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1. P3 International P7906 Vibrasonic
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2. P3 International P7900 Sonic Molechaser
$7.99 list($29.95)
3. P3 International P7901 Molechaser

1. P3 International P7906 Vibrasonic Molechaser
list price: $44.95
our price: $19.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005AH85
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: P3 International
Sales Rank: 201
Average Customer Review: 2.28 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The strongest in the company's line of rodent-irritators, the P3International P7906 Vibrasonic Molechaser evacuates moles by emitting apenetrating sound that sets the rodents' sensitive hearing on edge. Operating ina circular pattern of 130 feet, the Vibrasonic Molechaser also chases off groundsquirrels, shrews, voles, pocket mice, and gophers. It won't harm the rodents oryour earthworms or your pets; it won't even harm your lawnmower, because you canbury it flush with the ground. At 1-3/4 inches in diameter and 16 inches long,the anodized aluminum Vibrasonic Molechaser doesn't require an excavation ofyour garden, and you can replace the four D-cell batteries--approximately onceevery 4 to 6 months--without digging it up. The device gives off 300 Hz of soundat 8-second intervals and works best in unobstructed, moist clay soil. If soilis dry, sandy, or peat soil, you may need a couple of Molechasers to get rid ofmoles for good. --Emily Bedard ... Read more

Features

  • Laboratory tested and approved
  • 8-second sound intervals for up to 13,500 square feet (1/3 acre) of coverage
  • Does not harm rodents or affect pets
  • Crafted from anodized aluminum with a stout waterproof head
  • Buries flush with the ground for easy mowing

Reviews (18)

4-0 out of 5 stars Tired of stomping down mole hills?
Day after day those pesky moles were pushing up my yard. Nobody I asked knew what to do until my brother herd about the molechaser. Yes I was very skeptical but was very annoyed at those darn hills. I decided to give it a try. I purchased the P3 international P7906 Vibrasonic model. I wanted the most coverage since I live on an acre of land, I bought 3 of them. When I received the units I went to work installing them. I had a little trouble pounding them into the ground. the caps need to be very tight or you will tear the threads. 1 of the units was defective but I was able to repair it using some glue and it has been working just fine. Overall IM very pleased with the purchase and yes it works very well I haven't pushed a single molehill down since I installed them 1 week ago.

1-0 out of 5 stars More aptly named "the Mole Attractor"
The P3 International Vibrasonic Molechaser is perhaps the worst piece of equipment I have ever purchased! After placing 2 molechasers in our yard for about 7 weeks, we actually have more moles now than we did before. Not only are they eating our flower bulbs, but now have attacked the garden plants. Consequently we moved the "moleattractors" closer to the flower bed and garden area. The moles moved also - the greatest concentration of moles in the yard is now within 5 feet of the "moleattractors".
In the end we decided that the Vibrasonic Molechaser makes an excellent (but expensive) launching system for bottle rockets! So, save your money and look to another method of controlling your rodent population.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good
I changed el.supply to constant 6 volt suply using 220/6 V
adapter from the house. It has been working about one year. Result is good but success depends much of the kind of soil. With one I covered about 3000 sq.ft in sandy soil. No moles appeared any more in that area.Suggest produce some pieces ready for using with adapter. That would eliminate frequent change of the bateries and drop in the Voltage specially in cold weather. Connection by el. wires throug soil is very easy. Such a solution could give a possibility to decrease the size.

4-0 out of 5 stars Worked For Us!
We live on one acre and this item is really working great for us. We had a terrible problem with gopher mounds appearing nearly every day in our front yard very close to our front porch, but after using this product our problem is gone! I bought one of these for my husband for Christmas and he installed it in March so we have been using this product for nearly three months now. We are very pleased with this product and have ordered three more for the other areas of our property. We must remember where we install these though, because once the battery goes dead, they will be hard to find in the yard if looking with a hazy memory!

1-0 out of 5 stars Don's waste your money. Absolutely useless!
We had just paid $2500 to put a new lawn in when I noticed a couple mole hills pop up. Being an animal lover I wanted to avoid resorting to poisons and traps so I purchased the P7906 Vibrasonic Molechaser. What I had believed to be device that repelled pests in a manner similar to the ultrasonic units used to keep insects out of your house actually turned out to be nothing more than a battery powered rattle that requires 4 D cells.

Our yard is about 1/3 of an acre and the soil is of the clay type that is supposedly ideal for this product. I planted the stake near the concentration of mole hills, stomped them down and waited a few days to see if the returned. They didn't seem to so I moved the stake to the center of the yard to benefit from maximum coverage. 2 days later the hills were back in full force. I moved the stake back to the mole camp again. They moved about 5 feet away from their original spot.

Finally I stuck the stake directly into the center of mole trails. This morning my yard looks like I had been invaded by grave robbers. The moles have set up shop about 3 feet from the stake and have apparently invited all their friends to join them for a good laugh at this worthless piece of junk.

If you are looking to maximize the damage to your yard then buy this stake, move it around a few times and enjoy the devastation. If you want to get rid of moles, your money is better spent on traps or poisons that, while less humane, are more likely to keep your yard free of infestation and you more likely to stay sane. ... Read more


2. P3 International P7900 Sonic Molechaser
list price: $40.00
our price: $14.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005AH83
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: P3 International
Sales Rank: 629
Average Customer Review: 3.08 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The P3 International P7900 Sonic Molechaser makes moles scram byemitting a penetrating sound that sets the rodents' sensitive hearing on edge.Operating in a circular pattern of 120 feet, the Molechaser also chases offground squirrels, shrews, voles, pocket mice, and gophers. It won't harm therodents or your earthworms or your pets; it won't even harm your lawnmower,because you can bury it flush with the ground. At 1-3/4 inches in diameter and16 inches long, the stout aluminum Sonic Molechaser doesn't require anexcavation of your garden. Plus, you can replace the four D-cellbatteries--approximately once every 4 to 6 months--without digging it up. TheMolechaser gives off 300 Hz of sound at 15-second intervals and works best inunobstructed, moist clay soil. If soil is dry, sandy, or peat soil, you may needa couple of Molechasers to get rid of moles for good. --Emily Bedard ... Read more

Features

  • Laboratory tested and approved
  • Up To 11,250 square feet (1/4 acre) coverage
  • Buries flush with the ground for easy mowing
  • Does not harm rodents or affect pets
  • Crafted from 100% waterproof aluminum with a plastic head

Reviews (12)

4-0 out of 5 stars Moles were gone in my yard.
I have many moles'hills in my front yard. I had tried many things, but did not work. I purchased two of 7900 Molechaser last month. I placed them in the front yard about 1 week. I can not see any signs of mole hill since then. I have noticed my neighboor yard having a mole hill now. What am I supposed to tell them?

5-0 out of 5 stars Moles/Voles... little rodents!
I own and operate a professional lawn care and landscaping company. There is nothing more I hate than a mole/vole. I have tried mechanical traps, piercing tools, flooding, and tried killing the grubs/earthworms. In fact, the thought of using explosives like Bill Murray in Caddyshack has crossed my mind (on SEVERAL occasions). Since it is very hard to convince my customers in installing a pet fencing system, getting a cat, and training the 'mouser' cat to catch moles...these things suffice. I install mine using a bulb auger, check their operation quarterly, and they seem to work well (in hard, compacted clay)...If you have a lawn care/landscaping business, these are wonderful devices to sell your customers on (although they do make a funky vibe noise)...

5-0 out of 5 stars Uncle Greg Loved it!
My Uncle Greg and Aunt Linda had more moles than you could shake a stick at. After I purchased them two molechasers, the moles all but vanished. They had tried everything. Aunt Linda was going crazy sprinkling hot sauce on the lawn and driving my uncle insane. Now they are both relaxing in there mole free lawn!! Thank you so much for a wonderful product!

4-0 out of 5 stars Maintaining a mole free lawn - but I may be going overboard
The only reason I didn't give the Molechaser a 5 was the questionable range guidelines. It may be that it's hard to determine the range in my soil conditions, but once I installed 2 more early last summer for a total of 4 covering approx 5000 non contiguious sq ft, they have left the protected areas alone. Due to some activity in my neighbors yard, I made some adjustments to the layout this spring, and noted that my perimiter was tested once again. I'm going overkill and picking up another one to confidently protect my entire lot (1/2 acre) for a mole free summer.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not This
The only treatment that works is to kill what the moles eat.
Put down something to kill insect larvae, grub-ex or somthing like that.
That works. ... Read more


3. P3 International P7901 Molechaser
list price: $29.95
our price: $7.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005AH84
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: P3 International
Sales Rank: 254
Average Customer Review: 2.33 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The P3 International P7901 Molechaser makes moles scram by emitting apenetrating sound that sets the rodents' sensitive hearing on edge. Operating ina circular pattern of 100 feet, the Molechaser also chases off ground squirrels,shrews, voles, pocket mice, and gophers. It won't harm the rodents or yourearthworms or your pets; it won't even harm your lawnmower, because you can buryit flush with the ground. At 1-3/4 inches in diameter and 15 inches long, thehigh impact ABS plastic Molechaser doesn't require an excavation of your garden.Plus, you can replace the four D-cellbatteries--approximately once every 4 to 6 months--without digging it up. TheMolechaser gives off 300 Hz of sound at 15-second intervals and works best inunobstructed, moist clay soil. If soil is dry, sandy, or peat soil, you may needa couple of Molechasers to get rid of moles for good. --Emily Bedard ... Read more

Features

  • Laboratory tested and approved
  • Up to 9,000 square feet (1/5 Acre) coverage
  • Buries flush with the ground for easy mowing
  • Does not harm rodents or affect pets
  • 100% waterproof

Reviews (6)

1-0 out of 5 stars Mole attracter !
I have fought moles for years. I have tried poison pellets, gassers, the old water hose, etc. and nothing works. (I have not set traps because I don't want to dig another hole in the lawns.) I bought the Molechaser. I was taken in by another dream seller. Hills popped up less than three feet from the new device. Save your money. Even at half price, it is a rip-off!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing mole chaser
WE HAVE 45 ACRES OF BEAUCOLIC ROLLING HILLS IN UPSTATE
NEW YORK. 13 OF WHICH ARE CLEARED AS PASTURES, NEED I
SAY MORE ABOUT OUR CONQUEST OF THE "MOLES"!!! YOUR
P3 MOLECHASER DOES THE JOB. WE ARE MORE THAN SATISFIED
AND HAVE SHARED OUR SUCCESS WITH OUR FRIENDS AND
NEIGHBORS. THANK YOU P3!!
SPENCER MILLBROOK

4-0 out of 5 stars Awesome device!
I bought one for my front yard and one for the back and have not been disappointed at all. A friend of mine told me about this device after having gophers eat her roses. I bought mine and couldn't be happier. My neighbors all have gophers, but not me!

1-0 out of 5 stars This Doesn't Work
Last year I bought a new house, and it came with some furry friends in the backyard. After a few frustrating months of trying various smelly things, flooding their holes, and some of the other non-poisonous methods, I decided to give a sonic device a shot. This was the one I actually tried. In fact, I put two of them in my backyard.

For the first four or five months I thought that they were doing a great job. They they seemed to stop working. They were still making that annoying sound every minute, but every few mornings I would find another mound in the yard.

Suddenly it occured to me why. Over the winter, few birds visited the feeders, and very little seed was scattered. Now the seed was being scattered, and the furry scavangers were back.

What finally helped in my case was to remove the turf under the feeders, put some poison pellets down, cover it up with landscaping faberic and lava rock. (I didn't want my dog or cat accidently getting at the poison.) I stompped-down a couple more mounds over the next two weeks (they didn't break through the fabric), and then it stopped. They either moved back to whichever neighbor was providing them with better, less poisonous, easier to get to food, or they died.

I can't believe I put up with that constant, stupid buzzing from the sonic mole chasers for as long as I did. My backyard is peaceful again.

I've heard some people swear these things worked. And for the first few months I would have believed them. The concept is correct: You want to make your yard uninviting. But frankly, I think the sound bothered me as much as them, and once the food source came back, they tollerated the noise just as many humans tollerate jobs they hate. If you want to eat, an annoying noise eventually becomes a minor thing.

1-0 out of 5 stars not worth it
after over a month of using the molechaser, I still have dirt piles popping up all over my yard. Some of these are only 6 feet away from where I placed the device.

I followed the instructions, shelled out money for 4 D-cell batteries, and still no luck. I think one of the neighborhood cats got to one of the moles -- my dog carried it to the back door like it was some sort of prize that she wanted to share with me. Alas, the dirt piles still dot the landscape of my mole infested lawn.

My advice would be to save your money and buy a couple gallons of milk instead -- to entice your neighborhood cats to patrol your lawn and garden. ... Read more


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