This item is currently unavailable.
We may attempt to source an alternate supplier, and will update this page if we do.
As an alternative, please CLICK HERE to view other products in the same category.
The electronic rat killer is well built and efficient. I am pleased to have purchased this item.
State-of-the-art ‘smart’ electronics control this unique zapper. When a rat enters the electronic rat killer to reach the bait, it reaches a point where it touches both killing plates and completes an electrical circuit, which kills it in seconds. The open design which suits rats rather than mice, makes the rat killer the ideal choice for use by professional pest controllers.
Indoor use only.
Length 21.5cm (8.5") x Width 10cm (3.9") x Height 13cm (5.1")
Requires 4 x C size batteries, not included. Mains adaptor not available for this item.
Stainless Steel Forceps RRP
Available from 10/04/2017
These serrated forceps are ideal for removing dead rodents from pest traps without having to touch them with your hands. Made of stainless steel, it is hard-wearing and will last for many years to come.
Duracell C Batteries - 2x Packs of 2
Rodent Carcass Disposal Bags - Pack of 10
Rodent Carcass Disposal Bags - Pack of 50
Selected items will be included with your purchase
"Hasn't exterminated anything yet but early days"
Reviewed Tuesday, 18 October 2016
"Well packed item with clear instructions."
Reviewed Sunday, 9 October 2016
"No problems so far"
Reviewed Monday, 3 October 2016
"This product worked just once. Rats were going in and out eating the bait with no ill effect at all. Very disappointed."
Reviewed Sunday, 18 September 2016
Reviewed Tuesday, 6 September 2016
"Kills mice but not rats"
Reviewed Monday, 22 August 2016
"Looks like an elegant solution but has not caught the rat after a week in place"
Reviewed Saturday, 23 July 2016
"after the first parcel arrived unfortunately the product was faulty however most impressed when you sent out a replacement the vey next day well done! and thankyou"
Reviewed Thursday, 7 July 2016
"Yet to prove itself. Bait has not yet been touched,"
Reviewed Wednesday, 22 June 2016
Reviewed Sunday, 19 June 2016