Mask Type: Nasal Pillow
Headgear / Frame Sizes: [object Object]
Suggested Replacement Schedule: 180
Headgear Included: Yes
Replaceable Cushion: Yes
Cushion Type: Silicone
Includes Multiple Cushion Sizes: Yes
Sleep Position: [object Object]
Breathing Preference: [object Object]
This is by far and away the best I've used so far. I have recommended it to a number of fellow CPAP users and they were also pleased with the results. Only negative is that I travel a lot and the hard forehead piece is not easy to pack safely. I do wish that nasal pillows were available just in the size you need. Having three sizes the first time you buy is OK (although a small/medium 0r medium/large combo option would be better. But once you y=know your size you shouldn't have to waste money on components you will never use.
I love this headgear!. I have used it now for about three weeks, and for side sleepers it's the best. I have the nasal pillows, and though I thought I'd be using the small ones, I ended up using the large size as this sealed the edges of my nostrils much better. Also, you can adjust the width of the pillows with the metal that is attached. The way they came they were too spread apart to fit my nostrils, so I simply pressed the metal together enough so they would fit comfortably. Truthfully, I don't really feel like I have anything on my face. Other reviewers talk about the "tab" that holds the pillows in place on the tube always breaking off. I hope I have avoided that by just not taking the pillows off. When I put the headgear on, I position the pillows at my nostrils and slip the headgear on, then do a little adjusting of the pillows, which amounts to seconds, and I'm done. I have been sleeping so much better with this headgear because it doesn't interfere with me getting a good night's sleep because there's no tube on one side of my head making it very uncomfortable to sleep on that side. I also don't wake up with lines on my face from the straps or tube impressions on my face anymore, which in itself is a big plus. So all in all, I am extremely happy with this headgear.
Since I have full dentures, I have now under-support on my face and straps against my face bother me and leave impressions for a long time. This mask takes a bit to adjust but it works the best any mask I've had and I've tried no less than 5 different types/styles.
This mask is still my favorite as it only contacts my forehead with no irritating straps on my face. I use the Padacheek cover for the forehead piece. I really like the versatility of the mask's adjustable settings which allows me to seat the pillows just right to where they are hardly noticeable during the night and maintain a great seal. I also like that the hose goes off the top of my head so it isn't in the way during sleep. Love this mask!
I've used the Comfortlite 2 for many years and have been happy with it. I found that it works best if you direct the hose swivel towards the CPAP if you're lying on your back and away from you if you're on your side. I need to use a chinstrap and find it works well when I attach the strap to the mast strap with Velcro. I also found using one of those $10 hose clips helps to maintain a good nose pillow seal.
ComfortLite 2 has served me well for several years. I appreciate the easy disconnect feature and ease in side sleeping when desired
Up your nose with a rubber hose! That's what you get when you try and sleep with this leaky, noisy piece of junk. I finally smashed up against the wall tonight. I won't get much sleep but at least I won't be picking bloody boogers out my nose in the morning.
I go to sleep with the thought that the Comfort II nasal interface is the most secure unit I have ever had. The way it fits gives me the sense that it is part of my face and head and will not take a new position every time I roll over == thus causing undesired leakage.
I had very high hopes for this device. I shave my head and have been looking for a mask that is comfortable and stable. It is extremely comfortable as far as the strap goes but getting a good fit around the nostrils has been nearly impossible without putting extra pressure. I am not done trying yet but am disappointed so far.
I haven't been able to adequately test this yet. In theory in looks like it will work well. It is easy enough to set up for example. However it tends to leak at higher settings (15 for example). It also would seem to work better if you can bring the hose in over the top of the bed (my normal setup but not at the hotel I am currently at). Also, I am beginning to think that the engineers who design these things have never had a partner. PLEASE, design one that does not have its exhalation ports straight away from the wearer (and on to your partner)! If scuba redulators can port to the sides then I see no reason that cpap masks can't! I am going to be forced to engineer a tube to fit over the exhalation port (easier on the Mirage than on this one) to vent the air to the sides.
I had been using the Puritan Bennet nasal pillow mask for several years and decided to try this one instead of purchasing the PB version which is prone to breaking after a while. The ComfortLite 2 is very comfortable, well made and makes a really good seal especially with the direct seal attachments. My only gripe is with long hair the head band moves and the mask becomes lose. I would suggest this mask for anyone with short hair.
This is the best one I have had. It allows me to move freely and get comfortable and the end result is a better nights rest. I was not sure about the nasal type and for years have used the mask. I am glad I made the switch.
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