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2 Trapper T-rex Rat Snap Traps Rodent Control Trap Trex BELL-1043
The Trapper® T-Rex Rat Trap is a state-of-the-art mechanical trap that offers superior rat capture. Patented interlocking teeth make rat escape virtually impossible. With T-Rex you'll get the perfect combination of trigger sensitivity and trap velocity - speed and responsiveness that ensure a successful and deadly capture. Easy to set and safer to use than traditional snap traps, the T-Rex can be placed directly in a Protecta Rat Bait Station, or tied to pipes or beams that rats may use as highways. A bait cup in the center of the trigger pedal makes it easy to add baits including Bell's new Provoke Rat Attractant.
Target pests: Rats ~~ For use in: Can be used anywhere there is a rodent problem. Place along walls where rats travel, or for sensitive areas where safety is a concern, it can placed inside the tamper-resistant Protecta Rat Bait Station.
Pet safe: Keep away from children and pets.
Yield: each trap measures 5 ½" x 3"
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11 of 11 found the following review helpful:
Poor construction, but break necksJul 02, 2011
Had an invasion, and read that these were what the pros use. They work, but if you bait them and leave them for more than a few weeks, they literally self destruct. Cheap plastic on the bottom of the trap fails and you throw them away. Need to check them often after a couple kills, as they will implode. Not sure if they're dangerous (to people), but be careful handling if yours are more than a couple weeks old and loaded.
6 of 6 found the following review helpful:
KILLS A FEWFeb 12, 2011
By michael bertolucci
I was surprised how strong these traps initially felt when I baited them and set them, but after catching a few rats they began to break. The plastic around the spring would break and it was a bummer because they really worked so well. I contacted the company and asked if I was setting them incorrectly and got a really unhelpful response. In brief, I liked the product but was not satisfied with the 2 week shelflife and customer service.
5 of 5 found the following review helpful:
Not as good as I thought.Jul 07, 2012
These traps work great. They just don't last very long. I ordered two of these rat traps. One was defective out of the box. The other worked for one day, then malfunctioned the same as the first one. Seller sent replacement for first deftective one, but it too failed after the first day. The spring is too strong for the plastic traps, and they fail to stay set. When three out of three fail after one days use, it's time to question the product. It is a shame they don't last. Pretty pricey item for single use. I also use the smaller version of these traps for mice, and they work great. They just aren't big enough to hold a rat.
5 of 5 found the following review helpful:
trapper t-rex rat trapJun 19, 2012
This is a great idea and works well until about the third rat. Then the pivot arm breaks and your trap no longer works. I bought two and both broke almost immediately. The heavy spring is too strong for the plastic pivot arm.
6 of 7 found the following review helpful:
Great Trap - Long LastingAug 01, 2011
By AI Shopper
We live in FL where rats are a major problem. (Y'all thought it was just alligators!) We were given 3 of these traps by our local exterminator 3 years ago. They have worked so well I have purchased more. We have caught many rats in our VERY hot attics with no problems related to the plastic. We have no cracks, breaks or implosion as described by others. The plastic T-Rex has great advantage over the standard wood/spring trap which we also use and are now replacing. It is not uncommon for the kill to be "messy" with both kinds of traps. Rats are also cannibals which can leave the death scene looking like something out of a CSI segment, as has happened in our garage attic. The T-Rex traps make it very easy to dump the victim and then wash and de-odorize the trap! It is difficult/impossible to remove rat parts/odor from the wood on the standard spring trap. You might say just throw it away including the victim-not with the number of rats we've caught! We use peanut butter for bait. The small cup keeps the bait from running all over in attic heat. I do tie a string from the trap to a beam as our large rats can drag these (as well as standard wood traps).
I would highly recommend these. All my neighbors have them in their attics.
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