- The well known Nipper trap
- Throw whole thing away once you have your catch!
Everlastingly popular wooden Nipper (break-back) Rat Trap.
Bait with potato, apple, peanut butter, chocolate, cheese, cereal, biscuit, or even bacon! They will eat almost anything.
The ever faithful Nipper Rat Trap, used successfully for years.
Using a direct kill rat trap can be very effective but rats are wary and if you have a number of rats then rat control using traps may not be the answer. Rat poison can be more effective but beware using rat poison in the home as there is a risk that rats will die and cause a very unpleasant smell.
Be very careful when setting this rat trap as the spring is very strong and you could damage yourself, rather than the rat!!!!!
For indoor use only. Dangerous to non-target animals when used outdoors!!
Feefo Reviews - Average 87% (15 reviews)
|Date||Score||Customer Comment||Our Response|
||Very good company and very many choice of products and good value.|
||First class service arrived when said and caught a rat within 2 hours of setting trap, bit of advice be very careful with fingers when setting traps if you want to keep them|
||Baited and killing within one hour of opening the box. These traps don't give the critters a chance, mind your fingers though!|
||very good, set half a dozen steel traps, nothing!, Little nippers, caught one and killed it,|
||Excellent did the job, the Rat is dead!|
||neither of the rat traps had the spar that holds down the snap spring so that neither work. Please send two working models to replace them... I can return the non working ones that are incomplete and dont work|
||Again, unsucessful. I think the birds in our garden were more interested in the peanut butter I had put on this to entice the rodent!|
||Bought 5 traps. One was very rusty in all it's plated metal components. Looked like it had been used, outdoors for an extended period of time.|
||I haven't put these into full service yet as the local rats must be away on holiday, but woe betide the suntanned critters when they return. During testing they make a real mess of sticks and certainly are no place to go sticking your fingers in.|
||Haven't caught the little blighter yet but ...|
One Little Nipper looks as though it has been used. It is blood stained in the catchment area and other parts also show signs of staining.
The other one does look brand new.
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