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Uses powerful 110 decibel ultrasound with a constantly changing frequency at a pitch too high for most humans to hear. We imagine that, for rodents it's like a smoke alarm going off continuously.
Technical: Ideal for large spaces such as lofts,outhouses and barns, it is a humane and inexpensive alternative to poisons and traps, and is also safe for humans and pets. 360° coverage, recommended for an area of up to 914sq m (3000sq ft); 240V mains adaptor supplied with a cable length of 6ft, 2m. Please note it is not waterproof and is intended for indoor use only.
Ultrasound does not pass very well through walls or solid objects so is unlikely to be effective outside the area that it's plugged into. If you're looking for a solution to mice in your house, try the Rat and Mice control 'whole house'.
360° coverage, over an area of up to 1,220 sq m (4,000 sq ft) 240V mains adaptor supplied. Height: 6cm (2½ ins) Length: 11cm (4½ ins)
"No mouse in loft ........."
Reviewed Tuesday, 3 October 2017
"Quick delivery, good product"
Reviewed Thursday, 28 September 2017
"Absolutely excellent customer service and good product."
Reviewed Sunday, 10 September 2017
"The mice have gone! We live in a very old house with 22 inch walls so I bought more than one which appears to have worked. Better than mouse traps."
Reviewed Sunday, 9 July 2017
"Hard to tell if it works but there are no Wood Mice in there at the moment."
Reviewed Friday, 7 April 2017
"Too early to be sure but the squirrel in our loft seems to be making less frequent visits!"
Reviewed Wednesday, 29 March 2017
"Prompt delivery. Product seems to be doing what it says i.e. We havent heard the patter of little feed in our attic, since installing:). Great job !!!"
Reviewed Monday, 23 January 2017
"Early days but seems OK."
Reviewed Wednesday, 18 January 2017
"still having problems with mice in my loft"
Reviewed Monday, 28 November 2016
"We use in warehouse space, there been mice caught, now nobody comes in"
Reviewed Thursday, 17 November 2016