Many CPAP users find that one of the most annoying parts of therapy is the constant presence of the cold, ugly, medical tubing that connects the user's system to the mask or interface. In addition cold hoses and tubing can cause condensation and rain-out disrupting sleep and therapy.
Soft, stylish fleece Snuggle Hoses help solve these problems. Each Snuggle Hose is stitched from soft, warm fleece to help insulate tubing and prevent rain-out. And because Snuggle Hoses come in a wide variety of colors and patterns they allow you to personalize the look of your tubing. Maybe the best part of Snuggle Hoses though is that the warm fleece materials is much more comfortable and soft to touch (for you and your partner) through the night.
- Soft, fleece materials
- Help prevent condensation and rain-out
- Durable construction
- Velcro end straps for a secure fit
- Available in a variety of colors - Light Gray, Royal Blue
- Machine washable for easy care and cleaning
- Manufacturer:Snuggle LLC
- Part Numbers:SNUGGLE8
- HCPCS Codes:E1399
- GTIN Codes:00718122522255
- FLEX SPENDING:Can be purchased with FSA & HSA Cards
A little draggy on the sheets but got used to it. No more rain so far. Find out soon as we keep the bedroom a cozy 62 cegrees
Written by Dave P., -2015-10-06
Is a nice product.
This soft fleece hose cover is about what I expected. I was hoping for a little more sound deadening with the air being pumped through the hose. I have a very high pressure and the unit makes life uncomfortable for my wife at night.
Written by jimh_nancys, -2014-09-19
The Jury Is Still Out
I bought this cover for my hose because the first night that it gets cold at my house I get nasal irritation because the steam from the humidifier dose not help. I have had it for a week now and I still have irritation but this may be from irritation that I had from before the cover was installed.
Written by S Thomas, -2013-12-01
Snuggle hose good for quiet
The Snuggle hose is good for keep your hose quiet from rubbing against bedpost or end table for which you use to keep your CPAP on; however, I did not notice less tube sweating at humidity level 3. I was expecting to be able to increase the humidity level to 4 or 5 because I like the warm air versus the cooler air. Mostly disappointed.
Written by Linda, -2012-05-23