When you find rodents in your house, you want a solution that will get rid of them fast! The Victor® Quick-Kill® Mouse Trap is one of the quickest, easiest, and most accurate traps on the market. This highly effective trap uses powerful Precision Strike Technology, ensuring a quick, humane kill.
How to Use
Set-up for the Victor® Quick-Kill® Mouse Trap is quick and easy. Simply fill the covered bait trough with bait, pull back the kill bar until it clicks into position, and place it against walls or any other locations that mice likely travel. This trap is convenient for indoor and outdoor use.
How it Works
The trap is equipped with a covered bait trough which eliminates the chance of bait theft. When the mouse lifts the bait cover, the kill bar is immediately released with Precision Strike Technology™ that ensures perfect placement for a quick, humane kill. When the mouse is caught, simply lift up on the kill bar to dispose of the dead rodent.
The Victor® Quick-Kill® Mouse Trap can be used anywhere! Place it in various locations both indoors & outdoors. Trap contains no poison, making it perfect for homes with children and pets. Use with caution.
How to Set And Place a Victor® Quick-Kill® Mouse Trap
Learn how to use the Victor® Quick-Kill® Mouse Trap. It is easy-to-set with one simple “click!"
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Victor® Quick-Kill® Mouse Trap
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Easy, effective, mouse destroyer.
Landlord stated that there was no mouse problem after I complained about chewing sounds behind the walls. I picked up a two pack of these and so far I've removed 8 mice from roaming my apartment at night. You can see one minor foul in how the trap worked in the images, where the mouse and trap are not connected, but, clearly the end goal was achieved.
The next kill for each trap with earn them a promotion. My only complaint is that there is no location to place the appropriate sticker so that they may be addressed by their rank, and respected for their excellent service.
I live in a small one bedroom apartment next to a field, I been getting field mice. I bought these new traps, I have had success in humanely killing two mice. The bait cover is very sensitive, slight touch to it sets the trap off. Thank you for improving your design of the old wooden traps.
I bought this product because the advertising FALSELY claimed it would be humane
Apr 23, 2023
I bought this product because it was advertised as "quick" and "humane." It was quick to catch a mouse, but NOT at all humane. The mouse was pinned by its neck, but the "kill" bar did not break the neck. In fact, the mouse scampered off after I released it. If you use this product, there's a good chance you will be consigning mice to long and tortured deaths, making these traps just as cruel as glue traps or poison. The trap is very easy to set and easily triggered, but it is a terrible design with a ridiculously weak spring. I'm going back to the cheaper wooden traps with powerful springs. Did they even test this thing?? Horrible product.
These are the easiest to set traps I've ever used and not only that I don't ever have it going off while I'm placing it into position. Two modifications I've made to these traps to ensure there effectiveness with both mice and rats are 1) shortened thus tightening the spring by approximately 5/16" (reinforced the plastic piece that the spring attaches too) 2) I cut / filed teeth into the kill bar (figured incorporating a straight razor would be too much). Now when that sucker gets tripped I can hear it outside upwards of 50 ft away. And I've never had one suffer unlike the wooden traps where I had to start tying them to something so they didn't pull a Houdini and disappear.
It doesn’t always kill the mouse.
I’ve been using these traps for 2 years now and never had problems. I really like them since they are easy to set and handle. They were highly effective last year too, killing many many mice.
This year however, for the past 2 weeks the mice haven’t been always been dying as a result of the snap - on 3 different traps. Their necks are trapped under the snap. This morning (why I came here) the mouse was running stuck in the trap. when I opened the trap outside it ran off.
Not sure if all the traps reached a certain age where the springs are too old. But right now, similar to other reviews it’s not giving a lethal blow to the mouse. I do feel really bad that they would suffer vs instant death. I think I might buy some live catch traps now as this morning really made me feel awful. The poor mouse was scared for sure and most likely suffering.
The traps are advertised as 'Quick-Kill', yet every mouse we've caught with one has still been alive, just caught, in immense pain. There is a reason the phrase:'If it 'aint broke, don't fix it' exists, and this is a perfect example of that. You'd be better off getting the regular wooden traps, and those ones are cheaper
I love this product. I don't have to touch the lever that catches the mouse. I like it more than the wooden ones. I just set it and later just lift the handle (red) with out touching the mouse. Safer I will buy for my family members so they also can be safe as well.
I am feeding the mice with this trap. The mice walk all over this trap and eat the peanut butter stuck inside the bait vessel. I have a 20% catch rate with this poor functioning trap. I can't understand how the mice manage to eat all the peanut butter, set off the trap and not get slammed by the kill bar. This is not a better mouse trap. I have modified it so that mice can't walk onto it from the rear. THE END.
I will never use another trap but these now. My neighbor sold their house & when the moved they disturbed a mouse home. We suddenly had mice for first time & the first mouse i seen was the week he was cleaning stuff outside. We got a total of 6 with wood ones in 3 days. But i kept seeing bait gone but no mouse i finally seen one in laundry room frustrated i bought all types of traps quick kill is the trap that got, it was a small maybe baby, weight wasnt setting others off. THEY WORK. But mice 2 & 3 with old wood ones, were in same trap it got both at one time so still amazed by that one! I have added the size of the my double vs the small one that was to light to set off 5 old wooden ones and 2 different kinds of old ones quick strike is idea for smaller mice.
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Victor® has been a trusted name in rodent control since 1898. Since the invention of the spring-based trap over 115 years ago, we have been continuously striving to manufacture innovative, quality products that keep your family safe from the dangers of rodents. With a variety of electronic traps, snap traps and repellents available, Victor® has a broad selection of products to meet the needs of consumers.