SleepRes V-Com CPAP Comfort Accessory

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Key Features:

  • Improve early CPAP tolerance, providing initial comfort without compromising treatment efficacy
  • Softened air flow reduces noise, leaks, and discomfort
  • Instantly feel at ease with your OSA treatment device
  • Improves CPAP therapy experience and overall sleep quality
  • FDA-Registered
Product Details

SleepRes V-Com™ Simply Makes CPAP More Comfortable

Upgrade your CPAP therapy experience with the SleepRes V-Com comfort accessory. The V-Com is engineered to increase comfort by reducing inspiratory pressure and flow without significant reduction in expiratory pressure (EPAP). It is added between the CPAP mask and hose.

This comfort accessory is durable and easy to clean, ensuring long-lasting use and optimal hygiene. It is a great investment for anyone looking to improve their CPAP therapy experience and achieve better sleep quality.

A Quieter, Less Disruptive Experience

Standard CPAP devices are often associated with noise, which can disrupt your sleep therapy and your partner's sleep. It can be challenging to sleep when dealing with constant buzzing and whirring.

The V-Com is designed to mitigate the negative aspects of CPAP therapy without compromising your CPAP machine's ability to provide comprehensive breathing support. It provides quiet, efficient support during inhalation and exhalation while decreasing air consumption, eliminating circuit leaks, and reducing the inhalation of stomach acid. The best part is that it's an FDA-approved comfort device, so you can purchase it directly without a medical diagnosis or prescription.

Training Wheels for CPAP

The V-Com is designed for new or struggling CPAP and Bi-level PAP users who require noninvasive ventilation (NIV). Similar to training wheels on a bicycle, the V-Com helps users adjust to CPAP more easily and quickly, as noted by SleepRes.

Your comfort is our top priority, and there are no time restrictions when using the V-Com. You can use it for as long as you need, and once you adjust to your device's airflow pressure and develop your own tolerance, you can remove the V-Com from the CPAP circuit.


What does the V-Com actually do within the circuit?
V-Com provides comfort without compromising therapy. V-Com is designed to soften the peak inspiratory flow that is often troublesome to new CPAP users.

Do you need a prescription for the V-Com? 
The V-Com does not require a prescription.

How long will I need to use the V-Com?
How long you use V-Com is completely up to you. Use the V-Com for as long as you need to make your PAP therapy more comfortable. Tolerance to PAP therapy typically develops over time.

How often do I need to replace the V-Com device?
Every three months

Where is the V-Com device placed in the positive airway pressure (PAP) circuit?
V-Com should be placed between the circuit tube (hose) and the interface (mask).

Instructions for Use

  1. Confirm your PAP device is turned off before beginning.
  2. Remove the V-Com device from the package and attach it to the hose between your PAP device and mask.
  3. Verify that all fittings are secure before turning on your PAP device.
  4. Put your mask in place, turn on your machine, lay down, and get a good night's sleep.
  5. Clean your V-Com device after each use or every 24-hour period according to the instructions provided.
  6. If you plan to use the V-Com device long-term, replace it every three months, similar to hoses and masks.

Cleaning Instructions:

  1. Wash with soap (e.g., liquid dish soap) and water, inserting a small, bristled brush in both ends of the V-Com device to penetrate and clean the complete airflow path.
  2. Twist the brush several times.
  3. Rinse with clean water and let air dry.
  4. Inspect for any damage or residue. If seen, clean again or replace.


OD: 22MM
ID: 22MM
Volume: 18 mL
Weight: 9 grams

Resistance to flow:

  • 0.3 cmH2O @ 20 Lpm
  • 0.6 cmH2O @ 30 Lpm
  • 1.1 cmH2O @ 40 Lpm
  • 1.7 cmH2O @ 50 Lpm
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Subject: Sleepwear with Vcom
I was looking into CPAC Masks, Before my sleep study. I came across the Dreamweaver Anew CLOTH MASK. When I had the sleep study they used a few different Pillow types and a few regular Full Face ones. None sealed properly for other big plastic full face mask.

I've beed around others using a CPAC. I found noise of the CPAC hurt my ears. I have Autism and very noise sensitive. I told this the to doctor and was that is old ones. New ones are very quit. When telling the Seelp therapist about this I was told the same thing.

When I asked about Anew Cloth Mask. They kept on pushing the plastic ones in stock! I found the big plastic full face masks very uncomfortable. The newer CPAC where quieter. Still could hear the valve open and close. And the air hitting plastic. I could feel the mask lift my face, with mild air lose. The CPAC said good mask seal. Was getting 88 to 95 score from app on CPAC.

I got them to order a Dreamweaver Anew. It was much easier to put on. I found it took about a week to get it adjusted to seal and not be to tight/loss. The Anew is much quieter. The mask takes some pressure of the valve system so it makes less noise. I found for me it was not as frustrating in moving around, with mosty side sleeping. The app on CPAC Airsense 11 was giving me 84 to 88 for the sleep score. It is do to the CPAC isn't programed for the softer mask. It tinks it has a leak. I would hear mild air leaks on exhaling. Was still quieter for me than the Plastic type. I like it more because I don't feel this big plastic block pushing into my face
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I have the AirMini from ResMed. When I breathe out there is a significant noise. I am considering getting a Q-Lite or V-Com to help reduce the noise. Which do you think will work the best? Can I use the Q-Lite and V-Com together?

I would suggest purchasing the Q-lite muffler kit which helps with reducing the noise. The V-com works better for customers who have a difficult time tolerating the air pressure, making it easy for inhale and exhale relief.

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I have the AirMini from ResMed. I use the AirFit N20. When I breathe in and out through the nose there is a noise during the duration of my inhalation or exhalation. Do you think, honestly, the V-Com will help me and reduce the noise ?
Thanks in advance.

Yes, the V-Com does help decrease the sound of your respiration. Many customers are happy to have this option.

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Where do I place my v-com in the circuit?

The v-com will have to be as closet to the mask as possible!

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Does it work when using just nose type only

You can use this with any style full face or nasal style mask. The V-Com should be placed between the circuit tube (hose) and the interface (mask).

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