INTRODUCING THE MULTIPURPOSE THERMACELL FLAMELESS TORCH

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INTRODUCING THE MULTIPURPOSE THERMACELL FLAMELESS TORCH

Repels Biting Pests as a Torch or Lantern

Bedford, Mass.  — ThermaCELL, manufacturer of the award-winning area insect repellent, is introducing the only flameless torch on the market that also serves as a mosquito repellent and a table lantern.  Taking functionality to the next level, ThermaCELL has introduced a torch that provides ambient lighting with a flickering, flame-like effect.  Providing a safe alternative to open flame torches, the ThermaCELL Mosquito Repellent Flameless Torch also serves as a mosquito repelling device, utilizing patented technology with proven effectiveness.  The torch can be transformed to a table-top lantern using the provided lantern base. This new product is great for warding off mosquitos and other biting insects from a larger area by using multiple torches simultaneously.
“The Flameless Torch is a natural migration for the ThermaCELL brand as we look to grow our presence in the area repellent market,” said Allegra Lowitt, vice president of marketing.  “For a larger area of protection, these flameless torches are a great, safe addition to any outdoor gathering, especially where biting pests may be an issue.  For maximum protection and flexibility, included poles can be adjusted in height from, two to almost five feet. The torch can also be removed from the poles and placed on the provided base to create a table lantern that is almost 8” in height.  A removable
TCELL 1cover provides weather protection so the torch can be left outside.”

ThermaCELL products create a 15×15 foot silent and virtually odor free area of protection compared to other noisy and smelly options such as zappers and citronella. With appealing aesthetics, the torch compliments any outdoor setting and can be used as a lantern year-round. MRSP for the new ThermaCELL Flameless Torch is $39.99.

How the ThermaCELL Flameless Torch Works
The ThermaCELL Flameless Torch operates on a single butane cartridge, which heats a repellent mat releasing allethrin, a synthetic copy of a natural insecticide found in chrysanthemum flowers, into the air creating a 15 x 15 ft comfort zone.  Each torch comes with 1 butane cartridge and 3 repellent mats.  Each repellent mat provides up to four hours of protection and each butane cartridge provides up to 12 hours of operation. The light of the new ThermaCELL Flameless Torch functions on four AAA batteries (not included) and can be used with or without the mosquito repellent.

For more information on ThermaCELL’s complete line of products including appliances and lanterns,   consumer reviews, or store locations, visit www.thermacell.com or call 1-8-NO-SKEETERS (866-753-3837).

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