Designer Discovers Solution to Kill Mosquitoes…

The Mosquito Genie® Skeeter Killing Solution is all natural and on those hot days knocks the mosquitoes out cold.
Designer Mosquito Genie(R)
Designer Mosquito Genie(R)
Sept. 1, 2012 - PRLog -- San Diego, CA -- It took 5 years, but an Industrial Designer from Georgia Tech now has figured out a better way to kill mosquitoes, gnats, and no-see-ums around your home, landscaping and backyard because they are annoying and disease bearing.

Here is how he explains it:  Female mosquitoes need blood to lay their eggs.  One female mosquito can lay 300-400 eggs 10 times a month during her 4 week lifespan and killing one female mosquito prevents thousands of mosquitoes from biting you next month.

And that’s where Fleming’s “mosquito-invention” comes in, because as we all know insects are attracted to light at night.  Female mosquitoes seeking blood fly to the lamp and inhale organic vapors. Decomposing natural ingredients, safe for people, pets and the planet produce vapors that flow out of the lamp knocking out the nervous system of mosquitoes, gnats and no-see-ums.  

See How-It-Works video at:

Mosquito Genie® is an inexpensive way to take back your backyards and enjoy those summer evenings. Each lamp comes with a container of Mosquito Mix™ the all-natural solution that kills mosquitoes, gnats and no-see-ums, and this material is good for 3 months of service.  You can place several Mosquito Genie® units around your landscaping, patio, deck, balcony or lawn because it provides outdoor lighting from dusk till dawn while killing mosquitos.

Features and Benefits...

Here’s what you get with Mosquito Genie®:

Feature:   Mosquito Genie® greatly reduces local mosquito population
Benefit:    Reclaim and enjoy your patio, deck, and yard

Feature:   Mosquito Genie® Uses all-natural ingredients
Benefit:    Safe for people, pets and the environment

Feature:   Mosquito Genie® is solar-powered
Benefit:    Self-contained, no power cord, no electric bill

Feature:   Mosquito Genie® light attracts mosquitoes to kill them
Benefit:    Doubles as attractive accent lamp—looks good anywhere

Feature:   Mosquito Genie® is automatic—on-at-dusk and off-at-dawn
Benefit:    No maintenance, no monitoring—just set it and forget it

Feature:   Mosquitoes flutter away to die
Benefit:    No mess, no traps to empty and clean

Feature:   Mosquito Genie® is quiet and peaceful
Benefit:    No zapping sounds to disturb the peace

Feature:   Mosquito Genie® kills only mosquitos, gnats and no-see-ums
Benefit:     Mosquito Genie® does not kill ladybugs, fire-flies or other beneficial insects

Feature:   Mosquito Genie® has low initial Price—$39.95
Benefit:    Lower than any comparable product

Feature:   Jar of Mosquito Mix™ good for 3 months
Benefit:    Low operating cost, no monthly maintenance

Feature:   Mosquito Genie® is simpler, smaller, and smarter
Benefit:    Not big, bulky and ugly like competition

When we asked people about existing mosquito products, here’s what they said—and we paid attention...

•They don’t like an AC cord coming from a product
•They don’t like dangerous man-made chemistry
•They don’t like a CDC phone number required for toxic insecticides
•They don’t like dealing with traps that have to be cleaned
•They don’t like replacing a special light bulb once a month
•They don’t like buying a CO2 container on a regular basis
•They don’t like anything big and bulky on their patio or deck
•They don’t like noisy “zappers” that kill ladybugs

Suggested retail price $39.95.  Available at:

Interview Requests: Tom is available for television, radio or newspaper interviews.

Contact: Thomas Fleming
Phone: (619) 300-6711
Address: 4707 Bay Summit Place, San Diego, CA 92117

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Tags:Mosquito, Mosquitoes, Mosquitos, Gnats, No-see-ums, Mosquito Control, Mosquito Diseases, Mosquito Problems
Industry:Consumer, Family, Restaurants
Location:San Diego - California - United States
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