Comfortable, Cloth Nasal CPAP Mask
In a world dominated by bulky, clunky, and rough CPAP masks, SleepWeaver's Elan changes the game. The SleepWeaver nasal mask's cloth cushion virtually eliminates pressure points and vastly reduces your chance of waking up with paniful red marks on your face. This cloth CPAP mask technology comes paired with a new "cushion" design that improves seal, increases your range of vision, and comes with a rotating elbow.
Customized Sleep Apnea Therapy
SleepWeaver doesn't just make a CPAP mask: they provide you with a kit that lets you tailor your own therapy specifically. The starter kit includes three sizes of cushions, a tether strap that can be used with the headgear, and a Feather Weight Tube.
Made of a durable fabric, the Elan's cushion is not only comfortable, but also works to reduce trapped heat and moisture against your skin. The mask will inflate as you breathe, expanding to tighten against your skin as you breathe to ensure a lasting seal throughout the night.
No Forehead Support
Unlike most nasal masks on the market, the Elan has no forehead support. With the headgear being stabilized by straps that wrap around your neck, over and under your ears and not resting against your forehead, you'll be able to have a wider range of vision, as well as be able to sleep comfortably in all positions.
Not Sure about size?
Try starter kit. They come with small, medium, large cushions in the same package so you can be sure to find the one you like.
- Fully Rotating Elbow Swivel
- Quiet Air Diffusion
- Aesthetic Blue Mask
When you put on your mask, make sure that the printed size of the cushion is on the bottom of the mask. When you're wearing it properly, the adjustment tab should also be at the bottom of the mask, near your upper lip.
Circadiance SleepWeaver Elan Soft Cloth Nasal CPAP Mask: Fitting, Cleaning and Maintaining Your Mask
How should I clean my Elan?
We recommend that you use a mild, non-anti-bacterial soap with warm water and a soft cloth.
I'm having problems with leaks:
Make sure that the mask is being tightened properly. The Elan inflates a little differently than most masks, so you'll want to be certain that you're fitting it properly, and that you're using the right sized cushion.