Sweeney’s® Sonic Spike - Buy 2 Get 1 FREE
- Moles and gophers are chased away unhyarmed
- Easy-to-use removable battery chamber
- Will not harm pets
- Spike covers up to 7,500 sq ft
- Sonic pulse emitted every 30 seconds
- Spike operates in a circular pattern, approximately 95 ft in diameter
- Mow over design - bury flush with the ground
Disclaimer: Victorpest.com does not endorse any information contained in product reviews. Please follow all label instructions for your specific use.Sweeney’s® Sonic Spike™ - Buy 2 Get 1 FREE is rated out of 5 by 2.Rated 4 out of 5 by ED 3132 MAR from EASY TO CONTROL THE MOLES! MY BACK YARD LOOKED LIKE IT HAD A CASE OF LARGE MEASLES WITH ALL THE MOUNTS ALL OF A SUDDEN. AFTER PUTTING THE THREE SPIKES IN THREE LOCATIONS MY PROBLEMS WERE SOLVED. I FIXED THE SPOTS WITH GRASS PATCHES AND NOW I HAVE MY BACK YARD BACK. THANKS FOR THIS WONDERFUL PRODUCT.Date published: 2016-08-30Rated 5 out of 5 by drifter from Great item put them out and moles were gone in 3 daysDate published: 2016-06-17
I live in Southwest Missouri and our ground is mostly hardpan and rocks. Will sonic spikes still work on moles and gophers in this kind of ground or will they be less effective?Effectiveness depends largely upon soil type: dry, sandy or peat soil does not conduct the sonic waves easily. Moist clay is the best conductor of sound.Date published: 2016-10-12
I am putting new batteries in spikes that I have had in the ground for two years. They are not emitting a sound after a few minutes? Does it matter how I put the batteries (D) in or not?The batteries must be inserted into the spike positive facing down.Date published: 2016-09-27
$33.98 is price for 1? OR price for total of 3?The pricing listed under our Buy 2 Get 1 FREE promotions is for all three spikes.Date published: 2016-09-08
Will this product work on groundhogs?This product is designed to repel moles and gophers. It has not been tested to repel groundhogs.Date published: 2016-08-12
- All About
Moles are helpful in that they remove damaging insects and grubs from lawns and gardens. Unfortunately, however, their burrowing habits can destroy grass, gardens and flower beds and tear up tree roots.
Gophers excavate soil from their tunnels, creating large, horseshoe-shaped mounds. Gopher mounds are typically larger than Mole hills with the entrance hole at an angle to the ground surface.