Replacement Fabric Frame for Nasal CPAP Mask
This is a replacement or backup fabric frame for Respironics's Wisp Nasal CPAP Mask, and only comes with the frame and frame only. The frame is necessary for securing the mask to your face while you sleep, but offers comfort with a soft fabric material that wraps around the frame. The Wisp mask as a whole is able to provide fewer points of contact because of a minimalistic frame and cushion design as well as the removal of a forehead support.
- Lightweight - Minimal design removes excess weight
- Two Frame Options - Comes in a clear or fabric frame
- Clear Line of Sight - Provides clear visuals for night time activities
This is the frame only and does not include the nasal cushion, any tubing, or a headgear attachment.
Wisp - Performance Has a New Style
- Is this frame intended for the Wisp's fabric frame or the silicone frame?
- The fabric frame.
|Weight||Approximately 4 oz|
Arrived quickly, easy to install, it was exactly what I ordered. I had a rash on my face that my doctor suspected was from the clear silicone cpap frame I was using. Within a week of using the fabric frame the rash was completely gone.
East to install with Fast Delivery. Very Good Quality.
Fantastic product and service thanks very much for your support
This product is exactly what I needed. I received it in a timely manner and I will definitely order from respshop in the future.
This is 4th time I am buying this frame. Even the clear plastic one broken 3 times close tô the pillow ring.
The wisp is an awesome piece of equipment. However the fabric is a bit of poor design. I was going thru them about 1 in 2months. When I changed to the clear plastic one, everything changed. The clear is like a piece of silicone and has held up very well. Been using that one alone for about 6 months. I would get again, if i ever have the need to replace again.
I agree with the previous review, I am currently on my 4 th fabric harness. Inside the fabric is a strip of plastic, however it is not one continious piece. In the front where the mask mounts the plastic ends coming in from the sides to the circle. That is where I have had failure each and every time. The fabric stretches there because the end of the plastic strip is not connected to anything. At a certain point the fabric begins to tear ane the end of the plastic strip becomes exposed. At this point the mask has lost it's ability to maintain a constant hold on the mask. At this point the torn fabric is the only thing holding the mask together and it's only a matter of time before it completely tears apart.
In my opinion this mask is a very good idea, but with a poor design.
If the plastic internal frame were all one piece this problem would never occur. And instead of purchasing my 4th one I would still be using my original one.
Oh, I believe I see the problem !
That would be four times less sales for the manufacturer and the distributor.
I guess that's what they call, "Planned Obsolescence"
I got to say, the idea of this mask frame would be great...IF the frame would last. Ive used this wisp mask and for the first month of using the fabric frame was good and it felt really nice to use on my face and cheeks. But after using it for a month the fabric will start to rip and end up peeling off the frame turning something that once was soft fabric into hard plastic which makes me want to SHOUT AND THROW MY HANDS UP and throw it away and be forced to buy a new one,