It’s What Your Lungs Have Been Waiting For

We believe that fresh air should be a right and not a privilege.


Coast Capture Air’s glass bottles of fresh coastal air were initially produced as a symbolic way to raise awareness about the importance of air quality. These bottles were intended to be a keepsake and a conversation starter.

The concept of being able to purchase bottled fresh coastal air sparked interest from around the globe.

To our surprise, people were not buying our bottles as keepsakes but instead they were actually inhaling the fresh coastal air on a daily basis.

Our customers tell us inhaling fresh coastal air helps to alleviate the harmful effects of air pollution and soothes their respiratory tract. Many of our customers live in areas where the pollution levels are high; in the smog-filled cities and towns across the world.

Customers inhale the air to accompany their mindfulness and yoga practice. To this end, we began recording the sound of the shorelines where we captured the air for the pleasure of customers, in offering an all-encompassing inhalation and audio experience.    

Why is Coastal Air so Good for Us?

Recent scientific studies show that breathing coastal air has a positive impact on our health. Negative ions that are plentiful in sea spray help the body to absorb oxygen and neutralise damaging free radicals.

These negative ions also balance out our levels of a hormone that lessens anxiety and promotes the feel-good factor.

Why Choose Us?


We travel the length and breadth of Great Britain visiting remote locations of outstanding natural beauty. From here we capture only the purest air.

Many factors set us apart from our competitors. We monitor and measure every single bottle we capture using highly sensitive equipment. This ensures the purity of each bottle. Our captures are therefore both unique and of the very highest quality.

Based on the beautiful shorelines of the South East of England in Great Britain, we welcome you to enjoy the many health benefits of breathing freshly captured coastal air.