It's as yet less expensive than a real trip to New Zealand!
A organization called Kiwiana is offering jars of "unadulterated New Zealand air" in packs of four, according to a tweet by writer Damian Christie, posted from the Auckland air terminal. The pack cost $98.99 in New Zealand dollars. That is about $65 in the U.S, which, as indicated by the image, is the cost of "an esteem pack."
you must poop me. Additionally, $98, so not actually an adorable trick blessing. pic.twitter.com/se4fkHUXRW— Damian Christie (@damianchristie) October 3, 2018
"you must be sh—g me. Additionally, $98, so not actually a charming trick blessing," Christie composed after observing the item.
The back of the bundle peruses, "New Zealand's special position in the Southern Ocean implies KIWIANA AIR has crossed no significant landmass before streaming over the perfect Southern Alps of New Zealand and into this can."
In option, the Kiwiana site claims, "cool Westerly winds bring unadulterated and uncontaminated air to New Zealand… Pure Fresh New Zealand Air is… the most perfect air you will ever inhale," or, in other words "the high edges over the New Zealand snow line."
Each canister purportedly contains 130 to 140 "full breaths" and comes appended to a veil like mechanical assembly that you can put over your mouth or nose to inhale.
Naturally, Christie's supporters were frustrated by the item. One reacted, "WHAT. We've hit top free enterprise," while another scrutinized its wellbeing impacts: "Isn't this equitable *really* costly huffing? How is this allowed?"
Isn't this equitable *really* costly huffing? How is this allowed?— Carol Green #spoonbill4eva (@carolgreen) October 3, 2018
Kiwiana did not instantly react to PEOPLE's ask for comment.