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December 24, 2011

AeroShot Pure Energy — Wired's "most dangerous object in the office this month"

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Wrote Aaron Rowe in the January 2012 issue of Wired, "Finally, a huffable stimulant that isn't a one-way ticket to rehab. The good folks at Breathable Foods (and here we've been eating our food like suckers) developed a pick-me-up device that functions like an asthma inhaler.

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Press the cartridge to your mouth, push the button, and your tongue is coated with a powdery blast of vitamin B, niacin, and 100 milligrams of precious, life-giving caffeine (equivalent to an espresso shot).

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Each cartridge is good for six to eight puffs. Budget meeting about to start? Time to hit the pipe."

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$2.99.

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6 - 8 hits?

I was looking into marketing sub lingual (yep, spray it UNDER your tongue) vitamins over 10 years ago. Back then you'd have had over 20 doses. In today's environment, 6-8 doses before disposal is shocking.

Form and pazazz over function. POS.

Posted by: Fred | Dec 26, 2011 10:38:59 AM

I want this...sadly, they don't sell all their products on this page.

I mean, I've seen the Le Whif chocolate advertised for years, but never anywhere near...and apparently they also have a green tea whif (which isn't going to curb my addiction, but would be fun!)

Posted by: clifyt | Dec 24, 2011 4:07:22 PM

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