|Item||Multi-Catch Repeater Mouse Trap|
|Capacity||Up To 30 Mice|
|Material||Metal & Plastic|
Multiple Catch, Metal Mouse Trap, With Inspection Window, Capture Mice & Be Able To Release If You Want.
Average Product Rating: 4.1based on 9 reviews
Mystery???Wednesday, January 23, 2013
I have purchased the multi-catch trap a few weeks ago, when I noticed a mouse in our basement once it got very cold outside. The first night after I set it up with peanuts and peanut butter bait I caught a little guy. The following two nights we caught two more. The design of the trap is simple yet very clever. It is easy to clean, and mouse didn't seem to be in too much distress inside. Then there was no more catch for two more weeks. A few days ago it got very cold again. We check on the trap every day, and it sits loaded with "treats". To my surprise, yesterday I discovered that all the peanuts are gone, but there was no mice inside. There is no visual signs that mouse had to chew or or pry her way out of the trap, no scratches, nothing. The lid is shut very firm. I was puzzled, assuming the only way it could do it when another mouse tried to enter the trap, it somehow exited. Well, I loaded the catch again with tons of peanuts. In the morning I see every single one is gone, no mice inside. The ramps are working fine, and logically it is not possible to get out. Mice are outsmarting humans here. Any logical explanation is greatly appreciated.
Design and ease of use.
Tell me how the mouse eats the peanuts and yet leaves the trap.
BEST live mouse trap EVERThursday, September 20, 2012
I absolutely love the Eaton Multi-Catch Repeater Mouse Trap. I have used them for some time now and have no trouble catching mice. Not sure why some other people are having problems. I would suggest that you secure any other food that the mice may be eating, place peanut butter in this trap, I also add a plastic bottle cap of water secured with peanut butter underneath to keep mice from knocking over, and 3 torn up cotton balls for sleeping area since I am sometimes gone for several days at a time. I can't understand why the one people drown the mice after they catch them????? that is horrible. Why not just take them away from the house and turn them loose????
Easy to clean, clear viewing, lots of space inside for multiple mice, easy to release
I can't imagine anything better, I love it!!!
Mice Don't Stand A ChanceSaturday, July 28, 2012
Best price around and fast shipping. I added some peanut butter inside the trap and woohooo!!!! Mice are going inside like it's their home. Nice to not have all the snap traps about to catch a poor bird. I bought 3 traps. 1 for shop and 2 around the chicken coop.
Works GreatThursday, February 09, 2012
Used this once and the mice went away - great product
Mouse TrapWednesday, January 11, 2012
Nice. Bought two for my garage and am buying two more, one for inside house (no evidence of mice inside, but they're clean so I figure I might as well - I have had an inside mouse in the past) and one more for garage (I live in a country setting with horse barns and all that). I used a dab of peanut butter in each. So far, I've caught a lot of mice in the garage. Pleasantly surprised. I don't normally write reviews but I figured it was worth the time for this product. I don't even normally care about mice in the garage, but one got into my car HVAC fan recently and built a nest that cost me a couple hundred dollars to get taken out and cleaned, so I decided I had to do something.
No poison or death traps. I can release the mice outside alive
Pretty good design. Can't think of any thing off hand
Never Catch 'EmTuesday, November 22, 2011
Boy was I taken. I bought three of these traps, one for my shed which has a mouse nest in it, and one for the gargage, and one for my basement. It says you dont have to bait them, but it may help. I have placed a cracker with peanut butter in each one, and so far I have caught NO mice!!!!!! I have seen them run by it, and yes it is against the wall, but they are not intrested in going in it at all. I can almost hear the mice laughing at me just as the manufacturer of this poor poor trap!!!! DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY!!!!!!
Not a thing
Best mouse trap ever!Thursday, June 30, 2011
I live in the country and every spring we get mice that move in. I have dogs and cats, so I can't put poison out. I have put out snap traps to find them triggerd with no mouse or even worse put out the "reuseable, easy empty snap traps" only to be thrilled it caught a mouse but requires me to pry the nasty thing off the spike teeth of the trap! I have used glue traps...lets just say you hope the mouse gets stuck all the way on the trap or you have a freaked out running mouse dragging a glue trap thats stuck to it's tail or even worse it gets stuck in the middle but is alive and keeps screaching. Lets just say the trap got tossed along with a pair of tongs and I never used the glue traps again. I just ordered The Eaton Repeater mouse trap last week and let me tell you, it's PERFECT! We are catching 5+ mice a night per trap! We put a few pieces of dry dog food in, close the lid and it's set. It's easy to "dispose" of the mice quickly with a bucket of water and a husband that could care less or you can put a piece of poison bait along with the dog food if you don't want to deal with submerging the trap. If you want you can also release them into the "wild". I wish I would have known about these traps years ago. It would have saved me time, money and frustration. They are worth every penny and they are a safe way to catch mice without having to worry about your dogs or cats getting poisoned, snapped or stuck in glue.
It does exactly what it is advertized to do and saves you time and money
It works great just wish I would have known about it years ago
I Wish It Worked!Monday, May 23, 2011
The device seems sturdy enough (except for the thin plastic cover), and in no time I figured out how to set it up. I put in the bait - croutons topped with peanut butter - and set it in the back of the pantry where the mouse was often seen. However, nothing happened. It's been a few weeks now, and I've shifted the trap around a couple times, but we continue to see the mouse scurrying around instead of in the trap. I don't know if I'm doing something wrong, or what... If only the mouse understood that I'm doing him a favor, compared to what the alternative will be!
(Mostly) steel enclosure, easy access
Good So Far...Monday, November 01, 2010
I don't know yet if it works (my mouse problem seems to have solved itself - I don't hear or see the little guy anymore!), but it comes ready to go and I believe it would be humane. Easy to add bait and see if a mouse has been caught. Also safe for my pets.