Looking for the best CPAP machines, masks, and other technology? We’ve rounded up our top-selling masks and machines, including which machines are a top pick for traveling, the most comfortable CPAP masks, and what our new Oxygen Concentrator line means for you. Whether you’re shopping for yourself or a loved one, we’ve made it easy to scan our top CPAP equipment and learn more about CPAP therapy.
Best CPAP Machines of 2017
We’re proud to offer some of the industry’s leading technology. Some of our best CPAP machines include:
AirMini AutoSet Travel CPAP Machine by ResMed
This machine is the smallest ResMed machine available today, weighing just over half a pound. It’s perfect for travel, thanks to its compact size and small 20W power supply. Plus, it pairs with the AirMini by ResMed smartphone app so you can easily track therapy performance and adjust the settings.
This machine combines the proven technology of breath-by-breath control with the optional ClimateLineAir Heated Tube. This advanced algorithm is effective for those undergoing CPAP therapy, and the machine is 23% lighter than traditional machines.
The AirStart™ 10 CPAP Machine with HumidAir™ Heated Humidifier is an easy-to-use CPAP with basic, effective features users have come to enjoy on a nightly basis. This machine is great for those who love the staples of dependable CPAP therapy.
Transcend Auto miniCPAP Machine with EZEX by Somnetics
The Transcend Auto is one of the smallest Auto CPAP machines on the market today and is the first in the Transcend line of machines to feature Auto-Adjusting technology.
Z1 Auto Travel CPAP Machine by HDM
This machine is small is size but big in comfort. Advanced features, such as Z-Breathe exhalation relief and Nitelog data, are viewable on your smartphone or tablet, making the Z1 Auto a great option for both home and travel.
Best CPAP Masks of 2017
In addition to our top-selling machines, we offer a number of masks that continue to be customer favorites. Below are the best CPAP masks of 2017:
ComfortGel Blue Nasal CPAP Mask with Headgear by Philips Respironics
Not only is this mask more comfortable than most, thanks to its ComfortGel material, but it also features a new, angled elbow and exhalation micro ports, both of which help reduce overall sound.
The ResMed AirFit™ P10 Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask with Headgear provides comfort and simplicity in a lightweight design. The QuietAir™ woven-mesh vents offer diffused exhalation, making for an extremely quiet experience, and headgear clips are included to adjust your mask for your comfort. Nearly a third of Nasal Pillow customers chose this mask!
This mask is ultra-quiet, small, lightweight, and travel-friendly. It features improved pillows and easily fits on many different faces sizes and shapes. Customers love its sleek, minimal interface.
Simplus Full Face CPAP Mask with Headgear by Fisher & Paykel
With only three parts, the Simplus CPAP mask is simple and effective. It can be taken apart quickly for care and cleaning, and has a minimalistic design and lightweight frame.
DreamWear Nasal CPAP Mask with Headgear by Philips Respironics
This is an innovative mask that uses a tube-like frame to deliver airflow directly to the nasal cushion. The simple design limits contact with the face, making it more comfortable and able to fit most users.
2017 Highlights for CPAP Equipment & Oxygen
2017 was a big year for CPAP.com, as we introduced new technologies and continued to provide top-notch support and care for our customers. Some notable highlights include:
- The ResMed AirMini, already one of our best-selling machines, launched in May of 2017.
- The DreamWear Gel Nasal Pillow CPAP mask launched and became one of our most popular CPAP masks and one of the most comfortable.
- New and exciting innovation, the Brevida Nasal Pillow CPAP mask was launched.
- After much anticipation, CPAP.com started offering Oxygen Concentrators and Supplies.
- We launched Activox by ResMed, a portable oxygen concentrator with Pulse Dose Flow.
- Lastly, we welcomed Inogen at Home to the CPAP family, which is an at-home stationary oxygen concentrator with continuous flow.
To help you make sense of the different kinds of CPAP machines and their features, we’ve created a comprehensive guide to CPAP machines. We’ll cover the differences between the machines as well as cost, warranties, and explain why APAP machines may be the best type to get.
Our team is committed to providing the best CPAP products, and we’re passionate about offering new innovations and options to our customers. We’ll see you in the new year!
Daniela has researched and published over 60 articles covering topics that aim to inform and empower people living with Sleep Apnea. As an avid reader and researcher, Daniela continues to grow her knowledge about Sleep Apnea and CPAP therapy everyday with the help of coworkers, CPAP.com customers, and members of other CPAP communities online.