Nasal Puff Pillows for CPAP PRO & ApneaPAP CPAP/BiPAP Masks (1-Pair)


5 Total Reviews

Medium / Standard (Fits most users)

  • Brand:Stevenson Industries
  • Part Numbers:PROPART-2-S, PROPART-2-M, PROPART-2-L
  • Sizes:Small, Medium, Standard, Large
  • Warranties:30-Day Manufacturer's Warranty

These Nasal Puff Pillows are designed for use with all CPAP Pro and ApneaPAP "No Mask" Systems. They attach to the top of the CPAP Pro or ApneaPAP to provide a comfortable, leak free seal against the nostrils. The silicone type materials are hypoallergenic.

Sizing Information: Three sizes of Nasal Puffs -- Small, Medium, Large -- are available. CPAP Pro systems come standard with Medium puffs. ApneaPAP systems come standard with Small, Medium & Large puffs. Any nasal puff size can be used with any CPAP Pro or ApneaPAP system.

Usage Information: Two Puffs (1-Pair) are included in each pack. For best results replace on average every 3 months.


  • Manufacturer:Stevenson Industries
  • Part Numbers:PROPART-2-S, PROPART-2-M, PROPART-2-L
  • Warranties:30-Day Manufacturer's Warranty
  • HCPCS Codes:A7029
  • FSA Eligible:Can be purchased with FSA Cards


  • Available Sizes:Small, Medium, Standard, Large
  • Materials:Latex Free
  • They are a little too soft and can move when you sleep

    Ordering was easy and arrived sooner than expected.
    Written by rhondakay4, -2019-01-24

  • splendid nasal pillows

    they are splendid, easily ordered and arrived in a reasonable amount of time. i think i'll order a spare pair
    Written by matthall-50516, -2018-08-23

  • Over priced nasal pillows

    These nasal pillows are way over priced.
    Written by bartsales, -2018-01-25

  • Happy with purchase

    Great delivery time. Appreciate the shipping. Another retailer was charging $13.00 to ship this very lightweight item. Will always shop at cpapXchange. Glad I found you.
    Written by kammjel, -2017-12-11

  • Nasal Puff Assembly

    The nasal puff assembly works great. I was happy to get the new puffs as my old ones were getting a little weak or worn, whatever you want to call it.
    Written by Helen H., -2013-01-07