Most Recent Customer Reviews
Review RateGood traps , so far.
Seem to work fine. Have not caught multiples yet tho so can not talk to that part. The clean up is great . These are a little expensive tho, but do work well.
Review RateIs it a better mousetrap? You can decide
Very easy to setup and deploy. First night I had 2 mice dead. Since then have not caught anything. Have not seen any signs of another mouse
Review RateWorkes great, but broke too quickly.
When brand new they worked great, 3-5 mice every time I checked (2-4 days intervals)! However, within about 2 months, the units started failing. The first indicator was the replace battery light coming on and would not stop even after replacing the batteries. Re-cleaned everything and replaced batteries (again). While I was cleaning another unit, the first units cycled (after 30 seconds) and continued cycling about every 30 seconds. The second unit started doing the same thing. Tried using them anyway, but with the red light flashing, nothing was being caught. Victor eventually replaced 2 of the 3 units. Now the 3nd unit is doing the same. Great product, but there needs to be some more rethinking on how it works.
I haven't caught anything yet and I know there are mice. been well over a month now. can't really give a good reviewResponse From Victor®Patty : Consumer Relations Representative
We are sorry to hear about this experience and are happy to help.
Adding a very small amount of bait, such as peanut butter, at the top of the stairs can often entice mice to enter the trap. Feel free to contact our Consumer Relations Team at 1-855-5-VICTOR (1-855-584-2867) for additional assistance.
Review RateKilled a ton of mice, but broke way too quickly
I purchased mine on September 9, 2016. Have caught a ton of mice with it. It stopped working in Late July 2017. First the blinking light that indicates there's a mouse in there stopped working (about 6 months ago). I kept using it. Then the batteries died after about 30 mice (they advertise 150+). I put in a new set of batteries and caught a few more mice, but then noticed the batteries had died again. When I put a new set in, the trap would continuous send power to the shock pads and would not stop. I pushed the rotating unit back into the switch it should rest on, but the unit kept sending the power to shock. No wonder the batteries were draining quickly.Response From Victor®Anthony : Consumer Relations Representative
We apologize for this experience and are happy to help. Our traps are covered under a one-year warranty against damages. Please give our Consumer Relations Team a call at 1-855-5-VICTOR (1-855-584-2867) so we may assist further.
We look forward to helping you.
Review RateWaiting for first kill.
Bought 3 of the multi-kill. Have yet to catch a mouse in it yet, but the old silver rat zapper that had no bait in it and was sitting right by it caught a mouse.
Review RateNo luck yetIt's been over a week not one caught but my snap traps caught 4 I will give this some more timeResponse From Victor®Susan : Consumer Relations RepresentativeTo see the full potential of these electronic traps, we recommend removing any snap traps from the area. Mice tend to go to the most easily accessible bait first, and will often visit snap traps before investigating the electronic traps.
We hope this information is helpful. Please feel free to contact our Consumer Relations Team at 1-855-5-VICTOR (1-855-584-2867) with any additional questions.
Review RateNot Sure just yetI bought a package of three traps about three weeks ago and placed them around my barn yard which is full of mice. I've yet to catch one mouse! However before placing the traps. I put out about 3 lbs of topcoat poision. Which usually and did do the trick so my thoughts are to give it some more time for a new group of mice to move into the barn yard. I like the idea of killing the mice without poison because the local predators eat the infected mice and then they die off which is a no no. So let's see in the next couple of weeks what they produce
Review RateCatching miceI bought the multimouse trap a month ago. The first time I used it I caught three mice...only problem was one was still alive and jumped out at my while I was attempting to evacuate the collection chamber. Since then I have caught one mouse in that same unit and it was lifeless. The single kill mouse traps have worked fine except one time the green light was flashing on both units..indicating that a mouse was caught, and no mice were to be found. I chalked this up.to the mice perhaps jumping on the outside of the trap of some EMI phenomenon that could've potentially caused the faulty condition.
Review RateUnsureI have had this for for two months in a hunting cabin where trapping mice is easy and has caught only 4 mice. If I set Victor "snap traps" next to it, the snap traps get the mice and this one does not. I have followed all directions but they seem reluctant to climb the stairs. Overall I like the idea, but not convinced its the best
mouse trap mouse for the $.Response From Victor®Lauren : Consumer Relations RepresentativeHello Greg,
Thank you for taking the time to share this experience. Mice can be very cautious animals and will often go for food or bait that is sitting out in the open first. This may be why the snap traps are seeing more catches than the electronic trap. We would recommend removing the snap traps to see if the electronic trap has an increased catch rate.
Please feel free to contact our Consumer Relations Team at 1-855-5-VICTOR (1-855-584-2867) with any questions.