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3 of 3 people found this review helpful:
Nice bait station
By Clinton on 08/26/2014
Would have given it 5 stars however the retaining washer on the bait holder is crap! They need to devise some sort of retainer that doesn't need to be screwed on. Something that just clamps on would be sufficent. Mice & rats like exploring this station. :)
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about JT Eaton 902 Top Loader Bait Station - CASE (6 station
By John on 09/03/2015
After 3 weeks, 6 traps with 12 openings did not receive one access to recommended bait - Fastrac Blox. Tree Rats were both in the area and active every night. Also used Rat Attractant after 2nd week, and the incidence of bait access remained at zero. Still deployed but losing confidence.
6 station's and 6 keys included in a case.
By B on 06/25/2016
The description on the included one key in a case is wrong. dmopc customer service was not aware either. I bought these stations because of their versatility. I find that they are not as described in their YouTube video, specifically the way you load the bait. It now has a hook rather than a washer and a wing nut. The hook is not as good because rats sometimes crawl up in the chimney and that will push the blox(s) off the hook. I am sure the nut was a pain but as another i would rather whine about the nut than have the bait get free off a hook. Otherwise the box had 6 labels, 6 keys, plus the 6 wire hooks and the screws installed in each cap. I also bought a case of the feeder bottles so I can get full use of the stations. The baffles are removable and I did so on an end of three of them because I suspect I have an overweight bull rat and thought I would see how it works. Another bad thing is the bait rod can no longer be filled up with the hook. I was able to get 3, 1oz blocks on the hook. So the big plus to these now in my opinion is using the water bottle not the bait. They are well made.
6 station's and 6 keys included in a case w/ labels
By B. on 07/13/2016
Great company. If you are in warmer months baiting with this and using liquid bait in the bottles they sell separately is the way to go especially if you have slugs and snails. Rats do care about the slime. Plus if you have other things for them to eat like nuts etc liquid is the way to go. They upgraded the box wire you load the bait on. The station is sturdy and the positions you can mount the stations with are vast. In my case I removed the baffles, a nice feature. Don,t get hung up on keys because you might decide that you don't need to lock it. The top will twist lock in place and you could remove the screw. There you have nuisance animals, children and placent to consider when making that decision. Eaton's a first class outfit as well as dmopc.
902 top loader bait station
By Richard on 10/05/2016
I tell you this is the best thing I ever decided to do. They really works, I set them all around the perimeters of my house even now my neighbors are interested in ordering some.