EasySet Mole Trap

The new EasySet Mole Trap from Beagle Garden Products promises no pinched fingers or fiddly mechanism but an instant humane kill, according to the company.

EasySet Mole Trap - image: HW
EasySet Mole Trap - image: HW

Designed and built in the UK, the patent-protected trap reduces user injury and can be set by one hand simply pushing down on a plunger. The dual-direction trigger mechanism removes the need for two separate triggers, and allows the trap to be triggered regardless of the mole's direction of approach. Ultra-strong springs ensure a quick, humane kill.

Each kit (RRP: £24.50 including VAT) contains two EasySet Mole Traps, a probe for locating a mole run, foldable spade for excavating the run, trowel for clearing fallen earth from inside the run and a kneeler. The kit is contained in a bag, while a book explains about moles, their habits and how to trap them.


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