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Victor Sonic Pro Dual Speaker Rodent Repeller Torments Mice and Rats to Leave
Get rid of mice. Get rid of rats. Just place the Victor® Heavy Duty PRO Sonic PestChaser® ultrasonic rodent repellent M792 in a corner or against a wall. This pest repeller sits elevated on non-skid feet. Economical and pet friendly, this is a non-chemical mice repellent that does not harm rodents. Made by Woodstream, this ultrasonic mouse repeller has two speakers each 2.5 inches in diameter that emit high frequency sound waves more than 2X the power output of standard ultrasonic pest control units. The Pestchaser M792 is the most powerful electronic pest control device in the market! Same technology used is used for rodent problems in restaurants, warehouses and on ships
The physical size of this mouse repeller is 5 inches wide at the back by 3.5 inches high. The 6 foot long cord lets you place the pest repeller to effectively repel rodents from protected areas. For use in large sized rooms, kitchens, garages, attics and basements.
The sound is completely inaudible to people and non-rodent pets. Varying intensity and frequencies of ultrasonic sound waves prevents rodents from getting used to the Victor® Sonic PestChaser® ultrasonic rodent repellent. Since the sound is inaudible, a red LED light tells you the unit is working properly. It's kinder than traps, safer than poisons, and there are no dead rodents to dispose of so it minimizes human contact with mice, rats, and other disease-bearing rodents. Reduction in rodent activity should occur within 6-10 days. Estimated service life of the unit is 5-7 years or more. Economical: less than a penny a day in operating costs for electricity.
Note: Ultrasonic sound cannot penetrate furniture, cabinets or walls. Multiple units required for multiple rooms.
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