by Henry A
Date Added: Thursday 27 April, 2017
I am using the ResMed Airfit F20 full face CPAP large mask with headgear. I like it except that in order to get a good seal (NO leaks) it must be worn tight on my face. It also causes soreness at the bridge of my nose when I use or. remove the mask. ResMed, if you can correct this problem the mask would be great I am going to try a medium size mask and hope this will correct the problem. Send this to ResMed for corrections to the mask, please. Thank you.
Date Added: Thursday 06 April, 2017
I don't usually write reviews but the only review on this site was super negative. I didn't think it was that bad. I don't think there will ever be a perfect full face mask but this was the best I've ever had. I find with all the full face masks I've tried that you have to really cinch down the straps to limit/stop the leaks. This can cause you to have a minor sore spot on the bridge of your nose and of course stap marks. This is the first mask I've had that doesn't leak and you know what that means, a good sleep! I'll take the minor and temporary nose irritation until they have improved this issue.
by Sam C
Date Added: Thursday 16 February, 2017
I eagerly awaited receipt of my new F20, expecting that Resmed would have improved on the F10, which I find ok except the cushions do not last long and the headgear is pretty hopeless as usual. However, although I followed Resmed's instructions, I found that the only way to stop leakage was to have the mask fairly tight. In turn this made the bridge of my nose and cheeks sore by morning. I think the cushion is awful and the plastic of the mask very harsh. The mask is very noisy too and it is easy to dislodge the connecting elbow. The headgear is fine and would be better adapted to the F10. Overall, it will be chucked into the box with other masks that I find difficult to use. A waste of money on my part.