Boost Oxygen is a convenient, lightweight, and portable 95% pure Aviatorís Breathing Oxygen. Perfect for hikers, athletes, and GA pilots flying at high altitude (but still below 12,000 feet), Boost can help you out on your next trip.
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Extremely fast delivery!!! Great product! First time users! Very pleased .
The product arrived on time and in excellent condition. This is a reliable vendor. I will do business with them again.
I need to use when going to ski hill watching my twins lung injury. Strong oxygen5or6 streanth
Works as expected. Ships fast!
Fast shipping from A/C Spruce and an excellent product. I use the larger Boost Oxygen bottles as an emergency backup to the factory Oxygen in my SR22T. I also give a can to each of my kids (who arent a fan of wearing a nasal cannula) on flights over 10K ft. They work great and allows them to avoid getting headaches on long flights at those altitudes. I highly recommend these.
Ordering was simple and the delivery was excellent...very fast. Boost oxygen really does its job. I take long walks and can carry it in my pocket and it really does give me that extra boost when I start getting tired. Very useful and well worth the expense.
The shelf life of this item is 5 years.
Yes, it is pure oxygen. We are unsure if this has headache relieving properties.
The can will no longer emit any oxygen when it is empty. It is clear and noticeable when the can is empty. These are single use and cannot be refilled.
Yes, these cans are single use. You depress the trigger to release the oxygen, but once the can is empty, you cannot refill it.
You use the top of the can to breathe in the oxygen. No separate mask is needed. Size of bottle depends on how often it is used. This product is not intended for consistent flow of oxygen. It is intended to used for individual breaths of oxygen.
Per the can, it is good for roughly 200 x 1 second inhalations.
No, TSA does not allow them on the planes.
Yes, we carry these cannisters in each of our locations for pick up.
It could be used for that, although it required manual operation meaning your ability to pilot the aircraft could be inhibited. It is more for recreational use at high altitudes and is not design specifically for emergency situations. We recommend a built in O2 system for this purpose.