for up to seven days to indicate a kill. A yellow light blinks when the collection drawer is full, and a red light blinks to let you know when to replace the batteries. To dispose of the mice, just slide open the collection drawer and dump the bodies directly into the trash for a safe, clean, no-see, no-touch disposal.
The Multi-Kill™ Mouse Trap can be used anywhere indoors. It doesn’t use chemicals or poisons, and features a built-in safety switch that automatically deactivates the trap whenever the lid is opened, making it safe to use around children and pets.
- Remove battery cover. Unwrap and insert the 4 “C” batteries provided. Replace the battery cover.
- Open the top of the Multi-Kill 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 a Q-tip, toothpick or another tool to bait so your scent is not transferred onto the trap. Close the lid on the electronic mouse trap.
- 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, place and reset for continued rodent control.
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The Victor® Multi-Kill™ Mouse Trap features a built-in safety switch that automatically deactivates the trap whenever the kill chamber door is opened. The trap has no poisons or chemicals and is safe to use anywhere in the home. The Victor® Multi-Kill™ is extremely economical and can be used for years to ensure effective mouse control.
Which Trap is Right for You?Kill per SettingKills per Set of BatteriesBatteries RequiredKill MethodRemote Notification System10 Mice150 mice4 "C" batteriesHumane, high-voltage shock3 Mice100 mice4 "AA" batteriesHumane, high-voltage shock1 Mouse100 mice4 "AA" batteriesHumane, high-voltage shock
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Victor® Multi-Kill™ Electronic Mouse Trap, 5-Pack
- Each trap kills 10 mice without resetting
- Each trap kills 150 mice per set of batteries
- High voltage shock kills mice in 5 seconds
- Beveled columns hold mouse in place for 100% Kill Rate – no escapes!
- Patented 3-plate design
- 2 staircases allow for dual entry
- Shock N” Drop Chamber rotates to drop mice into Collection Drawer
- Collection Drawer holds 10 mice
- Easy to use – simply bait, turn on, & empty
- Smart circuit technology senses mice to trigger electronic shock
- Built-in safety switch and tunnel design protects kids and pets
- Non-toxic, poison free
- Blinking Green-light flashes for 7 days to indicate kill
- Each trap requires 4 “C” batteries (included)
- Blinking Red-light indicates low battery
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Review RateIf only they'd enter this thing
These things work... That is if the mice would actually enter!! Had these for weeks no catch... Got the rat zapper, and kill after kill after kill. In the two years of so that we have both traps set out, I can't even count how many kills we got. But the multi-kill has only killed maybe two. The bait is still there... The only issue is, the mice don't seem to want to go in. Save your money and get the cheaper and much more effective rat zapper.Response From Victor®Patty : Consumer Relations Representative
Thank you for the time taken to provide this feedback. We apologize for this experience.
When mice are reluctant to enter a trap, they can often be enticed by adding bait at the entrance. Placing a small bit of peanut butter at the top of the steps on this trap should increase the catch rate.
Please give our Consumer Relations Team a call at 1-855-5-VICTOR (1-855-584-2867) with additional questions.
Review RateBummerDon't work they get in eat the peanut butter but no dead mice, so bummed really expensive and nothing:-(Response From Victor®Tara : Consumer Relations RepresentativeWe appreciate the time taken to share your feedback and apologize for this experience.
When placing the bait, we recommend to use a small amount of peanut butter and place on the back wall only. No bait should touch the metal plates of the trap.
We recommend cleaning the trap. To proceed, turn the trap off, take out the batteries, and wipe down the metal plates with a damp cloth using unscented dish soap and water only. Let the trap air dry completely, insert the batteries, bait, and turn the trap back on.
Please contact our Consumer Relations Team at 1-855-5-VICTOR (1-855-584-2867) for further assistance.
Review RateAmazon ReviewWe had this stored in our garage for the winter. When we grabbed it for the warmer weather there was a dead mouse in it. Proof that this thing really works in any environment!
Review RateAmazon ReviewOk. I purchase this for our newly built home. We were surprised to see mouses roaming around our home. I tried the poison cubes, a little cautious to use these because we have 3 little girls. I also tried the "traditional spring loaded mouse trap"....ngeh! nothing. So I saw this. Great reviews. I received it fairly fast (esp. since I live in Hawaii). Ok, I followed instructions and went a step further to put little gob of peanut butter up the little steps leading to the "electrical room"...didnt get anything for a week. Then on the 2nd week, a light blinked, meaning to say something got caught. YES! it worked. Cleaned it out and lock and load for the next invitational. Yes, it is a little pricey. But it works.
Review RateAmazon Review, A better mouse trapThis thing is unbelievable. We caught over a dozen mice in the spring over a 3 day period. Best part is that the cleanup is real easy. Just dump the drawer and make sure the bait is still good for the next round. I'd estimate you could probably get 8 small mice in the drawer or 4-5 average sized ones. I had the best success with peanut butter. I also put a small amount on the steps to lure them in. The only thing to warn of is to make sure it is in an easily monitored location and that you check it at least daily. It can get pretty ripe if one is in there for a few days. Fortunately the blinking light makes it simple to identify if you have a kill or not.
Review RateWorks Great When Properly UsedThis worked great for me. I have a few tips.1. Place bait(I prefer PB) on back wall of kill chamber, and a tiny amount on stairs leading up to kill chamber.2. Make sure the light briefly turns green and you hear a short buzzing noise when turning the M260 on. This shows it is actually on and working.3. I would suggest checking for dead mice on avg. once per week. More if you have a lot of mice, less if you dont. I would say check at least every 2 weeks.4. Make sure the M260 rear stairs area is up against a wall in an area the mice frequent.5. Make sure you take away any other food source for the mice inside your home/garage etc... You want the bait n the M260 to be what they want to eat.6. If no results after 1 to 2 weeks, move trap to another area, using the above tips.7. If you are trying to catch Squirrels, Chipmunks, Rats etc.. this trap WILL NOT work.
Review RateAmazon ReviewWe've tried all types of traps but have never been as impressed as we have been with viktor multi kill electronic. It does what it says, and very effectively, and efficiently. No one likes having mice, or having to kill them, but this is truly the best way to handle it. The first day I put it out, I caught two mice. Then a few more the first week. Now we catch one every once in a while. This thing really works. We have a dog so we can't have the other styles of trap, si thus is great. There is an occasional false alarm, but its no big deal. Buy this if you have rodents, you won't be disappointed. Well worth the money.
Review RateFantastic productThe first night I had a multi kill. Trap is easy to set up and disposal of remains is a snap. Highly recommend this trap.
Review RateDubious At First - Then Wow!I live in Barcelona and ordered the traps via Amazon in the US. I have chickens and had recently seen a few mice running around their feed area and didn't want them around. I used a standard trap for a few days but when I checked the trap, they would often not be dead, and not a clean, humane kill. I stopped that practice and ordered this trap with no expectations. The first 24 hours I did not catch anything, and thought I had made a bad investment, but on the second day I found 5 mice in the morning, reset the trap and two hours later caught another 10. I did not know I had that many mice living in the coop area. So very pleased with the results today and think this trap is amazing.
Review RateAmazon ReviewIt does just what it says it does. I've been catching 4 or 5 mice a week ever since I set this thing up (we live in a farm house ... lots of mice). You'd thin they'd learn, but they don't ... they just keep coming.
Victor® Multi-Kill™ Electronic Mouse Trap - Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How do I bait the Multi-Kill™? / What should I use to bait it?
A: To bait the Multi-Kill™ Mouse Trap, first make sure the trap is turned off. Open the kill chamber door located on top of the mouse trap. We’ve carefully researched and recommend baiting with anything high in protein like peanut butter or hazelnut spread. Place a small amount of bait (the size of a pea) against the back wall of the kill chamber. Be sure to use gloves or a tool to bait so your scent is not transferred onto the trap. Please don’t place the bait or any other material directly on the metal plates as this will falsely trip the system.
Q: Can it be used outdoors?
A: The Multi-Kill™ is recommended for indoor use only. This trap was designed and manufactured to be used indoors and not exposed to the elements. If this trap is used outside, the unit could potentially short out due to weather conditions, such as rain.
Q: How long does the battery last?
A: The batteries in the Multi-Kill™ mouse trap will provide approximately one year of stand-by power. The trap includes 4 "C" batteries.
Q: What may affect the effectiveness of an electronic trap?
A: To ensure that your trap works when it is supposed to, keep the metal plates clean so the trap won’t trigger at the wrong time.
- Don’t over-bait, as excess food could drop onto the plates and activate the trap, after which any rodent may safely enter to remove the food.
- Make sure that the plates are clear of any debris, especially urine or hair from a recent kill that may interfere with the unit’s proper function. Remember, both plates need to be clean so that the electric circuit is made complete by the rodent stepping on both.
Q:What does it mean when the light blinks green? Red?
A: When you turn on the trap, the green light will stay on for 2 seconds to confirm the trap is on. Then the light is supposed to go off. The green light will also blink to indicate a successful kill; however, in order to conserve battery, it only flashes about every 7 seconds. A blinking red light indicates that the batteries are running low and will need to be replaced.