The PAP Travel Briefcase is the ideal travel companion for sleep therapy users. The sleek, sturdy design meets all FAA requirements for carry-on luggage; while the spacious interior provides plenty of room for your CPAP/BiPAP equipment and extras like a laptop, a paperback, or other travel convenience items.
- Two Bags Conveniently Integrate into One
- Compatible with a Wide Range of CPAP/BiPAP Machines
- Meets all FAA Requirements for Airline Carry-On Bags & Luggage
- Sturdy Construction with Convenient Features
Two Bags Conveniently Integrated into One: The PAP Travel Briefcase with Laptop Bag is two bags in one. The larger briefcase has a richly padded interior with removable dividers ideal for organizing your CPAP/BiPAP equipment. There is plenty of space for your machine, humidifier, power supply, tubing, mask and other small items. The smaller bag is ideal for your laptop computer or tablet; and it has zippered outer pockets for other accessories and small travel items. Both bags can easily be zipped together to form a single piece of luggage that complies with FAA regulations for carry-on baggage.
Compatible with a Wide Range of CPAP/BiPAP Machines: The PAP Travel Briefcase is manufactured by Philips Respironics, and it works great with their PR SystemOne CPAP/BiPAP machines, but the adjustable padded dividers within the bag can accommodate a wide range of machines from ResMed, Fisher & Paykel, Human Design Medical, Somnetics, DeVilbiss Healthcare, and more.
Sturdy Construction with Convenient Features: Stylish and professional looking the rich, black PAP Travel Briefcase has a long lasting, high grade polyester front and back panels with padded polyester interiors and dividers. The padded briefcase handle and an adjustable padded shoulder strap are great for carrying the bags when zipped together; and a hidden laptop bag handle is also included. A sturdy back strap on the briefcase slides easily over the handles on most larger rolling suitcases.
- Manufacturer:Philips Respironics
- Part Numbers:1114784
- Warranty:90-Day Manufacturer's Warranty
- HCPCS Codes:E1399
- GTIN Codes:00606959407558
- FLEX SPENDING:Can be purchased with FSA & HSA Cards
Meets FAA Specifications for Carry on Luggage This product is approved by the FAA for use on all commercial flights within the US; and all international flights that depart or arrive in the US. Always contact your airline prior to your flight to confirm any requirements they may have -- such as a copy of your prescription or a letter of medical necessity -- for allowing your device on board.
- Dimensions:Combined = 17 x 12 x 8 Inches; Laptop Bag Only = 17 x 12 x 2 Inches; CPAP Bag Only = 17 x 12 x 6 Inches
- Weight:2.75 Pounds
This case is awesome, LOVE IT!
This case is awesome, it is so much better than the case you get with the CPAP, the dividers in the main compartment also have velcro so you can make two smaller compartments in to one larger one. Also I can see myself eliminating the need for a backpack on weekend trips
Written by DaffodilHawk, -2017-04-03
Fantastic for travel with carry-on bags only
Although I've only used this bag once, it was great to use with carry-on bags only. The bag fits my ResMed Airsense 10, with room to spare. It was nice only having my carry-on bag and this one instead of the carry-on, ResMed travel bag, and a knapsack. I don't carry a laptop; so, the bag fit my iPad, cords & plugs, headphones, a snack, and a bottle of water comfortably. It's a nice minimalist bag for travel.
Written by Erwin M, -2016-05-07
A bit bulky, but it works
I find the bag is hard to carry with it's shoulder strap, maybe due to the bulk. But it does easily house my CPAP device safely, plus my laptop and some other office supplies.
Written by MD, -2016-04-23
CPAP Travel Bag
Just got the travel bag for my new CPAP. It's great. Lots of room. Will hold my laptop and E-Reader. Good for carrying on a plane. Good job.
Written by Bob, -2016-03-29
PAP Travel Bag Briefcase for CPAP/BiPAP Machines
I like the bag very much. The only complaint that I have is the dividers, I wish they would have made them totally removable to place them in any position in the bag.
Written by aalongi, -2015-12-28