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Promoted 06-07-2016 by Corwin at 09:53 PM View Original Post
Amazon.com has Thermacell Mosquito Repellent Outdoor and Camping Repeller Device (Realtree Pink) on sale for $13.02. Shipping is free w/ Prime or with orders $49 or more. Thanks GoodDay

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Edited June 7, 2016 at 03:12 PM by cricket702
Now $13.02. Shipping is free with prime or $49+ order. Get excellent reviews.

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Last Edited by cricket702 June 7, 2016 at 03:14 PM
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#4
I don't see a coupon...
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#5
Are there cost effective options for butane and the mats? I honestly haven't looked yet but are you limited to the ThermaCELL brand?
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#6
way too costly for daily use
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#7
These are awesome but pricey... wish there was a way to make the pads yourself.
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Quote from 4qq8a View Post :
These are awesome but pricey... wish there was a way to make the pads yourself.
There is but I have no idea how safe or effective it is. Try YouTube.
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#9
Pink? Ugh, okay...worth a shot given the reviews. Might be here in time for Independence Day.
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#10
Great price! Mosquitos don't care if it's pink!
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#11
I would pay $100 bucks if this thing would actually work. I find that nothing keeps me from getting eaten up alive every summer.
#pleasedonttellmetoeatrawgarlic
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#12
ThermaCELL Mosquito Repellent Refill Value Pack Is expensive too.
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#13
Japanese product is better than this.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Fumakilla...SwSHZWcGuk
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#14
These do work well. I've used one for a couple of years now. 3 problems I've had are:
1. They take a little while to get going. It takes a good 10 minutes for the thing to warm up and start being effective. After this, I'd get no bites. If I were planning to spend time outside, I'd start it a little before I was ready to go out. Make sure it's not too windy
2. The materials are kind of expensive. Youtube has some videos on how you can make your own repelant mats, but not sure how well they work.
3. It's real easy to forget and leave the butane on, which wastes an entire cartridge. This can get expensive quick.
Bearing these things in mind, it's a great product for protecting you from mosquito bites.
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Quote from ---PerforatedLine--- View Post :
I would pay $100 bucks if this thing would actually work. I find that nothing keeps me from getting eaten up alive every summer.
#pleasedonttellmetoeatrawgarlic
I hear drinking a lot of water with lemon helps? honestly though I never seem to get bitten and the only thing I know that works is this chemical stuff you treat your clothes / gear that I bought on here a few months back
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