CPAP Newsletter Newsletter Archive Subscribe Newsletter Archive Subscribe Sign-up for our weekly newsletters for CPAP articles, tips and special offers! Submitting... Sign Up No, thanks CPAP Newsletter: Are You Ready to Buy a Mask? Newsletter Title Are you ready to buy a mask? Read about the differences between each type of mask so you can choose the right one for you. First, select your personal preferences from the icons below. Active Sleeper Clear Line of Vision Eye Glasses Friendly Reduces Feeling of Claustrophobia Facial Hair Friendly Travel Friendly Helps While Congested NASAL PILLOW MASKS Nasal Pillow masks are a good choice if you: Breathe through your nose when sleeping. Like to read or watch TV before bed (Opus not recommended). Move around when sleeping (active sleepers). Prefer minimal contact to the face and/or get claustrophobic. Top-Selling Nasal Pillow Masks: AirFit™ P10 Swift™ FX Opus 360 NASAL MASKS Nasal masks are a good choice if you: Need a heavier pressure on your CPAP. Breathe through your nose when sleeping. Like to read or watch TV before bed. Move around when sleeping (active sleepers). Top-Selling Nasal Masks: AirFit™ N20 DreamWear Wisp FULL FACE MASKS Full Face masks are a good choice if you: Breathe through your nose and mouth when sleeping. Suffer from allergies and/or congestion. Have facial hair. Need to accommodate a wide range of pressures. Top-Selling Full Face Masks: Mirage Quattro™ ComfortGel Blue AirFit™ F20 Risk-free insurance comes with all the masks pictured here.* This insurance allows you to return this item to us within 30 days of purchase for a full refund of the product's purchase price. (1) *Free return insurance is only available if you live within the contiguous U.S.