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nopixgo® mosquito bite protection wristband

Nu 6,500.00
Product information "nopixgo® mosquito bite protection wristband"

The newly developed nopixgo® wristband offers an innovative solution to reduce the risk of mosquito bites - without chemicals, odors and noises. Effective and harmless at the same time - for humans, animals and the environment.

Specifications

  • Protection zone: Ø ~2 m

  • LED display blinks white: protection is active

  • Function: reduces the risk of mosquito bites

  • Connection: Micro USB (splash water proof)

  • Temperature of operation: -20 °C to + 60 °C (surrounding)

  • Battery life for up to 5 days of protection, chargeable 1h via micro USB (integrated rechargeable long-life Lithium-Ions battery)

  • 100% free of DEET and other chemicals

  • Skin-friendly plastic wristband individually customizable

Uni-size wristband free of softeners

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 The signal strength is <1% of a typical modern smartphone signal

The weak electromagnetic pulses emitted by nopixgo® are not harmful to humans or pets and far below the Swiss and European reference levels.

  • IEC & IECEE approved (IEC No. 16-EL-0331 SO1) 

  • FCC certified

  • CE certified

  • RoHs compliant

  • certified by Electro Suisse

  • 2 years warranty

  • developed and produced in Switzerland

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Sustainable packaging

  • Nopixgo® mosquito protection wristband

  • Micro-USB cable

  • manual

  • storage can

Swiss innovation for natural protection

The biopulse technology® developed in Switzerland emits weak electronic impulses that disturb the biting behavior of mosquitoes. Mosquitoes perceive these signals via their sensoric organs and process them in the mosquito brain. An instinct anchored in the mosquito's DNA leads to behavioral changes. Mosquitoes show a suppressed biting behavior or escape reaction. Unlike chemical stimuli, the mosquito can not get used to these electronic stimuli, which affect their natural self-protection mechanism.

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