Aromatron Pulse

Hi! My name's Charles Webbley and 130 years ago my ancestor invented the Aromatron and changed the lives of anosmiacs forever. Today Webbley International Plc is still bringing relief to people with no sense of smell, helping them to live useful, full and aromatic lives.

This year we launch Aromatron Pulse, our smallest and most discreet model yet. Inserted painlessly into the nasal cavity, Aromatron Pulse is the first artificial smelling aid to incorporate true 3D odour detection, multi-band scent differentiation and accelerated whiff-buffering that allows you to store smells and play them back later.

The Aromatron Pulse

 

"Oh blimey! The Aromatron Pulse has changed my life. What? Oh yes! I feel confident and assured - finally I can be myself. Briliant. Even my friends have seen the difference in me. You can bet your arse that I wouldn't be without my Aromatron Pulse for anything!"

Bertram 'Fruity' Mountbatten III

 

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