平码四中四公开验证 www.biymp.tw Man plans to sell 'outback air' to China after ploughing hundreds of thousands of dollars of his own money into fledgling business
A self-made Australian entrepreneur is planning to sell 'outback air' to scores of willing customers across different parts of Asia.
Joe Duchiera, 36, has ploughed 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.
With interest on social media from China, Hong Kong and South Korea building each day, Duchiera is hoping to launch his product in April.
The Adelaide resident 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.
Dr Mathew McDougall, the Reach China CEO, anticipates Duchiera's product to dominate the market.
'Ozi Air is an innovative product that is uniquely Australian..it gives Chinese (people) the opportunity to enjoy the benefit of pure fresh clean air, which is something they can't get at home,' he said.
'It will bring relief to those dealing with pollution. It will also serve as a unique souvenir for Chinese visiting Australia - they will be able to buy pure fresh Australian air and take it home as a wonderful memento.'
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Lisa Ozy, Sydney, Australia, 3 days ago
Heatseeker Al, Brisbane, Australia, 3 days ago
I'm going to start selling Brisbane tap water in that case. You can add extra chlorine to taste.
SummerPacifist, C One Three Seven, United States, 3 days ago
Free advertising from DM? Nice!
Unclaimedgerm, Shanghai, China, 3 days ago
Gypsumweed, North West Valley PHX, United States, 3 days ago
Will these cans have some flies in ?
The boat guy, United States, United States, 3 days ago
Not much different than buying ¿spring source¿ bottled water for a premium price
ABearWithASoreHead, InThePub, United Kingdom, 3 days ago
Some time ago someone suggested selling water, they were laughed at...
WheelchairWendy, Blighttown, Australia, 3 days ago
Ugh, wasting real energy and resources to scam people
John1017, Meridian, United States, 3 days ago
Spaceballs, air in a can, hehehe
Duvallon, Libstock, United States, 3 days ago
Remember when they first started selling bottled water? I remember thinking "who in the world is dumb enough to buy water in a bottle?" I never thought that would work at all yet here we are.
Mydogcharlie, Brisbane, Australia, 3 days ago
He'll make a fortune! It's a great gag gift for International travelers.
MarvinMartian PtDeux, Here, United States, 3 days ago
Great. Sell them clean air in a cannisters that will end up adding to landfills or waterway pollution.
Doozintiger, Perth, United Kingdom, 3 days ago
May sound silly, but this will probably be around 95% pure oxygen where as the air we breath is around 20%. Inhaling 95% oxygen can help recover from stress in the body due to exertion and variour other effects. Good for hangover also.
Chad, Charlotte, United States, 3 days ago
Will it make me an Instagram influencing nutritionist?
Rrrod, Elsewhere, United States, 3 days ago
好主意! ! !
food_deserts_org, Pangea Ultima, United Kingdom, 3 days ago
Some people will buy anything. PS I have some angel dust for sale, it's invisible (isn't 't all such dust non-visible, it IS angel dust), bargain at £20 a tin. Guarantess immortality, if you do die, full refund if you claim in person.
Rich Mellow, Kansas City Missouri, United States, 3 days ago
stephenjjj2, Tampa, United States, 3 days ago
If they are dumb enough to buy it ...
Alice Rosemary, Thousand Oaks, United States, 3 days ago
The world is full of idiots and this man has spotted a way to exploit them. Bravo.