Thermacell Launch Most Powerful USB Mosquito Repeller Yet

Most Powerful USB Mosquito Repeller

Thermacell Launch Most Powerful USB Mosquito Repeller Yet

The New Thermacell E55 is their Most Powerful USB Mosquito Repeller to date, providing a 6-meter radius of protection.

Spring is here, and summer’s on its way. We’re looking forward to more time outside in the sun and fresh air. More hiking, climbing, camping and barbecues. Happy days!

The only downside – mosquitos! Always lurking in wait, ready to spoil paradise.

Fast, Effective and Odourless

The Thermacell E55 is powered by a lithium-ion battery that charges via USB, so need for a plug socket or cable extension.

You can charge it up before you leave on a trip, one charge gives 5-6 hours of protection. You can keep it topped up if necessary with an external battery, solar charger or car charger.

The device is effective within minutes of turning it on. Once activated, the system heats scent-free, invisible repellent, protecting outdoor spaces from mosquitoes, which means no smoke, noise or strange smells. No need to use creams or sprays directly on the skin.

Most Powerful USB Mosquito Repeller

The most notable feature of the new Thermacell E55 is its power.

Evaluated by the EPA for safety and effectiveness, it provides a 6 metre Zone of Mosquito Protection.
That’s an 80% larger coverage zone than its predecessor. Enough to cover your entire campsite, no more fighting for the spot next to the repeller!

Thermacell E55 USB Mosquito Repeller Features and Spec

  • Rechargeable and intuitive. One button controls the E-Series.
  • Scent-Free, No-Smoke, No Mess.
  • Long-Lasting Refills.
  • Charge Indicator Lets you know how much run time is left.5-6 hours per charge.
  • Repels tough mosquitoes, including those that may transmit disease.

The Thermacell E55 Rechargeable Mosquito Repeller is available now for $39.99.

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