Nasal-Aire II "Cannula Style" Nasal Prong CPAP Mask Pack with Headgear
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Best alternative to face masks.
Written By: Tamye, Idaho 8/6/2015
I can't wear the traditional face masks but found the Nasal-Aire CPAP nasal cannula the best alternative. The soft nose piece seals the nostrils completely and the tubing is soft and flexible. I use only one strap around the back to hold the two tubes in place and I'm good to go every night. I'm a side sleeper and have not had any problems with the Nasal-Aire coming off during the night. The only suggestion I would have would be to make the tubing of the cannula longer and available as a separate replacement piece. The Nasal-Aire nasal cannula seems to be a bit on the big side so be aware of that when you choose a size.
Headgear and tubing
Written By: Stan T, Branson, MO 7/12/2015
I have used the mask and had a hard time with it. Though would try this nasal cannula. First of all the headgear is a disaster for a side sleeper. The pressure points make it almost impossible to sleep without feeling like your head and ears are in contact with a golf ball. They make it worse by needing to be a strap engineer to put it together which you do after each use. The noise is twice as loud as other mask I have used over the years. That alone keeps one from sleeping well. The hose is another story. it is to large and stiff. Where the head touches the pillow again as with the headgear you feel every pressure point. I started out with it for several days and within an hour, went back to my old mask. Might be a good item if they would get it together and do a headgear and tubing system that doesn't make your head feel like it is laying on golf or bowling balls at pressure points.
nasal aire tubing
Written By: SonC, Natchitoches, LA 3/20/2015
Been using this for several years. Best way I've found to use cpap.
Nasal aire II
Written By: F.D., Boston 3/4/2015
I'm reading these reviews and I can't believe they are talking about the same product. I've used Nasal aire II off and on for 6 or 6 years and I always go back to it. It has the best feel for all night sleep of all the masks I've tried. after 3 or 4 hours I usually give up on pillows or small masks because my average pressure for 90% of the night is 18. I just fasten it behind my head. This is a great mask.
Written By: Charles N, Huntsville AL 2/8/2015
I like the cannula part of the mask. I do not like masks that come across the bridge of my nose and I have had a hard time getting a pillow type mask to get a good seal and deliver air. The nasal aire II has two main issues. The tubing is too bulky and too stiff. Also the vent ports need diffusers on them. The headgear needs a way of attaching directly to the cannula part. I hope development continues on this style mask.
My wife was terrified with this on
Written By: Marc, No CA 2/3/2015
Hard to get cannula to rest comfortably as well.
Written By: Suzanne S, Florida 11/7/2014
I found the nasal aire to be very comfortable to wear. However, there is absolutely no diffusion for the air. My husband would never get his sleep because of this product. I'm very surprised that this mask would be popular at all. I will be returning the mask the first chance I get.
Written By: Suzanne, St. Augustine, FL 10/4/2014
I thought a mask resembling a nasal cannula would be terrific but it was probably one of the worst mask I've purchased so far. I tried it for 3 nights, pulling it off each night after only a few hours. The major problem is how loud it is (air released from the tube). The tubing is also just too large to try and mimic a nasal cannula.
Oversized cumbersome very hard to put on or wear
Written By: Ann C, Upstate NY 9/17/2014
Very disappointed the hoses are HUGE not like you would expect or as they appear. Prongs are uncomfortable and the headgear is a joke.
Difficult to put on
Written By: C. London , Virginia 9/13/2014
While the tubing is soft and does not leave marks on my face as my other mask does, one needs ears the size of Dumbo to wear them alone without head strap. Since my ears are on the petite side, I must wear the head strap which makes it very difficult to put on and remove.