Carrying Case for DreamStation Series CPAP & BiPAP Machines
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Carrying Case for DreamStation Series CPAP & BiPAP Machines

2.00 Average Rating of 1 Reviews Read Reviews

$39.95
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Description

The DreamStation Travel Bag is designed for the user on the go with plenty of space for the DreamStation CPAP with or without humidifier, as well as a mask, tubing, power supply and other accessories. An internal mesh pocket is convenient for storage of paperwork and manuals.

The travel bag's adjustable shoulder strap can be shortened so that it works as a handle or lengthened into a comfortable shoulder strap. There is also a backstrap on the case to make it easy for sliding over the extended handles of other luggage items.

Product Information

  • Manufacturer Philips Respironics
  • Part Number(s) 1121162
  • HCPCS Code E1399
  • GTIN / UPC Code 00606959412040
  • Warranty 30 Days
    Warranty Notes: Warranty applies to primary item. Accessory and parts warranties may vary. Review manufacturer's documentation for full details.
  • Country of Origin Cambodia (Typical)

Compatibility

  • All DreamStation CPAP & BiPAP Machines (DreamStation, DreamStation Pro, DreamStation Auto, etc.)

Physical Specifications

  • Available Color(s) Dark Gray
  • Size (Approx) 15.5 x 9.0 x 6.0 Inches
  • Materials Not Made with Natural Rubber Latex

Reviews

2.00
Average Rating of
Total 1 Reviews
  • Bulky basic design

    Case is bulky without supportive structure. Does not pack parts well like the cases for Resmed users. Squashes headgear even with small nasal mask. No additional zippered pockets. No other well constructed case available if you want to travel with humidifier. Want a hard sided travel case with specific areas for each item (humidifier to remain attached or a separate hard sided bag that can be zipped or clipped to the main bag) and separate zippered netted areas for the hose, mask/headgear and zippered pocket on the outside for prescription (which should be carried in case you need to buy accessories should your equipment fault or be damaged in another country) and travel documents. If you are going to have to carry a bag it might as well be useful for that as well.
    Written by Breathless, 2018-04-07
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