Rated 1 out of 5Â by OldNick624 These traps don't catch mice!
Poor design means that the bait can be eaten by a mouse without triggering the trap. The bait goes onto a little bit of metal with two prongs that holds the bait at a perfect height for the mouse to nipple away without springing the trap.
I have successfully fed my mice half a bar of choclate using these traps.
I went to the local hardware store bought 4 little nipper traps (wooden with a full width plate for the bait) for Â£5 and caught four mice in one night. The bait from the 4 screwfix traps was eaten again without any being set off.
Overall, poor design means they just don't work. The only good bit is that they are quite well made and should last a long time, although their only real function appears to be as mouse feeders.
7 Jan 2016
Rated 5 out of 5Â by marky7 mouse trap
good value for money and a simple traditional trap
has a good mechanism so you dont get your fingers snapped in the trap
30 Oct 2015
Rated 2 out of 5Â by Jeffjudo Not very good
I purchased these to get rid of a "mouse in the house", unfortunately it ate the food placed on the trap, twice, without tripping it. (Three traps used and three food bits for the mouse.) I would not recommend these!
26 Mar 2015
Rated 1 out of 5Â by deeps05 cheese and wine
well made but poorly designed.
We must now have the fattest mice in the kingdom. All bait taken without the trap being activated. surprised our wine has not gone.
traps need a larger platform like the" little nipper"
Cheap but would not recommend.
may get a cat!!
7 Feb 2015