ComfortGel Blue Nasal CPAP Mask with Headgear
This item is 10% off for a limited time. Discounted price is shown.The ComfortGel Blue pulls technology from several of the more recent Respironics masks. Together, these technologies enhance the already successful ComfortGel design. Improvements can be found in the gel cushion and forehead pad design. A new angled elbow and exhalation micro ports reduce overall sound. Lastly, the cushion is now labeled with a System One Resistance Control rating. PR System One machines use this rating to identify and adjust pressures based on the mask you use.
Manufactured by Philips Respironics.
3% of Nasal Mask product buyers choose this product.
4.4 of 5 70 Reviews
"This is my second ComfortGel mask. The comfort can't be beat; however, the tabs on the side that allow for a quick in and out, can. The bracket for these quick tabs (part of the mask itself) broke on the last ComfortGel mask I had within 90 days. After gluing and taping these brackets multiple times, I changed to a different mask that didn't have the tabs, and it was not anywhere near the ComfortGel comfort. I came back to the ComfortGel and will just find a way to deal with the design flaw of the plastic bracket. I don't have marks on my face with this mask, nor do I have the breakouts around my nose as I have with other masks. And as I've said, the comfort just can't be beat."
"I've had nothing but problems with this mask. the head band fits nicely, but the mask won't seat well, either too loose and seal breaks at every minor facial movement, or too tight and causes pinching of skin, irritating skin.
I do like the reinforced connection points, but the blue comfortgel does not seem as good as the previous model I used."
"I have used the Comfort Blue for many years and find it quite comfortable. A great value."
"I have used the ComfortGel Nasal mask for a few years. The older design was comfortable and fit well but the gel would turn green after a few months and would need to be replaced. The new gel design is much better and will last much longer. Also the redesign of the CO2 port makes the mask much quieter.
My only fault would be that the new design of the swivel where the swivel is integrated into the mask instead of a separate piece makes putting the hose on a bit more difficult.
Overall it is a nice improvement of the ComfortGel mask."
"Bought a cheaper one a couple of months ago, it blew the air on my chin and was cold. This one exhausts out the elbow where the air goes in and can then be aimed away from the face, lots better."