Do you have problems with you CPAP/BiPAP tubing twisting or pulling while you sleep? Is your machine at an awkward angle or a tight spot so that tubing has to bed sharply in order to fit? Use the FlexiTube Angle Adapter to create a flexible joint between your CPAP/BiPAP machine and hose. The FlexiTube is designed to flex in any direction, without twisting, to reduce the torsion and stress that can sometimes occur at the join between the CPAP/BiPAP machines and hoses.
Compatiblity Information: FlexiTube is compatible with most CPAP/BiPAP machines that use standard tubing including those from Respironics, ResMed, Fisher & Paykel, DeVilbiss, and others. It WILL NOT work with the following machines: S9 Series, SleepStyle 604, SleepStyle 608, ProBasics ZZZ-PAP, PureSome and ComfortPAP CPAP Machines.
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I had a problem with hoses collapsing at the connection point on my cpap machine. This adapter solved my problem and is ingenious in my opinion!
Written by lynngillo, 2018-09-06
Oxidizes very quickly.
The connector oxidizes very quickly, even when not used, and turns brown. It then looks dirty. It will still function, but has a dirty brown appearance. I put several unused connectors in a zip lock bag and did not use for several months. They all turned brown inside the zipped bag.
Written by MW, 2018-05-13
Better than I expected!
This was exactly what I needed to help with the hose adapter from my SoClean 2go being bound up.
Written by Heath, 2015-08-04
Flexi-Tube Angle Adapter
The Flexi-Tube Angle Adapter is not good for mask to hose connections. It makes a lot of noise when it is attached to my nasal mask. It will probably work great as a machine to hose connector.
Written by Terri B, 2015-05-02
Great Little Gadget
The FlexiTube is very flexible indeed. My mask is no longer being yanked by the hose when I roll over. When I ordered it, I was concerned about the possibility that such a flexible gadget might collapse during use. When it arrived, I no longer entertained that possibility. It is flexible with respect to angles but sturdy enough to maintain its circumference.
Written by DakotaMark, 2013-03-27