TrueBlue Gel Nasal CPAP Mask with Headgear
Designed to fit loosely, the unique spring design of the TrueBlue Nasal CPAP Mask uses an inflatable outer cushion silicone flap. This offers a more reliable seal, less likely to irritate the bridge of your nose. Offering a higher degree of comfort and flexibility, the TrueBlue also includes a soft, gel forehead pad which is easy to remove and adjust.
Manufactured by Philips Respironics.
1% of Nasal Mask product buyers choose this product.
4 of 5 64 Reviews
"I have to say that this is without a doubt my favorite mask. I have a Swift FX, as well as the Mirage Comfort Gel. On both of these masks I do tend to take them off. I have been using the TrueBlue for over a week now, and wake up each morning with the mask in tact. I dont find any leaks bothering me through the night. It moves with you in bed whether sleeping on your back or on your side. Its very light as well, and not overly bulky. One must make sure that the blue inner gel is flush in the mask, as if its off a bit, it can leak air a bit. This can easily be fixed though by just alligning it correctly. I wouldnt be without this mask."
"I am a long time ComfortGel and ComfortGel Blue user. The only issue with those products was that they sometimes irritated the bridge of my nose, which was resolved by using RemZZs cloth pads. So, Respironics claim that this maks solved that problem was attractive. Bad Decision! Many problems with this mask. First and worst, it leaks badly. Despite the instructions to not overtighten the headgear, overtightening is the only way to eliminate the leaks (even with RemZZs). The new clips are much harder to use than the old ball clips on ComfortGels. The new fixed gel head pad is not high enough on the forehead and could definitely use a swivel adjustment despite its spring action. Overall, an uncomfortable mask and a definite downgrade from ComfortGel. Half way through the night, I switched back to my ComfortGel Blue to get some sleep."
"This is my third TrueBlue Gel - my previous ones had been in the petite size, but when I printed out the sizing guide, it appeared that I would do better with the small. That wasn't the case for me. I don't have a broad forehead, and the bridge of my nose is small, so finding a mask that fits has been extremely difficult for me. While this generation is still my old "TrueBlue", there are subtle differences in the headgear, which I think is an improvement. However, I cannot get this small size to seal as well as the petite, so back I'll go to that. I do like the fact that this mask doesn't feel so heavy on the face, and doesn't seem to want to rest so hard on my upper lip. For us girls out there with with a small face - this is my favorite. (Have no idea what I'll do when they stop making this one!!)"
"This is the only mask that fits me well and is small enough for my facial features. I have been told I have very "petite" facial features and the petite size of this mask fits me well.
I also like the fact that you don't have to have a tight fit with the straps to get a seal."
"This mask is very comfortable, easy to snap on, the only thing is the part that seats under your nose hurts after a while, when using it."