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SleepWeaver Advance Soft Cloth Nasal CPAP Mask Pack with Improved Zzzephyr Seal & Headgear

 
  •  $89.00


The SleepWeaver Advance Cloth CPAP & BiPAP Mask is designed around a fabric cushion that inflates naturally with sleep therapy air pressure to create a gentle and secure seal. The SleepWeaver Advance doesn't have a rigid frame or hard buckles so it's great for side and stomach sleepers; and because it is Latex & Silicone Free so it's ideal for allergy sufferers too!

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SOFT FABRIC & SECURE SEAL
The SleepWeaver Advance is constructed entirely of soft cloth so it won't get sticky like traditional nasal cushions; and it has no rigid parts that come into contact with the skin. The breathable SleepWeaver Advance fabric inflates to form a "balloon" of air that pushes gently against the face to form a soft, adaptable cloth seal.

Because cloth is flexible the SleepWeaver Advance's cushion follows the exact shape of each individual face reducing leaks and pinching caused by traditional mask materials. In addition a fine cloth inner lining -- the Zzzephyr Seal -- built into the fabric cushion, shifts gently with you as you move during the night to accommodate changes in sleeping position and facial shape.

SOFT, BREATHABLE HEADGEAR
Because of the inflatable design of the SleepWeaver Advance cushion, most users can wear their SleepWeaver headgear more loosely, reducing pressure sores on the bridge of the nose, forehead and other parts of the face. SleepWeaver Advance's updated headgear is soft, yet durable with fabric that whisks moisture and heat away from the user, enhancing comfort. Highly adjustable side straps mean that one headgear size can adjust to fit a very wide range of heads.

NATURALLY QUIET
The SleepWeaver features a series of holes on the front of the mask for exhalation. The design means that breath escapes through a wider area, minimising noise and preventing the concentrated stream of air that often leads to whistling and whooshing noises in other masks. This also allows the exhaled air to disperse more naturally, making exhalation feel more comfortable. Fabric also naturally absorbs sound, rather than the plastic traditionally used which is more likely to create it.

ALLERGY FREE
The soft, breathable, cloth SleepWeaver will leave you hardly aware that you're wearing any CPAP device at all. With natural cloth materials and NO SILICONE OR LATEX, your nostrils will be free, your forehead won't be dented, and you'll be wrinkle-free in the morning.

MACHINES WASHABLE HONESTLY!
The SleepWeaver Advance mask and headgear can be washed in a washing machine with your regular laundry using your usual detergent. Use a gentle cycle with cold or warm water. Never use hot water or a tumble dryer, as this may cause the mask to shrink and disfigure. The SleepWeaver mask will usually hang dry in 1-2 hours. The SleepWeaver can also be hand washed with a mild, non-abrasive hand soap.


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PRODUCT INFORMATION
Manufacturer Circadiance
In The Package SleepWeaver Advance Cloth Nasal CPAP Mask with updated Zzzephyr Seal and Headgear.
Part Number(s) 100274 (Blue), 100277 (Pink), 100332 (Beige), 100281 (Camouflage), 100285 (Leopard)
HCPCS Insurance Code A7034 A7035
Manufacturer's Warranty 90 Days
Typical Country of Origin Mexico

PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Materials Silicone Free, Not Made with Natural Rubber Latex


SleepWeaver Advance Soft Cloth Nasal CPAP Mask Pack with Improved Zzzephyr Seal & Headgear
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CUSTOMER REVIEWS
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5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
Soft and comfortable!!!
3.23.2014

I will continue to use it. Reviewed by: Chik MK ,

2 out of 52 out of 52 out of 52 out of 52 out of 5
comfy for a minute
3.11.2014

I really wanted to like this mask, but the design isn't there yet. Setup and putting it on is easy, and for about a minute it's the most comfortable on my face of any mask -- then I move a millimeter, and the trouble begins! Leaks at random spots around its perimeter. Go through the drill of pulling down, resetting, adjusting straps, adjusting hose: nothing works for long. I've yet to be able to sleep more than an hour with this thing, then have to switch to less comfortable but reliable Swift mask. Sigh. Good concept, but execution is crucial. Reviewed by: Plano Sleeper, Plano TX

4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5
Replacement Mask
3.4.2014

I am very pleased with the fit and comfort of this mask. I will never go back to big, bulky CPAP masks. Reviewed by: Kelley, Oklahoma

3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5
wind in my eyes
11.23.2013

The product itself is a goid concept but not complete. Does not seal over bridge of the nose so prepare for dry and uncomfortable eyes. Nose raw where it should cushion instead. Who knew a soft product with so much promise could be rub so many places the wrong way. Reviewed by: Disappointed, Southern California

5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
Finally found it, one that works for me!
10.20.2013

Thanks to Direct Home Medical, I finally found what works for me! It's light, comfortable and effective! I was so determined to succeed with CPAP but couldn't tolerate the large, heavy, confining masks commonly used. This one was amazing. I also tried and love the Swift FX for Women and use both equally well. Tip - consider buying the hose clips that are available on this site. If you clip the hose to your shirt, the hose moves with you while you sleep. This was the best accessory purchase I've made - you won't need to reposition the hose during the night if it pulls your mask away while sleeping. So inexpensive, but "priceless" for CPAP users! Thank you! Reviewed by: NoMoreSleeplessNights!, FL

5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
Sleepweaver
9.27.2013

Love this mask! wouldn't be using the APAP if I hadn't tried it. Seal is sometimes hard to get (figured it was my goatee) but if you work with it a bit it will seal. Reviewed by: Mike, Baton Rouge

3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5
Cant get a good seal
9.26.2013

This is a very comfortable mask. I was not able to get an adequate seal that last during sleeping hours due I assume to my facial contours and sleep movements Reviewed by: Neal, Tampa

5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
SleepWeaver Advance vs. Elan vs. Wisp
9.23.2013

I was prescribed a ResMed Swift FX For Her and tried to use it for over a year. This is a “nasal pillows” mask. I HATED it. It blew air into my eyes very forcefully. I have a long pointy nose, so I tried all the sizes, the XS fit the best, evidently because my nostrils are like slits. So the pillows would pop out on the sides. If I managed to get them to stay in, they would cut me, and the air flow dried out my nostrils so badly that I had nose bleeds , and I got small, very painful slits cut into my nostrils where they point towards the tip of the nose. It was so bad, I mostly stopped using it at all. When I did use it, I could only tolerate it for several hours, and when I look at my CPAP machine statistics (I use the “Sleepyhead” freebie shareware to monitor my own statistics, it’s great!), it shows I was only getting about 3 to 3.5 hours of sleep a night, with MANY disturbances. My docs were not terribly helpful about helping me try other alternative masks, basically saying that what I had already was “the best”. When I went to the eye doctor for new glasses, I knew I had dry eyes (always a problem, since as a computer programmer, I stare at a screen all day). But she scared me, telling me that my corneas were dangerously dry and that I could develop ulcers in my eyes; that I should start applying a gluey ointment to my eyes several times a day, and a thicker version at night, to protect them. --- A friend who was commiserating with me about the CPAP problem had tried the Circadiance SleepWeaver Advance Soft Cloth Nasal Mask a few years back. It didn’t work for him, but he has a full beard, so he had a hard time getting it to seal on his face. He gave it to me, and I tried it. Even though it was an older model of this mask, and had an older style headgear, it was a phenomenal improvement over the Swift FX. The first night using it, I slept 7.5 hours, and didn’t wake up to use the restroom or anything else. For someone who would usually spend hours awake and trying to get back to sleep, it was a little piece of heaven. --- That inspired me, once I knew that my issues were solvable. I ordered several different masks from Direct Home Medical, to try and compare them (my insurance will only cover one of them, but I didn’t care, I just wanted some good sleep.) I got the newer, updated version of the Circadiance SleepWeaver “Advance”, plus their newer model called “Elan”. And I read on the internet that folks were raving about the Wisp, which looked like it must be similar, so I bought one of those as well. I have now been using all of them in rotation for about a month, making notes in my Sleepyhead software so that I can compare my anecdotal feelings with my statistics. --- For me, any one of these three masks is a tremendous improvement over the ResMed Swift FX. There may be some people who like the nasal pillows, and arguably, this is a mask that occupies less facial real estate, and is less intrusive. I am a mouth breather generally, even when I’m awake, so I was surprised that any kind of pure nasal mask worked for me at all, but with the right one, amazingly, this does not seem to be an issue. --- I liked the SleepWeaver Advance, the first cloth one I tried. The newer headgear is better than the old model my friend gave me. I like the SleepWeaver Elan even better. The Advance has an elastic piece that pulls the mask up towards the forehead. It’s thin and not terribly intrusive (I can wear my glasses over it). It provides a slightly tighter seal for the mask than the Elan. Both of them are made of lightweight fabric like that used for windbreakers. When you put them on, it is so lightweight that it’s sometimes a bit difficult to get on, since the connecting hose is heavier than the mask, and with almost no weight at all in the mask, it spins a little and is a bit awkward. The Elan does not have the forehead piece, it just wraps from the nose to the back of the head. I think the fit is slightly looser than the Advance, but it has not been a problem for me, and I like less intrusiveness not having the nose to forehead connector. Both SleepWeaver masks may slip a little; I find that if I move from back to side sleeping, I may have to adjust them a bit, but I can scratch my nose or whatever, without major hassle. Both of them give me minor seepage of leaking air, but nothing like the helicopter air blasts to the eye that I experienced with the Swift FX. Both of them are comfortable in my book, and I would be happy with either one, but I do find myself a bit regretful on the nights that I am NOT testing the Elan, and instead using something else. --- I also tested the Philips Respironics Wisp (silicone headgear, not fabric). Again, this was many times better than the ResMed Swift FX for me. However, when I wear it, I find myself conscious of the fact that I have a mask on all night. It is stiff enough on my face that I cannot forget that it is there, and I sometimes have the feeling that someone is trying to suffocate me, and I want to rip it off. (I have had about 10 endoscopies, where they put tubes down your throat to check the GI tract, so I’m likely hyper sensitive to this, but the sensation that someone is trying to smother you is NOT conducive to sleep.) That said, for people who want a stiffer mask or more structure, this might be an advantage. If I hadn’t tried the SleepWeaver masks, I would likely be a big fan of the Wisp. The only thing that I really like and see as an advantage of the Wisp over the SleepWeavers, is that the narrow connecting tube close to the nose can only detach at the end on the SleepWeavers, so if you get up in the middle of the night and don’t take the mask off completely, you walk around like an elephant. The Wisp has a small, clippy gizmo that detaches the hose close to the tip of your nose, and a less prominent angle to the nose connector, less < and more ( shaped. So when you are walking around in the middle of the night, and waiting for your pooch to pee and stop smelling the flowers, you can look a little more glamorous and breathe a little more directly. Now that I’m using these masks, though, I don’t wake up myself as often. And I was amused that the Circadiance folks sell their masks in basic blue, ace bandage pink, girly pink, camouflage, and leopard. So they get my vote for having a sense of humor about this. Who’s going to seduce anyone wearing any of these masks? But I declined to buy the camo myself, as a gal with a lot of freckles, I figure that leopard is better camouflage for me. So I got some leopard fabric and I’m going to make myself some ears to attach and match my mask. --- I’ve checked my stats. Since I first started using these masks, I have now gone from an average of 3.5 to about 6.5 hours of solid sleep per night, with a lot fewer “events”. The stats on both SleepWeaver masks are marginally better than the Wisp, but not enough to really account for variations from night to night, so my sense of well-being about those masks is possibly more anecdotal than scientific, but I would highly recommend them. They are coming out soon with another new mask called “SleepWeaver Anew” designed for mouth breathers. As a mouth breather, I’m curious about it, but I think I am happy with what I’ve got, and I think the less intrusive mask, the better. I also know that ResMed has just come out with a new mask that’s similar to the nose pillows one I hated, call the Swift FX Nano. I think it is a nasal mask rather than a nasal pillow mask, and it looks like it might be good, too. But I’m pretty happy with the Sleepweaver Elan, and I don’t see myself experimenting with anything else for a while. Reviewed by: lli, Seattle

2 out of 52 out of 52 out of 52 out of 52 out of 5
doesn't work for me
9.18.2013

I have adjusted and adjusted and cannot get the thing to seal. Reviewed by: Bert K, Collins, MS

5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
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8.9.2013

I love this mask. The lady that said it doesn't have a good seal may need a smaller one. I don't have that problem. The company has been great to deal with. I order and get it right away. Reviewed by: Barbara, Henderson , NV

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