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Oxygen Chamber Technology Now Available

21 December 2006

Oxygen Chamber Technology Now Available For Kiwis - Phiten

Phiten Performance is now able to offer New Zealand customers access to world-leading oxygen bar technology

"Oxygen chambers offer customers a range of health benefits from breathing in large quantities of very pure oxygen. Phiten has developed a unique oxygen chamber in conjunction with market leader Oasis. The chamber is called the Oasis O2 and we are excited to be able to offer this technology to people in New Zealand," says Managing Director Damon Smith.

"Oasis is based in Florida and has quickly established itself as one of the world's leading suppliers of oxygen bar technology. The air we normally breathe contains about 21% oxygen. In an oxygen bar, the air is between 90% and 92% oxygen. The success of Oasis is based on the reported benefits of breathing higher concentrations of oxygen including increased energy, an uplifted refreshed feeling, clearing of the mind, relief of toxic headaches, relief of stress and promotion of higher concentration levels. Oxygen is also a proven detoxifier and has anti-aging properties," he says.

"Phiten has developed the Oasis O2 oxygen chamber to complement our wide range of health technology products. The Phiten technology was developed by a Japanese chiropractor over 20 years ago and our products are now hugely popular worldwide. The products help relax the muscles and increase circulation by normalising the bio-electric currents in the body," says Mr Smith.

"Phiten products are endorsed by global sports star like Ernie Els (golf), Randy Johnson (baseball), Paula Radcliffe (marathon) and Martina Hingis (tennis). At the last Melbourne Cup, the first and second placed horses from Japan were both on the Phiten programme as were their jockeys and trainers. Phiten products are also endorsed by the New Zealand Professional Golfers Association," he says.

"The development of the Oasis O2 oxygen chamber is an exciting addition to the Phiten range and is a great fit with our company vision of offering products which help improve our customers' health. Any interested parties can contact me directly," says Mr Smith.

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