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Mole Chaser

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Moles disfigure lawns with their tunnels, kill young plants by nibbling on their roots and eat the gardener's best friend, the earthworm. The spinning blades of the Mole Chaser drive them away by sending vibrations through the ground. Moles can't stand this, and soon leave your yard in search of a more tranquil environment.

  • Simpler, more effective and more humane than chemicals and poisons
  • Covers 10,000 square feet
  • Rust-proof, zinc-plated steel
  • Extremely effective on soils with clay content (like moles love). Less effective in sandy soils where vibration doesn't travel as far 
  • To use, hammer an eight foot "grounding rod" into the ground in the affected area and drop the windmill onto it (not included, available at any building supply outlet)
  • Blades 18"L, 3 lb
  • USA made
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MOLE CHASER DESCRIPTION
"These chasers are great: well built and highly effective, eliminating the need for traps or chemical deterrents. We wouldn't be without them!"--A Satisfied Lehman's Customer
  • Non-chemical solution to mole infestations
  • Safe for children and pets
  • Quiet

Customer Reviews of Mole Chaser
Product Rating: 4.5 out of 5.0(18 reviews)
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- 7/22/2011
said: Pat
"Update: This thing REALLY does work. I noticed it hadn't been spinning, however my neighbors windmill was. On closer inspection, two of the nut/washers came lose and are gone so it won't spin (need to get to the hardware store and tighten with more than just my hands). Since it isn't spinning, my moles are back. Would definitely recommend this item!"
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- 6/1/2011
said: Pat
"I purchased one at the beginning of the year anticipating spring. Wish I would have purchased two then when they weren't in such high demand. I just got notified that my second shipped. Yeah.. The moles have moved from the front yard, but I still have an issue on the side. My neighbor had "windmill" envy and bought one of those "cosmetic" four legged look alikes. Said she was trying to find mine, but couldn't. (She should have asked#. I did tell her about Lehmans. I just read online that moles like cicadas #which cicadas like tree roots).. So that kinda makes sense the infestation of moles we have had the last few years with it being the year of the 17 year cicadas where I live. Wish the molechasers worked on those guys. Definately recommend. If it doesn't work for you and your moles, it is pleasing to the eye."
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- 1/30/2011
said: Bruce
"After setting my mole chaser up, I continued having mole issues. They even tunneled within 2 feet of the mole chaser. This item definitely is not at all effective."
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- 8/9/2010
said: Zehr
"The first 2 days I had mole activity as we didn't have much wind. The last 6 days no mole activity."
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- 3/20/2010
said: Alice M.
"In recent years, I've tried to use minimal chemicals in my yard. However, moles were becoming a problem. I bought and installed this mole chaser a year ago. While not completely gone, I did notice a substantial reduction of moles since using it. It's also useful as a weather vane, showing changes in wind direction and strength. It makes a cheerful, "country" lawn ornament, as well!"
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- 10/25/2014
said: Allan
"I moved into my current home at the end of 2007 (about 3/4 acre in a residential area). A while after moving in, I started noticing mole "tunnels" in my front yard. I almost stumbled on them a couple of times. I knew there were battery- and solar-powered mole "gizmos" available, but I happen to like windmills of all sorts, so I ordered a MOLE CHASER (late in 2008 or early in 2009). I set-up the windmill on a metal pipe as the instructions indicated. I located it in my front yard, within about 20 feet of where most of the mole tunnels I found - or stumbled over - were located. It was the most convenient spot it place it. Since that time, I have only noticed ONE mole tunnel on my property, and it was further back, along the side of my house near the backyard. I have found NONE in my front yard at all since then. As far as I am concerned, these things WORK. "
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- 8/26/2011
said: Laura
"Good product, effective. LOVE this company!"
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- 3/16/2011
said: Betty Horton
"i purchased one last year..and another one this year.....very PLEASE..and love seeing the blades blow in the wind....it sure WORKS."
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- 5/7/2010
said: Zelda
"I love the mole chasers and now have three. I have a cat, and worry about poisons in my yard, so they are great. They are also good for the environment. I always try to use environmentally friendly products anyway. They are easy to put together and work wonderfully. They're kind of fun to watch too, because you can tell from inside the house how windy it is outside before going out."
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- 7/5/2013
said: Anonymous User
"We ordered 2 mole chasers and they have worked in clearing out the moles in the yard and garden. "
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