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‘Bottled Oxygen’ on sale for over £300,000 on millionaire marketplace

An exclusive online marketplace dubbed ‘Amazon for millionaires’ has launched a new category onsite for ‘Bottled Oxygen’. The ‘Million-air’ bottles listed contain air from the purest and cleanest areas of the world including the South American Andes, the Canadian Rockies and even the Lake District. The most expensive bottle onsite contains oxygen from Mount Everest and retails at £329,650.

A new online marketplace dubbed ‘Amazon for millionaires’ has launched a new category on its website for ‘Bottled Oxygen’. The new category offers clean air to individuals who crave non-polluted air from some of the cleanest areas of the world.

HushHush.com has bottles containing air from around the world including air from the South American Andes, the Canadian Rockies and even the Lake District. However, the most expensive bottle onsite is on the market for £329,650 and is filled with oxygen from Mount Everest base camp.

Members of the public can purchase bottles of oxygen here: https://www.hushhush.com/lifestyle/bottled-air/

Bottled Oxygen on the HushHush.com website starts retailing from £55,500 up to £329,650, dependant on the bottle size and source. Bottles from the Alps, Himalayas, Arctic, Snowdonia and the Scottish Highlands are currently in development and will be available to purchase on the site soon.

The category allows individuals who live in cities with high pollution levels to purchase and enjoy fresh oxygen from the cleanest areas of the world. The category also allows individuals who have moved away from their birthplace to purchase a bottle of their ‘home’ air.

Research has shown that air pollution is damaging to both health and cognitive performance, but it has now been proven that air pollution has a broader impact on people’s social lives too. Using pollution data and monitoring general happiness of urban residents, scientists have found a significant correlation between pollution and happiness levels. The more polluted an area is, the unhappier individuals are as a result. Women were also found to be more sensitive to high pollution levels than men, as well as those on higher incomes.*

Offering one of the most exclusive marketplaces and VIP concierge services, HushHush.com connects a growing list of the world’s most wealthy consumers with luxury brands and products. HushHush.com collates some of the best unique luxury products available, from superyachts and hypercars to luxury villas and private islands, and partners with sellers to reach their audience.

Aaron Harpin, founder and CEO of HushHush.com, commented:

Due to high interest in ‘Bottled Oxygen’ with a growing demand through onsite requests, we decided to create the new product category, so customers can find their air of choice, whatever their preference. We hope by offering ‘Bottled Oxygen’ our wealthy consumers can enjoy the purest air available without having to travel to the ends of the earth. We believe our customers deserve the finest things in life and with this unique product we’re offering clean air, wherever they live.

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