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Works when others didnt
Similar to the other reviews, very happy with this product because it worked when other traps didn't. I tried a rat zapper which in theory should work but the mouse took the bait about 6 times without being zapped despite cleaning the pads. Tried the plastic snap type trap from bunnings and again the same, bait pulled off without setting the trap several times. I also purchased the plastic rocker type traps but they catch the mouse alive and then you need to work out a way to kill it (or release it somewhere where it won't come back). Thankful...ly I didn't end up needing to use them. Tried one of these and immediately felt more confident because the design seemed like it had a much better activation system and on the first day it had caught the mouse. He was still right in the trap which suggests to me that it was a very quick or maybe even an instant death. As others have said the instructions that come with it aren't very clear but once you work it out it's not too bad. Not as easy to set as the other types and you use consumables (the rings) but when it works when the other traps don't it is worth it.
Best trap in the world +++++
Used other traps without success. Caught my own fingers in wooden ones and so poorly made the staples fly out and the things fall apart. Electric shock $40 from Bunnings= wasted $40. Nooski so far as produced 4 dead mice for 4 green nooses.
Best thing in the market caught 6 more to go
This trap has worked wonders. I hated the traditional traps and how sometimes they miss or close on your hands.
With this the mouse just lies dead few centimeters away from it.
But I was only suspecting one mouse and I'm very surprised that we caught 6 so far and it seems it won't end.
Disadvantage: instructions not very clear so we just watched a youtube video and it showed how it works exactly.
100% kill rate
This trap is the shizzle. I live near the bush so a couple of mice is just part of life. Having indoor pets meant that poisons were out. I thought I had a couple of mice around but 1 month in and I just cleaned up my 10th this morning. Every trigger has been a dead mouse within centimetres. Don't use any other trap. The only way this trap could be better is if it disposed of the remains for you, or if it was roboticised with a hunt mode.
Set this trap next to the oven at about 9:20pm, heard it go off at 10:15pm and at first we couldn't see any mouse but then we found it about a foot away just under the oven. Got rid of the mouse and re-set the trap and went back to bed and found another dead mouse next to it in the morning! It seems to be a fairly quick and humane way to kill the little fellas. I've used ratsack before and it was quite distressing to watch them die so slowly. The instructions on the packet weren't very helpful and it took a few minutes to work out how to set it but once you figure it out its easy. We used peanut butter as a bait.
First night. Bingo!
What a great product. At first,to load, was a little fiddly but loaded again this morning and it is easy to use.
Now Im going out to get the Rat Trap for the chicken pen.Great product and goodbye to all those nasty baits.
Does the trick
Bought the mouse trap today at Bunnings. It was reasonably priced and came with 12 little rubber bands. I have an inside dog so I didn't want any harmful bate within reach of her. I read about the Nooski and it sounded good. I've tried other more traditional style traps - one we set recently and the mouse ran off with it, the trap was nowhere to be seen where we left it. Tonight we caught the mouse we'd seen in the kitchen with the Nooski. It worked first go. We heard the trap go off and found the mouse dead nearby to the trap shortly after. I felt bad but we can't have a mouse running around our kitchen. I'm pleased the mouse didn't suffer for too long.
Best mouse trap in the world!!!!!
I live in rural Western Australia and I have an aviary. So obviously, I have mice. I also have a dog and grandies so that's a NO to poisons. Besides, the poisoned mice invariably crawl into my roof to die and they stink. I have tried every mouse trap on the market and some weird and wonderful farmer solutions too. All to no avail. Every mouse trap I buy only works a couple of times before it breaks. This must be making a billion dollars for someone. Finally, I tried the Nooski Mouse Trap. It takes a little getting use to. Those rubber bands ar...e a little hard to keep on while I try to get the two parts back together. But if you buy one of these miraculous traps, persevere with it. You'll get the knack. I am catching 4-6 mice every evening. I seem to only catch them between 6pm and 11pm. I love this trap and I will be buying more of them. Most of you will find the refill packs of 20, more than enough for your needs but I have caught 20 mice in 4 days. Luckily, I have a farmer friend that has sheep. He gave me a pack of THOSE rubber rings to go on boy sheep. They are exactly the same size and thickness. You can buy a pack of 500 for just $15. I bought 8 other old fashioned wooden traps and haven't bothered to open them at all. There is NOTHING bad about this product.
We stuffed around for weeks with ratsak etc and killed nothing. Bought the Nooski mouse trap and installed it at 3:00pm today. My wife checked at 7:00pm and her scream indicated success. The mouse was dead next to the trap. Took all of 4 hours. Fantastic result.
Catches a mouse every time!
There is an old saying, 'Build a better mouse trap and the world will beat a path to your door'! Well Nooski have certainly done just that. This is a totally new concept which I found in Bunnings although I believe it can be purchased for half the cost in Masters. It has been brilliantly thought out, is totally safe for use around children or pets...and it works, every time....never misses.
It looks a bit like a two stage miniature space ship with a frosted nose section that tapers to a round end. You simply roll one of the supplied latex rubb...
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