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Mosi-Kill Plug In

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So you’ve escaped the bugs during the day thanks to our insect repellents, now ensure you’re not attacked at night with our Mosi-Kill plug in!

Mosi-Kill is ideal for leaving in your room whilst you’re out, preparing your room to ensure you have a restful night’s sleep. For the best protection, we recommend you turn Mosi-Kill on approximately 2 hours before going to bed, and then leave on throughout the night, using for a maximum of 12 hours per day.

Mosi-Kill ensures your room is bug free by emitting an odourless vapour (containing Prallethrin) which kills mosquitoes, midges and other biting insects upon contact. Prallethrin is a pyrethroid insecticide, commonly used to control mosquitoes and other household insects. A pyrethroid is an organic compound, similar to the natural pyrethrins produced by the flowers of pyrethrums.

Mosi-Kill comes as a 2 pin EU plug but can be used worldwide with an appropriate travel adaptor, saving the hassle of carrying around batteries. The 2 pin EU plug can be rotated to fit vertical or horizontal sockets!

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Mosi-Kill starts to work from the moment you plug it in, making it a great method for providing that extra layer of protection when travelling. Having a Plug-in can eliminate the need for wearing extra layers, using a mosquito net or constantly wearing repellent.

Available all year round, Mosi-Kill is an extremely useful addition to your winter holiday suitcase. We particularly recommend taking a Mosi-Kill plug in on your travels when visiting areas where mosquitoes and other biting insects are known to be present, regardless of the quality of your accommodation.

As Mosi-Kill lasts up to 30 nights/360 hours, it is ideal for long trips or several short holidays.

Mosi-Kill can be purchased here at our special promotion price of £6.99, down from £10.25! This offer is valid until the end of August, don't delay!

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