Nuance & Nuance Pro CPAP/BiPAP Masks combine the adaptive comfort of gel cushions with the superior seal of nasal pillows. Revolutionary Nuance & Nuance Pro nasal pillows cushions are infused with a soft gel ring that rests against the nostrils to create a secure, adaptive seal.
Nuance & Nuance Pro masks include open style headgear and 3 pillow sizes so it's easy to find your best fit. Choose the Nuance for a soft, fabric frame; or the Nuance Pro for a silicone frame with gel cheek pads.
- Revolutionary Gel Nasal Pillows
- Multiple Pillow Sizes -- Small, Medium, Large -- Included
- Open Style Headgear with Soft Fabric or Silicone & Gel Frame
- Contemporary Styling & Clear Field of Vision
- Minimalist Design -- Easy To Clean, Great for Travel
- Short Tube & Swivel Provide Lightweight, Adaptive Connection
Revolutionary Gel Nasal Pillows: Philips Respironics, the world leader in gel cushion technology, brings the adaptive power and comfort of gel to nasal pillows. The Nuance & Nuance Pro feature remarkable nasal pillows infused with a ring of soft, flexible gel that rests on the outside of the nostrils to create a secure seal without pressure or pinching. Each mask comes with three nasal pillows cushions -- Small, Medium, Large -- so you'll be sure to find your best fit right out of the box.
Soft, Secure, Open Style Headgear: Nuance & Nuance Pro CPAP/BiPAP Mask Headgear is highly adjustable with an open style that requires minimal facial contact and no forehead support.
|Nuance's Fabric Frame|
is soft and breathable cloth for a natural, no-slip feel.
|Nuance Pro's Silicone Frame|
is clear and flexible with gel cheek pads for extra cushioning.
Contemporary Styling & Clear Field of Vision: The streamlined design and muted coloring of the Nuance & Nuance Pro bring a more contemporary and less medical feel to the masks. They provide a clear line of sight -- for users who enjoy reading, watching TV, or talking before going to sleep -- and reduce the strap marks and pressure points that are common with many mask designs.
Flexible Short Tube & Swivel: A short delivery tube extends from the body of the Nuance & Nuance Pro to provide a lightweight, flexible connection to your main breathing tube. The flexible tube is designed to minimize pressure and pull on the face and therapy tubing. The 360º swivel elbow provides greater flexibility for tube positioning. The short tube can also be secured to the mask's headgear, with the integrated tube management loop, to keep the hose out of the way if preferred.
Minimalist Design -- Easy To Clean, Great for Travel: With just four parts the Nuance & Nuance Pro are easy to clean and maintain. Because the masks are small, flexibile and lightweight they can be folded away easily into the pocket of a travel bag without the fear of breakage or damage.
- Manufacturer:Philips Respironics
- Part Numbers:1105160, 1105167
- Warranties:Exclusive 30-Night Money Back Guarantee & 90-Day Manufacturer's Warranty
- In The Package:Complete Nasal Pillows Mask with 3 Gel Pillows Cushions (Small, Medium & Large), Frame (Gel or Fabric), Short Tube with Swivel, and Headgear
- HCPCS Codes:A7034 A7035
- GTIN Codes:00606959012929
- FSA Eligible:Can be purchased with FSA Cards
- Available Sizes:Small, Medium, Large
- Materials:Latex Free
MASK & INTERFACE SPECS
- Mask Types:Nasal Pillow Masks, FitPack Masks, Gel Masks
- Pressure Range:3 to 30 cm H20 Recommended
I love it, so comfortable
Written by Jim M, -2015-07-22
I love the Nuanced Pro Gel Pillows
After 10 years on a cpap I have tried almost everything out there, from full face mask to small ones that fit only the nose area. They have all leaked after a short time. I started with the Nuance Pro Gel Pillows in December and havne't had a leak yet. I sleep better with nothing in the way, and I am a side sleeper. I don't have a face tracks anymore on my face with the head gear. This past winter I used a heated hose with my water and my nose was never dried out. So happy they finally made a pillow that works great. Thank you!!!
Written by Susan, -2015-06-01
Good effort, but not for me
After 15+ years I'm still using my second mask, a self-modified Breeze Sleepgear. I ditched my first nasal mask after two days. The Breeze modifications include locking down all its adjustments with cable ties and redirecting and quieting the exhaust port. The old breeze gives me several things I can't live without: An over-head hose position which never interferes with my frequent position movements; minimal noise (with my mods.); One-handed, no fuss, very easy to put on; Easy daily cleaning; No leaking. I've put up with (slight) pressure on my upper lip, frequent breakage, deteriorating foam rubber at the contact points and the inability to pack this thing for survivable travel. I still try alternatives every few years, and the past couple of years have introduced a number of alternatives. I tried the Swift LT and FX which I can't get leak-free. The Nuance Pro seemed to be worth trying.
It does support the requisite overhead hose position, albeit as a sort of option - there's a hose loop that doesn't hold tight and is off-center which makes positioning difficult. It's very easy to clean daily - just pop-out the one-piece pillow. It seals very well and doesn't touch the upper lip - when you finally get everything into position. It's relatively quiet, if there's no condensation in the plenum. Otherwise it can get quite noisy. Unlike the Breeze, it does touch my face and it does leave marks and it makes me sweat, but it's better in that regard than the Swifts. The gel pillows are incomparably comfortable and effective. They should become the standard for all nasal pillow masks in the future.
The spoiler for me is the effort it takes to get the mask and headgear positioned for no leakage. I'm not talking about the initial setup, but every time I put the mask on. I can't do it without my glasses and a light (if it's dark). The difficulty is due to the formless and shapeless nature of the headgrear and exacerbated by the loose, off-center loop for the hose guide. If I have to leave my bed at night, I need a couple of minutes of full consciousness and light to get the mask on again. I should also note that the top strap placement is critical to the proper placement of the pillows and one has to rely on memory to place it in the proper position between the hairline and the crown of the head - a pretty big spread.
I'll give the Nuance Pro another few days, but I think I'll end up putting it in my travel kit, as it's about unbreakable as can be and takes up little room. When they come out with a better headgear, I'll surely give it another try. But until then, it's back to the trusty, old-fashioned Breeze.
Written by Steve R, -2015-04-18
I just started in Jan on CPAP. Let's say not succesful venture until now. I tried three full masks (hard and soft), two nasal masks and another nasal pillow mask.
The first nasal pillow mask worked but 3 hrs into sleep, I ripped it off my head with nose pain and facial discomfort. I decided one more try or the machine was going into the deep six.
This mask is perfect. Stays in place with almost no pressure. The nasal pillows are soft and comfortable. As a side sleeper I have no leaks and from the very first night I have slept every night at least 7 hrs. Perfect for me. I recommend fully
Written by Ray, -2015-04-05
Nuance Nasal Pillow
Very comfortable device. Stays in place. Does not leave facial redness.
Written by J Conrad, -2015-03-09
Works the best I've tried
The Nuance works the best yet. I started with a mask which was constantly giving problems leaking. I could adjust it sitting up, the lay down and it would leak. I lived with this for two years, not being about to sleep on my back. Then I went to one I saw on TV that had nasal puffs and was supported by a mouth piece that was formed to my upper teeth by heating it. This was a vast improvement and allowed me to sleep on my back. I did worry that over time I might pull out a crowned tooth in the front of my upper teeth when pulling it out. Now I am trying the Nuance and after a few weeks it is working great. Instead of a mouth piece it has two straps that go around my head to support the nasal gels. I do like it a lot. Best yet.
Written by William, -2014-12-26
Headgear poor design for women
I am a petite female and often find during the night that headgear/mask has come off I spend more time putting it on than I do sleeping in it.
Written by Cassundra S, -2014-12-08
Nuance & Nuance Pro Gel Nasal Pillows CPAP/BiPAP Mask
I have been a cpap person for over 20 years. This mask by far work better than any other ones I have tried. Stays put and is quite. Good price and lightning fast shipping!
Written by David, -2014-12-03
I had to re-engineer it
Well this took some getting used to. i have been using an Adam circuit headset that was just worn out. Comes with 3 sizes of nose pieces and it's a comfortable and less bulky headset. the problem was with the nose piece. I wear the headpiece with the wide band behind my head and the narrow band on top of my head. Much better seal. and more comfortable. Of course the nose piece bands leaves marks on my face, don't they all?
Written by dan, -2014-11-18
nuance and nuance pro gel nasal pillows
this is so easy to use and so light to wear. You don't really know it's on!
Written by Joanie L, -2014-10-09
Good design and comfortable, didn't fit me but that's about me not the mask
Written by John F, -2014-06-23
Nuance & Nuance Pro Gel Nasal Pillow Mask
Love the design, fit and wieght of it but could not obtain a good seal. Nasal pillows only come in S, M & L I currently use an XS nasal pillow on a different product.
Written by Sharon, -2014-06-23
Best nasal pillow mask
I have used several of the nasal pillow masks, this is by far the best I have used.
Written by Stephen D , -2014-01-31
Best I Have Tried in 10 Years
The Nuance mask is the very best I have tried in 10 years of CPAP. It is very easy to adjust I get a good night's sleep. Good especially if you roll about from side to side at night.
Written by James T, -2014-01-17
Not Sure About Headgear
The gel pillows on the Nuance Pro are great, but I'm not sure about the gel headgear yet. I may try the fabric headgear next time to see if I like it better. The gel is okay but it feels a little odd at the start of the night.
Written by D.R., -2013-12-24
Does Not Fit
I am a 60+ female. This product cannot be made to fit on a small female face. I ordered the gel version, which was also slippery. The cloth version would be a bit better for that. I will only buy products designed for the female face structure.
Written by Susan C, -2013-10-27