Pillowcase for CPAPMax 2.0 and CPAP Max Pillows
Pillowcase for CPAPMax CPAP Pillow Overview
The Pillowcase for CPAP Max 2.0 and CPAP Max Pillows is compatible with the following pillows:
- Contour CPAP Max Pillow 2.0 with Pillow Cover
- CPAPmax Pillow with Pillow Cover
This case is designed to fit the unique shape of the pillow. Insert the pillow through the opening along the top edge of the pillow case. The button closure of the pillowcase allows use of the hose tether strap.
- 100% Cotton - 300 thread count
- Open at top to accommodate hose tether
- Machine washable
- Button closure at top
This is a pillowcase only, not the pillow cover. The CPAP Max 2.0 Pillow and CPAP Max Pillow come packaged with a pillow cover which has mesh and padded sections.
Note: See Specs tab for care instructions.
This Product Includes...
- Pillow Case for CPAPMax Pillow
Care & Cleaning of the Pillowcase for CPAP 2.0 Max Pillow and CPAP Max Pillow
- Machine wash - cold water
- Non-chlorine bleach when needed
- Air dry
- Do not iron
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This pillow allows you to keep your mask centered and comfortable. Very helpful.
You change the pillow height by removing layers, and that helped with comfort for side sleeping. But the shape of this pillow does not allow enough room for my cpap mask when sleeping on my side. Viewed from above, the pillow has curved indentations that end at the bottom, leaving a projection of the pillow, let's call it a horn. That projection presses against part of my mask (and I have tried several). I can avoid the horn pushing on the mask if I place my head farther up on the pillow, but then my mask presses against the upper part of the pillow. If I reinstall the layer of foam to restore full pillow height, the interference of the pillow and mask is reduced but not eliminated, and as mentioned above, I was not comfortable with all three layers of foam in the pillow. If I rotate the pillow from a normal sleeping position, by about 30 degrees, there is just enough room for my mask in the cutout with the one layer of foam removed. In that position, my body compresses the projected "horn" out of the way for side sleeping without mask interference from the pillow, but this position is awkward and not comfortable. This pillow might well work for others, but not for me. more...
Average quality material. Baggy fit over pillow. Overall, just ok.
Descent care to keep pillow clean. Cotton is comfortable. It has a button to close the top which seem to work well. If your going to buy the pillow, then get the case. It's worth it, unless you can sew... more...
Excellent fit. Washes well, without any flaws. Recommend this item. Have had a good experience in purchasing with CPAP. THANK YOU. more...