2 O2s and I Breath Right

So you’ve got the sort of condition where you need oxygen. I mean more oxygen than normal. I mean oxygen in a way that you’ve got to get it in the tube through your nose basically constantly. What do you do? You rely on out-dated “just fix it” type solutions that have little regard for the limits they create that you shouldn’t have to face. What do you do? You holster up a couple packs of O2 and be right on your way with this fabulous device right here: “Plus O2!”

What designer Shelly Rubenstein has done here is to create a new solution for everyday living for people who require medical oxygen. It’s made of three parts: the holster, the tanks, and the cannula (little tube you feed in through the nose.)

Everything is fully adjustable. Size of tank, rate of oxygen use (LPM,) ability to switch from liquid oxygen to solid oxygen when it becomes more widely available.*

*Real deal!

Liquid oxygen is already used as an oxidant in rockets, and it has been speculated that red oxygen could make an even better oxidant, because of its higher energy density. — Wiki siting naturenews

Designer: Shelly Rubenstein

Plus O2 portable oxygen system by Shelly Rubenstein

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7 Comments

  • Charles Cousins says:

    Awesome concept, and it looks great. Except, I don’t see how I can turn/move my head if I am walking about, which would be a major use of this system, yes?

    Am I missing something? I’m assuming that is some kind of inflexible tubing the oxygen flows through, though I may be wrong on this.

  • Cynthiajay says:

    Is this for real? I want one. Where can I get it?

  • msagrO s'nataS says:

    @ Charles Cousins. With that fancy of a device, the tube could be very flexible at the part running up the back of the neck and rigid for the rest of it. Or it's probably just soft.

  • msagrO s'nataS says:

    @ Charles Cousins. With that fancy of a device, the tube could be very flexible at the part running up the back of the neck and rigid for the rest of it. Or it's probably just soft.

  • Ishan Chandarana says:

    Hi I liked your concept it’s very portable and good. Can u explain in brief how long it works?
    Wats the cost of this kit? From where can I buy this?

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