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Give Dad The Gift Of Outdoor Comfort

 

Bedford, MA – For the dad who already has enough fishing tackle and grilling gear, ThermaCELL’s Mosquito Repellent Appliance and Patio Lantern are Father’s Day gifts that will ensure dad enjoys his time outdoors without having to fight off mosquitoes and other biting insects.

The ThermaCELL Appliance in olive is a portable mosquito repellent that creates a 15-foot radius of protection and is up to 93% effective against mosquitoes and other biting insects. The unit operates on a single butane cartridge that heats a mat releasing allethrin, a synthetic copy of a naturally occurring insect repellent. Each mat contains enough repellent for four hours of protection, and each butane cartridge will operate the unit for 12 hours. It has no open flames, is virtually odor free and is great for camping, hunting, fishing and outdoors activities around the house. MSRP is $26.99

For the dads who enjoy barbecues, picnics, camping and other outdoor get-togethers, the ThermaCELL Patio Lantern is a gift that dads will love and bugs will hate. It has 15 by 15-foot effective range that creates a zone of protection against black flies, mosquitoes and other flying pests. The Patio Lantern has four LED lights with two different illumination settings. The unit is easy to use and has no open flames or odors. The ThermaCELL Patio Lantern operates silently and features a decorative design that is ideal for backyard entertaining. MSRP is $29.99.

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ThermaCELL, a division of The Schawbel Corporation of Bedford, Massachusetts, utilizes patented technology to create cordless, portable appliances and lanterns powered by replaceable butane cartridges. For more information on ThermaCELL’s complete line of products or for retail locations, please visit www.thermacell.com or call 1-8-NO-SKEETERS.

Contact:
Jonathan Harling – jonathan@chevalier-adv.com

 

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