Breeze SleepGear Nasal Pillows CPAP Mask Pack with Headgear
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Written By: Wade, Stanwood 7/2/2016
works great! as it should.
Written By: Maggie, Wisconsin 5/9/2016
I have used the Breeze for many years and would highly recommend it. I sleep on my side so there is nothing between me and my pillow. No strap marks, no messed up hair and no dripping condensation some reviewers mentioned. I pop the pillows out each morning and wash them with soap and water, replace them at bedtime. Straps are adjustable. How much easier can it be?
Breeze Head gear
Written By: Diane, Detroit, Michigan 3/25/2016
I am pleased with my new headgear. This is the head gear that I used after my sleep study, then was told it was out of manufacture, and was given the golife for her. I never was happy with that, as it left sleep indents on my cheeks when I got up. Since I have no insurance because the city of Detroit eliminated all insurance for Widows and retires, I was going through the different web sites and found the Breeze. I am very pleased.
sadly made equipment
Written By: james H, Breese Illinois 2/25/2016
have had this sleep gear for years, while I love the gear I hATE THE CRAFTSMENSHIP ! I have gone thru 4 masks in 1 years time because of the pillow pad breaks off the mask harness and cannot be fixed.
Not Comfortable at All
Written By: Linda, Waxhaw, NC 12/12/2015
I only wore this sleepgear for a short time and woke up with a headache. If they could actually make it comfortable it would be a great mask. Otherwise I will NOT purchase it again and it will probably sit in my closet and not be used!
Fourteen years experience
Written By: Elkhounder, Buckhead 10/3/2015
I have used the Breeze Nasal Pillow system since I started on CPAP in 2001. I have tried other systems, but I'm always back to Breeze within a week. I'm a side-sleeper, usually rolling once or twice a night, and when the mask shifts, I can usually get a comfortable seal by shifting my head slightly. As for rain-out, I keep my Remstar Plus machine on a tray beside my bed, with the hose looped below the bed level. Moisture collects in the hose, but I usually just lift the hose and drain the moisture back into the reservoir, barely aware of the interruption. More positive clips for the straps would be welcome, as would an improved design for the nasal shell adjuster, but the Breeze is by far the most comfortable headgear I have ever tried.
Written By: D, Denver 9/30/2015
This is one of the best I have found. I've been using it for years. Still not perfect though.
Drowning from condensed humidification
Written By: Hank, Houston, TX 3/21/2015
I have a Swift FX that has served me well and works just fine with the humidifier on my RESmed Pro. When I use the Breeze Sleepgear I wake up choking after about 4 hours when all of sudden there is a gush of collected water sucked up my nose, and when I yank the mask off water drains from it onto the bed. Sleep is over for the night. The tubing used in the Breeze Sleepgear has windings that interrupt the smooth flow of air much more than the Swift FX causing the moisture to condense. It's not that the room is too cold, I sleep in a room warmer than most people like. It is a combination of the rippled surface in the hose and the extra bends that the feed hose makes getting over the top of my head. Be warned. NOT PLEASE AT ALL .. though it is reasonably comfortable once you get it adjusted.
Most comforatable CPAP
Written By: BLD, Seattle 2/25/2015
I've tried several different CPAP headgears and have been unhappy with their fit and the air leakage allowed by poor fit. I have ot encountered these problems with the Breeze. It is very comfortable and absolutely no leakage. It's a keeper.
Long term user of Breeze
Written By: John, Crystal Springs MS 1/11/2015
The Breeze head gear with pillows has been my choice for nearly 10 years. The others with several straps were more like instruments of torture. My chief problem has been to navigate the hostile climate of Medicare providers who must despise the Breeze. Some have even declared that the Breeze is no longer available as did my newest provider about two days ago. He went on to say I need to prepare myself to change to another mask. I routinely get 8 - 9 hours per night and my pulmonologist says I could be the poster boy for proper CPAP usage.
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