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Flat Rate Shipping of $15.00 for All Orders Under $50.00. Boost Oxygen is shipped by ground transportation. Transit time is approximately 3 to 5 business days after the order is processed (which takes one to two business days). We can ship Boost Oxygen to PO Boxes that are only within the continental United States. Unfortunately, at this time, we cannot ship Boost Oxygen to Hawaii and Puerto Rico.
“In cross-country skiing, athletes propel themselves over distances of ten and twenty miles – a physical challenge that places intense demands on the ability of their red blood cells to deliver oxygen to their muscles.” –  Malcolm Gladwell
“In cross-country skiing, athletes propel themselves over distances of ten and twenty miles – a physical challenge that places intense demands on the ability of their red blood cells to deliver oxygen to their muscles.” –  Malcolm Gladwell

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE

For Pocket Size canisters, remove tamper-evident plastic and remove cap. Place up to mouth, press button firmly and inhale.  For Large and Medium size canisters, place mask under nose and over mouth. Press trigger down to activate flow. Breath in through the mouth.

NUMBER OF INHALATIONS

Pocket Size Boost Oxygen canisters contain over 2 liters of Aviator’s Breathing Oxygen. This equates to approximately 50 seconds of continuous oxygen flow. People report enjoying anywhere between 15-50 inhalations of varying length.  Medium Boost Oxygen canisters contain 5 liters of Aviator’s Breathing Oxygen, which is up to 100 one-second inhalations.  Large Boost Oxygen canisters contain 10 liters of Aviator’s Breathing Oxygen, which equates to over 200 seconds of continuous oxygen flow, or over 200 one-second inhalations.

WHEN TO REPLACE THE CANISTER

Boost Oxygen is pressure filled only into the can (sort of like a tire). No aerosols or propellants are used. As the can depletes, the pressure of the oxygen flow from the can will also deplete until finally empty. When the oxygen no longer flows, the can is empty.