There’s a new full face mask in town! Philips Respironics has recently launched the Amara View– a lightweight mask packed with smart features, such as quiet exhalation ports and quick release headgear clips. But, there are 3 things you definitely need to know about this mask:
3. Under-the-Nose Cushion Design
Actual Customer Review: “I love my Amara view mask, no more markings on the bridge of my nose!! So much better then the full face mask!!”
Just like any other full face mask, the Amara View seals both the nose and mouth. It does so through a revolutionary nostril opening that rests below the base of the nose. In other words, you can say goodbye to red marks and soreness on the bridge of your nose.
2. Smallest Full Face Mask (Yet)
Actual Customer Review: “For me all masks leak and make red marks and hurt various face parts. Well, that’s the past. My Amara View is small, light, painless, delivers the air and seems to be worth 18 years of experimentation. FIVE STARS!”
You know what they say, “a picture is worth a thousand words.” Take a peek at the image below. With its under-the-nose cushion design, the Amara View offers minimal contact by covering less of the face when compared to the Amara (and other leading full face masks).
1. Wide Field of Vision
Actual Customer Review: “I have no problems with leaks using this mask! I sleep much more soundly now, without disturbing my partner.”
The forehead support is gone! With no forehead support and a smaller mask frame, the Amara View offers a much wider range of visibility. Now you can wear your mask and glasses while reading a book or watching TV before falling asleep.
Did You Know?
Roughly one out of every five CPAP users prefer a full face mask. Since it allows breathing through both the nose and mouth, it is ideal for users who are congested, have a deviated septum, have a chronic sinus condition, or simply alternate between nose and mouth breathing.
Ready to experience this innovative full face mask? Purchase the Amara View, and if you don’t like it, we’ll refund the purchase price! Visit CPAP.com today and choose the size that’s right for you. Print out this sizing gauge template (make sure it’s printed at 100% scale) and measure it based on the depth of your nose. Just a heads up, all of the 3 soft, silicone cushion sizes – small, medium, and large- will fit the universal sized mask frame. So, should you need to replace the cushion or try a different size, you can easily swap out the mask cushion.
Have more questions about CPAP masks? We’ve taken a deep-dive into the subject, writing a comprehensive guide to CPAP masks that you can use to learn about the different kinds of masks and how to overcome problems related to your selected mask type.
David Repasky has been using CPAP treatment since 2017 and has first-hand experience with what it’s like to live with Sleep Apnea. He brings the patient’s perspective to the CPAP.com blog and has received formal training in CPAP machines, masks, and equipment.