Adventure Medical Bens 100 MAX, 3.4 oz pump
Ben's 100 MAX Tick & Insect Repellent contains the maximum amount of DEET for use in areas of high bug density with intense biting activity. For use when other insect repellents just won't cut it, Ben's 100 MAX provides up to 10 hours of protection from ticks and insects that may carry West Nile Virus (WNV), Lyme diease, Malaria, Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE), and other infectious diseases. Small portable size is easy to carry, while providing enough repellent for several days on the trail. Dont Get Bitten, Get Ben's!
• Urban / Family / Camping
• Expeditions / Adventure Travel
Features and Benefits:
• TSA Compliant: The largest bottle available for carry on luggage when your adventures take you out of town
• Handy Pump Spray: The most popular delivery system on the market makes it easy to apply
• Max Deet Formula: Ben's 100% Deet formula offers 10 hours of repellent against mosquitoes and ticks
Size: 3.4 oz
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