Hurricane CPAP Equipment Dryer
The Home Edition Hurricane CPAP Equipment Dryer uses static warm air to dry CPAP parts and accessories in an enclosed cabinet. Set the timer and warm air begins to fill the chamber. As air flows across all surfaces of the wet items, the warm air statically dries CPAP supplies.
Manufactured by Siestamed Technologies, LLC.
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"My wife and I are on Cpap/ Bipap therapy and one of the biggest hassles is cleaning our tubing and mask’s. I was told about this product in a Cpap class I attended at the Sleep Lab where we had our test done. I saw the unit that the lab used to dry their equipment with and was very impressed with how much they could put in the dryer dripping wet and with in a 1 hour all of the equipment was dry. I purchased the home model and was amazed on how well it dried my wife’s and mine equipment. Its was so easy to do I washed the masks and tubing and then just put it in the dryer. Set the timer for 1 hour and walked away and when I came back later that day all the equipment was dry and the dome cover keep it clean so it was ready to use. I would recommend this to any Cpap user it is awesome."
"Wonderful. Never been able to get hoses dry. Dry a whole set of cpap equipment . Hose,chamber,masks and headgear in 1 hour or less. Very nice if affordable to you."
"$150 is not easy to shell out sometimes, but considering how convenient this thing is I'd say it's worth it (at least for me). I think it's important to note that this device can be used for all sorts of items not just CPAP stuff. I recently used it to dry a baseball cap that I hand washed. Came out bone dry after an hour cycle, although I could have probably had the same results with the 30 minute cycle. This thing drys and it drys fast!"
"Much much better than hanging the air hose to dry in the shower. One hour and it was dry and ready to use."
"This thing is awesome. I love it. I no longer dread cleaning my Cpap stuff.
A nice unexpected side use:
I had some small expensive electronics that were damaged by battery acid leaking after leaving the batteries in the units for years. I rinsed the electronics in vinegar and scrubbed them to get rid of the acid. Then placed the units inside the hurricane dryer and it dried the units, even the internal parts, perfectly. I had been wanting to vinegar the units to clean the acid, but had no way to take them apart to dry them without damaging them. This worked perfectly. I ran them through 2 one hour cycles and powered the units on, and all was well again. It does a great job of drying cpap equipment, and other things, as it turns out."