A lot of us are going camping or spending more time outdoors these days, and when the bugs come out hunting, we need to be prepared. Sang Kun Park designed FOLD with Designer Dot so that when nature calls out our names, no amount of mosquitoes can get in the way of enjoying it. FOLD’s compact size is its primary appeal, fitting into even the most tightly packed knapsacks. Resembling the traditional Korean fan’s shape and folding apparatus, FOLD is a handheld, portable alternative to the heavy mosquito lamp that measures only two times the size of an average-sized smartphone when folded.

When fully extended, FOLD’s power buttons are revealed on the side of its handle, which charges up the swatter’s electrical current. In order to child-proof the electric mosquito net, whenever something touches the net’s electric current, a 0.5-second gap is applied before FOLD’s current revs back up again. In addition, when FOLD is not powered on but unfolded, the electric current will remain inactive in order to protect younger family members. When FOLD is expanded to its full length and width, 32 individual nets can be counted from left to right, and with additional LED lighting, not even one mosquito can get past this net.

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