New Device with “SMART NOSE” Detects Potentially Infectious Air Droplets, UV Radiation & Air Quality

Canario: A Global Response to the 2020 Pandemic!

Los Angeles, California – Canario LTD today announced the birth of the Canario; a personal monitoring device that can tell you your Air Quality, UV radiation and if there are any Active Aerosol Droplets that could potentially contain viruses within three feet of you. 

“This is the breakthrough product of the 2020 pandemic,” says Judy Caspe, USA Sales Division Head at [Canario LTD].

“You can now know what you cannot see.  Perfect for everyone, everywhere and for all times. Small, affordable, reliable and effective”.

Features and benefits of [product/service] include.

  • Free cell phone app/No subscription fees/Monitors 24/7
  • 2 inch Device Clips to Belt, Purse or Sits Next to You

The Canario will be available for pre orders starting in October 2020 with the cost of  $129.00 each device.

Canarios will start shipping in November 2020.

For more information please contact Judy Caspe, Canario USA Sales @ 213-374-3900 or

School, Corporate or Large Sales available.

Canario has invented a USA Patent Pending personal monitoring device to let you know your indoor and outdoor Air Quality, the UV Radiation and if there are any Active Aerosol Droplets that could potentially contain viruses within three feet of you. 

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Company Name: Canario USA Sales
Contact Person: Judy Caspe
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Phone: 213-374-3900
City: Los Angeles
State: California
Country: United States

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