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Anti-Fly Sphere Repels Insects With Refracted Light

Posted By Diane Pham On October 15, 2010 @ 6:00 pm In Green Products | No Comments

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If you can’t stand the smell or deadly poisons that come with store-bought bug spray, then this surprisingly attractive Anti-Fly Sphere 2.0 may just the pest deterrent you’ve been looking for. Designed by Netherlands-based José de la O [2], the Anti-Fly was inspired by the taco kiosks in Mexico [3], which use hanging plastic bags full of water to ward off flies by confusing their sensitive eyes with amplified colors and movements through light refraction. A little fancier that a Ziploc full of water [4], José’s design is a totally revamped version that consists of a beautiful glass bulb and stopper. Gorgeous, green, non-toxic and kill-free — these are words we’d never expect to use to describe bug repellent!

+ José de la O [2]

via Core77 [5]


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[2] José de la O: http://www.josedelao.info/

[3] Mexico: http://inhabitat.com/2010/04/24/boom-a-political-statement-in-the-form-of-chocolate/

[4] water: http://www.inhabitat.com/water

[5] Core77: http://www.core77.com/blog/object_culture/jose_de_la_os_dramatic_anti-fly_device_repels_insects_with_light_17623.asp#more

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