I bought one of these as it looked more compact that the one I have, and I liked the idea of not having to use a mask.
As I have travelled extensively with my CPAP machine, including the one I bought from Respshop that it never occurred to me that a nebuliser would not have the same level of international usability. I can not understand why a CPAP machine would have 110-240 voltage but a nebuliser doesn't. Surely people who use nebulisers regularly need to take them when they travel. I don't need to use mine regularly, only when I get chest infections, so I only now went to use my new one. I got a shock when I realised that it doesn't work with 240V.
Seriously NOT impressed! How do people who travel internationally cope?
This doesn't make sense.
by jackie f
Date Added: Friday 27 March, 2015
I'm so glad I could purchase this. My local provider guided me to them out of good-will because I need to take my medication in the form of a mist. I like that it is reusable because it can get expensive buying this machine over and over again. I would recommend looking into it with your doctor if you plan to use this but I really enjoy it.