- Boxed-product Weight: 581 g
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- Batteries 4 C batteries required.
- Item model number: PSERK
- ASIN: B000FII3YW
- Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 13 Dec. 2006
- Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars See all reviews (559 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 882 in Garden & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Garden & Outdoors)
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Pest-Stop Electronic Rat Killer
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- Highly effective, mess-free solution to rat problems
- Works quickly, humanely and cleanly
- Electrocutes virtually instantly
- Smart warning lights indicate activation and low battery
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Pest-Stop's Electronic Rat Killer is a smart, highly effective and mess-free solution to domestic rat problems. This humane trap kills the target rat virtually instantly, making it quick, humane, much cleaner and more hygienic than traditional rat traps. It works by using the rat's body to complete the circuit as it attempts to reach the bait. The device included smart warning lights that signal when the trap has been activated, meaning the rat can easily be disposed of, and the trap reset. It will also indicate when batteries need replaced. The device requires 4 C-Size batteries, which provide power for up to 50 kills For indoor use only. The device is safe to use in domestic situations, however we recommend it is kept away from children and pets. Pest-Stop is the UK’s leading manufacturer and supplier of high quality pest control products. We are serious about pest control and offer a comprehensive range of specially designed products to successfully prevent, deter and remove garden and household pests.
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Top Customer Reviews
The batteries are a pain to install, as suggested elsewhere here, and the battery cover is a joke. I found that the best way to get the batteries in is to start with the spring end (-ve) ones first. They have to be pushed firmly to get them through the clips. Then put the base ends of the other batteries in so they rest against the top (+ve) end of the first ones and lever them in so they compress the spings and you can then get the top (+ve) cap down into the compartment!
I baited mine with a lump of bread roll as my mice had been ignoring peanut butter and cheese etc on my conventional traps for weeks! Placed against a wall where I knew they ran and a few crumbs trailed into the entrance to lead them in. Switch on and the green LED flashes briefly to show it's working. This was Thurs evening.
Fri morning, came down, periodic slow green flashing LED (about 10 secs between) 1 dead mouse, zapped against the end wall of it. Was in a rush, so emptied it out and dumped the unbaited unit back on the floor and switched it back on. Fri pm, another dead mouse, with no bait! Re-baited with bread roll, out on the beer! Sat lunchtime - 3 dead mice!! Re-baited, watched 1st Rugby international - another dead mouse! Re-baited again, watched 2nd Rugby international - yet another one! 7 in 2 days!! No more since then but no more signs of them either. The unit has been left switched on since then (now 2 1/2 weeks) and it appears to still be working fine on the same set of batteries. Very impressed!
We could see where the thing had been eating away at parts of the house and found a massive hole under the kitchen sink near the pipe work.
At first, I filled the hole with expanding foam and put a couple of glue traps down with a little peanut butter as bait.
The next day I checked under the sink, and the rat had eaten through the foam and you could see where it had got stuck and panicked, and managed to get away.
I was awoken the following morning again at about 3am and came down with my wife to investigate. Armed with a stick I entered the kitchen looked around and walk cautiously into the downstairs bathroom. My wife at this point had followed me into the kitchen. Then suddenly she screemed and ran upstairs. "What!", said I, "I saw something on the kitchen shelf", said she. I turned around to face the kitchen and there was this enormous f*!king rat on my larder shelf. Just then my heroic instincts kicked in and I jumped as high as I could onto the toilet seat kacking my pants!
The thing ran in towards me and darted down a hole in the floor boards that it had made. Well, that was it! Enough was enough!
The following day at work, I decided to order the Electronic Rat Killer from ebay and got the guy to deliver it for Saturday AM. I was not going to wait another three days for delivery.
Anyway, it arrived bright and early on Saturday morning. I popped out and purchased the four required "C" type batteries it needs to run and set myself a mission to rid my house of this bloody pest.Read more ›
I thought that we would try this as we had a persistent problem with rats in our out house. We have baited the trap with chocolate buttons and had three kills in three nights. The rats have been very large, filling the trap but it has been powerful enough to do the job.
The trap has done a better job than using poison, and also there is no need to touch the rat, it just tips into a bin bag.
With reading other reviews about the units can be faulty, I touched the holed plate, nothing, then proceeded to touch the other plates inside the unit, nothing? A thought popped into my head that maybe 2 plates need to be touched at the same time to make a circuit, again nothing, so after moaning to my wife that it was rubbish, I demonstrated how rubbish it was by stuffing my whole hand in to the unit to prove my point....ZAP, got the full shock treatment!!!!
Anybody not sure if this unit has the stopping power for the largest vermin, worry not, I still have a headache and sore hand!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
There seems to be some question over longevity in reviews which I can't comment on yet. I intend to try it outdoors for rats but to start I put it where mice were getting in and... Read morePublished 5 days ago by G. Lightfoot
Great for feeding rats. Useless for killing them. Put tracing powder down too. Rat claw pints all over the plates. No rats. My cheap wooden snap traps caught them. Read morePublished 7 days ago by john mahady
After months of trying different mouse traps, without any success, we decided to spend a bit more money and try this electric killer instead. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Amazon Customer
Easy to install batteries (ignore the negs) and straight forward to load and set up. Ratty McRatface is in for a big ass shock when he goes for that peanut butter midge! Read morePublished 17 days ago by Amazon Customer
If I could give this 6 stars I would!
I thought I had just 1 mouse in our house.. it turns out that we had the whole family!
Now we can sleep well at night again! Read more
I had two of these. Both worked for a while but after some time they seem not to work because the trap is triggered bait is gone and there is no rat even after cleaning the plates... Read morePublished 1 month ago by bogac
Battery runs out before catching pests and not weather resistant even with cover to keep dry. UselessPublished 1 month ago by MR M.
Im very happy with this product. I did some research and decided on this product to help with my mouse problem. I baited with peanut butter and didnt catch anything for a few days. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer