BREATHE in

Four on­line air farm­ers offer pro­duce from dif­fer­ent parts of the globe

Hong Kong Tatler - - Features -

Aethaer

At £80 a jar, this is pos­si­bly the most ex­pen­sive air prod­uct on the mar­ket. Don’t ex­pect too much breath for your buck, though—each jar con­tains ap­prox­i­mately two lung­fuls of the ubiq­ui­tous, colour­less gas, farmed from pris­tine lo­ca­tions in the United King­dom. aethaer.com

Green & Clean

This Aus­tralian brand uses med­i­cal grade, cold press com­pres­sion and air dry­ing tech­nol­ogy to cap­ture clean air from lo­ca­tions in­clud­ing Bondi Beach, the Blue Moun­tains and Tas­ma­nia. Each metal can­is­ter con­tains about 130 breaths worth of air. greenand­clean.com.au

Moun­tain Air From Switzer­land

Th­ese sealed jars of fresh air come di­rect from the Swiss Alps. Small, medium or large jars cost between US$5797 per jar. Each comes with a signed cer­tifi­cate of au­then­tic­ity and the GPS co­or­di­nates of ex­actly where the air was col­lected moun­tainair­from­switzer­land.com

Vi­tal­ity Air

Straight from the shores of Lake Louise in Canada’s Rocky Moun­tains, th­ese can­is­ters of com­pressed air come come with noz­zle and face mask to en­sure max­i­mum ef­fi­ciency of in­hala­tion. Founder Moses Lam says it takes ap­prox­i­mately 40 hours on site to col­lect around 200,000 litres of air. vi­tal­ityair.com

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