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ResMed H5i Sealed Water Tub

ResMed H5i Sealed Water Tub

ResMed H5i Sealed Water Tub
Displaying 1 to 6 (of 6 reviews)
by Greg G
Date Added: Monday 01 July, 2019
It's just a humidifier tank, use distilled water and keep a filter on the PAP device, it won't need a regular cleaning. I've had three tanks (sealed) total for my Fischer Paykel device that I've had for 20 years but the first two were somewhat fouled by occasional use of tap water. You do what you must.

I've an S8 Elite CPAP with humidifier for five years and it's just fine with the original tank. Pristine.

Four stars for build quality, but I'll be buying the dishwasher safe version for a replacement, just so I can use reverse osmosis water that isn't as mineral free as supermarket distilled water. If I need to.

by David D
Date Added: Wednesday 21 February, 2018
I agree with all of the former posters, the machine originally came with this type of humidifier tub and I couldn't wait to get rid of it.

Stay away from it

by Mark
Date Added: Sunday 22 February, 2015
How is this dishwasher safe if you cannot take it apart? The seal makes it impossible to do this.

by Marty M
Date Added: Friday 13 February, 2015
HOW ARE YOU SUPPOSE TO CLEAN THE INSIDE OF THIS SEALED WATER CHAMBER! it would be easier for people to use if they can clean. USELESS!

by Stephen P
Date Added: Sunday 01 December, 2013
I agree, What good is it if you can only superficially clean. Pneumonia bacteria hide in the cracks and crevices inside the unit. Very unsafe. should be discontinued

by Shao-Jung Y
Date Added: Sunday 30 December, 2012
I really do not know how will be designed to not be able to take apart for clean, very inconvenient and not hygiene. Now I'm considering to buy a Cleanable Water Tub, It,s extra expense .

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