Nasal-Aire II "Cannula Style" Nasal Prong CPAP Mask Pack with Headgear
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Best CPAP mask
Written By: Paula, Eastern NC 12/2/2016
I've used other nasal masks, but this is the one I've used for over 10 years. I sleep on my side and this works well for both back and side sleepers. the different size nasal prongs helps to find the right size for you (the first time you buy), then you know which size to order next time. I highly recommend this and hope they don't stop making/selling it.
Good if you have a stuffy nose.
Written By: Mary, Portland 11/19/2016
It was head and shoulders about any other nasal mask when it first came out. I used it for years. Then I tried the P10and I love that one, mostly. Now this one feels heavy and cumbersome and the tubes keep me from side sleeping. What it does do better than the P10 is keep my nose un-stuffed. The prongs that sit inside the nostril seem to deliver the air better. I bought this one to use when I have a cold or allergies that cause my nose to be stuffy.
My favorite headgear!
Written By: Sleepy Sue, Texas 4/2/2016
This headgeAr manufacture because it does not mess up my hair!
Fit is not as expected
Written By: June S, Massachusetts 3/22/2016
Did not like the fit of the pillow or the head piece
Written By: Wayne, Tampa 1/29/2016
I was very hopeful that the nasal style would work better for me, but it doesn't. Cant get it to stay on unless I sleep on my back.
Written By: Deb, Missouri 1/7/2016
This is the only mask I have used during the 14 years I've used a CPAP. I'm really hoping they don't stop making them. I don't wear any head gear at all, just the tube and a small strip of velcro across the back to hold it on.
Wasteful in part and my last two had problems with the plastic connections
Written By: Lucy C , Pittsburgh 9/14/2015
The packaging of 6 different size Nasal prong sizes is wasteful and expensive. As for the connection I had 2 that kept popping apart while I was sleeping. It was past the warranty. My loss. I have been told that this mask delivery method is old and I suspect it may have suffered from drying in the connection.
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.