Item # 1250
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Item # 1250
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The Hose Lift System suspends a CPAP tube above the user, preventing the hose from becoming entangled or tugging on the CPAP mask during sleep. Made of aluminum, the hose lift is one of the lightest and most compact hose management systems available. The Hose Lift is suitable for both home and travel. Weighing just 8 ounces, it will fit in most any CPAP travel bag.
The Hose Loop accommodates CPAP tubing even when using a Hose Cover.
As of January 2010, the Hose Lift comes packaged with a Mask Hook that allows the CPAP mask to be hung on the post when not in use.
When set up, the height of the CPAP Hose Lift is 37'' from the base to the top of the mast.
Installation and Use of the Hose Lift System:
A heated CPAP hose contains copper coils embedded in, or wrapped around, the hose. These coils are gently heated to conduct a constant temperature throughout the length of the hose. This enhances the comfort of the therapy and reduces or eliminates rainout caused by the water condensing as it travels through the hose to the mask.
Heated hoses are more expensive alternatives to cloth tubing insulation, but they prevent rainout in nearly all cases. The Hybernite Rainout Control System is a stand alone option that can be used with any machine to prevent rainout and increase delivered humidification.
Some manufacturers have developed heated hoses to work specifically with select machines in their product lines. The ClimateLineAir™ Heated Tube for AirSense™ 10 and AirCurve™ 10 Machines is an example of a heated hose used by the AirSense™ 10 and AirCurve™ 10 Machines.
Here are some heated hoses we carry:
Your CPAP hose will last longer if it is detached every morning and hung to air dry.
Drying the hose each morning will also prevent bacteria from growing in the damp interior and help reduce the possibility of colds and other health issues. Remember, what is in the hose goes into the airway.
If you are not drying the hose daily, then be sure to replace the hose very frequently as negative health issues will result!
Hose care tips:
Hose care tools:
There are a few ways to keep from getting tangled up in your CPAP tubing. Try running your CPAP hose behind the headboard of your bed. Also, there are several types of suspension systems we carry here at CPAP.com. You can see the different types of Hose Management Systems under our Comfort & Cleaning section. One example is the HoseBuddy Tangle Free CPAP Hose Suspension System:
I have a small face. Had high hopes for this mask. Had trouble getting this mask settled on my face so that it didn't leak. Then I would wake up in the middle of the night and it would be leaking. It seems that all masks have some kind of leakage problem. There is a very small noise that made it troublesome falling asleep. Sometimes my eyes would be dried out because of the air on them. Caused my machine to go through humidifier water really quickly. I really wanted to love this mask because of the fact that it didn't cover my whole nose. Did like the magnet latch. Going back to my standby, the Zzz Full Face mask which I hope they aren't discontinuing.
I have nothing receied. I wait for my money or the goods
The F20 mask is adequate for the individual who lies down in bed and does not change position for the entire sleep experience. If I change position, the mask lets me know by leaking noisily, awakening my wife and me and seriously disrupts the sleep experience. I like the magnetic clip design that makes putting on and removing the mask so easy. Also like the elbow swivel design. The F10 design included a double silicone seal that is most effective for light sleepers like me. ResMed should have included that feature in the F20. If ResMed ever includes that one feature into the F20, I would eagerly switch to that mask. In the meantime, I'll stick with the F10.
My accessories were an exact match and I was able to update my pillows and other parts to go around my head
It keeps long hoses from tugging on your mask.
Had to tie it to the bed post to stabilize it. Otherwise, it does exactly what I wanted it to do.
I switched from a mask to nose pillows and had a problem with the hose dislodging the nose pillows when I adjusted the bed covers or when I rolled over. I found this and bought one immediately. It suspends the hose above you allowing you to roll side to side without dislodging the nose pillows. I bought a second for my traveling CPAP. I also convinced to friends to try the pillows with this lift system. They both love it. I would not do without it.
Helps keep the hose in place when I toss and turn. If condensation forms, it's less likely due to gravity to make it up the tube and back down into my nose. It's also very well-designed, light weight, and travel friendly. I use it all the time. I'd buy another one if I had to do it all over again.
I really like this hose lift, it helps keep the hose from getting tangled up. However, it kept falling over on me because the plastic part on the bottom wasn't secured well to the pole. I bought two of these and had the same problem with both, so I think it's a design flaw. However, after experimenting with duct tape, I decided just to use some strong glue to keep the pole in the plastic bottom piece, and it has been working great like that for months. I've also tried the hose hanging system where you use tape to secure the strap to your headboard, but I travel a lot and 1) it doesn't work well over time, and 2) it's very easy to forget. This lift, on the other hand, works very well, and folds up nicely to fit in my CPAP bag.
First off, I have to say that this product is a great idea and how it assembles and folds away is ingenious. My problem is that the final "stick" does not fit well into the receiver in the base, causing the unit to flop over continually, making it worthless. For this amount of money the product should be flawless, and since it isn't, I suggest you just purchase a 3M Command removable hook and strip system, and use a rubber band to hold your hose out of the way. Much cheaper, and in this case, much more effective.
I no longer am getting tangled up in the hose so wake up less often during the night.
When I first saw the support system for the hose I thought it looked pretty flimsy and was doubtful of its success. I am pleasantly surprised that it is working very well. I did have to secure it with a plastic tie to the bed frame to keep from moving but that wasn't a problem. It has eliminated my frequent awake periods to untwist from the hose being wrapped around me. It supports the hose and makes turning effortless. I don't care about the portability of the support and would have bought a more fixed and stable support if it was available. I wish I had bought it months ago.
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