If a traditional CPAP mask is uncomfortable and you’re finding it tough to stick to your therapy, you’re not alone. Welcome in, the untraditional CPAP therapy device—the Bleep DreamPort CPAP Mask Solution, which provides total comfort for a better night’s sleep.
What Makes This Mask Unique
The Bleep DreamPort CPAP Mask Solution uses gentle adhesive pads to cover your nose while providing a small outlet to a patented short tube system, which keeps active sleepers top-of-mind. This CPAP mask solution provides a leak-free seal that relies on adhesive and not tension to keep the therapy device in place. An added bonus? With the exception of the AirMini, the Bleep DreamPort will work with any CPAP machine.
Uses No Headgear
Goodnight headgear-induced claustrophobia—the Bleep DreamPort CPAP Mask Solution’s unique design eliminates the formation of red marks on your cheeks or forehead during sleep. With your comfort in mind, the only points of contact are the seal around the outside of your nostrils. It’s safe for beards and mustaches and won’t get tangled in long hair.
Active Sleeper Friendly
The unique short tube allows for improved flexibility as you move around in your sleep and makes it possible for you to sleep in your favorite sleeping position.
The Bleep DreamPort CPAP Mask Solution Review
|Ease of Use||7/10||The Bleep DreamPort CPAP Mask Solution is easy to apply, and after applying the adhesive to your nose a few times, it will become second nature.|
|Ease of Maintenance||9/10||Thanks to the minimal design that only uses two parts, the Bleep DreamPort is easy to maintain. The adhesive pads are disposed of each night, and the short tube system is replaced every 90 days. The only regular maintenance is cleaning the short tube.|
|Quiet Operation||8/10||The Bleep DreamPort generates a sound output of only 26 decibels, which is about as quiet as two people whispering, making it ideal for anyone who is a quiet sleeper.|
|Active Sleeper Friendly||10/10||If you move around a lot at night or prefer to sleep on your side or stomach, the Bleep DreamPort is for you. It was created with active sleepers in mind and uses a flexible short tube design, so you can move freely without getting tangled.|
|Open Field of Vision||10/10||The Bleep DreamPort has an open and clear view, giving you the freedom to watch TV or read before bed.|
|Cushion Comfort and Design||7/10||Following the adjustment period, the majority of Bleep DreamPort wearers found it to be comfortable.|
|Headgear Comfort and Design||10/10||While the Bleep DreamPort doesn’t have headgear, we awarded it a 10/10 thanks to its creative design and solution to your previous headgear struggles.|
|Cost||6/10||You’ll need to maintain regular monthly purchases of the Bleep DreamPort Adhesive Pads.|
|Uniqueness||10/10||The Bleep DreamPort is perhaps the most unique mask to come onto the market in the past decade thanks to its maskless and headgear-less design.|
|Sizing Variety||8/10||The Bleep DreamPort is one-size-fits-all and doesn’t come in different adhesive pads sizes, but the included size fits well for most wearers.|
The Bleep DreamPort CPAP Mask Solution vs. the AirFit P10
The AirFit P10 is one of the most popular nasal pillow masks on the market. However, both the AirFit P10 and the Bleep DreamPort CPAP Mask Solution contain a minimal design, an open field of vision, and short tube flexibility. For these reasons, the AirFit P10 is similar to the Bleep DreamPort, but there are some key differences.
The Similarities Between Both Masks:
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Should You Upgrade?
The decision to upgrade to the Bleep DreamPort will depend largely on what your current therapy concerns are. It may make sense to upgrade to the Bleep DreamPort if your current mask leaks or if you don’t like the feeling of your current mask’s headgear. Most CPAP wearers that have tried the Bleep DreamPort report that it provides a more secure seal with fewer mask leaks while also accommodating for a number of different sleep positions. The Bleep DreamPort is also better for facial or long hair.
The AirFit P10 Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask should be your choice if you prefer a designated nasal pillow mask that lasts six to twelve months with cushions that only need to be replaced every six months.
The Bleep DreamPort CPAP Mask Solution uses a next-generation design to create the CPAP mask solution for you. If you can breathe through your nose, are looking for a minimal mask, and would classify yourself as an active sleeper, then the Bleep Dreamport CPAP Mask Solution is for you.
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.