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UK Technology Company Launches Portable Oxygen Machine To Help Wake You Up at Work

Added on: 16th April, 2018 by INBair

UK Technology Company Launches Portable Oxygen Machine To Help Wake You Up at Work

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Mon, 16 April 2018

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After a successful crowdfunding campaign in 2017 Radic8 has launched INBair O2 - a personal oxygen purifier that will help boost productivity

Air purification Manchester-based company Radic8 has successfully funded a personal oxygen purifier which delivers concentrated oxygen through a phone-style headset.

The campaign was launched by the Manchester-based company on crowdfunding platform,

INBair O2 is a non-medical unit which is designed to combat tiredness in the workplace and increase productivity.

The company believes that the INBair O2 can battle the ‘afternoon slump’ in office buildings, which its CEO say is caused by reduced oxygen levels.

“Everyone is using up oxygen, and breathing out carbon dioxide. As the afternoon progresses, we experience that ‘slump’ and it’s actually because we’re fighting for oxygen”, said CEO and designer, Richard Greenwood.

The company believes that the positive side-effects of breathing purified oxygen could reduce the reliance on caffeine and the ‘jitteriness’ associated with drinking too much coffee.

Radic8 also claims that the product is more convenient than going for a walk or taking a nap because the device can be use whilst working.

“There’s so much going on right now that we can’t afford to lose an hour or so of productivity every afternoon. We designed this to help keep us sharp and get that competitive edge” said 42-year-old Greenwood.

“It doesn’t look anything like a typical oxygen machine, and because it’s not a medical product, the price is a lot less too."

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