There are many companies that make insect-repellent coils but if you want to go for the real thing, the ones made by Dainihon Jochugiku should be your first choice: the company was established by the people who originally created the first coil-shaped insect repellent over 130 years ago and even today its brand name, Kincho, with its rooster symbol is synonymous with such coils. If there's one complaint about them, perhaps, it's their duration (7-8 hours) but the Kincho Uzumaki Large Mosquito Coils address that by offering you extra-long protection from mosquitoes!
Each of the Kincho Uzumaki Large Mosquito Coils last for 12 hours, so with two of them mean you don't have to worry about mosquitoes for a full day! In keeping with Kincho's tradition, they come in a cylindrical can with the brand's classic rooster illustration in red and for safer use, you can use the lid of the can as a tray for the coils. Get rid of mosquitoes in a purely Japanese way with this improved version of a classic insect repellent!
Specs and Features:
- Active ingredient: dl-d-T80-allethrin
- Lid can be used as tray
- Duration: approx. 12 hours per coil
- Dimensions: 169 x 169 x 172 mm (6.7 x 6.7 x 6.8")
- Made by mosquito coil inventor Kincho (est. 1886)
- Instructions/manual: Japanese (but easy to use)