Victor® Multi-Kill™ Electronic Mouse Trap

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  • Kills mice in seconds with a humane, high-voltage shock
  • 100% kill rate: beveled columns trap mice in place
  • Dual-entry design encourages interaction
  • Kills up to 10 mice per setting
  • Green LED light indicates when a kill has been made
  • Collection drawer for easy, no-touch mouse disposal
  • Indoor use only
  • Available Sizes: 1-Pack, 3-Pack

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Victor® Multi-Kill™ Electronic Mouse Trap

A revolutionary new method of mouse control, the Victor® Multi-Kill™ Electronic Mouse Trap uses a high-voltage shock to kill mice humanely in seconds. More efficient than single-mouse snap traps, the Multi-Kill™ can kill up to 10 mice per setting and up to 150 mice per set of C-cell batteries. Plus, it’s easy to use – simply bait, place and turn on! After a kill, the trap will alert you with a blinking green light. A yellow light will indicate when the chamber is full. To dispose of the mice, just slide open the Collection Drawer and discard the mice directly into the trash for a safe, clean, no-touch disposal.

High Voltage Eliminates Mice Humanely

High-Voltage Shock Eliminates Mice Humanely

This powerful trap uses advanced smart circuit technology to sense when mice step on to the metal plates. Once the mice make contact with the plates, the circuit triggers a high-voltage shock, resulting in a fast, humane kill. The trap is capable of killing up to 10 mice per setting, and 150 mice per set of 4 fully charged “C” batteries.

Dual Entry for Higher Kill Rates

With two ways in, and zero ways out, the Multi-Kill™ trap ensures a 100% kill rate. 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.

Dual Entry for Higher Kill Rates
Kills 10 Mice per Setting

Kills 10 Mice per Setting

Needing to constantly empty and reset traps can be a pain when you have a persistent mouse problem. After a kill, the Shock N’ Drop Chamber™ rotates automatically to deposit the dead mouse in the collection drawer, and then resets itself for the next mouse. The trap is able to hold up to 10 dead mice per setting, eliminating the need to empty the trap after every kill.

LED Light Alerts

Stop checking your traps every time you enter the room! An LED light will inform you of activity in your trap. A green light blinks for up to seven days to indicate a kill and a yellow light blinks when the collection drawer is full so you know when it’s time to empty. Finally, a red light will indicate when the batteries are running low.

LED Light Alerts
No-Touch Disposal

No-Touch Disposal

Having a mouse infestation is bad enough, but who wants to deal with the unsettling task of disposing of the mice you catch? This trap will alert you when a kill occurs and when the trap is full so you don’t have to check manually. To dispose of the dead mice, simply slide open the collection drawer and discard the dead mice directly into the trash for a clean, no-touch disposal.

Built-in Safety Features

The Victor® Multi-Kill™ Electronic Mouse Trap features a built-in safety switch that automatically deactivates the trap whenever the kill chamber door is open. This trap contains no chemicals and poisons, and is perfect for use anywhere indoors. These features make the Multi-Kill™ Electronic Mouse Trap a great option for homes with children and pets when used as directed.

Built-in Safety Features

How to Set the Mulit-Kill™ Electronic Mouse Trap


For your convenience, the Victor® Multi-Kill™ Electronic Mouse Trap is easy to use. Just follow these step-by-step instructions for setting, placing and emptying your electronic trap:

  1. Remove battery cover, insert 4 C-cell batteries and replace the battery cover.
  2. Open the top of the Multi-Kill™ Electronic Mouse Trap.
  3. Bait the trap using the bait trough located on the back wall of the trap. Apply a small amount of peanut butter or other high-protein bait. Use a Q-tip, toothpick or other tool when baiting so you don’t transfer your scent to the trap. Close the lid.
  4. Place the trap where you have seen signs of rodent activity or along a wall where rodents primarily travel. Place the trap lengthwise against the wall with the entrance hole nearest the wall.
  5. Turn on the trap. A green light will blink once to show the trap is working properly.
  6. Once set, a blinking green light will indicate a kill. A yellow light indicates a full trap. Dispose of the dead rodents and clean out bait. Place and reset the trap for continued rodent control.
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Victor® Multi-Kill™ Electronic Mouse Trap

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

Victor® Multi-Kill™ Electronic Mouse Trap
Model # M260
Quantity 1
Kills per Setting 10
Kills per Set of Batteries 150
Batteries Required 4 "C" batteries (included)
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead and lead compounds, which are known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to

Victor® Multi-Kill Electronic Mouse Trap
Trap Model # CM260
Available Sizes 1 Traps, 3 Traps
Kills per Setting 10
Kills per Set of Batteries 150
Required Batteries 4 "C" batteries
Kill Method Humane, high-voltage shock
Alert Method LED Light
Materials Plastic, metal
Indoor or Outdoor Use Indoor
Chemicals or Poison No

Customer Reviews

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Very happy
Mar 15, 2023
No mess is the way to go.
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Verified Buyer
Mar 13, 2023
Too soon to tell. Two hundred dollars in traps and so far only got one dead mouse. Mice are having a hayday and seem to be avoiding the bait.
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Worked great for first month ...
Aug 10, 2022
Worked great for first month or two. After that, always malfunctions, repeats trying to dump the mouse when there isn’t one there and uses the entire battery overnight.
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Response from Admin
Aug 15, 2022
We are sorry to hear about this! Please keep in mind that our traps are backed by a one year replacement policy. Feel free to give us a call directly so we can learn more and offer further help.
10 mice first night out.
Feb 17, 2022
10 mice first night out. Using in aviary where poison cant be used. Ordering more now for each aviary.
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Works great, when it works.
Feb 6, 2022
Works great, when it works. Unfortunately, that's almost never. The fact that it runs on (expensive) batteries makes it nigh-unusable in an attic or cold cellar, since the batteries can't keep up with the temperature. Even brand new ones get too weak to make more than a single kill over the course of two days, after which the mice are just treating it like a free food supply. Even when used in warmer times or areas, I've not once had this item properly reset itself after a kill, and it's always forced me to open it up and manually reset the barrel, as it seems to catch on something on the way back. It also takes several attempts of rolling it back and forth to get it to stay in its proper position. I feel like this thing could've been made far better with a little bit of clever engineering, like using a capacitor to deliver the shock instead of batteries, and having it be plugged into a power supply or separate battery pack. Improving the mechanism of the barrel would certainly not be out of order either. Having had this thing for a month, on the whole, this trap is more commonly being treated as a very expensive feeding box for mice than it is an actual kill trap. Probably great for specific circumstances, but useless where the mice actually hang out. + Sometimes works great - Doesn't reset itself properly - Doesn't actually work at all if it's near or below 0C temps - Not for use in dusty, cold or moist areas. Y'know, like attics and cellars, where mice are usually a problem. Or garages. Or cold pantries. But hey, if you have problems with mice in your kitchen or living room, this thing's probably great!
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Response from Admin
Feb 7, 2022
We're sorry to hear about this experience and appreciate you taking the time to share your feedback with our team. When it comes to low battery life, cold temperatures will affect the battery performance before it will affect the trap itself. If the temperatures are cold, we recommend using lithium based batteries, as these will perform better at cold temperatures. The trap is covered under a 30-day return policy and a 1-year replacement policy. Simply give us a call at 855-584-2867 for assistance. - Rachel
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Probably wouldn't buy again for the price and the inconsistency!
Jan 20, 2022
When it works, it's awesome but it's a 50/50. The first night, I caught nothing then the second night I caught 6 mice, the next night nothing, then the next I caught 2 more then last night nothing. It's also extremely picky about the batteries. It almost always takes 2-3 times of turning it on then off and opening the battery compartment then trying again until I get it to stop the red light from blinking. Oh, I've only had this trap for 1-2/3 weeks now.
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Absolutely LOVE this multi-kill zapper!
Dec 8, 2021
Absolutely LOVE this multi-kill zapper! I have chickens that use an old garage for an indoor run during the winter. Every year, the mice take over and it’s difficult to get the population under control. Not anymore! I got four mice in one night with this fabulous contraption! Was so surprised to see a half-filled disposal bin after just one night. No more stolen bait and one-mouse-zappers for this gal…I just bought three more for my other buildings. The only drawback for me is the way this baby eats the batteries in winter weather. But honestly, it’s still worth it knowing that it does exactly what it’s supposed to do. If you use yours in a house, basement, or insulated area, I would wager your batteries would last longer.
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Great! when it works.
Nov 15, 2021
I love these multi-trap killers. They work great, when they work. But I seem to need to buy one every year. There is a malfunction in it after about 4 months. Since my mice are seasonal, and only come indoors when it's rainy (4 months in CA). It works out. I wish these were more reliable. Still keeps my home safe from Mice.
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Placed trap in the attic ...
Nov 14, 2021
Placed trap in the attic (where the mouse are!) Dry room, but not heated. Trap works great, but stops working around +5 deg Celcius (41 F): Light blinks slowly Red. It is NOT the batteries, because I can place fresh warm batteries in the trap, and turns it on: Still Red Slow red Flashing Light. To test if the trap work: Open the Kill room: Hold down the safety switch gently: Take a pair of isolated Plier to hold a wet cotton thread between two of the metal plates: You can hear the kill procedure starting, after a while the vault will rotate to indicate that the Trap thinks it has killed a mouse. Below temperature approx 5 C, this does not work any more, so the trap will not catch any mouse! What bothers me, is that NOWHERE does the documentation state the lowest temperature where the trap will work! If you are in a warmer climate than me, the trap works great, if not: It does not work. I am an electronic engineer, and the product can indeed be designed to work even below 0 deg C (below 32 F). A pity it doesn't!
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Although they work great at ...
Oct 28, 2021
Although they work great at first, I've purchased three of them and the same thing has happened all three times, a mouse does not get killed and still drops into the bin, by morning, it has chewed through the plastic and the trap will no longer work, not sure if I really want to try a 4th.
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Response from Admin
Nov 1, 2021
I am sorry to hear that! Our traps are backed by our 1 year replacement policy! Please give us a call at 855-584-2867!


How/where do you bait the Multi-Kill trap?
Question by: Ray on Mar 27, 2023, 3:10 PM
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
Answer by: Lauren Potter (Admin) on Mar 28, 2023, 8:30 AM

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