Headgear for TAP PAP Nasal Pillow Mask
Item # PAP-NP1-300
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The OPTIONAL headgear is not a requirement for use of the TAP PAP Nasal Pillow mask. The mask can be used without the headgear.
The Headgear for TAP PAP Nasal Pillow Mask is for use with the TAP PAP Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask with Improved Stability Mouthpiece and the TAP PAP Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask with Stability Mouthpiece.
The two headgear straps attach to the TAP PAP using the slots on the frame below the pillows. The loop at the top of the headgear can be used to secure the short hose of the TAP PAP. The positions of the headgear strap position are designed to provide additional stability.
This product is the headgear only. This headgear is for use only with the TAP PAP systems, it is not compatible with any other mask products.
This Product Includes...
- TAP PAP Headgear
- Entire Length Including Tabs: Approximately 31 inches
- Length Excluding Tabs: Approximately 28 1/4 inches
- Crown Opening Length: Approximately 7 inches
- Crown Opening Width: Approximately 3 1/2 inches
- Length of Tube Loop: Approximately 4 inches
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The loop at the top of the headgear is sewn in place. The total length of the loop is 4 inches.
I tried this out to replace my CPAPPRO mask and was surprised at how well it performed. I had some problems with the mouthpiece due to dental problems but managed to fix it by using a moldable mouthpiece from my old CPAPPRO and have a much better mask as a result, nine days out of the last 30 days with no leaks. Nice unit for the price. more...
This headgear would probably work great if I had a buzz-cut or were totally bald, but I'm neither. Sadly, it slid off my medium-length hair very early in the first night I tried it. I was disappointed, but men with very short-to-no hair might find it very useful. more...
I have had a lot of trouble trying to figure out how to prevent the pillow mask hose from loosing my dental appliance's attachment to my teeth. Given that the dental appliance has to fit just right, I couldn't have the tubing pulling it in all directions. The headgear does slip a little (which is why it gets 4 stars, not five). But, I don't think any headgear without a jaw strap (which I really dislike) could prevent slippage. more...
Very difficult to attach to anything to keep it in place. And very expensive for the little you get.
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I tried three different times to put the mouth piece in boiling water and get it to fit comfortably. Never did get a comfortable fit. Also the angle of the nasal pillows did not seem to work after numerous adjustments. This is the first mask I have ever returned to CPAP.com more...
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