ApneaPAP Nasal Pillows 'No Mask' Setup Pack
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Be careful before you buy
Written By: Jerry, Georgia 10/24/2015
I purchased 2 items on my order, one was excellent and the other was a total joke/rip off. The mask was a total piece of junk. The mouth piece was made for about a 12 year old kid. Half of it would only cover the inside half of my teeth. I tried to make it fit, but it would not. I tried to use it when I took a nap, just to weak up with severe jaw pain.
Best CPAP mask EVER!
Written By: Danny, Chattanooga, TN 9/20/2015
Been using this mask for many months now, I'm very pleased. It is by far the best I've tried in the 9 yrs I've been on CPAP. AND Direct Home Medical is by far the best supplier I've dealt with as well.
One Giant Step . . . . . Backwards
Written By: George VW, Los Angeles, CA 5/7/2015
I've used a CPAP for several years now. During that time, I tried full mouth and nose masks, nasal only masks, 3 different nasal pillows masks, and some thing that was almost all fabric and supposed to not leak. Of all the masks, the only one worth using was the No-Mask from CPAP-Pro. I only had a couple of complaints about it. I wanted a mouthpiece with both upper and lower bite grip so that I wouldn't have to wear a chin strap. I wanted them to replace their flimsy corrugated tubes with something a little more durable, and I wanted them to replace the foam diffusers with something that doesn't hiss all night.
Along comes the ApneaPap. It has upper and lower bite. The flimsy clear corrugated tubing is replaces with blue tubing, and it still has the foam diffusers. 2 out of 3 ain't bad, right? WRONG!
The new boil and bite is actually 2 pieces attached by a screw. This is allegedly so that you can adjust the lower jaw to a forward position moving the tongue forward. Does it work? Absolutely not!!! The screw comes loose every 3 nights. The new material they used in the boil and bite doesn't retain its shape, so you need to re-boil and bite about once a week. Moving the lower jaw even one notch forward causes me to wake up with a terrible ache in the jaw. Because it's not one solid piece, there is a gap between the upper and lower pieces which serves as a noisy irritating air leak. This new mouth piece is an absolute piece of garbage in my opinion.
On to the new blue tubes. The tubes on the old No-Mask were clear and very flimsy. They tended to need to be replaced once a month because they split about that often, and they are NOT cheap. The new model has blue tubes which look almost identical. The only difference I can see so far is that they fall apart after about 2 weeks instead of a month. Adding blue dye to the cheap plastic seems to result in a weaker product and more profit for the manufacturer.
Come on Stevenson Industries. You can do better than this piece of junk. New and improved is not supposed to mean falls apart faster and is more of a pain to use.
Go back to the original CPAP Pro No-Mask design and fix the quality issues with the tubes. Quit trying to shove this 2-piece Jaw-Forward mouthpiece down our throats and make a one-piece upper and lower unit. And for Pete's sake, replace those foam diffuser rings with something that doesn't hiss!
CPAP Pro Only Better
Written By: Les B, LVNV 4/13/2015
I've been a long time CPAP Pro user but in recent years I've had problems with mouth leak and apnea events. When I went to buy the CPAP Pro recently I found this and it's been a great help. It's my good old mask but with a new improved recipe!
double boil n'bite
Written By: Betty, Thousand Oaks 4/11/2015
I have gone through many CPAP products and this one seems to work for my grinding my teeth, sleep apnea and move ability. Only problem I did not receive information how to clean between the two.
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