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Terro T256 Roach Magnet Trap with Exclusive Pheromone Technology Brown/A

(6 customer reviews)

Attracts and traps roaches using Exclusive Pheromone Technology
Also traps ants, spiders, scorpions, centipedes, silverfish, crickets & Palmetto bugs
Traps use no poisons
Includes 12 roach traps

$18.72

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No one wants roaches in their home or business. Turn to Terro Roach magnet to trap these repulsive insects. With the Terro Roach magnet, you’ll be able to defend your property from roaches & several other insects, including ants, centipedes & others. These traps will also capture spiders & scorpions, too. The Terro Roach magnet uses exclusive pheromone technology that is embedded in the glue used in these traps. Cockroaches are attracted to these pheromones, which draws them into the trap where they become stuck & die. Each package includes 12 Terro Roach magnet traps, so you can achieve maximum coverage around your home or business. When the trap gets full of insects & spiders, throw it away & set another.

Specification: Terro T256 Roach Magnet Trap with Exclusive Pheromone Technology Brown/A

Weight 2.89 lbs
Dimensions 2.13 × 6 × 7.63 in

6 reviews for Terro T256 Roach Magnet Trap with Exclusive Pheromone Technology Brown/A

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  1. Private

    We live in a hot state, and the hotter it gets, the more roaches come in.. needed something to help, so did some research, looked at reviews and cost, and bought this package of several traps. Seems pretty simple, right? Put the little boxes against the wall.. the bait inside attracts the roaches, the adhesive inside keeps them away from you and your children and your bathroom carpet in the middle of the night… except it didn’t catch the (no pun intended ) little buggers! First night I got it , I went in the middle of the night to the bathroom and saw a roach in the tub.. disgusting.. but perfect. Placed it in the tub next to it and walked away.. the next morning I went to smile smugly at the disgusting creature and what should I find but ROACH LEGS without a body attached! It got free! Emailed the company to no avail. Two days later, I use a broom to literally chase a roach right into another box. Perfect! But knowing what happened before… I decided to take a second look a few minutes later.. it was gone! Not two minutes later did my kid come running in about a bug and it had the nerve to cross my path. Two different bugs, two different boxes, two different areas of the home. DID. NOT. WORK. … easy to use? Sure five stars all you do is tear the tab and drop the box in a corner. Adhesive? No. Good value for my money? $8 to play hide and seek with a disgusting roach? I think not. To top it off the company never even got back to me and amazon took 20 minutes to “find an option to help” and pass the buck , I mean, pass the issue, to another department. Waste of time and money, and these disgusting little creatures are still walking across my freshly mopped floor.Read more

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  2. PawPawRon

    We have never had roaches in our home, as far as I know? However, we live in an area that was once a rural farm field with all the creepy crawlers that go along with it. Centipedes, spiders of all types, water bugs (at least that is what we call them), beetles of all types, annoying crickets from August thru September, ants, etc.. Since beginning to use these traps we have seen a significant reduction in the number of insects around our home – by significant, I am estimating 80-90%. The traps state they have a roach pheromone which supposedly attracts roaches but since we do not have roaches I cannot attest to that. I do believe that the other insects are not attracted to the traps but become trapped when the traps are placed in a high traffic area for the insects travel. One suggestion I would offer to anyone who purchases these traps is to try placing them in different locations over a period of time. Then, if you do not catch any insects in say 2-3 weeks, move the traps and keep testing until you locate those positions that are the most productive. The most productive location for us is in our garage at the corner base of the garage door. There is enough of a gap there that we have to go thru multiple traps every Spring thru Summer. One note that if the gap is large enough and you use a leaf blower to blow your driveway after mowing it will blow debris into the trap and cover the sticky area thus cutting down on the effective life of the trap. I am posting a few photos so you can see just some of the insects that we have trapped – one of which shows the grass debris I referred to above but also shows what appears to be a yellow jacket bee that was caught. In the house we place several around the corners of the bedrooms and inside of clothes closets. Most of these only need changed out once or twice a year but again my suggestion for moving them applies to these locations as well. Definitely a 5 star recommendation but one you have to apply some strategy to in order to get maximum benefit.Read more

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  3. D

    I caught a cockroach under a plastic container and being hesitant to squash it onto my newly-cleaned carpet, tried a variety of different newly-purchased roach-killing products. First to go under the container was the Combat large roach bait station. My hapless test subject wisely ignored the bait station and seemed just as feisty and fast-scampering a day later. Next up was this Terro pheromone roach magnet trap. The disgusting bugger nearly got away while I was pushing the contraption under the container but once introduced, it also fastidiously avoided this newly-introduced trap. On day 3, I sprinkled food-grade diatomaceous earth onto the carpet and strategically pushed the plastic container around, basically forcing the roach to step onto the white grains. Within minutes, the roach appeared to slow down. It moved gingerly across the floor and perched itself atop the Combat station, presumably for refuge against more of these painful particles. 14h later, although seemingly weakened and slower-moving it was still very much alive. At this point, growing impatient I maneuvered the plastic container around again until I literally pushed my weakened victim into the Terro trap. The roach initially appeared to be able to pick its legs off the adhesive but went no more than a couple steps before giving up and seemingly accepting its unfortunate fate. There is some literature demonstrating that these pheromone-laced roach traps can work very well but in my n=1 experiment, I could have achieved the same result more cheaply by placing a piece of packing tape or lint remover sheet under the container. Other reviewers note seeing roaches escape from these traps and I think if my little roachie hadn’t been covered in diatomaceous earth for the past day it probably would’ve stood a good chance of getting away, too. Tl;dr did this product work for me? Sort of. Would I buy it again? No.Read more

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  4. Private

    We live in a hot state, and the hotter it gets, the more roaches come in.. needed something to help, so did some research, looked at reviews and cost, and bought this package of several traps. Seems pretty simple, right? Put the little boxes against the wall.. the bait inside attracts the roaches, the adhesive inside keeps them away from you and your children and your bathroom carpet in the middle of the night… except it didn’t catch the (no pun intended ) little buggers! First night I got it , I went in the middle of the night to the bathroom and saw a roach in the tub.. disgusting.. but perfect. Placed it in the tub next to it and walked away.. the next morning I went to smile smugly at the disgusting creature and what should I find but ROACH LEGS without a body attached! It got free! Emailed the company to no avail. Two days later, I use a broom to literally chase a roach right into another box. Perfect! But knowing what happened before… I decided to take a second look a few minutes later.. it was gone! Not two minutes later did my kid come running in about a bug and it had the nerve to cross my path. Two different bugs, two different boxes, two different areas of the home. DID. NOT. WORK. … easy to use? Sure five stars all you do is tear the tab and drop the box in a corner. Adhesive? No. Good value for my money? $8 to play hide and seek with a disgusting roach? I think not. To top it off the company never even got back to me and amazon took 20 minutes to “find an option to help” and pass the buck , I mean, pass the issue, to another department. Waste of time and money, and these disgusting little creatures are still walking across my freshly mopped floor.Read more

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  5. PawPawRon

    We have never had roaches in our home, as far as I know? However, we live in an area that was once a rural farm field with all the creepy crawlers that go along with it. Centipedes, spiders of all types, water bugs (at least that is what we call them), beetles of all types, annoying crickets from August thru September, ants, etc.. Since beginning to use these traps we have seen a significant reduction in the number of insects around our home – by significant, I am estimating 80-90%. The traps state they have a roach pheromone which supposedly attracts roaches but since we do not have roaches I cannot attest to that. I do believe that the other insects are not attracted to the traps but become trapped when the traps are placed in a high traffic area for the insects travel. One suggestion I would offer to anyone who purchases these traps is to try placing them in different locations over a period of time. Then, if you do not catch any insects in say 2-3 weeks, move the traps and keep testing until you locate those positions that are the most productive. The most productive location for us is in our garage at the corner base of the garage door. There is enough of a gap there that we have to go thru multiple traps every Spring thru Summer. One note that if the gap is large enough and you use a leaf blower to blow your driveway after mowing it will blow debris into the trap and cover the sticky area thus cutting down on the effective life of the trap. I am posting a few photos so you can see just some of the insects that we have trapped – one of which shows the grass debris I referred to above but also shows what appears to be a yellow jacket bee that was caught. In the house we place several around the corners of the bedrooms and inside of clothes closets. Most of these only need changed out once or twice a year but again my suggestion for moving them applies to these locations as well. Definitely a 5 star recommendation but one you have to apply some strategy to in order to get maximum benefit.Read more

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  6. D

    I caught a cockroach under a plastic container and being hesitant to squash it onto my newly-cleaned carpet, tried a variety of different newly-purchased roach-killing products. First to go under the container was the Combat large roach bait station. My hapless test subject wisely ignored the bait station and seemed just as feisty and fast-scampering a day later. Next up was this Terro pheromone roach magnet trap. The disgusting bugger nearly got away while I was pushing the contraption under the container but once introduced, it also fastidiously avoided this newly-introduced trap. On day 3, I sprinkled food-grade diatomaceous earth onto the carpet and strategically pushed the plastic container around, basically forcing the roach to step onto the white grains. Within minutes, the roach appeared to slow down. It moved gingerly across the floor and perched itself atop the Combat station, presumably for refuge against more of these painful particles. 14h later, although seemingly weakened and slower-moving it was still very much alive. At this point, growing impatient I maneuvered the plastic container around again until I literally pushed my weakened victim into the Terro trap. The roach initially appeared to be able to pick its legs off the adhesive but went no more than a couple steps before giving up and seemingly accepting its unfortunate fate. There is some literature demonstrating that these pheromone-laced roach traps can work very well but in my n=1 experiment, I could have achieved the same result more cheaply by placing a piece of packing tape or lint remover sheet under the container. Other reviewers note seeing roaches escape from these traps and I think if my little roachie hadn’t been covered in diatomaceous earth for the past day it probably would’ve stood a good chance of getting away, too. Tl;dr did this product work for me? Sort of. Would I buy it again? No.Read more

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