What is this New Zealand flight attendant saying in this Air New Zealand safety video?
I'm embarrassed to be asking this, but I don't understand what the female flight attendant is saying starting at 1:02 in this video
, which is the "Bare Essentials" safety video/ad campaign from Air New Zealand.
Right before this, the pilot says, "If an oxygen mask does drop down in front of you, don't stop to ask why."
Then, the flight attendant says what sounds to me like "Or, if you could have one in another keller
." I've Googled all variations on this and turned on the automated closed captions, but I can't find any germane results.
I'm a native speaker of US English, so I suspect this is either a word unique to NZ English or I am mishearing it due to the differing accent. What is it?!