OXYfit Reviews and Articles
We have had reviews and articles written about OXYfit - Pure Canned Oxygen in national magazines:
Gulping cupfuls of scalding tar (otherwise known as motorway service station coffee) in order to stay a wake at the wheel could be a thing of the past. According to test carried out in Germany, breathing oxygen is not only more effective, it lasts longer, too. OXYfit canisters, which contain 99.5% oxygen, are claimed to be an easy way to increase your alertness...
The Sunday Times - MPH Gizmo
You won't do many motorway miles before you see a 'Tiredness Kills' sign, with advice to stop every couple of hours to freshen up.
reckon caffeine should be the preferred stimulant, but test in Germany suggest that breathing oxygen-purified air is not only more effective, it last longer, too. Wind down the window and you'll probably be inhaling mostly diesel fumes, which is why you might try a can of OXYfit, which is 99.5% Oxygen.
The claim is that ten breaths increases the oxygen in the blood and makes the driver more alert and ready to continue. As well as people driving long distances in the UK, other possible beneficiaries are those suffering from jet lag or the effects of disturbed sleep patterns and people driving on the continent where extra concentration is required...
What Diesel - Gadget Inspector
Alertness is in the Can
Take a deep breath... this product, called OXYfit, is claimed to improve your concentration when driving - by giving you a shot of oxygen. The maker says a blast of its propellant-free oxygen helps drivers combat fatigue, relieve stress, and improve concentration. The motorist simply inhales and after about 8 to 10 breaths, OXYfit says the benefits start to kick in. Researchers at the Albert-Ludwig University in Freiburg, Germany, say this is more beneficial than a cup of coffee in helping drivers to perk up.
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