Short Tube for Amara View Full Face CPAP Mask
Short Tube For PR Amara View CPAP Mask Overview
The Short Tube for Amara View Full Face CPAP Mask is the replacement short tube for the Amara View Full Face CPAP Mask with Headgear.
The short tube is used to connect the Amara View full face mask to CPAP tubing. Please Note: The short tube is not designed to connect the full face mask to the machine.
The Respironics mask and accessories are intended to work together, so you may move freely while sleeping. Attach the short tube to the elbow of the Amara View full face mask. Then, connect the other end of the tube to the CPAP hose. Range of motion is intended to increase, to better keep its seal as you turn or change positions.
This short tube is designed for the Amara View full face mask only. It is not compatible with other masks.
This Product Includes...
- 1 - Short Tube
Dimensions: 14.5 inches excluding connections
Weight: 1.41 ounces
Materials: Thermoplastic Polyester Elastomer
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I ordered this did not realize the mask had a tube so it's extra
Rarely have to replace this. Last one lasted 4 years. Great in that it allows detachment from the machine without having to remove the mask. more...
Tubing works well.
I had to replace the original hose hose after just 3 months as it starting splitting at the pleats as if it was dry-rotted. My insurance only replaces one of these a year, and because they are usually charged to a person's insurance, they are overpriced for what they are, but you need them, so... more...
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