ThermaCELL Backpacker $39.99 @ Cabela's

No more mosquitos at your campsite!
ThermaCELL Backpacker $39.99 @ Cabela's

Summer is still here for a few more weeks, and you shouldn't let mosquitos ruin any minute of what's left. So if you're heading off camping, on a canoe trip or just for a picnic in the woods, you might want to pick one of these up while you go. Cabela's has the ThermaCELL Backpacker in stock, and it's on sale for $39.99!

These little gadgets are completely portable mosquito repellant systems – and they work with the camping or cooking gear you probably already have. Just screw it on the top of a camping gas canister (which, let's face it, you'll probably need to have on hand anyway) to create a 15 x 15-foot zone of protection.

It can run for up to 90 hours – which means you should be covered for at least the entire weekend. This kit usually sells for $49.99, so you're getting it for 20% off. It comes with the device itself, three repellent mats and a weather-resistant nylon carry pouch. All you need are the butane and propane mix canisters.

But if you're looking for something a little different, Cabela's sells a few other ThermaCELL gadget, including this camo-patterned ThermaCELL Mosquito Repellent Appliance, which is on sale for $29.99 from $39.99. Whatever you're looking for, you should be able to place an order online and pick it up in-store for free.

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  • Jennifer B.

    Actually it goes on a butane cylinder not propane.

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    • Bargainmoose

      It's supposed to work on butane and propane fuel mix canisters, but thanks for clarifying! Think we always just called them "propane" in my house. :slight_smile:

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      • Lee C.

        Want!

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        • Jennifer B.

          Bargainmoose we have this unit and it doesn't have anything to screw onto a propane tank... might be some other way.

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          • Bargainmoose

            These are the instructions ThermaCELL has on their website, if that helps you or anybody else at all: http://bit.ly/2TyatUF

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