Lightest CPAP Mask, Quiet Sleep Apnea Therapy
The ResMed Quattro Air Full Face Mask with Headgear is the lightest CPAP mask on the market. This lightweight design, combined with a cushion that protects the area of your face around your nose and mouth, makes the Quattro one of the most comfortable CPAP masks available as well. The mask's cushion inflates as air flows into the mask causing it to grip to your face without leaving painful facial impressions. The headgear is easy to attach and does not impair your vision, letting you read, watch television, or converse at your leisure while you're wearing the mask.
The new Quattro Air CPAP mask is 45% lighter than the previous model, making it the lightest CPAP face mask on the market.
The frame design supports the facial cushion while limiting the device's contact with your face. This limits the pressure you will feel when you put the mask on, and reduces your risk of getting red blemishes or stretch marks on your face.
Quick Release Elbow
The elbow attaches to and snaps off of the mask frame in an instant. Additionally, the elbow swivels 360 degrees, making it ideal for tossers and turners.
The Quattro's headgear has two easy to attach straps on each side of your head. The design of the straps makes putting on and taking off your mask very simple and the softness of the straps lets you sleep soundly in all positions.
The Spring Air cushion in the Quattro provides a durable and effective seal that is both light and flexible. As air flows into the mask, the cushion inflates, creating a seal between your face and the device.
- Quick to Clean
- Clear Line of Vision
- Great for Side Sleepers
Make sure the straps are fastened securely, particularly if you plan to sleep on your side.
62701 Mask includes: 62756 - Headgear, 62753 - Frame, 62737 - Cushion
62702 Mask includes: 62756 - Headgear, 62754 - Frame, 62738 - Cushion
62703 Mask includes: 62756 - Headgear, 62755 - Frame, 62739 - Cushion
ResMed Quattro Air Full Face CPAP Mask
My mask does not feel comfortable:
Make sure your straps are fastened equally on both sides. If one side of your chin strap or forehead strap is tighter than the other, the mask will be tighter on one side, and thus uncomfortable. This might also explain any leaking that you may be having.
My mask is making noises, and I think it's because there's something stuck in the vent holes. How should I clean this?
If the problem is specifically with the vent holes, try cleaning them with a soft bristle brush. Don't use anything so rough that you'll scratch the device or damage the holes.
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