High-end, high quality, neutral
tiny and appropriate
more than 20 different kinds of technology
anti-burning, light, strong
sufficient design experience
MBOX has had a long road of development, to be able to create the world smallest and efficient mosquito trap. Designed and created by multiple engineering teams to validate and confirm the actual performance of the MBOX. With years of testing and experience gained we have developed the MBOX, from the shape to the internal structure. Since the MBOX is made for indoor use we have specifically tailored it and designed it to be user friendly and harmless for your family. Instead of using the traditional electric shock, MBOX uses a fan to suck in the mosquito and dehydrate the insect. With just a simple touch and go design the MBOX is easy to use and also works on-the-go (USB powered) when you are going out for a pick-nick. We at QM believe we have created a product that will fulfill your needs, elegant, efficient and most important, a mosquito free environment and all the dangers they bring.
QM’s design team consists of a team with many years of experience in design. With constant research and development we strive with a burning passion to be the best. Combining elegant design with advanced technological functionality and finished with a touch of luxury. MBOX is designed from the bottom up and is assembled without any screws; with just a gentle twist the MBOX can be disassembled to remove any unwanted “dead” mosquitos. In order to achieve the pinnacle of Innovation and Technology we have done numerous researches and tests on how to retain functionality with an elegant design.
MBOX uses a new and highly effective method to catch mosquitoes. First we have to understand that only female mosquitoes need blood (protein) in order to lay eggs. Female mosquitoes track their victim through CO2 up to a range of 50meters, combined with the sense of smell of H2O, female mosquitoes are very effective in tracking their victim. MBOX uses a new method developed by Akira Fujishima (President of the Tokyo University of Science), this method uses photo catalysis of titanium dioxide (also known as the Honda-Fujishima Effect). When a titanium dioxide surface is irradiated by light, the photo catalytic effect and hydrophilic are activated together. Any organic chemical in contact with the surface will undergo decomposition to CO2 and H2O and thus releasing a highly attractive smell for female mosquitoes. Once close enough the near-silent fan(less than 29db) of the MBOX sucks in the mosquito and prevent it from escaping.
mosquito trap/power adapter/user’s guide