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Here's a portable Luftwaffe O2 Set called "H?henatmer"

Normally the O2 mask was plugged into a rubber hose which was fixed in place at several places in the plane, so people could only move in a small area..

This item allowed a flight member to walk through the plane when something was wrong with equipment or with other members for example..

I think they came with a 5 or a 10 liter bottle..

Jos.

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Here's a portable Luftwaffe O2 Set called "H?henatmer"

Normally the O2 mask was plugged into a rubber hose which was fixed in place at several places in the plane, so people could only move in a small area..

This item allowed a flight member to walk through the plane when something was wrong with equipment or with other members for example..

I think they came with a 5 or a 10 liter bottle..

Jos.

Hello ,

Very interesting item ! Is that blue bottle original to this ? from the picture it looks like spun Aluminium . can we see more detailed pictures of this item ?

Best regards,

Joe

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