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Boost Oxygen 22 Ounce Can - Natural

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Boost Oxygen 22 Ounce Can - Natural

As pilots we all know that oxygen is important to aviation safety and comfort. And, there are rules about the required use of oxygen by the pilot after 12,500 feet for more than 30 minutes or anytime above 14,000 feet.  But, that doesn't mean that you can't begin to have low oxygen saturation at much lower altitudes.  Flying as low as 5,000 feet, the body will start to demand more oxygen and functions like night vision can begin to be impaired.

If you aren't flying with a portable oxygen system, keeping a Boost Oxygen can handy can be just the answer to keep you safe in the air and feeling better after landing. 

The average purity level of Oxygen in the air is 21%.  Booost Canned Oxygen is 95% Pure!  And, just a few deep breaths of Boost Oxygen helps you stay at your best.  It is all-natural, and contains no caffeine, no calories or any other unnatural stimulants.

This single 22 ounce Boost Oxygen can has a built-in, connected, mask that people report enjoying anywhere between 75-150 inhalations of varying length.

Use in in conjunction with a portable Pulse Oximeter to stay in peak condition!  Natural (unscented) flavor.  Also available in Menthol and Peppermint.


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Customer Reviews For Boost Oxygen 22 Ounce Can - Natural:
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Wednesday, February 08, 2017
by from  
Review: Gets the job done, but I think it would be better if the top mask part were made to fit over the nose rather than the mouth. Also if it were somewhat rubberized rather than hard plastic, hard to imagine I am getting any sort of a good fit. Looking forward to testing it out on a night flight soon!
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Monday, January 23, 2017
by from  
Review: A great pick me up.
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Monday, June 27, 2016
I would buy this product again
by Kat from Williamsport, Ohio 

Pros: It helps me breath better.
Cons: I don't have any yet.
Review: Boost really works I bought 3 cans and am astonished that I am not out of the first can yet after 5 days. I am an ex smoker so this is a nice pick me up!
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Tuesday, February 16, 2016
Thank you! Just what I needed!
by Linda from Arkansas 

Pros: Easy to use
Cons: None
Review: I think this will be just what I need..and the service was so fast!!! I'll be ordering more.
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Thursday, February 13, 2014
Don't try to fly Southwest with these
by Kitty from Melbourne, FL 

Review: Please be aware that the airline will not let you check these in your luggage or carry them on the plane! They consider them compressed oxygen. if you need them while out skiing, you will have to ship them to your destination. It was a good thing that I called Southwest to ask where to pack them or I would have lost an entire case of these.
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Thursday, November 29, 2012
Great for quick O2 boost
by Chet from HPN 

Pros: High quality materials
Cons: Could use slightly larger version also
Review: Arrived quickly, fits easily in side door, pressure seems great- no worries about bursting but good pressure.
Seems like very quality product. I'll order more.
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Saturday, August 11, 2012
Good emergency O2
by John from St George,it. 

Pros: Good for emergency or passenger use
Cons: Only about 10-12 minute supply
Review: it was as I expected,good for emergency use Great for those 11-12000 flights as a refresher!
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Monday, June 25, 2012
boost oxygen
by A Customer from seattle,wa 

Cons: too big and bulky, not confident about low air pressure in bottle
Review: I have compared this product to oxygen 4 energy (a 4 liter slim bottle). Boost seems to have low air pressure and the mask provides for suction of external air. VErsus the competition, you get a blast under higher pressure so you know you are getting everything from the bottle.

the mask does not align with your mouth opening

Boost is cheaper but not sure I get the same result
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Friday, April 27, 2012
22 oz may be mis-leading
by A Customer from Happy Valley 

Pros: That is relatively low compression, so it is unlikely to explode in the cockpit.
Cons: That is relatively low compression, so there really isn't much in the can.
Review: The "22 ounce can" actually weighs about 4.3 ounces. The can's Contents lists the weight as "Net Wt 7 grams". It is so light, you won't have to worry about your weight and balance calculation.

"22 ounces" seems to refer to fluid ounces, the size of the can, not the amount of O2 in the can.

The can is labeled "6 litres"(sic).
A liter is about 33.8 fluid ounces...half of that 2-liter soda bottle in the frig.
So how much O2 is in the can?
Well, it claims to be 6 liters of O2 compressed into a container that is around 2/3 of a liter.

The advertising literature claims there are 120+ squirts in the can. A normally healthy adult is taking around 10-20 breaths a minute. So best case scenario, you get about a 10 minute supply of O2.
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Previous Customer Questions For Boost Oxygen 22 Ounce Can - Natural:
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On Saturday, August 12, 2017 a customer asked:
How much can be used at once Is there a limit
A: These 22 ounce Boost Oxygen canisters contain over 6 liters of oxygen, which equates to approximately 150 seconds of continuous oxygen flow.

On Thursday, July 28, 2016 a customer asked:
can boost oxygen be packed in luggage and also can it be in carry on luggage? do you need a doctor"s note???
A: Sorry, due to new TSA restrictions, Boost Oxygen can no longer be carried on, or checked on, commercial flights.  No, you do not need any prescription or doctor note to purchase this item.

On Saturday, April 23, 2016 a customer asked:
How do you dispose of empty cans? Can you throw them in your trash cans?

Yes, empty cans are disposable, recyclable, aluminum cans.

On Thursday, March 13, 2014 a customer asked:
Can I bring Boost canned oxygen with me on a commercial airline flight?
A: No, Boost Oxygen cannot be carried on any commercial flight either as carry-on or in your checked luggage.  The FAA issued Dangerous Good Advisory Bulletin DGAB-14-01 on January 30, 2014 which specifically prohibits passengers on any commercial flight from bringing any recreation oxygen on any commercial flight.

On Tuesday, July 17, 2012 a customer asked:
is it refillable.. I have a cascade system to refill my portable O2. John
A: No, these are meant to be recycled after use.  There is no way of refilling the canister.

On Friday, June 15, 2012 a customer asked:
what is the shelf life of a can
A: The Boost Oxygen cans have a shelf-life of 5 years.

On Wednesday, March 14, 2012 a customer asked:
What are the dimensions of this can? Specifically the height. Thanks
A: The height is 10 3/4" from the base of can to the top.  The diameter is approximately 2.5".

On Tuesday, December 06, 2011 a customer asked:
Is it possible to use this product on a steady basis rather than on individual inhalations? If so, how long would it last?

This really is not intended to be used on a continuous basis but rather to refresh you in cases where where the oxygen levels may be lower.  If you were to use it on a continuous basis you would get about 120 breaths out of a single bottle.   If you are looking for something that will provide a steady flow of Oxygen at higher altitudes, I would suggest one of our portable oxygen systems instead.



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