- Product Dimensions: 19.2 x 30.8 x 16.2 cm ; 998 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 998 g
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- Item model number: STV177A
- ASIN: B000FII3XS
- Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 8 Jan. 2007
- Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (79 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 32,361 in Garden & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Garden & Outdoors)
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Pest-Stop 14" Wire Rat Cage
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- Manufactured to a traditional design
- Spring loaded entrance door
- Secondary one-way entrance
- Manufactured from galvanised welded wire mesh
- Wire carrying handle on the top of the cage
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The rat cage is an ideal way to control rats and similar sized nuisance animals. Use it indoors or out, for safe and effective rodent control on farms, domestic and commercial premises alike. It may also be used for trapping squirrels.
It has a single door featuring a sensitive trigger to catch small animals. You can bait with fish, meat or bacon. Because of this it is harmless, it uses no poisons and will not harm or injure captured animals. Ideal for people that want a humane method of pest control. The cage includes a carrier handle for easy transportation.
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Top Customer Reviews
Night number 3 set the trap in the usual place and next morning there was the RAT, job done, I thought so I picked up the trap much to the rats disgust and he went bonkers until he got out through the extra door which is supposed to catch other rats once the door has been sprung. So there you have it. It works but it is flawed. I suggest wiring the additional door permanently shut to avoid escapes.
For the record, I kept setting the trap for another 2 weeks and caught nothing! I think the rat had wised up and told his mates to steer clear.
The frist night I caught a hedgehog the next night the rat got in eat the snack then got out???????????????????????
I tried again but nothing then lastnight I put the cage out in the same place all set up with a line attached to let me know that the trap has gone off. In was woken through the night (3am) as the cage door shut the line pulled a tin off the table in my flat so i went to check. I found the cage was bent and there was no snack and no rat.
This cage is not strong enough to hold a rat and the flap at the front of the cage that lets the rat enter can be lifted up by a rat or if that fails ratty can just bend the cheap wire cage to let himself out.
I am now going back to using poison placed in 1.5 meter long sections of drain pipe with a hole in the center of the pipe to put the poison in. I have a dog so I cover the pipe so that the only way in is through either end too small for a dog or cat, with the hole for putting the poison in also coverd. This is a safe and cheap way of controlling rats. And to all those people that say its wrong to kill rats in this way they should look up the diseases they can spread and have done.
Only thing I would say is I paid for first class delivery and the trap took over a week to arrive. That's the last time I pay extra for delivery with Amazon, Supersaver might had been quicker!
So it was no good for my personal circumstances, however, it does look like a good sturdy trap that should do the trick if you have plenty of space.
Rat eventually had to be dealt with by poison.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have used the cage but unfortunately have stopped using it much as so far I have caught 2 squirrels, a robin and a thrush - but no rats! Read morePublished 12 months ago by Koat
trap is not long enough because every time trap door set off rats are not fully in & back out of cage.Published 13 months ago by mike smith
bait trigger too near door hence large vermin take bait and reverse out before door traps themPublished 15 months ago by P J
Disappointed as the trap is not keen enough and takes a lot of pressure on the plate to go off. Therefore the bait is taken and the rodent laughs it off. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Diane O'Connor