Bell’s Trapper Hidden Kill Mouse Trap gives pest managers a new option when looking for a low-profile, cost-effective mouse trap.
Bell are promoting a better, more professional way to trap mice, with the new Trapper Hidden Kill Mouse Trap. This new mouse trap was designed with a quick, no mess capture and kill mechanism that is an upgrade from the unsightly kill of outdated wood traps, all at an exceptional value.
As professionalism and discretion become more of a priority in trapping programs, the Hidden Kill trap has a variety of features to meet these requirements. Built with a fully enclosed capture area, it keeps the captured mouse hidden inside and with its stealthy, low profile design it blends into a variety of surroundings.
With environmental responsibility at the forefront of the minds of pest managers in Australia, the need for new and innovative, non-chemical control products has become more of a priority.
“Bell has always been a leader in developing products for a non-toxic approach to rodent elimination,” said Samuel Wood, Bell’s Australian technical representative.
“We are incredibly proud to add a unique and complimentary trap to our product range, offering yet another tool for pest managers to utilise in their trapping programs. The Hidden Kill is a discreet and low profile trap with a fully enclosed kill, an excellent option for both domestic and commercial accounts.”
The Trapper Hidden Kill includes a range of other performance and convenience features:
- Easy, no touch disposal
- Two-way entry allows mice to enter from either direction
- Innovative design for optional corner placement
- Removable bait cup for safe and easy baiting.
The Hidden Kill is a premium quality trap that is built to withstand a variety of baiting environments. Yet, at a price comparable to wood traps, the Hidden Kill is an economical option for pest managers looking for both a professional and value-priced mouse trap.
“Hidden Kill provides pest managers with an opportunity to offer a higher value mouse trapping service, differentiating themselves from competition and doing so with little to no added costs,” said Todd Butzow, Bell’s vice-president of marketing. “It really is one of those rare ‘win-win’ situations.”