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Stop Getting Bled Dry, Use Technology To Be Invisible to Mosquitos

Montreal, Canada – (JULY 6, 2022) – Mosquitos have an amazing ability to zero in on us from afar and head straight for our bare skin. Unfortunately, mosquitoes are much more than an itchy annoyance. They transmit several serious diseases including malaria – one of the most common infectious diseases in the world. According to the U.S. National Institutes of Health, nearly 1 million people die of malaria every year.

In mosquitoes, the precise and efficient finding of a host animal is crucial for survival and olfactory receptors are used to target an optimal site to penetrate the skin. One Montreal-based entrepreneur, Luc Deschamps, has identified a solution based on a short-circuiting of the mosquito’s olfactory system.

“I can guarantee perfect success,” said Deschamps, the Founder of NOMAD. “The Pasteur Institute Laboratory tested NOMAD and reported a 100% success in mosquito bite prevention. My product creates a very small change in the natural electric field, just enough to prevent mosquitos from being able to identify the CO2 emitted by humans.”

There are 7 specific benefits offered by the NOMAD electronic mosquito protector:

  • 100% effective.
  • Compact and lightweight.
  • Chemical-free.
  • Pesticide-free.
  • No ultrasound technology.
  • No refills are needed.
  • Respects the environment.
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How does it work?

The NOMAD is harmless ecological mosquito protection that makes humans ‘invisible’ to mosquitos and no-see-ums. The truly revolutionary technology upsets the mosquito’s olfactory system using the natural electric field. The device emits 20 million of negative Ions per cm3 – thereby disrupting the molecules of CO2 coming from the human mouth and the chemical smell coming from the human body.

For mosquitoes, smelling CO2 is a telltale sign that a potential meal is nearby and NOMAD disrupts these chemical markers. According to a recent study from the University of Washington, human breath is “just loaded with CO2,” said author Jeffrey Riffell, a UW professor of biology. “It’s a long-range attractant, which mosquitoes use to locate a potential host that could be more than 100 feet away.”

Without these two biological signals, the mosquito simply travels elsewhere in her constant hunt for suitable hosts. The NOMAD creates natural protection for the entire family. People are simply invisible to the mosquitoes and no-see-ums. It is not a repellent, and it does not kill the mosquito.

NOMAD can be purchased at for $99 (Summer Special).

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