Non-Toxic PestChaser® Electronic Rodent Repellers

by Anita


We all at one time or another have tried to find an easy way to rid our home of rats and mice without the poisons and unsightly traps. Well today, there is an answer the Non-Toxic PestChaser® Electronic Rodent Repellers.

This unique PestChaser sends out high frequency ultrasound waves between 32 and 62 kHz to create, with sound, a very hostile environment for rodents. This sound will keep them out of areas that are protected by the PestChaser. The sound can not be heard by humans or most pets and is so much safer than poisons or traps that do not end the return of more mice and rats into your one. Ridding your home of mice and rats with poisons and traps is a never ending saga that will go on and on. But, with the PestChaser, they never even come into the protected areas.

The only thing to remember is that the ultrasonic sound waves can not penetrate walls or floors so it is best if you have a PestChaser in each room to eliminate the chance of rodents entering your home.

This unique plug in system is so easy to use and very affordable to keep rodents from entering your domain. The indoor coverage is up to 800 square feet and you will need 110 volt AC or 220 volts DC for your power source.

The PestChaser will not interfere with any other electronic equipment you may have in your home but will give you protection day and night from those disease ridden mice and rats that enjoy visiting us a night while we sleep.

The PestChaser should not be used if you own any pets such as mice, rats, squirrels, hamsters, gerbils, guinea pigs, rabbits, or ferrets.

For just under $20 per room you can be rodent free and sleep with peace of mind.

One review or comment

Des Friend Says: July 7, 2009 at 5:19 pm

I am very interested in purchasing some of these units, can you supply me with some outlets nth of Brisbane please. I live in the Caboolture region, or perhaps I can purchase online.



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