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Victor M250S Indoor Electronic Humane Mouse Trap – No Touch, No See Electric Mouse Trap

(10 customer reviews)


  • 100% Kill Rate – Beveled columns also help to keep the mouse in place over the trigger plate to prevent escapes
  • Humane, High-Voltage Shock – Once inside, the circuit triggers a high-voltage shock, humanely killing the mouse in seconds
  • Built-in Safety Features – A safety switch automatically deactivates the trap when opened, helping to protect children and pets
  • No Touch, No See – The removable kill chamber allows you to easily discard dead rodents without ever having to touch or view it
  • LED Alerts – A green LED light notifies you of a catch, so you know when it’s time to empty the trap without having to check manually
  • Easy to Use – Apply a small amount of bait to the bait cup, insert 4 “AA” batteries, place the trap along the wall, and turn on the trap
  • For Indoor Use – Place the trap along the wall in areas of your home or business where you’ve seen rodent activity
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The Victor Electronic Mouse Trap uses innovative technology to deliver a high-voltage shock, eliminating mice in seconds. This powerful device is capable of killing up to 100 mice per set of batteries (4 AA), making it a great value. It’s also easy to use! To use, simply place a high protein bait in the provided bait cup, place in a location with high rodent activity and power on. Advanced smart circuit technology senses when a mouse enters the tunnel, triggering the system to deliver a humane, high-voltage shock. After making a catch, a green LED light blinks to indicate a kill. The kill chamber is conveniently removable so you can easily dispose of the dead rodent without having to see or touch it. This removable chamber also makes baiting easy. The new and improved design of the electronic trap provides better plate access so you can easily clean it in between uses. Plus, the tunnel design and built-in safety switch, which deactivates the trap when opened, helps to protect children and pets. The unique tunnel design and beveled columns serve an added purpose of holding mice in place over the electrified plates to prevent escapes. These traps require no poison or chemicals and can be used anywhere inside your home or business to ensure years of effective mouse control. 100% kill claim substiation: Laboratory testing was performed in the Woodstream Animal Laboratory on 5/19/17 confirming 100% kill rate of mice with the M250S Victor Electronic Mouse trap. Testing was performed on multiple traps, each using a new, fresh set of alkaline batteries. Laboratory testing was performed on a total of (11) M250 traps, successfully dispatching (30) mice. All tests resulted in a confirmed kill of the tested mouse.

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Weight 7 lbs
Dimensions 3.52 × 1.98 × 7 in
Product Dimensions ‏

3.52 x 1.98 x 7 inches

Item Weight

7 ounces





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Country of origin ‏

‎ China

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AA batteries required.

Manufacturer ‏

Woodstream Corp

10 reviews for Victor M250S Indoor Electronic Humane Mouse Trap – No Touch, No See Electric Mouse Trap

  1. Cass

    So I loved this trap because I dont want to look at the dead rodents at all. The only downside is sometimes it says it has a catch but nothing is in there. Like i had brand new batteries in there and it blinked green and I had my maintenance man look but nothing was in there. Also to catch a 2nd rodent took 3wks because despite putting peanut butter in the bate station, the mouse wouldnt go in there. He finally did over this past weekend and of course died.

  2. M. H. Fischer

    Cat chased mouse into dining room; put 2 traps down at 7 a.m. and put cat in another room. At 1, I heard a buzzing and then saw the green light flash (it only flashes about once every 10 seconds so keep an eye on it). Moved entire unit into garage; wish I knew mouse was actually in there without opening trap. Cat still watching hiding place so left 2nd trap in place.

  3. James Jackosn

    The trap work like it was supposed to. It did not flash the lights to let me know a catch was made so I surprised myself. I would not hesitate to buy again. Also, you need to buy batteries as they are not included.

  4. LAURA

    Can’t stomach traditional mousetraps. It is great to have it out sight until I can get someone to help empty it (I reuse). The only problem is that it sometimes doesn’t work. Peanut butter bait is gone but the mouse escaped. My theory is small mice are not triggering the jolt. This needs to be improved.

  5. Amazon Customer

    I had read literally HUNDREDS of reviews for this product, both good and bad, but leaned more towards the positive when I decided to place my order. We had been finding “evidence” of these little critters for months on our counter, black stove and in kitchen drawers, but nowhere else. We had two cats that usually took care of the problem for us, but one of them moved out this summer with his owner. That’s when we found out that the tuxedo kitty was WORTHLESS and were about ready to borrow the one that had moved out for a few months to show Mr. Tuxedo what a “real” cat is supposed to do!!Enter the Victor M250S Indoor Electronic Humane Mouse Trap.When I was scrubbing the stove one day, awaiting our new kitty replacement, I noticed there was an area that was especially dirty below the digital dials for the temp & time, etc. I thought that was just a regular vent that heat comes out of when in use, but apparently, it’s a super-highway for our vermin friends to gain access to our counter. The few times we didn’t get a chance to do dishes before bedtime, we would awaken to used frying pans on the stove that one could only describe as a community port a potty for these ba&%#rds that had invaded our home.When our Victor trap arrived on 12/28/2022, I did exactly as instructed. Put in fresh batteries, put a tiny piece of peanut butter in the space provided being extra careful not to get any on the electric part using rubber gloves so as not to transfer my scent, then placed it on the counter next to the stove.Day #1 nothing but mouse poop on the spoon rest on the counter.Day #2. Made sure nothing edible was on the counter or stove. Nothing.Day #3, same thing.Day #4 God as my witness, that night my roomie fried up a few pieces of ham in a pan and sat down to eat. I walked past the kitchen to the living room, sat down and saw something out of the corner of my eye in the kitchen. All the lights were still on which made it very easy for me to see that one of our furry enemies was on the stove heading towards that frying pan!! He got up on the ledge of it and it must have still been too hot for his little feet, so he backed off and scurried behind the stovetop but not so much that I wasn’t able to see his paws and nose twitching, just waiting for the pan to cool down. I situated myself so I could see straight into the kitchen to view his little antics and sure enough, about 5 minutes later, there he was….IN THE DAMN FRYING PAN. I got of my chair quickly, walked towards the kitchen and stomped on the floor, thinking that would scare him off, but all he did was jump out the pan, turn around on the stove, and had a stare-down with me!!!OK, GAME ON!!!I took the frying pan, put it in the sink with soap and hot water and proceeded to set him up for his demise. Keep in mind that this whole time, the Victor trap was only inches away from the stove this whole time with peanut butter in it. Apparently OUR mouse had a more discerning pallet and preferred meat protein. I donned rubber gloves and carefully cleaned out the peanut butter and got out my jar of saved bacon grease. He was gonna LOVE this, I just knew it. I smeared a tiny dab of grease in the designated spot and set the trap next to the stove. I then took about a teaspoon of grease in another frying pan, heated it up to melt, then placed the pan on the counter right next to the trap. I knew the smell would be irresistible to him. I swear he was actually watching me as I was using the stove!! It took him maybe 2 minutes once I backed away, to get on the counter. He meandered to the frying pan immediately. It must have still been warm, because he backed off and proceeded to clean his little paws while perched ON TOP OF THE TRAP that was right next to the frying pan!! Bath time completed, he hopped into the frying pan and proceeded to lick off what little grease he could, then scurried back behind the stove.Day #5, nothing.Day #6, nothing.Day #7, the roomie and I both got a touch of the flu and barely went into the kitchen for anything.Day #9, I was more on the mend and went into the kitchen to make a cup of coffee. No green light and I couldn’t even remember if I had re-set the trap because I was so disappointed in the product. Not sure if it’s really the fault of the product or not. OUR mouse was just too smart and apparently a picky eater. Because we had the flu, there wasn’t anything on or near the counter for any “visitors” to eat. I took a look at the trap and no light was flashing and my brief look inside didn’t appear to have one in it so I set it back down on the counter. I was going to return the trap later that day but since I was there, I would slide the on/off switch to make sure it was set. When I did, it smelled funny; kind of an electrical smell and I wondered if, since I hadn’t been feeling well, that I hadn’t been able to smell that when we first got it and that that was what was keeping the critters away from it. I went back to my day and didn’t think about it for a few hours until I mentioned it to my roommate. She asked if I was certain it hadn’t caught something. I double checked, and sure enough, it was full! The bacon grease worked!!An hour later, the roomie was making a piece of toast. She had left a stick of butter on the counter the night before to thaw and this is what she found. Pic attached. It looks they were eating it like a cob of corn. This had never happened before! I don’t know if the mouse the trap caught had eaten the butter before getting on the trap or if he has friends that like meat protein too, but we were totally grossed out!I’ll be re-setting the trap with butter this time to see if any friends are tempted.Be patient and try different kinds of bait. It works!!*** UPDATE ***That next night, the trap caught another big fat one and we haven’t seen any new poop on the counter since. I find it hard to believe that we only had 2 total in the whole house, but time will tell. I’m going to put some fresh batteries and fresh butter and keep it on the counter until we are convinced we have them all. Being that it’s small enough to not be in our way for cooking, etc., there’s no reason not to keep it up and set. VERY happy with our results!!

  6. Liz

    Product arrived quickly, easy to set up, easy access to put batteries in, bait, etc.WOW is for how it worked! Let me tell ya…at first I tried the humane traps to relocate the little buggers.They’d catch a mouse now and then, but I saw mice, yes that is plural, mice, running across a room or jumping off one of my house plants, literally every time I walked through my house, day or night. I don’t like the idea of killing them but hey, I was finding mouse poop EVERYWHERE and shredded things that were once items of clothing or paperwork. When I saw mouse poop all over my kitchen counters one morning that was it, I got online to check out my options. I knew I had to get serious and do something about the mice. I had tried the typical snap traps, and once a week I’d catch a young mouse but I saw large mice leaving large poopies, yuck! I was looking for a product that would work quickly, although I want them out of my house I didn’t want them stuck on some glue pad suffering all day. I bought these and figured I’d give them a chance and I got 8 of them to place strategically throughout the house and also in my pigeon loft. I used a tiny bit of almond butter since it is what I had in the kitchen at the time, and it is a very small bait area, a dab of peanut or almond butter on the end of your pinky finger is all it takes. The next morning EVERY TRAP HAD CAUGHT A MOUSE!!! I was amazed. I knew I had a few mice, but to catch 8 in one night? WOW! I noticed as soon as I looked at the traps I saw a mouse tail sticking out, and knew I had a mouse in there. A couple I saw no tail but opened them up and there were very young mice in there, so I have a darn mouse hatchery here! So let me tell ya, I also have some Parakeets and a Canary, and the past few weeks their normally peaceful nights were disturbed by the mice. When you have pet birds, you know as soon as it gets dark they go to sleep. A bird chirping or flapping wings in the night is not normal, it means they’re being disturbed, and in my case it was by mice. When my birds were disturbed, so was I, as I’m a light sleeper. It really ticked me off my poor birds couldn’t even get a good night’s sleep. So the night I set these traps, I placed them under where the birds are, since that is where most mouse poopies were, obviously scavenging the few bird seeds that fell on the floor. The traps not only worked outstandingly, but they must be very fast, because I did not hear one whistle, peep or flap of wings in the night, so my birds were not disturbed at all. I also checked the traps I placed in my pigeon loft, also all traps out there were successful, each one had a mouse. The top of the trap portion flips open easily, tip it upside down and the dead mouse falls right out. I had a bucket of dead mice, I placed out near the edge of the cornfield for the buzzards, who promptly flew in for mouse breakfast. Although I really do not like killing them, I do not want them in my house or in my pigeon loft as they spread illness and destroy quite a bit. I have a black snake in one of my sheds catching mice but that dude isn’t even making a dent, I have serious rodent overpopulation going on here, I had to take some action. Poisons are not a option as I have a dog, chickens, the visiting snake in my other shed, owls or hawks that visit, and a neighbor’s cat often visits to hunt mice; I do not want to harm any other animals that may ingest a mouse full of poison. I would highly recommend these traps! In fact, I will be buying more to place them in my other shed as well. Thank you for inventing a product that works and is easy to set, clean and reset.UPDATESo I had purchased 8 traps initially. I caught a mouse in each trap 3 days straight, that’s 24 mice, large and small, no problem. I saw the part where the mouse goes in was in need of cleaning, with some of the almond nut butter smeared and mouse fur. Since the nut butter won’t really come off without soap and water, the units will come apart easily from the section where the batteries go so that they can be cleaned. Those sections just slide right apart. So, I took them apart and proceeded to wipe out the nut butter and then I placed them in a bucket with warm water and dish soap to clean them properly. The directions said to clean them so they will not have the scent of dead mice. After cleaning them I rinsed them and dried them, and set them on the deck in the sun to completely dry. I then put fresh almond nut butter in the bait space and snapped them into place, reassembling the units, the other part with the batteries did not need cleaning, but I did put in brand new fresh batteries, and set them up for more mice in my pigeon loft, as I saw there were still some mice running around. Well, I am not sure what happened, but no more mice have been caught. I figured I must have bought some dud batteries, so I went and bought more, a different type at a different store. Same result, no more mice are going into the traps. So now my question is…when you disassemble them to clean, is it essential they go back with the same original unit? They all look identical, they all have the exact same way they snap into place, so that is going to be a problem to figure out at this point. The only other conclusion is that the mice are getting wise, so I moved the traps to different spots. Still no mice will go in. Instead, now I have ants going in eating the darn bait! But no more mice are going in. Well…now what?!So I read through all of the other peoples’ questions and found this…”We do not recommend rinsing the plates but rather wiping them with a damp cloth and a hydrogen peroxide solution” and “clean it thoroughly after each kill with rubbing alcohol and a q-tip or paper towel to ensure the contacts stay clean” so I suspect that the metal contact plates are still funky with nut butter. I will clean them and try to reset everything up again, because there are still mice running around.

  7. Uncle Fester

    It works 99% of the time
    I set it up in the lounge left it overnight and it claimed its first victim, so I tried it again in a food cupboard and loaded it with a peanut and walnut and it failed to claim its second victim and the walnut went.Loaded it tonight with peanut butter and peanut and placed it under a wood burning fire and then I heard a buzzing fizzing noise coming from it and it had successfully claimed its second victim.I don’t like killing but when mice start getting into places they shouldn’t and humane traps don’t work, then I have no option but to use a device like this.It breaks my heart killing two beautiful little mice I would have preferred the humane way.

  8. Ken silvey

    It really does work
    I was a bit hesitant at first, as I have a puppy and a 6 month old son, But I knew I only had one little mouse so I placed four new AA batteries ???? I did use rechargeable ones as there is no USB on this one, so very mobile are used inside so wasn’t worried about it getting wet and within three nights there was the yellow light flashing. This little dude was dead. so in my eyes it 100% works.

  9. Niko

    Definitely effective.
    Mice in the attic is not something anyone wants to hear. We’re kept awake every year in the lead up to winter by gnawing and scratching above our heads. Poison is usually effective but ultimately means that there are mouse corpses rotting away somewhere and not something I want.I bought this, set it up and on the first night caught one of the little buggers. It’s simple to use and clearly very effective at doing its thing.Pros- Effective at its job. No more partially murdered rodents dragging their sorry selves around in pain. Zap and done.- No mess. Other traps can leave a real mess, snap traps can basically eviscerate/behead mice. We’ve had it and I’d rather not have it again.- Easy. Whack in the batteries. Put the bait on the bait spot. Put it in area they run through. Turn it on.- Quick clean/reload, no touching disease/lice ridden bodies. Open the top, empty into bin and repeat above (minus batteries)- Pretty humane. It’s sad to have to kill animals but ultimately live catch traps mean one of two things, they’re coming back or infesting someone else’s house depending on how far away you take them OR they are probably going to be attacked or vulnerable without a nest/knowledge of where food is out in the wild if they were born and raised in your attic in winter. Snap traps can do half a job and it’s not pretty. This thing either works or they get a jolt, either way it’s over quickly.-The trap isn’t going anywhere. With snap traps they can sometimes easily survive long enough to drag themselves and the trap behind kitchen cabinets/under fridges and be lost to rot away somewhere, plus you just lost your trap. With this they are not moving it anywhere.Cons- Even on offer it’s kind of pricey. Decent snap traps can be picked up for pennies on the pound and you can have multiple traps going. £20 is not something you’re going to double down on too much. This feeds into the next problem.- Lack of repeatability. Once the trap has done its job it’s out of action, in fact other mice will quite happily climb over its furry friend to steal the bait he/she was trying to get. This wouldn’t be an issue if they were a bit cheaper so you could put multiples down but they are not. Frankly there really isn’t any excuse for this price, the electronics inside can be found inside of poundland fly swatters and it doesn’t even include batteries. Either make the trap a repeater (like the much more expensive and way overpriced big brother version of this one that costs about £50) or make it reasonable please, your brand name isn’t *that* reputable. I hate to say it but mice are rarely alone and can breed like… well mice. Trap many or GTFO unfortunately.Summary/TLDRWould I buy it again? Probably. It works. It’s effective. It’s easy. It’s less messy in multiple senses of the word.However it is over priced and not really a practical option for dealing with an infestation, they will literally breed faster than you could kill and check traps in all but the most convenient locations. If you’re not squeemish, have loose morals about killing vermin humanely or are on a budget just get a ton of snap traps/wildlife friendly poison and get the job done.If you

  10. Aria

    Seemed to work but I never caught anything
    I don’t know if this worked, because I never caught anything. The bait chamber is really tiny…maybe that’s why? Or maybe it doesn’t work. I returned it.

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