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Saw a commercial for "OFF" mosquito repellent clipons. I looked online and the cite says it is totally odorless. So my question

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  • Saw a commercial for "OFF" mosquito repellent clipons. I looked online and the cite says it is totally odorless. So my question

    Saw a commercial for "OFF" mosquito repellent clipons. I looked online and the cite says it is totally odorless. So my question is is it truly odorless and will it work for deer hunting without causing deer to bust me? Has anyone used it around the deer woods or has anyone seen how animals react to it?

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    Have not tried it,however, I have one and will let you know. Thermacell works great though, even in these swamps. I have had deer and hogs all around me and have never had anything detect the thermacell.

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      The same here, the NEW Thermeacell will be comeing out with deer scent this fall, and i would think that OFF will do the same, its tuff to bow hunt in Fl. with them skitters buzzing in your eares,the same is true in Black Power season.

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        Couldnt have said it better. 90 degree bow season weather in a place like 12 mile swamp is mosquito hunting

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          I have one of the Off Clip-ons from last year (the blue one.) The battery operated fan would probably make too much noise for hunting. It's not really loud, but it is noticeable. I see that they've changed the outer case since I bought mine, so it may be a little quieter now.

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