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Video Review: ResMed AirFit F30 CPAP Full Face Mask

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A traditional full face mask is a reliable choice for effective CPAP therapy, but may not be ideal for comfort. Despite having an effective seal, you may struggle with red marks on your face, nasal congestion, claustrophobia, or even intense pain in the bridge of your nose.

To address these common concerns in the CPAP community, Resmed created their take on a hybrid full face mask: the AirFit F30.

The ResMed AirFit F30 gets away from a potentially claustrophobic design and nasal bridge soreness, offering greater freedom with an open field of view and less-intense pressure points for a better night’s sleep. 

We’ll be discussing the pros and cons of this hybrid full face mask in our AirFit F30 review, with valuable insight from a long-time CPAP wearer! Read or watch on to find out if this mask could be a better fit for your CPAP therapy.

Pros: Cons: 
Eases Claustrophobic FeelingsCan Be Tricky to Find a Good Seal
Quick Release QuietAir ElbowUser Reviews Report Tight Headgear
Fewer Facial TouchpointsNot Ideal for Active Sleepers
Works Well For Smaller Facial StructuresIndividual Nostril Openings Can Be Irritating or Difficult to Align

AirFit F30 Features

Easy Adjustments With Less Skin Irritation. One of the best qualities of the AirFit F30 is how easy it is to get on and take off. To put on the mask, you will first take the rear headgear strap and slide it over the back of your head. Second, you will position the ultracompact cushion at the base of your nostrils. Third, you will take the magnetic clips and lock them into place.

The AirFit F30 covers the mouth and seals around the base of the nostrils, eliminating any forehead contact. ResMed has designed the AirFit F30 to be innovative and comfortable with minimal contact resulting in fewer facial marks and less irritation. The secure under the nose seal prevents soreness on the top of your nose.

The headgear and frame of the F30 are both one-size-fits-all with 3 available cushion sizes for different facial profiles. 

Open Field of Vision: The AirFit F30 is a full face mask that grants an open field of vision that eases feelings of claustrophobia. It also means you’ll have the ability to read, watch TV, or send a text all without having to take your mask off. The mask sits lower on your face, which means you have the flexibility to see clearly without worrying about bulky forehead support.

Quiet Operation: The AirFit F30 borrows the magnetic headgear clips from the ResMed F20 series, providing easy adjustments. They clip into place and help keep the mask secure during the night, which leads to a quiet mask. It also features a quick-release elbow with quiet venting technology, resulting in fewer disturbances. The elbow swivels 360 degrees and pivots up and down.

AirFit F30 Trial Period

The First Few Nights Wearing the AirFit F30. There’s been a lot of buzz about the AirFit F30, and I wanted to test it to see what it was like to live with it both day in and day out. When this product first came out, I took it home and tested it out for three days. Right away, I noticed a difference. I felt energized, awake, and experienced no brain fog.

A Few Weeks of Wearing the AirFit F30. The AirFit F30 uses my therapy air more efficiently than my other mask. Because the mask has a smaller surface area, when I breathe, I can feel my airway opening up. I feel my lungs filling with air. These factors are all wins if you have sleep apnea!

The Verdict on the AirFit F30

Overall, I’m very satisfied with the AirFit F30. The open field of vision, lack of red marks and skin irritation, and quiet operation make this full face mask stand out amongst the competition. This revolutionary full face mask left me feeling revitalized after a night of sleep!

If you’re interested in other similar products, see our Amara View review for Philips Respironics’ take on this style of CPAP mask. 

Related reading: Looking for the best CPAP mask? We’ve got you covered! Read our review of the latest CPAP masks to find your perfect match.

  • David Repasky

    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.

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8 Responses

  1. I have been using the ResMed F20 for about 2 years. About last year I was getting an eye burn/dry eye. And the silicone around the bridge of the nose was making a flapping sound waking me about a dozen times a night. I went to my sleep center and they gave me something similar to this one. But my mouth kept opening and dropping below it. So I went back to the F20. My sleep Dr dropped my air pressure from a 13 to an 11. Helped some. I went back on May 3rd and they gave me the F30 to try. It was a loaner. I have somewhat of a larger head. I did find the one size fit all strap a little restraining, but the dry eye is better. I need to get better at positioning it under my nose. I am a side sleeper so this really helps.

    1. Hey Terry, i’m sorry to hear that you had troubles with the ResMed AirFit F20. It may take a little time to get use to your new mask, but I hope you are able to find more comfort in the AirFit F30. Please feel free to reach us at: 1-800-356-5221, or via e-mail: cpap@cpap.com with any questions that you may have.

      We wish you the best!

    1. Hi John, unfortunately, I have no certain answer. I will say that our manufacturers are always looking to add new products, so it is a possibility.

      If you haven’t signed up for our newsletter online at: cpap.com, I would recommend, you sign up. If a size large for the F30, is introduced, we will send out a newsletter letting you know.

      Please feel free to contact us at: 1-800-356-5221, with any further questions, or concerns.

      Have a great weekend!

  2. Hi there I have a partner that is the most sensitive sleeper to noise I have been told that the exhalation from CPAP masks is this loud or louder than my actual snoring that is keeping her awake I’ve been reading about the F 30 mask is it quieter than someone who snores
    Thanks Grant

    1. Hi Grant, I am a light sleeper too, so I completely understand. As long as you have a good fit/seal, the AirFit F30 is a quiet mask. The quietAir elbow helps to reduce the noise. If you decide to give the mask a try and purchase from CPAP.com, it is sold with free 30 day returns (prescription required), so if your partner, complains of noise, simply return the mask for a refund, or a different mask.

      For further questions, or concerns, we can be reached at: 1-800-356-5221, or you may e-mail us at: cpap@cpap.com.

      Best Wishes!

  3. How does the airfit f30 get rid of carbon dioxide? I was just given this mask to use and cant see where carbon dioxide is released. Am I rebreathing it?

    1. Hey Mike, i’m sorry for the delayed response. There are exhalation ports on the elbow of the mask. This is how the carbon dioxide is released.

      For further questions, or concerns, please feel free to reach us at: 1-800-356-5221.

      Have a great weekend!

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