Mosquitoes can be the bane of your existence, and they can be quite bothersome, especially in areas that have a larger population of insects. Mosquitoes can also be carriers of diseases, and it’s important to avoid getting bitten by them.
The Kite Patch renders people virtually invisible to mosquitoes and it doesn’t rely on harmful chemicals. The stickers will adhere to your clothes, disrupting the mosquitoes’ ability to detect the carbon dioxide people exhale.
- Featured on the cover of Nature
- Breakthrough against malaria
- Kite also depresses mosquitoes ability to detect skin odors
- Kite compounds approved for human consumption by the FDA
The Kite Patch was launched as part of an Indiegogo crowdfunding project. They’ve amassed over $300,000 out of a goal of $75,000, so it will definitely be made. You’ve got 31 days left to purchase it for the $35 for a bag of 10. That amount will also send 10 to a family in Uganda where mosquitoes carry infectious diseases.