Victor® Electronic Mouse Trap

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  • Kills mice with a humane high-voltage shock
  • Kills up to 100 mice per set of four AA Batteries (not included)
  • Improved design: easy to bait, easy to clean, no touch disposal
  • Green LED light indicates when a kill has been made
  • 100% kill rate: beveled columns trap mice in place
  • Indoor use only
  • Available Sizes: 1-Pack, 2-Pack, 3-Pack

Victor® Electronic Mouse Trap

Quickly eliminate mice inside your property with the humane, high-voltage killing power of the Victor® Electronic Mouse Trap. Featuring a new and improved industrial design, this trap has a built-in bait cup and removable kill chamber to allow for easy setup and disposal. To use, simply place a high protein bait in the provided bait cup, place in a location with high rodent activity and power on. This powerful device is capable of killing up to 100 mice per set of batteries, making it the perfect addition to your pest control routine.

High Voltage Shock

High-Voltage Shock Humanely Kills Rodents

This powerful device uses advanced smart circuit technology to sense when a mouse enters the tunnel. Once inside, the circuit triggers a high-voltage shock, humanely killing the mouse in seconds. The Victor® Electronic Mouse Trap is capable of eliminating up to 100 mice per set of fully charged batteries. Plus, with this trap, there’s no need for poisons or chemicals, allowing it to be used anywhere inside your home or business.

No Escapes - Beveled Columns Keep Mouse In Place

To enter the Victor® Electronic Mouse Trap, mice pass through a uniquely designed tunnel with beveled columns. These columns direct the mouse further into the tunnel and make it difficult to back out. The columns also help to keep the mouse in place over the trigger plate to prevent escapes, ensuring a 100% kill rate.

beveled columns
LED Lights

LED Light Alerts

With the Victor® Electronic Mouse Trap, simplifying your pest control routine is a breeze. When a catch is made, the trap’s built in LED light will blink green. You’ll know when it’s time to empty your trap without having to check manually. Plus, the convenient LED light function will not only notify you of a catch, but it will also alert you when the trap’s battery is running low by flashing red.

Removable Kill Chamber Ensures Easy Cleaning

The industrial design boasts a removable kill chamber with lid, providing access to the trigger plates so that cleaning between uses is easy. Once a catch is made, power off the trap, remove the kill chamber and open the lid. The trap’s built-in safety switch automatically deactivates the trap when opened. Then dispose of the dead rodent in the trash without ever having to touch it.

Removable Chamber
bait cup

Convenient Bait Cup for Effortless Bait Application

With a built-in bait cup, you know your trap is properly baited. Access the cup by opening the kill chamber lid. The cup is marked on the floor of the trap furthest from the rodent entrance. To get started, use a toothpick or cotton swab to apply a high protein bait such as peanut butter or hazelnut spread in the cup. Place your trap where rodents are known to travel and turn it on!

peanut butter

Victor® Electronic Mouse Trap Product Details

Do you want to know more helpful details about the Victor® Electronic Mouse Trap? Take a closer look at the in-depth specifications for this product.

Victor® Electronic Mouse Trap
Model # M250S
Quantity 1 Trap
Kills per Setting 1
Kills per Set of Batteries 100
Batteries Required 4 AA batteries (not included)
Kill Method Humane, high-voltage shock
Alert Method LED light
Materials Plastic, metal
Victor Product Comparison
See how the Smart-Kill™ compares to other Victor® electronic mouse traps. Victor Smart-Kill Electronic Mouse Trap M1 Smart-Kill™ Electronic Mouse Trap: M1 Victor Electronic Mouse Trap M250S Electronic Mouse Trap: M250S Victor Multi-Kill Mouse Trap M260 Multi-Kill™ Mouse Trap: M260
Kills Per Setting 1 Mouse 1 Mouse 10 Mice
Kills Per Set of Batteries 100 Mice 100 Mice 150 Mice
Kill Method Humane, high-voltage shock Humane, high-voltage shock Humane, high-voltage shock
Alert Method Wi-Fi-enabled mobile alerts LED light LED light
Safety Switch? Yes Yes Yes
Additional Features Removable Kill chamber, built-in bait cup Removable Kill chamber, built-in bait cup Collection drawer, dual entry
Victor® Electronic Rat Trap
Model Number CM250S
Available Sizes 1 Trap, 2 Traps, 3 traps
Kills Per Setting 1
Kills Per Set of Batteries 100
Kill Method Humane, high voltage shock
LED Light Indicates a kill
Removable Kill Chamber For easy cleaning
Batteries Requires 4 "AA" batteries (not included)
For Use Indoors
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I am afraid of mice
Sep 20, 2023
I am afraid of mice, so when I discovered I had one in my apartment. I went and brought all sorts of stuff to get rid of it. $150.00 later nothing. At the peak of my fear I went and saw these sitting on the shelf. I bait it with peanut and some other mouse baiter. Ran out my apartment and came back 4 hours later and all the green lights were flashing. I got excited and had someone come to assure me that I had caught that nasty animal. We did and I have seen any since. The traps are armed and I know that they have done their job
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I have tried several traps ...
Aug 7, 2023
I have tried several traps for a month that didn't work because of intelligent mice. With this design, the mice seem to walk right into it, because it's black, so it must represent a dark hole or cave they are used to traveling in. I caught the mouse within one day of setting it out.
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The mouse ate through the ...
Jul 29, 2023
The mouse ate through the cage and got to the bait without triggering the trap… is non funtionnal now and never caught anything.
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Response from Admin
Aug 3, 2023
We're sorry to see that this happened with your trap. It is backed by a 30 day return policy and covered under a one year replacement policy. Please reach out to us via the Contact Us page for assistance.
Works very well.
Mar 18, 2023
Works very well. First mouse was smart & took a few days of finding the right spot. The 2nd mouse, caught it after 1 night only. Easy set-up. Easy to empty, and re-use.
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Bought less than a week ...
Mar 12, 2023
Bought less than a week ago. Caught 2 mice already. Very worth the money.
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The traps are easy to set, seem to work, and are easy to clean and reset.
Feb 23, 2023
I wouldn't have thought my home was infested, but since I put a couple of these in my kitchen and basement (one each) I've removed a mouse just about every day from one or both of the traps. It works as advertised, and I've never had the bait disappear without a mouse in the trap. I don't think any mice have reached the bait yet. I use peanut butter, as suggested, and it does dry out, so I've replaced the bait because of that, not consumption. I've caught mice without losing bait, or sending an injured or poisoned mouse off to die elsewhere. I know the weather has driven the pests into my home, and they've grown bold enough to invade our cabinets for the first time in years. This is helping us at least feel like we're fighting back. There are a few seemingly small improvements I'd make if I could. Knowing if the device is on and charged is all about trust. You can see the switch easily enough, so you can tell it's in the right position, but since it runs on batteries, I fear the day the batteries die before a mouse does. I get that powering an indicator would drain the battery, but balances in information, right? Based on the "one a day" I get, probably more because of when I check than when they're caught, the batteries should last a few months, so shaving some days off that with an indicator might be a good compromise. In fact, overlapping with the next note, when I did first see an intermittent flash, I thought that was a "ready" indicator instead of a "trapped" alert. Knowing if a mouse has been trapped is not as clear as it could be. The green LED does blink occasionally when the trap has gone off, but not as often as I thought it might. The first time it caught a mouse, I ignored the flashing green because I thought that was an "it's on" indicator, expecting maybe a different color when the trap triggers. A steady light or one of a different color might be better. I noticed the tail of one victim sticking out before I saw the light flash after one kill. While the mouse removal parts are pretty easy and straight forward, getting a little smear into the tiny pill-sized bucket at the end of the trap is a little challenge. I dip a chopstick in some peanut butter, and then try to tap the pill of bait off into the bucket. The size and angles needed make it a little tricky. I appreciate the slim channel needed to ensure the mouse hits the trap right, but it seems like there could be a little more space between the platter and the bait holder. Or maybe a way to separate the bait from the other part of the trap to make access and cleaning easier. I'm not at all worried about the sanitary concerns of the amount of bait that goes in there, but as it dries, it builds up a little, and it isn't easy to clean out. I see others have complained about mice eating the bait end of the trap to get to the bait without going into it (maybe because another mouse is in there?), so maybe an insert or sleeve of sorts that could hold the bait, accessed only when the lid is opened, could give protection and ease at the same time.
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Catched so many with these.
Feb 15, 2023
Catched so many with these. And they have died so quickly. Better then traps that often goes wrong and just maims the animals.
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Pet safe, effective and better design
Dec 16, 2022
2nd electronic mouse trap in ten years, hope it kills as many as my first one did!
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Not wasting my time with live traps, so the mouse can come back in?
Dec 16, 2022
Had one of these years ago, after it killed one mouse a second one came and tried eating through the first one to get the bait but got a shock instead! Was impressed and when I saw this model I wanted to see if they are still as effective killers?
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I bought this electronic trap ...
Dec 8, 2022
I bought this electronic trap after using a variety of Victor and other brands of rat traps. Victor’s standard, wood base rat trap was the most effective, but its hair trigger and messy clean-up got old. I was dubious when I purchased this electronic trap. However, it was easy to set up, maintained its connection to my wifi network, and notified me each time that a rat was killed (2 kills in 3 months). Removing the rat and resetting the trap is simple and there has been no clean-up required. The batteries still show 80% capacity since installation in September (it is mid-December). I will continue to use this device to eliminate our attic rats. Excellent, modern, and effective solution!
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When I turn it on it blinks green then a red light blink and buzz. It continues to blink green but no catch. I actually caught a mouse on a sticky in close proximity to this. How do I know when batteries need changing? I certainly have not killed 100 mice per battery. Only one so far.
Question by: Lonna on Jan 3, 2022, 3:56 PM
This sounds like the metal plates of the trap need to be cleaned. We recommend the following steps to clean the trap:
- Always turn the trap off and remove the batteries first
- If applicable, remove the kill chamber from the electronics portion of the trap
- Use a hydrogen peroxide topical solution (available at most drug stores - nothing above 3% in solution (typical drug-store variant) and an old toothbrush to clean the inside of the chamber. Use a wire brush as needed to remove any corrosion, being careful not to be too vigorous. This could accidentally remove all of the protective zinc plating
- Thoroughly dry the interior and exterior of the kill chamber prior to trap reassembly.
- To reassemble trap, hold the base of the trap with your left hand and slide the top into place by pushing forward with your right hand to reconnect the pieces (If applicable)
Answer by: Lauren Potter on Jan 4, 2022, 7:52 AM
Can you use soap and water to clean a smelly trap?
Question by: Joann Torvik on Aug 10, 2021, 7:07 PM
To clean your trap, we recommend using a hydrogen peroxide topical solution (available at most drug stores) and an old toothbrush to clean the inside of the chamber. If needed, use a wire brush to remove any corrosion, being careful not to be too vigorous. This could accidentally remove all of the protective zinc plating.
Answer by: Rachel Faust on Aug 11, 2021, 9:00 AM

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