Pest Patrol - Solar Sonic Mole Repeller


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This Solar Sonic Mole Repeller is a great way to repel moles without harming them and no need for batteries either! The mole is most active between sunset and sunrise and often damages the roots of plants causing them to die; and that is without mentioning the molehills! With a built in solar rechargeable power pack, the sonic repeller emits an intermittent sonic vibration into the earth, even overnight. The mole considers this subsonic noise to be a threat of possible human activity and so it moves away. Simple yet effective!

  • Monocrystalline solar panel – no batteries required
  • Coverage of up to 500 sq.m depending on soil type and water content
  • Totally safe for children and pets

    Dimensions: 16 x 34cm high

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    simple yet effective novicegardener1 on 9 August 2013

    Had about 5 mole hills appearing every day/night. Put solar sonic mole repeller in ground by worst affected area and after just a couple of days no further mole hills seen. Device been insitu for two weeks now and mole not returned.

    Good product Dek on 6 August 2013

    Bought this sonic mole repellant and had in working in the garden within 10mins! Within a couple of days, no sight of the pest!

    It works! MrsB on 22 June 2013

    Easy to assemble and runs on solar power. didn't expect to be able to hear it but it works!

    Maybe it works sometimes philogos on 10 June 2013

    I have used these sonic mole repellers in the past with mixed results. I have a feeling that if one is in the ground the moles will tend, over time, to go elsewhere but they certainly aren't a reliable instant solution. In spite of the fact that a mole hill came up right next to one, I think I've noticed that we seem to have fewer mole hills with them than without them but that is the best I could say.