Hans Rudolph 7600 VIP Full Face Mask with Sensa Seal and Headgear
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HansRudolph 7600 VIP Mask Overview
Because of it's unique soft design the 7600 doesn't require forehead stabilizers so there is less facial contact; and it doesn't create the painful pressure points caused by many rigid frame masks. The 7600 is durable, comfortable to the skin, long lasting, resistant to oxidation and chemical degradation, lightweight and... since it's dishwasher safe, it's very easy to clean.
- The 7600 Vmask is lightweight. It is made of soft silicon rubber, molded as a single piece mask with a soft silicone rubber-sealing flange to ensure a leak-free comfortable fit. There are no bonded surfaces, no rigid frames.
- The 7600 Vmask come in 5 different sizes to accommodate a wide range of users.
- Comfortable Black Mesh "Quick-Release" lightweight headgear with 4 Easy Release Locking-Type Clips (For easy mounting & dismounting and eliminating nuisance slipping during sleep)
- The 7600 Offers an anatomical contoured face mask design with ribbed support
- The 7600 Vmask has a built-in silent CO2 Flushing device, part of the mask face piece.
- 7600 Vmask is validated for cold chemical high-level disinfection or steam autoclave, sterilization, pasteurization and dishwasher safe.
I think this full face mask is very good. However, I ordered a large and I think it is too big for me. Everything I read said this mask ran large. I did the face measurements as recommended and thought I needed a large. However, I find that I can't stop leaks at the bottom of the mask without very tight mask closures at top and bottom of the mask. I do think this mask is very well made and I am seriously thinking of ordering a medium because I liked everything about it except the fit. more...
14 people found this helpful.
I like this mask very much. It is one of the most comfortable masks I have ever tried, but it has one design flaw for me. The nose is too pointy. My nose is flatter than other people because I have a repaired hairlip and cleft palate. So that part of the mask can't fit snuggly against my nose and causes an airleak. The headpiece is the kind of thing that I have been looking for and I can use it instead of the one that comes with the full-face mask I now use. I've had to rework and practically remake the headgear for my current mask because it is 2x the size of my head. I'm going to order a smaller size of the Hans Rudolph head gear and use that with my FlexiFit mask more...
9 people found this helpful.
While I wasn't truly expecting this mask to be "the one", I had expected more from it than I got. My prescibed settings 12/18. This mask simply can not take that kind of pressure. It didn't even come close to sealing no matter how loose or tight it was. I tried it with and without the "Sensaseal" attachment. It made no difference either way. I give it a rating of Poor because that's how it was for me. However, this mask could very well work for someone with lower settings than mine. I'd guess this mask probably can't stand up to much more than a setting of 10. Great concept - poor implementation. I also believe it could work better if the silicone (or whatever the material is made of that contact's your face) were a bit softer. It is pretty stiff and, in my opinion doesn't mold around your face as well as it should. While I truly understand that everyone's needs/face contour/face size/machine settings/comfort factor, etc. are different, I'm beginning to think that all these mask manufacturers are avoiding creating a mask that would truly work well for a large number of people. They must make a fortune on those of us who try one after another in search of "the mask." more...
18 people found this helpful.
Let me just start by saying, not all all masks will be a perfect fit, atleast not for me. I'm new to CPAP use, I have been on a machine for less than 6 mo. and I am looking for a mask that is right for me. I started with a Fisher&Paykel 432 which is a full face mask (Iam partial to full face masks). I like the fit of the mask but the bridge of the mask had created a pressure sore at the bridge of my nose within a weeks time and I had to stop using the mask in dissappointment. It has taken a couple of weeks for my nose to heel. In the mean time I was looking for a new replacemnt and researched the Hans Rudolph. For me, the Hans Rudolph fit better than the Fisher&Paykel 432 but had 2 problems, it leaked around the bridge of the nose and has in my opinion a design flaw (the blow off holes are situated at the bridge of the mask and are angled upwards so that air is continuously blowing at your forehead during usage in addition to it leaking around the nose area. The mask is a medium and runs large in sizing. In desperation, I have taken the sensa-seal accesory that came with the Hans Rudolph mask and have incorporated in with the Fisher&Paykel 432 and have a Fisher Paykel 432 that is more comfortable to wear with less wear&tear on my nose. I've yet to try the MoJo mask that may be next on my list of masks to try. I wasn't too impressed with the headgear on the Hans Rudolph as well, it just seemed too complicated, the mask has four point attachments for the headgear and it seems the headgear runs large for the mask which may attribute to the leaks around the nose, I just can't seem to get the mask tight enough around the nose area. I encourage the additional cost in replacement insurance since returns on masks are highly probable to insure correct fitting and compliance with therapy. more...
8 people found this helpful.
OK, I should say that I have tried the comfortfull, ultra mirage ff (two sizes) and the f and p flexifit ff. All of them KILLED the bridge of my nose and I had trouble getting them to seal. The hans rudolph offers hope for me. It fits much better, leaks less (although the vent points to blow the air at your forehead which is strange and some may think it is leaking there even when it isn't!) I am of germanic heritage--I don't know if this means anything, but I do have a very bony, prominent nose bridge and just couldn't get the other brands to seal there properly. This model sits far lower on the nose. I think I could even have gone a size smaller and may buy the smaller size in future to compare. Bottom line, if you order this get one (or two) sizes smaller than you are fitted for in standard full face masks. It is meant to sit one or two centimeters down from the bridge of your nose. It also has a chin flap, which some might find hot and sweaty, but I found comfortable because it means the bottom of the mask isn't GRINDING into my jaw and pushing it back, but gently supporting it in the vertical plane. Definitely an issue if you have underbite issues contributing to your tongue blocking airflow! I haven't perfected wearing it yet, but I'm pretty happy with it so far. If you have any questions for me pm me at cpaptalk.com, screen name: socknitster more...
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