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Home » CPAP Masks » Mask Parts » CPAP Mask Headgears » Headgear - Nasal Pillow Mask » 62935

Headgear for ResMed AirFit Nasal Pillow P10 System
Model: 62935

Headgear for ResMed AirFit Nasal Pillow P10 System
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$31.00   $25.00

QuickFit Elastic Headgear for ResMed AirFit Nasal Pillow P10 System

The QuickFit headgear ensures a proper fit without velcro tabs or clips by using an elastic fabric headgear. The headgear has back straps that can be loosened or tightened for a looser or tighter fit depending on what suits you.


The QuickFit headgear is incredibly lightweight and is barely noticeable when you wear it. Despite its light frame, the QuickFit will not slip off and compromise the seal of your mask, giving you the freedom of movement you need for a peaceful night of sleep.


ResMed continues to deliver with a headgear that provides solid stability with minimal obstruction and discomfort. Despite the simple design the dual back straps work to keep the mask secure on your face, reducing the chance of any mask leakage during your sleep apnea therapy.

Key Features

  • Lightweight
  • Stable Elastic Frame

Reviewers Tip:

The back strap can be loosened or tightened to fit a variety of facial structures with ease.

ResMed's AirFit P10 Nasal Pillow Mask


How should I clean my headgear?

Use warm water and mild soap to gently wash your headgear.

How often should I wash my headgear?

Around once per week is sufficient to keep your headgear clean.

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SKU: 704
HCPCS CPAP Code(s): A7035 (headgear)

  HCPCS CodeA7035
by Margaret W Date Added: Tuesday 29 November, 2016
My husband has the airfit p10 and he too finds the headgear only lasts a few months.I fold it over and stitch it to shorten it but it soon goes again.We live in NZ and at $80 something dollars a pop to replace I feel it needs to be redesigned somehow.

Rating: 2 of 5 Stars! [2 of 5 Stars!]
by Dennis M Date Added: Monday 21 November, 2016
I find that very quickly the headgear tends to loosen up with no facility to tighten it up again even after washing in water. I tend to use a rubber band round the end to tighten it up a little to my head size but I a sure someone could incorporate some feature within the design of the bands possibly using something like Velcro strips to enable this tightening up facility that it is currently lacking.

Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]
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