The DreamStation line of machines is smaller and lighter than their predecessor, the System One series. Plus, they are packed with features that will help you ease into therapy and sleep comfortably through the night.
CPAP Product Reviews
The Airing is shaking things up in the CPAP community. It has spurred hundreds of questions and ideas of what’s to come. This tiny CPAP device, despite of it being still in the works, is leaving a tremendous impact behind.
Dive into this captivating firsthand account of a CPAP user who unboxes an AirFit™ P10 Nasal Pillow Mask by ResMed for the first time.
Take the hose, mask, and cords out of your CPAP therapy and what do you get? The Airing Micro-CPAP. On June 15th, Airing will launch a crowd funding project to help bring its minimalistic prototype to life. CPAP users could potentially reclaim their nightstand space, travel lighter, and rest more freely.
Closer Look into Design: Weighing under an ounce, the Airing™ CPAP device is designed to sit beneath the nose. It looks very similar to a nasal pillow.
This week CPAP.com launched two different machine lines. The XT line from APEX is a small, light weight option for users not looking to spend a lot of money. Conversely, the AirSense line from ResMed offers the latest in CPAP technology.