Create a bug barrier against mosquitoes with this special summer chair

When the sun comes out our instinct is to go outside and enjoy it, but for those of us unlucky to live in a place with mosquitoes, stepping outside in the summer can be risky.

Some of us are more attractive to these pesky bugs than others and scientists have a number of theories: our blood type, body heat, the color of our clothing and even drinking beer are just some of the reasons why some of us get bitten more than others.

Whatever the reasons they can make being outside in the summer unbearable.

Now a new product is on the market that could provide the answer to your mosquito woes. This canopy chair with bug guard not only protects you from the sun but also these tiny critters.



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For those of us who are particularly attractive to mosquitoes and find insect repellent wears off far too quickly, this chair is the answer.

The foldable chair comes with a 50+ UPF sun-protecting canopy and a bug net that covers the chair right to the ground.

Once you’re in the chair, you can zip the net up and enjoy a protective bug barrier around you.

”Say goodbye to irritating bugs ruining your outdoor activities with the Kelsyus Original Canopy Chair with Bug Guard!” the description says.


“This canopy camping chair features a canopy-to-ground bug net that protects you from bugs at every angle.”

The Kelsyus Original Canopy with Bug Guard, currently has 17 reviews on Amazon with one customer saying it was a great way to embarrass her kid at soccer practice.

“Best investment ever! My son has soccer practice in the evenings and mosquitos apparently love me,” she added. “Instead of having to spray myself down and inevitably still being bitten, the netting saved me!”

Find out why some of us are more attractive to mosquitoes than others in the video below.

For those of us that don’t want to spend the summer indoors blasted by air conditioning, this chair could be the answer.

Please share with all the people you know who love the outdoors but are too attractive to mosquitoes.