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Scent 5-pack for SDS100

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Scent Cartridge for SDS100
Part #: SCENT

Add olfactory stimulation to a virtual world or other protocol with scent packets. Each scent is shipped in a 5-pack of packets for the SDS100 Scent Delivery System (which can run up to 8 scent packets).

Over 120 scent options available—Scent List olfactory test scents.

Specialty scents include:

  • Barbeque
  • Burning Rubber
  • Engine Exhaust
  • Dirt
  • Diesel Exhaust
  • Gunpowder
  • Gas Leak
  • Ocean (fishy, fresh, or mist)
  • Whiskey
  • Wood Fire

Scents are non-returnable.

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Part #: SCENT
Categories: Stimulation - Research, VR/Immersive - Research
Subcategories: Olfactory (Scent) Delivery - Research

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