Manufactured by Philips Respironics.
4 of 5 42 Reviews
"This is to my taste the most non-invasive mask tried yet.
I have no problem falling asleep with it. Unlike the other masks which either covers the nose or the nasal double insert device, this mask does not inflict tremendous pressure around the nose. The only problem with it is the marks it leaves around the face in the event of sleeping on your side.
Otherwise, the pressure throughput that is needed to sustain similar positive displacement must be adjusted by your sleep doctor to learn the full potential of this mask. Overall I think this mask is good and most times the scaring goes away in a couple of hours. But it is there to be seen for a while unless the next generation of this product can come up with better padding."
"I recently purchased this mask based on several factors:
1 - Review from 1 user.
2 - It appearance.
3 - Great concept.
It looks like the mask would solve a problem I have with my full face mask of leaks and itchings around the top lips. But it failed.
Vision is clear, if you watch TV, like I do, on bed!
Your nose is not under pression!
It does not matter if you mouth is open since it is inside de mask.
At least for me:
1 - It leaks profusely all over but more on the front-head side.
2 - In the morning I get up with pain all over around the area of the head-gears.
BTW, this mask is not for side sleepers, although you might be able to manage, if you try hard enough.
One last thing, CPAP was great in handling the return. I purchased "return insurance" and it works as advertised."
"I have tried many different full face masks over the years. All too often to get a decent seal I have had to wear the thing so tight that it was like sleeping with my head in a vice. This one doesn't rest on the bridge of you nose and that is good. It is also very comfortable, fitting right out of the box without having to have the straps very tight.
Just like many folks I have to be on my side to go to sleep. Rolling onto my back after that seems to happen pretty quickly. The trouble with this design is that on my side the mask is pushed off center by my pillow. The problem is not severe just enough to make air buzz past my eye as I try to drift of. If there was a way to make it slightly more concave it would not be a problem. At $125 a pop I can't afford to experiment with heat to bend it.
Like I said it is better than most. If your head is a touch wider than mine I'd say buy one right now."
"This works very well except for the quick release buckles on either side at the front - they can easily be knocked off by brushing them with your hand, then the mask leaks and wakes you up. Otherwise good."
"I really like the idea of this mask. After trying masks for 7 years, this could be my favorite. The upside is no more puffy wrinkles by the eyes/ nose/mouth. You really can see thru it to watch tv. It's basically for back sleepers, tho. For me as a stomach/side sleeper I have to carefully adjust the large side of it to hang over the edge of the pillow every time I turn over (ugh). I guess I'll have to turn into a back sleeper! A big suggestion is to do what the directions say: wash your face with soap before using it. This eliminates lots of air leaks. My biggest problem was figuring out how to connect the headgear clips, lol."