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5 zaps here, still haven't needed to change the batteries (new ones put in when we received the product)
Tina Kujawski
· May 6, 2017
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The opening is big enough, but my rats were waltzing in and out. I don't know if this was a defective unit but I returned it. I later purchased the Rat Trapper Ultra and got four rats and a possum.
ginnybaci
· June 6, 2017
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Uncertain if I got upgrades, but what I got works perfectly for rats and mice. Put in a piece of dry dog food, plug it in and wait for the beep. Easy disposal. Sorry to animal lovers but I cannot abide rodents and before having this, I didn't sleep for a week. No sign of them since my "raid."
Liz
· January 14, 2018
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I've caught 8 large rodents so far and still works. this one can plug in to a wall outlet also but i have been using batteries, Try cleaning the units, it may help longevity,
charles szymcik
· September 10, 2017
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Yes rats go in this trap. I have killed many.
Robert Gettis
· December 13, 2016
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I have a Rat Zapper. It works great with rats.
dbGuy
· July 11, 2017
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Correct. Ultimately we were just feeding squirrels....and encouraging them to pay us a visit.
Hattie
· January 3, 2018
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What's it doing - or not doing?
J Reid
· March 19, 2019
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I do not believe that the unit generates any external heat or sparking of any type. That said, it is an electrical appliance.
Oregon Consumer
· February 14, 2017