Friday, September 30, 2016

Victor Electronic Rat Trap that Produces a 7000 Volt Charge Per Rat

Victor® Electronic Rat Trap
By Gary Boutin                 

Supply and Tools:
Batteries 4 "C"
Q-tip for bait
Toothpick for bait
Victor® Electronic Rat Trap

Kenneth tried everything to get rid of his front yard mole and rats. He hired my Service to set up an electronic rat traps. Then Kenneth tried the Victor® Electronic Rat Trap.#1 

This post summarize the three steps on Victor® Electronic rat trap.

Step 1: Fig.1 through fig.4 shows the Victor® Electronic Rat Trap. Fig.1 show the Victor® electronic rat trap box. Fig.2 shows the top view of the box. Fig.3 shows the rat back view. Fig.4 show the front were the rat goes into. The box appears to be well made. Just do not put your hands inside.
Fig.1 Victor® Trap
Fig.2 Top view
Fig.3 Back end
Fig.4 Front view
Step 2: The Victor® electronic rat trap kills at a rate of one rat per setting, and can kill up to 50 rats per set of batteries. Assuming that the batteries are of good quality. Fig.5 through fig.6 house the 4-C batteries that power this trap. Fig.5 is the battery cover, fig.6 is where the battery are house, fig.7 shows all 4-batteries. Fig.8 show the battery case is ready and fig.9 is the on/off switch.
Fig.5 Battery housing
Fig.6 Battery base
Fig.7 Batteries

Fig.8 In use

Fig.9 On
Step 3: This trap appears to work well, except a rat was never with this product. Victor Rat Trap does use many batteries. However, the Tomcat Mole Trap® did catch rodents. If your interested check out this post. That one product that more than paid its weight in rodents.

#1 The information about this rat trap was obtained by Victor® Electronic Rat Trap, and my personal experience.

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