"VERIFIED CPAP.COM CUSTOMERThe large dilator nasal pillows have eliminated the leaks. I should have tried them years ago. Highly recommended for anyone with large nostrils."
December 8, 2009
Manufactured by Puritan Bennett.
The Breeze Nasal Pillows (1 Pair) is a single pair of nasal pillows for use with the Breeze System and the ADAM Interface. The picture shows all available sizes, but the price shown is for one pair of pillows.
The color of the pillows denotes the size:
Puritan Bennett offers two types of nasal pillows, dilator and standard. The dilators are longer pillows that extend up into the nare much further than the standard pillows. This can be good for sealing but often causes the user considerable discomfort.
The standard pillows as they are much easier on the nose. The only exception is for people whose nares are too large for the standard large pillows. These people may try the large dilator or the extra large standard pillow. For some reason, the large dilator has a better track record than the other dilator sizes. This can be helpful if the extra large standard pillows leak excessively.
This product will work ONLY with the Breeze Nasal Pillow System and the Adam Circuit Nasal Pillow System.
Where do I find the size?
All Breeze Nasal Pillows are interchangeable with the Breeze mask frame.
The Breeze Nasal Pillows do not have an identifiable size written on the exterior of the nasal pillow. To find the size of the nasal pillows, go to CPAP.com and open the Breeze Nasal Pillows product page. A chart representing color and size will be available for comparison. Look at the nasal pillows to determine the color, which will directly correspond to the size given in the chart.
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