I couldn't afford a sleep study test at the sleep centre so I decided to go with this option. It took some time to get to me but after I took the test I received my results and had my doctor set me up for a cpap machine. Now my sleep is better and I wake up with more energy thanks to this more affordable option. I would tell anybody to use this if you can't afford the standard sleep test.
I used to think all tubing were the same and there was no difference but let me tell you that there is a huge difference. The flexibility of this tube and how lightweight it is makes it a no brainer. Don't settle for the universal standard tubing for a couple dollars less like I used to because you'll get a heavier tube that won't budge. The nice thing is this fits my machine.
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.
Finally a good mask from Philips that rivals the Wisp. German Shepherd decided he wanted to know what CPAP mask taste like or it looked like his toy so of course he broke it into pieces even Mcgyver himself couldn't piece back together. (dog was in for a treat) I decided to give this mask a try and it was worth every penny. Associate recommended it to me and it was a wise choice as it sits comfortably on my face. Cushion fits like the wisp so if you don't know your size this will help and they also have the fitpack.