How To Get Rid Of Moles, voles, gophers and other rodent pest? The sonic repellent vibrates and emits sonic pulses penetrating the soil to irritate moles, gophers and voles, who are virtually blind and extremely sensitive to sounds and vibrations, and force them to leave the property.
Solar Panel: 4V45mA
Effective Range: 650m²
Transmits ultrasonic every 20-30 seconds
Rechargeable Current: 45mA with 90000LUX
Rechargeable battery included: 1.2V 800MAH Ni-cd
1 Mole repellent covers up to 5,500 Sq. Ft.
Effective drive away underground burrowing rodents.
Rodents are chased away actual unharmed.
Harmless to the environment, humans and pets.
Waterproof, corrosion resistant and durable.
Attractive design blends with landscape.
2 * Mole repellent
1 * User manual
Instructions for Use:
a. Take out the connector
b. Connect the two interfaces
c. Press the switch
Clean and Safe– The mole repeller is harmless to environment, pets and human. The sonic pulses and vibration are emitted at 400 Hz in all directions every 30 seconds. It is environmentally friendly and eliminates the use of mole traps, mole killer or mole poison.
Weatherproof– Suitable for all weather conditions. But Choose the best sun location, so the solar panel to can receive the light as directly as possible.
Easy to Use–Just take it out, connect the head and spike, then directly inserted it into the soil, Make sure the top part is at least 2 inches above the ground.
Solar Powered- A high-tech solar panel is built in the solar mole repeller. The battery will recharge from the solar panel automatically. A full solar charge in full sunlight for around 4 hours will enable the gopher repellent to operate for 4 days even in unfavorable weather without interruption. The battery life is about 2 years.
Effective– Send out a burst of sonic waves in every 20-30 seconds, of course the rats hate this sound and treat it as a symbol of danger, so, just wait for the rat rush their way out of your property for their lives.100% safe, compare with those expensive and dangerous chemicals and tools, would it be nice to use this one?