It's a little-known fact that mosquito coils were invented in Japan. They were the brainchild of Eiichiro Ueyama, the founder of Dainihon Jochugiku, aka Kincho, the good people who have now brought us the Kincho Futomaki Mosquito and Fly Coils. Drawing on over a century of experience in formulas that utilize the substance pyrethroid that is in the heart of all mosquito coils everywhere, Kincho has this time gone one step further in terms of both practicality and efficiency.
Mosquitoes aren't the only annoying (and dangerous) summer insect: flies can also be a problem and the formula in the 10 coils contained in this set takes care of them too. And it does it for seven hours, thanks to its thickness that is twice that of a regular green coil. Also, the set contains not only the standard base for repelling the insects from your space but also a carrying case that means you can take and use the coils when you doing stuff outdoors like camping or fishing.
The Kincho Futomaki Mosquito and Fly Coils feature: