Australian man launches ‘outback air’ range to customers across different parts of Asia.

Joe Duchiera, 36, has invested hundreds of thousands of dollars into the business and is just days away from releasing Ozi Air in China.

He claims the unique product is a ‘completely Australian-owned and made’ product which uses specialised machinery to test the purity of the air, before it is placed into a compressed air can, ready to be sold.

He told News Corp the product is created by capturing clean air remotely from a few locations ‘off the beaten track and closed to the public’.

‘It’s a bit of a secret, we remotely go out bush,’ he said.

‘We have air quality measuring devices we use to test the air to make sure we get the purest air we can.’

Customers will take in the ‘Aussie air’ by using a face mask on the top of the can. It lasts for between 140-160 breaths — or close to 10 minutes.

Individual cans will retail for $23.99 with a dozen cans $179.99. Naturally, both the can and mask are made from recycled materials.

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  • Well lucky us to live in Australia and save lots of money on our air!

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  • It might sell in some countries where all you van breathe in is smog. I wonder what the asthma severity is in those countries.

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  • That’s interesting product to have out in the market

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  • oh wow – I just clicked on their instagram page and their website – Taken from their website

    What is your return policy?
    If you are not 100% satisfied with your Ozi Air products, please contact us within 7 days of delivery and we will endeavour to provide a solution

    It’s air in a can!

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  • not sure what to make of this – why would one waste money on a can of air?

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  • Crazy ! What a waste of money and another wasteful product what is bad for the environment

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  • If people will buy it people will make it.


    • It still makes me wonder if it it serious?

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  • Lol whaat a gimmick

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  • So it’s just eucalyptus air freshener?

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  • Well that is Aussie ingenuity.

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  • What nonsense!!

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  • Is it 1 April already? is this a joke or legitimate?

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  • No thanks Iam happy with the free air I get
    don’t understand why people would purchase air

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  • I don’t understand why people would be foolish enough to buy this!

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  • I saw this on a current affair about a year ago. Couldn’t believe it then or now. Shows money doesn’t buy common sense

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