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CPAP Pro Nasal Pillows CPAP/BiPAP 'No Mask' Setup Pack
1 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 5

I have been using a full face mask since 2012 and have had my problems adjusting to it. When I saw the ad for the CPAP Pro II, I thought it sounded like a great idea, but I was not thrilled by the very high price. I took a gamble and bought it. Unfortunately, The device is way overpriced to begin with. Screws, nuts and parts can break easily and replacements are way overpriced. Right from the get-go in forming the mouth impression, it became obvious that one size does not fit all. I could not get the mouth piece to conform to my teeth according to the instructions. Thus, It did not fit well and nothing I did could fix that. When I did get to the point that it would stay in my mouth, it was very uncomfortable. As I said one size does not fit all. After getting everything adjusted, nose-pillows, comfort, no leaks, I settled down for the night. The minute I would dose off, the mouthpiece would start leaking badly. I tried several times to adjust it--no luck. I finally put on my full face mask and went to sleep. This device in my opinion is a joke. It is not worth the money or your time. By: Chris Anderson, Salt Lake City


AirTouch™ F20 Full Face CPAP/BiLevel Mask with Headgear
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5

I've been using the Hans-Rudolph 7600 v2 mask for several years now and have generally liked it very much. I prefer the way the mask balances on the chin. However I recently started having some issues with acne on my chin and wondered if perhaps a different mask would make a difference. So when I saw this mask had come out with a new memory foam interface instead of silicone I thought I'd give it a try. According to the mask sizer I am right on the cusp between medium and large. ResMed says that with this mask in that case you should opt for the larger size. This mask is extremely light weight. I can barely feel it. The memory foam is also quite comfortable. My Airsense machine seems to think it has some leak issues but I don't feel any big leaks. Pulling the mask away from the face briefly after turning the machine on seems to help with the seal. This mask is also very quiet. I could probably wear it without earplugs but I am so used to them now I keep wearing them. Overall I am quite impressed with this mask. ResMed recommends replacing the cushion every month. That seems fairly aggressive. We'll see how long it feels like it lasts. By: Glenn A, Arlington


AirFit™ N20 Nasal CPAP/BiLevel Mask with Headgear
4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5

I used the mask "F & P Eson Nasal" since 2013 and now I decided to buy the "ResMed Airfit N20 Nasal". The first contact was fantastico, mascara and headgear very comfortable and easy to adjust. The fact that the Headgear pinned himself to the mask and had nothing in front of his face between his eyes was a wonderful sensation. It really does not look like you have the mask on. Really enjoyed. The negative of the AirFit N20 was not having the diffuser in the air outlet. My wife complained about the jet of air she noticed when I turned to the side where she is in bed, unlike the Eson, which the diffuser prevents the air from going directly towards the other person sleeping with you. By: Marcélio - Brazil, Brasília, DF, Brazil