Second most expensive on the list and an Amazon favorite, the Vekibee sonic solar mole repellent comes in a pack of 6 for those looking for extra coverage in their yard.
Water-resistant and anti-corrosive, Vekibee repellent emits a sonic pulse in all directions, on a solar charge that lasts for up to 5 days with no problem.
Environmentally friendly, humane, and safe for humans and pets alike, this repellent is a great choice for those looking to establish a solid base of coverage to repel burrowing buddies, encouraging them to relocate elsewhere.
Pros & Benefits
Comes in a pack of 6 for extra coverage
Emits a sonic pulse every 20 minutes to discourage rodents
Solar charge lasts up to 5 days on a 4-hour charge
An alternative to our previous 6 pack on the list, Apello solar mole repellent uses a rechargeable solar cell, completely eliminating the use for batteries.
Each stake covers a whopping 6,500sq.ft of coverage, sending out pulsating vibrations at 30-second intervals to keep rodents at bay.
Apello stakes are not only waterproof but also flame retardant, anti-corrosive and of course environmentally friendly. Another great choice for those with a large yard or landscaping area who are looking for a cost-effective solution.
Pros & Benefits
Each stake covers 6500 sq.ft
Rechargeable solar cell eliminates the use for batteries
Another great choice for those looking for a medium to large coverage area, the Vekibee sonic mole repellent 4 pack has a quick 4-hour solar charge time and an average product life of 2 years, making it an excellent option for those who want to set and forget.
400 HZ low-frequency sonic pulses easily penetrate the ground to stop rodents in their tracks, all the while remaining harmless to your pets and the environment.
Made from watertight, UV-resistant aluminum, these high-grade spikes are sure to last, making continuous replacement a thing of the past.
Cheapest of the 4 packs, Redeo solar-powered mole repellent weighs in at a cost-effective $46.99. These stakes offer all the benefits of their more expensive counterparts but at a slightly more advantageous price point.
Although the 8 hour charge time is slightly longer than that of its competitors, a single charge can last for up to a full week, ensuring round the clock protection.
This gives you the peace of mind you need to get a great night’s sleep knowing your prized yard is being guarded 24/7.
The Maxi-D Solar Mole Repellent is the only repellent on this list that offers 3 different methods of protection against unwanted animals. Rotating LED lights scare away ground level animals such as snakes, mice, and squirrels.
Meanwhile, a vibration motor and sonic buzzer send out underground vibrations in all directions, discouraging rodents and other animals from approaching.
Humane and eco-friendly like the rest of this list, the Maxi-D Solar Mole Repellent eliminates the need for chemicals, messy traps, or dead animal clean up.
It is also waterproof and anti-corrosive with a plastic head that can withstand all weather conditions.
Pros & Benefits
Offers 3 different modes of protection: LED, sonic sound, vibration
Eliminates the need for harmful chemicals or poison
Hard to pronounce, easy to use, ZPPLD Outdoor Solar Ultrasonic Pest Repeller looks like a friendly robot but in actually is tough on animal invaders.
The ZPPLD ultrasonic repeller is effective on a wide range of garden nuisances such as deer, birds, skunks, foxes, and moles.
With its solid plastic design and waterproof housing, this unit is safe in all weather conditions and easy to install. It also offers an adjustable ultrasound that is safe on you and your pets, but tough on intruders.
Zppld repeller easily mounts to walls and flat surfaces, but also comes with a spike to stick it in the ground.
If you’re searching for a mole repellent bargain buy, look no further. UNITENDA’s 2 pack solar-powered mole repeller covers up to 100 square meters, offering a decent range of coverage at an affordable price.
Operating completely on solar-power, this repeller eliminates the use for batteries, making it a low maintenance alternative to other forms of mole repellent.
Much like the other solar repellents on this list, every 30 seconds UNITENDA’s solar repeller creates an uncomfortable sound that moles and other rodents can’t stand.
If you’re unsure if solar-powered mole repellent is the way you want to go, this 2 pack is an easily affordable introduction into the world of environmentally friendly mole repellent.
Not to mention a 36-month warranty policy comes with it, just in case you run into any trouble with your purchase.
For just over 12 bucks a stake, Serenelife Solar Power Mole Repeller is about as cheap as it gets. Made from marine grade construction, this solar repeller is waterproof and safe to use around pets and children.
One charge can keep the stake operating for up to 5 days in total darkness, making it hard for critters to find a break in your defenses.
The ultrasonic vibration covers an area of about 7000sq.ft, making it an ideal choice for a front or back yard.
Pros & Benefits
Made from marine grade construction
Long lasting solar charge
up to 7,000sq.ft coverage
We all know how much hard work goes into planning, creating and maintaining the perfect lawn and garden.
Traditional methods of rodent repellent are not only messy and many times ineffective but also inhumane and damaging to yourself, your pets, and the environment.
Solar powered mole repellent is an excellent alternative, offering you a humane and cost-effective solution that keeps you covered with minimal maintenance.
If you’re looking for the ultimate in solar-powered lawn protection in 2020, this top 15 list is a great place to start.
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