Pest-Stop Systems Trip Trap Humane Mouse Trap (Loose) Box of 6

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About this product


  • Safe and freindly way to deal with mice
  • Specially designed to cause no harm
  • Clear plastic body

Product overview

Safe and freindly way to deal with mice•Specially designed to cause no harm•Clear plastic body•Plentiful ventilation points•Easy to use

Pest-Stop Trip Traps are a safe and friendly way to deal with unwanted house guests.

This British-designed mouse trap has been especially developed to cause the least stress and no harm to mice when they are caught.

The door drops automatically behind the mouse when it crosses the treadle to reach the bait, and the clear plastic body means you can see at a glance when you have caught something. Plentiful ventilation points reduce stress to caught mice.

The traps are easy to bait and set, and each trap is provided with full instructions for use.

Please note: Mice carry a variety of diseases, and should never be handled without protection. To minimise distress to captured mice, traps must be checked regularly (preferably every 2 hours), and should not be left overnight.

PRCPSTT Trip Trap humane mouse traps are supplied as a box of 6.

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Brilliant I have a cottage in the country and cats regularly bring home a live mouse or two. They release them and it's up to me to re-catch the blighters. Over the past 10 years I have had 3 of these traps. Use a blob of peanut butter to entice them in. The door shuts, they finish their banquet, next day I take them for a drive ( hint make sure you take them some distance away), then I release them into another field. Thoroughly recommend this one. It is much better than others because you can actually see that you have one in the trap.
Date published: 2014-01-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worked well ... after a small modification Set up the traps with a chocolate Roll 'Em as bait and for the first three nights achieved nothing other than feeding the mice chocolate. The process of retrieving the chocolate was not sufficient to trigger the trap. Then came the modification - By attaching the chocolate to a bent paper clip fed through the vent, the mouse is forced to tug on the chocolate (see picture). This tugging is enough to shake the trap and cause the door to shut. Result - Two mice successfully caught on the first night.
Date published: 2016-05-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simple yet effective They really work - 2 little cuties are now roaming the countryside. I'd recommend peanut butter, and to check regularly as they will get distressed if left for too long. Best humane trap I've tried!
Date published: 2016-08-19
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are they electronic?

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No they are not.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2015-11-19
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