1. Features & Functions:
1) Delivers high voltage electronic shock to kill rat, nonpoisonous, safe and reliable.
2) Set with safety protection switch, in order to prevent mistake electric shock to person.
3) Use micro-electronic circuit technology for product design, low power consumption, suitable for long life operation.
4) Low battery indication.
This unit widely applies in kitchen, dining-room, cookroom, bedroom, office, hotel and any places that rats usually appear.
3. Directions for use:
1) Step #1: Using a plastic or wooden knife, insert a small amount of peanut butter (or any food that rats prefer) through a
bottom hole on the back plate.
2) Step #2: Insert 4”C” batteries into battery compartment or use the adapter DC-6V
3) Step #3: Identify location with rat activity look for worn trails or walkways. Place unit on floor against wall, the entrance
in-line with the trail; rats prefer to travel against a wall.
4) Step #4: Press switch to “On” position. Unit will hum, and the green light will flash, then the red light will flash every 5
seconds,indicating that the unit has been enabled. To prevent incidental shock avoid contact with metal plates. Do not touch
the bottom of the machine.
4. Note Items for Use:
1) The rat triggers metal plates when rodent enter the unit, and the unit emits high voltage sock immediately, the red light fla-
High voltage produced time is 4 minutes. Firstly it delivers high voltage last for 1 minute, later impulse electric-shock which
imitating rat heartbeat 15HZ for each time and it continues for 3 minutes, then the high voltage shock stops, the light turns from
red to green and flashes once every 5 seconds, here high voltage shock will not be produced until restarting the unit next time.
2) Every after killing the rat, press switch to “OFF” position (O) and remove case of the unit to clean the chamber, dry it under
the sun,then it can be reinstalled to use. (Use cleaning agent to clean out the smell that the rat remained, or rats may not come
3) In the high-voltage chamber, there are three metal plates, when a mouse or rat enters, it will conduct the charged electricity fr-
om one plate to another and will be killer instantly. To prevent incidental shock avoid contact with metal plates.
4) If red light and green light flash in a chain once every 2 seconds after power on or rat killing, indicating that the batteries should
be changed with new to avoid affecting rat killing function. Turn off power before changing batteries.
5) Remove batteries from the unit if they are not required for extended periods of time in order to avoid damage to the unit resulting
from a leaking battery.
1) Inappropriate use of this product may cause electrical shock, or serious injury.
2) Never use this product around small children, small household pets, life support devices, and combustible materials.
3) Never use this device on wet surface to avoid high voltage electric leakage.
6. Technical Specifications:
1) Power supply: 1.5V 4* ”C” Battery. Low battery indicator: 4.8V±0.2V
2) Static work current: ≤50uA High voltage working current: ≤380mA
3) High voltage: 7000-9000V High voltage produced time: 4 minutes.
4) New battery can be supplied for electronic shock 20-30 times.
1 x Rat Killer (Without Battery)
Curbside Cycle began - not surprisingly – by the side of the curb, nearly three decades ago. Back then we were just a slightly legal tent, a variety of ever-changing locations, and a pretty clear idea about what was missing in the market. Our focus, from the beginning on, was the neglected city cyclist. At the time we were one of many ragtag operations across North America turning old road bikes into flat bar bikes, a trend the bicycle industry later turned into a bike called the hybrid. Around the same time the hybrid was developed we finally acquired storefront in the much desired Annex neighbourhood of Toronto. Sure, we moved a couple feet away from the curb, but we always remained Curbside, a store dedicated to that strip of road beside the curb that the city cyclist occupies.
Today, we're an institution in Toronto's Annex and a fixture in North America's rapidly emerging bike culture.
Frustrated with the market dominance of adrenaline performance bikes we began importing proven, stylish, and simple city bikes from Europe - starting a supply chain that now spreads across the continent. We are the first company in North America to bring real city bikes to the people. We imagined an all-inclusive barrier-free bike, a bike that is more like your car: comfortable, low-maintenance, long-lasting, and above all, something that is fashion forward - that keeps your clothing free of oil and grime. Hardly revolutionary, but then the best things usually aren't!
How do I install my bell?
Instructions are provided on the back of each bell box and available as a pdf. For more detailed instruction, see the bell install video. The most common error is when initially connecting the bell. Improper attachment prevents the bell from securely mounting and can lead to parts damage.
How long will my bell last?
Our bicycle bells include a promise to be the best now and forever. That means they guarantee them for the life of ownership. Should you ever find your bell isn't performing as expected or would like them to make it sparkle for you, you can just send it back to us for a complete factory overhaul.
How do I maintain my bell?
Here are just a couple pointers on bell care. Each is built to ring far longer than any bell you've owned before.
TIP 1: When the bells are assembled, they place a small amount of lubricant in the pivot. We've cycled the pivot tens of thousands of times, both dry and lubricated. The difference in wear is minor but just a drop of lube every year is a good idea.
TIP 2: We use stainless steel for most of our bell parts, but the Hammer and Dome use materials chosen for sound quality that will turn color and patina over time. This process is faster in coastal regions and wet weather. If at any point you want to restore some brilliance to your bell, any gentle metal polish will quickly deliver results. We even like using carnauba car wax, which is very gentle but cleans nicely.
TIP 3: Brass is a pretty soft metal. After impacting the Dome over a length of time, the Hammer can leave a little brass mark—more obvious on the black Domes. It's just a little surface deposit of brass and can be removed using a soft rag and metal polish to lightly buff out the spot.
How do I get replacement parts?
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