Goodnature's A24 is a Self-Resetting Rodent Trap

Goodnature's A24 is a Self-Resetting Rodent Trap

Now available in the U.S., the Goodnature A24 can kill 24 times before needing to be reset, the manufacturer reports.

April 6, 2017
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Now available in the U.S., the Goodnature A24 is a self-resetting trap that can kill 24 times before needing to be reset, the manufacturer reports. It's powered by compressed gas and uses long-lasting, pest-specific lures. When a pest brushes a sensitive leaf-trigger, a steel-core piston strikes its skull, killing it instantly. The dead animal drops to the ground and the trap resets immediately. The A24, developed by New Zealand-based Goodnature, is a multi-species kill trap and uses toxin-free lures to target pests like rats and mice. It's suited to outdoor use - in backyards, gardens, farms and orchards – as well as indoors. As it is toxin-free and safe around humans and pets. Here’s how the Goodnature A24 Rodent Trap works:
(1) The rodent is attracted into the A24 trap by the potent long-life rodent lure which remains fresh for one month. 
(2) As the rodent brushes past the very sensitive leaf-trigger, the trap is set into action. 
(3) A CO2 pressurised piston strikes the rodent’s head killing it instantly and then retracts on a light spring.
(4) The dead rodent falls to the ground and the trap automatically resets itself ready for the next pest to arrive.



The A24 has only just become available in the U.S. through www.automatictrap.com.