Victor® Electronic Mouse Trap PRO
The Victor® Electronic Mouse Trap PRO offers fast, efficient and effective mouse control. The trap delivers a high-voltage shock that humanely kills mice in seconds with zero escapes. A set of 4 “AA” batteries (not included) provides enough power to kill 100 mice.
Smart Circuit Technology
Advanced smart-circuit technology built into the Victor® Electronic Mouse Trap PRO senses when a mouse enters the trap. It also senses how many mice it catches, and resets itself up to three times to catch three mice per setting. Once a mouse enters the trap, the patented tunnel design and beveled columns direct the mouse onto metal plates in the floor. This completes the circuit, delivering a fast, high-voltage shock with a 100% kill rate. With each kill, the indicator light on top flashes green for up to seven days.
Easy to Use
The Electronic Mouse Trap PRO is very easy to use. Simply bait, place, and turn on. When baiting, make sure you don’t get any bait or other material on the metal plates, as this will accidentally trigger the trap. And because it’s electronic, the trap is designed for indoor use only.
Once the trap has been turned on, a green light blink once to indicate the trap is working properly. You’ll also hear a faint buzzing sound as the trap powers up. After a mouse is caught, simply open the lid and dump the mouse into the trash for a no-see, no-touch experience.
Use Anywhere in the House
The Victor® Electronic Mouse Trap PRO is safe to use anywhere indoors and around children and pets. Its built-in safety switch automatically shuts off power to the trap whenever the lid of the trap is opened. And there are no poisons, chemicals or easily-tripped metal bars.
- Remove battery cover.
- Insert 4 “AA” batteries.
- Replace the battery cover.
- Open the lid on the 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 gloves, a Q-tip, toothpick or another tool to bait so your scent is not transferred onto the trap. Close the lid.
- 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, reset and place for continued rodent control.
Which Trap is Right for You?Kill per SettingKills per Set of BatteriesBatteries RequiredKill MethodRemote Notification System10 Mice150 mices4 "C" batteriesHumane, high-volatage shock3 Mice100 mices4 "AA" batteriesHumane, high-volatage shock1 Mouse100 mices4 "AA" batteriesHumane, high-volatage shock
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Victor® Electronic Mouse Trap PRO
- High-voltage shock kills rodent in seconds
- Bait, place, turn on and empty
- Kills up to 3 mice per setting
- Kills 100 mice per set of batteries
- Beveled columns hold mouse in place for no escapes
- Built-in safety switch and tunnel design protect children and pets
- 100% kill rate
- Blinking green light flashes for seven days to indicate kill
- Blinking red light indicates low battery
- No-see, no-touch experience
- Indoor use only
- No chemicals or poisons, can be used around children and pets
- Trap is reusable or disposable
- Requires 4 “AA” batteries (not included)
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Review RateDO NOT BUY THIS MOUSE TRAP!!!
I am so completely disappointed with this mouse trap. I've had it baited for over 2 weeks and not a single kill. For the last couple of years, I've used the Rat Zapper Ultras and they were amazing. I told numerous neighbors and family who then bought Zappers and had the same great success. Then, all 3 of my Zappers died around the same time. After following Victor Pests representative's suggestions to get the Zappers working again, they still failed to work. I then decided to give the electronic mouse trap a try since I mostly have a mouse problem and they are considerably cheaper than the Zappers. What a complete waste of money. I've had to resort to using my old snap traps but don't like using them because of the unpleasantness of the kill, and I have kids, barn cats, dogs, and horses, and don't want any injuries caused from snap traps. So disappointed with this product. I really want my money back because it's completely useless!Response From Victor®Patty : Consumer Relations Representative
Victor® has a long history of producing high-quality and reliable products. We regret to hear that what was received did not meet these expectations.
Our traps are covered by a 30 day return policy and a one year replacement warranty. Please contact our Consumer Relations Team at 1-855-5-VICTOR (1-855-584-2867) for additional assistance.
Review RateMy Mouse is Still HereI am not happy yet. I have had my trap baited and all for two weeks and still no mouse. I will keep tryingResponse From Victor®Patty : Consumer Relations RepresentativeHello Danie,
We are sorry to hear about this experience. If the mouse has not yet found a trap after some time, we recommend trying different locations along walls where there is evidence of rodent activity. Peanut butter is often a preferred bait that attracts mice.
Please give our Consumer Relations Team a call at 1-855-5-VICTOR (1-855-584-2867) for troubleshooting assistance or with any questions.
Review RateLoading BaitThought I had it set up right, including where to place the peanut butter. Instructions are clear. Better picture or diagram needed. Placed in a "high traffic" area against a solid surface. No catches/kills.Response From Victor®Patty : Consumer Relations RepresentativeWe appreciate the time taken to provide this feedback and apologize for the experience.
The bait should be placed in the bait trough. This is the narrow space between the back wall and the metal plate. Since mice will first go to bait that is more easily accessible, try placing a small amount of bait at the entrance to lure them toward the trap.
Feel free to contact our Consumer Relations Team at 1-855-5-VICTOR (1-855-584-2867) for additional assistance.
Review RateNot Too SucessfulI have only caught 1 mouse since I had this trap. They don't seem to go into
The trap at all.Response From Victor®Patty : Consumer Relations RepresentativeWe appreciate the time taken to provide this feedback and apologize for the experience.
If any other food sources are available that are easily seen or attained, the mice will go there first. Try enticing them into the trap by placing a small amount of bait at the entrance.
Please give our Consumer Relations Team a call at 1-855-5-VICTOR (1-855-584-2867) with additional questions.
Review RateNOT worth buying!I purchased three of these traps two years ago. I tried them for several months and NEVER killed one mouse. The mice will not enter this trap. One trap's entrance hole was chewed around the edges as though the mouse was attempting to make the opening larger. So thinking it might be a rat instead, I then purchased three of the larger rat traps… Results! Though designed for rats, I found that the electronic rat trap will also kill mice. I indeed had a mouse problem, so this confirmed that the mice did not want to enter the very small mouse trap. Spend your money on the rat traps, they kill both mice and rats so no need to buy both models. These mouse traps are worthless.Response From Victor®Susan : Consumer Relations RepresentativeMice are able to fit into small spaces, even holes the size of a dime. For best results, we recommend placing the traps along walls, as mice are most likely to travel these paths. Adding a small amount of peanut butter in front of the trap’s entrance may also help to entice them into the trap.
We apologize for this experience and appreciate the time taken to share this valuable feedback. Please feel free to contact our Consumer Relations Team at 1-855-5-VICTOR (1-855-584-2867) with any questions.
Review RateWorks like it shouldCaught 3 mice so far - very simple to use, clean, effective and my wife isn't grossed out by emptying the trap and resetting (you don't even have to look inside it if you don't want). A good investment...
Review RateThe ONLY trap to use!I have been using Victor Electronic traps for a few years now, mainly the basic single trap and won't use any other type of trap. For reasons unknown, there has been an increase in mice activity, so I bought the Mouse Trap Pro to increase the catch numbers for every time I check the traps (every day presently). This device is a charm having caught two mice at a time, twice in three days. Open the door, dump'm in the trash. Knowing they were killed quickly is a plus. I have used all other methods to trap mice and I won't ever go back to them. The efforts of Victor to come up with this alternative type of trap are deeply appreciated.
Review RateAmazon ReviewHave a mouse problem? This will eradicate it in a matter of days! Don't be fooled with traps and poison, we have owned 4 of these over the years and they are GREAT!
Review RateAmazon ReviewThe Best thing ever def worth the money i put peanut butter and killed so many.
Review RateAmazon ReviewI used snap traps and glue traps...NO LUCK, so I decided to buy this electric mouse trap and on the first night I caught one of the little buggers.I've read the negative reviews that say it doesn't work for them and I guess everyone just has different experiences with everything in life but despite that I went ahead and bought one because my mom had been complaining about seeing mice in the house and who could blame her? The mice in the house are very small so it had no problem fitting in the trap,only complaint I would have is that the mouse actually managed to eat most of the bait until it got fatally zapped.
Victor® Electronic Mouse Trap PRO - Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Where do I place the trap?
A: Place the trap along the wall where rodents primarily travel or where you have seen signs of rodent activity. For example, if you have a mouse in your house (super small droppings as compared to rat droppings, which are about the size of half a raisin).
Q: How do I bait it?/What should I use to bait it?
A: To bait the Electronic Mouse Trap, first make sure the trap is turned off. Place the bait along the back wall of the trap in the bait trough provided. 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: How do I clean the trap?
A: Through repeat use and baiting, dust and debris can settle on the metal plates inside the trap, so we recommend that you clean your trap between each use. To clean the trap:
- Turn the unit to the off position and remove the batteries
- Wipe the metal plates with a damp cloth (water or unscented dish detergent only)
- Allow the Electronic Mouse Trap to air dry completely
- Replace the batteries and turn the unit back on.
Q: Is the buzzing/clicking normal?
A: The buzzing and slight clicking sound with the Victor® Electronic Mouse Trap is normal during the start-up of the trap. When you first turn the trap on, the green light will blink momentarily and then you will hear the buzzing or a slight clicking sound indicating that you trap is working properly and starting up.
Q: Is it reusable?
A: The Victor® Electronic Mouse Trap is reusable. These traps are able to kill up to 100 mice per set of 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.