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[Cabelas] Thermacell patio shield repeller

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Feb 10, 2007
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I've been on the Home Depot chat for half an hour and the lady is still working on it lol. I only see $29.99 myself even after following the tips you guys gave. Going to attempt the PM anyways Smiling Face With Open Mouth

Update: She asked for MY postal code and I gave her Danforth postal code anyways. After 40 minutes she came back saying she can PM, but she only sees $29.99 after trying over and over.
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Feb 13, 2004
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For my outdoor patio is the Radius v2 good or is it an indoor product only? Should I be going with the Patio shield?
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Aug 22, 2007
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Twism wrote: For my outdoor patio is the Radius v2 good or is it an indoor product only? Should I be going with the Patio shield?
If you need a repeller for indoor use then you have bigger problems!


Both outdoors. Patio is 15x15 area. Radius 10x10.
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Jun 4, 2007
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h41t3r wrote: If you need a repeller for indoor use then you have bigger problems!


Both outdoors. Patio is 15x15 area. Radius 10x10.
Perhaps it’s being used as a spouse/significant other repeller? Face With Tears Of Joy
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Feb 13, 2004
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Mmagic888 wrote: Perhaps it’s being used as a spouse/significant other repeller? Face With Tears Of Joy
I seem to be a repellant all on my own when it comes to women
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Feb 19, 2017
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Picked up 3 packs at HD for 11.99 ea. HD said they will only price match. Showed them the price at Danforth. Only showed 11.99 after adding to cart.
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Gotoff wrote: how many packs did you get? trying to estimate how much i would need for an average summer.

This thread is so overwhelming but i tried to read through it, i need one for my backyard because we back up to a stagnant lake. And i need one for cottages etc.
2 packs. Haven’t tried them but going by what box says, 48hrs runtime. 2hrs runtime per day gives 24days out of 1 box.
That’s 48 days out of 2 boxes, now let’s say the product doesn’t perform as advertised. So round of 8 days. Left with 40 days/2 hrs each day. That’s plenty over 2 months period.
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bbb0bbb wrote: Price match mtlcp.ca at Canadian Tire.
Radius: 39.99$
Radius refill 19.95$
Backpacker 29.99$

Bought both. Backpacker is good for camping and patio. Radius for extra coverage and Caribbean trips.
That store seems to be in Rimouski. You didn’t have any issues having CT match their price?
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Sep 2, 2008
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I am curious how much extra business Thermacell will get (after all the returns are done...) from RFD vs from a normal sale or promotion this time of the year.
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Nov 6, 2002
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krazykanuck wrote: That store seems to be in Rimouski. You didn’t have any issues having CT match their price?
No problem as their policy says local competitors which includes : Any Canadian online retailer website, ending in “.ca”
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Jan 3, 2007
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Toronto
So the radius costs about 50 cents/hr to operate, considering the refill lasts 40 hrs and costs $20.

Is my math correct? Is there a cheaper option?
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Feb 18, 2007
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Toronto
Is there a version small enough you can carry on you? I'll be going to mosquito ville in a month...
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Jun 21, 2003
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I unfortunately only just found this thread and it looks like Danforth is cleaned out now so no more price matching that price. Has anyone found any other stores listing it for $11.99 on the refills?
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Jun 6, 2011
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ChicoQuente wrote: I unfortunately only just found this thread and it looks like Danforth is cleaned out now so no more price matching that price. Has anyone found any other stores listing it for $11.99 on the refills?
Well sounds like we should all try this Rimouski online retailer and CND Tire, which only requires a .ca

Might give it a shot later if I get a moment.
bbb0bbb wrote: No problem as their policy says local competitors which includes : Any Canadian online retailer website, ending in “.ca”

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