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Pest-Stop Electronic Rat Killer

RT014 - Pest-Stop Electronic Rat Killer
£68.04 Each inc. vat
Quantity Discounts
5 +£64.64
10 +£61.24

Specification

Dimensions: L = 220mm / 9", W = 90mm / 3.5", H = 120mm / 5"

Requires 4 X C-size batteries, not included.

State of the art 'Smart' electronics control this unique rat trap. When a rat enters the electronic rat killer to reach the bait, it reaches a point where it touches both killing plates and completes an electrical circuit, which kills it in seconds.

4 X good quality 'C' sized batteries will give the unit enough energy to kill approximately 12 rats.

Indicator light will flash red when batteries need to be replaced.

Usage

Only use indoors - e.g. houses, sheds, garages and agricultural buildings etc.

1. Insert 4 X 'C' batteries into battery compartment.

2. Using a plastic or wooden knife, insert a small amount of trap bait or peanut butter through a bottom hole on the back plate. Allow a small portion of the trap bait to extend through the hole - rats are very cautious, and this provides an opportunity for the rat to sample the trap bait without entering the trap.

3. Place the trap against the wall where there has been obvious signs of activity (rats prefer to travel against a wall).

4. Turn switch to "on" position (-). Unit will hum and the green light will flash once indicating that the unit has been enabled. To prevent incidental shock avoid contact with the metal plates. Once rat has been killed the green indicator light will flash for up to 24 hours.

5. Switch the trap off and then dispose of the dead rat.

6. Repeat these steps for further catches.

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