Gray Tubing Elbow Connector for CPAP/BiPAP Machines


7 Total Reviews

Gray Tubing Elbow Connector

  • Brand:Philips Respironics

This Tubing Elbow Adapter allows you to connect standard or slim breathing tubes to most CPAP/BiPAP machines at a 90° angle to the machine so there is less stress on the tubing connection and the pathway from the sleep therapy device to the bed is more convenient.

Made by Philips Respironics, this Tubing Elbow Adapter is compatible with most machines from Philips Respironics, ResMed, Fisher & Paykel, Drive DeVilbiss and others.

Compatibility Information: This elbow will not work when using heated tubing or when using a CPAP/BiLevel device with non-standard tubing connectors.


  • Manufacturer:Philips Respironics
  • Part Numbers:1051168
  • HCPCS Codes:E1399
  • GTIN Codes:00705968370539
  • FLEX SPENDING:Can be purchased with FSA & HSA Cards


  • Materials:Latex Free
  • It Just Works


    The elbow was exactly as pictured and described. Perfect for my needs. Prompt shipping, too!
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  • Tubing Elbow Connector


    Exactly what I was looking for. Exactly what I was looking for.
    Written by , Staten Island

  • CPAP parts


    Works great..Just what I needed
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  • Tube Elbow


    Works great; releases the strain on the tube, which comes out of the CPAP machine at a 90 degree angle, to a less stressful 45 degrees, increasing, I am sure, the useful life of the tubing.
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  • elbow connector


    does not fit without really pushing hard on unit. it broke the next time I tried.
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  • cpap hose placement


    Connector get the hose pointed in the correct direction. Nice when close to the wall.
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  • Just a convenience item...


    Really didn't need this item, just keeps my hose from being bent... My CPAP unit has a 45 degree swivel on the top, but since my hose heads straight up to an overhead support, the extra angle is nice. Now the CPAP unit can be shoved against our platform bed, where I can reach the darn thing, and the hose is directed straight up.
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