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Adventure Medical Ben's 100 Max Deet Tick & Insect Repellent

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    • 1.25oz Pump Spray


    42 Reviews


    Bite back.

    Adventure Medical's Ben's 100 Max Deet Tick & Insect Repellent is your best defense against potentially lethal bug bites. This water based repellent uses powerful DEET to protect you from dangerous Lyme disease carrying ticks and West Nile Virus infected mosquitoes. DEET has been proven safe, when used as directed, and is the most powerful insect repellent available. Ben's formula is alcohol and propellant free to deliver the highest concentration of repellent without environmentally hazardous fluorocarbons. Use Ben's easy to apply insect repellents to keep you, and your family, safe when heading outdoors this year.

    • Defend yourself from pesky and noxious bites with bug spray
    • DEET offers proven protection from mosquitoes and ticks
    • Convenient size fits easily in backpack or fanny pack
    • Item #AMK0044

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    Recommended Use
    backpacking, camping

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    It works!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This Ben's Clothing & Gear Insect Repellent Spray works so well! I usually spray my clothes right before I head out fishing or hiking for the day, especially if I know it's a buggy area and this stuff keeps everything off me. It's also safe to spray on your skin if you have area's that will be exposed! It's 100% DEET, doesn't smell, and lasts quite a long time before it wears off. Top notch bug and tick spray in my opinion!

    Deet is Neat

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Effective for hours after application. If you have a bug problem, say goodbye! This stuff is really effective the second you start spraying it around your exposed body. Remember to reapply when you notice the little buggers coming back after you!!!

    I take this little bottle out backpacking and hiking (and really most anywhere) to keep myself covered in neat and packable anti-bug coverage.

    What bugs?

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Smaller size deet spray that fits in your pack for a light weight backpacking trip, or just a quick last minute trip up the canyon. It is about the size of the palm of your hand. The spray is a bit more oily than most bug sprays. Mosquito's usually love me but don't even notice me with this stuff on. Unless you are jumping off waterfalls into lakes this stuff will stay on for 10 hours no prob!

    Great size!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Perfect size because it's so handy to take anywhere or just toss on a pack. I live in a wooded area and this stuff is great at keeping the bugs at bay when I'm doing yard work. I don't like wearing all long sleeves and pants when outside mowing in the middle of the summer and with this spray I don't have to worry about covering up just to avoid bug bites/ticks!

    Small but powerful

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    No one wants a big bottle of repellent in their bag, especially when they don't even end up needing it. This takes up hardly any room and it's very effective.

    Perfect size

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    This stuff is powerful, and it packs so small into a backpack. Takes up barely any room at all. It fits in your palm. Handy when I don't want to take up a ton of room with a big bottle of bug spray.


    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Works good, probably not too go for you , but neither are bug bites so you make the call. If you decide you don't want bugs all up in your business. Deet it up!

    While not 100%...

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I'm still mostly bug bite free after a weekend in the deep backcountry. I was cautious about direct skin application, but it worked wonders when sprayed on clothes or my pack.

    Happy camper with this stuff in tow!

    Great Product

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have been using this spray for years and I find it truly works to stop almost anything from biting you. I tend to try to put it on my shoes and clothing (certain labels may warn of possible color change on fabrics which may be true, I have not noticed) to prevent soaking my skin in deet on a regular basis. Overall a great product. A little bottle, but a little bit goes a long way.

    Bugs be gone!

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I went on a jungle advenmture recently where there was a chance to catch malaria, so i purchased this stuff. Put it on my shoes, a few sprays on clothes, hiking backpack and buff and was never bit once! Everyone else in my group used something else and came away with bug bites, but i was bite free. I'm sold on this stuff! Plus, the small package it great fort carry-ons.

    Stop the mosquito massacre

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    If you have ever been to the Unitas when the mosquitos hatch, you've been to what I can only describe as hell on earth. They swarm and don't really care what you put on. That is except for this stuff. Don't get it in your eyes or mouth. Don't rub it in your neck and skin then forget 10 minutes later and rub your eye. Immediately wash your hands because it burns if you forget. The good thing is, don't mess up and you are set. The bugs will run.


    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    its deet, it works.
    If you need something to keep away the bugs for sure, this is the stuff.
    It is 100% deet, so if thats not your thing you should try something else, but nothing works like 100% deet does.

    Most Effective Bug Spray

      They say that the maximum effectiveness of deet is in the 30% range. I would tend to disagree based on experience. When I'm in the deep woods during the hatch I always bring Bens 100 Max. It isn't 100% effective, but the 100% Deet gives me piece of mind when the black flies, gnats, no see-ums, mosquitos, and ticks are biting like crazy. I get less bites with Bens 100 than any other bug spray.

      This stuff is killer! (to the skeeters)

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Weekend comes rollin' round and you make a B-Line for the backcountry. pun intended... Nothing is better in my opinion than going out to the backyard of the US of A. However, the difference between making the memories for the right reasons can be remembered for all the wrong reasons. This stuff is as legit as it comes. Don't let your memories be ruined by annoying bugs. Bens is the first on my gear list, as it should be on yours. So go out and enjoy what our country has to offer and live it up!

      Best bug repellent around

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Used this on multiple adventure races in the heart of bug infested north east forests and not once was bothered by anything. I'm sure this much deet isn't good for you but if I'm going to be in the woods for over 24hrs without sleep I at least don't want to be bothered by flys and mosquitoes.

      Anybody ever encounter stable flies while...

      Anybody ever encounter stable flies while using this stuff? Does it keep them off?

      How many applications will I get from 1.25...

      How many applications will I get from 1.25 oz pump of 100%. I will be in Alaska in Jun & Jul for 3 weeks working fairly hard and sweating. I will be in the wilds. I am a large man 6' 1" 250 lb, a lot of surface to cover, Ha! I need to take enough along to last the trip, without going overboard airline bag weight restrictions apply.

      I would say as many as you can carry. Almost as stressful as running out of toilet paper in the backwoods, is running out of repellent. I would rather be getting low on food, than spend have of everynight scratching my new bites. With something that will be light like this. I would take the estimate of 3 and maybe add 2 more. You can always use the spare bottles you come back with for another trip