Easy to Bait:
Place peanut butter in bait cup. A special bait cup and trip paddle make it nearly impossible for rats to steal bait without getting trapped.
Easy to Set:
Place trap in a problem area, on a flat surface, preferably near a wall. With both thumbs, pull back slowly on upper bar until it locks firmly in catch. Trap is set when strike bar is in upright position.
Easy to Dispose of Rat:
To dispose of rat, simply pull back on the upright bar until the rat is released.
Snap-E Mouse Trap is escape-proof and you never have to touch another mouse. Snap-E Mousetraps are easy to use and made to last. Use them year after year. They're safe, simple and sanitary. Steel and durable polystyrene materials make them tough. Smart engineering - including a larger trip paddle and strike bar - makes them work every time.
wish I knew about these traps a few years ago. would have saved me a lot of trouble,,thanks,out standing,works excelent,
Yes, there IS a better mouse/rat trap by DesertGuy5708/31/2011
I have used these for 7 years in an open space area trapping rats, squirrels, etc. around my house and yard. Very effective and efficient. Somebody was thinking to invent this trap. The best part is that unlike a conventional wood trap this sets positive and doesnt go off while you are trying to set it, ruining your whole ^%$#$%^ day. Chunky peanut butter is sufficient bait. Easy to clean, reusable, etc. Can't recommend too highly.
Kness Traps by foodsafetymanager06/26/2013
Best trap on the market. Easy to set. Washable. The rats don't have a chance! Great purchase.
Built a better rat trap by spitshine from Bham Washington11/05/2011
Its just an awesome trap, no fear of crushing your thumbs when setting the trap, the "bait" is in a cup so as soon as they touch the "paddle" the rats are toast!!!!!
Best Rat Trap by Dan11/16/2012
It works so much better than those old fashioned wooden rat traps. They are not able to get away with the bait and cleaning the trap is really easy as well.
Excellent Product by HybridTea11/04/2014
The Snap-E Trap works like a charm. Took me a while to figure the right bait and placement since the rats were ignoring the Trade Joe's Peanut Butter. Turned out fresh cut apple works well. But has to be placed tightly in the bait cup. If it is placed loose the rat is able to eat it without triggering the trap. I had a motion detection security camera pointed at the trap to see what exactly happens. The younger rats just try to grab the apple and get trapped very quickly. The mature rats take their time to walk around and look at the trap very closely. There is one rat that seemed to know how the trap worked and gently pressed on the trigger plate to test it ... too late!