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    Cool Thermacell Rechargeable Mosquito Repeller IN STOCK

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    Whether youíre lounging on the patio or camping in the great outdoors, Thermacellís Mosquito Repellers stop mosquitoes before they get close enough to bite or bother you without the use of messy chemical sprays and lotions.

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    Any feedback on these, I've been on the fence? One of my friends swears by it, and another has mixed opinions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crocty View Post
    Any feedback on these, I've been on the fence? One of my friends swears by it, and another has mixed opinions.
    These are fantastic, they work wonders if you have them in a stationary spot like a picnic table, dock or around a camp fire. if your constantly moving like hiking and you are using the portable unit they are alright. thermacell customer service is also fantastic to deal with.
    There's a difference between living and living free...

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    Interesting; how do these work? how many cubic feet (if static and not blowing in the wind)

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    Quote Originally Posted by crocty View Post
    Any feedback on these, I've been on the fence? One of my friends swears by it, and another has mixed opinions.
    They work alright. I keep one on my hip when in the stand bear hunting. Not great for when you're moving or walking in my opinion. Pm me if you want to know how to keep it a bit cheaper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cdnhunter117 View Post
    They work alright. I keep one on my hip when in the stand bear hunting. Not great for when you're moving or walking in my opinion. Pm me if you want to know how to keep it a bit cheaper.
    dont waste your time, i'll tell you ........1- you look on youtube how to refill the butane cartridge 2- you look on chinese site for replacement pads

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    Quote Originally Posted by caribico View Post
    dont waste your time, i'll tell you ........1- you look on youtube how to refill the butane cartridge 2- you look on chinese site for replacement pads
    It's a sponsors forum who is selling those so I tried to uhh...forget it lol.

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    Turkey hunting essential. As stated, great for stationary activities.

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    Damn, mixed reviews again. I will give er a shot and see what happens. I know my kids by the pool will be the judge. LOL

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    I am curious on this as well. Was out shooting last week and was attacked by flying insects, which I presume were mosquitos due to all the red marks on my face, neck and arms.

    Would buy this in a heartbeat if it works reasonably well.
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