Breathe O+ oxygen anywhere to feel, think, and perform your best.

Elevator Pitches are written by the company and edited for space and clarity. They do not express the opinions of SNEWS or its editors.

Ride the elevator with Christine Warren, President and Founder of Oxygen Plus (O+).

Picture this: You're summiting the peak of your dreams, quite literally at the top of your game. Hours, maybe days of work have finally paid off as you stand at the crest, breathless. But this time your breathing trouble has little to do with the view before you and a lot more to do with a common malady of the outdoor enthusiast: altitude sickness.

Oxygen Plus (O+) knows that nothing spoils a stunning view like the distracting (and sometimes dangerous) side-effects of altitude sickness.

That's why we have developed a line of sleek and lightweight canisters containing pure, recreational oxygen that can be inhaled through the nose or mouth to restore depleted oxygen to optimal levels. Doing so offers numerous wellness benefits for outdoor and fitness enthusiasts who may experience a variety of side-effects relating to altitude sickness while being active. 

O+ Mini

(O+) Mini ($15.50)

Sub-optimal oxygen levels occur from many common situations, including extended travel or activity at high altitude, poor indoor or outdoor air quality and vigorous exercise. Oxygen deficiency can decrease energy, stamina, alertness, cognitive performance and more, but studies show that supplementing with oxygen significantly improves these conditions in healthy adults. Oxygen Plus has made a pure and all-natural resource more accessible to those who need it, during everyday occurrences and instances.

Each Oxygen Plus canister provides pure recreational oxygen in a variety of offerings:

O+ Mini 3-pack ($15.50): offers 24+ breaths of oxygen per canister 

O+ Skinni 3-pack ($19.99): offers more than 50 breaths of oxygen per canister

O+ Biggi 2-pack ($21.99): containing 220 breaths per canister 

O+ Elevate Pack ($35.50): includes the reusable O-Stick shell and two starter refills – each offering more than 50 breaths of oxygen. 

All O+ products are available online at oxygenplus.com and select retailers.

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