Carry Bag for Inogen One G3 Portable Oxygen Concentrators
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Carry Bag for Inogen One G3 Portable Oxygen Concentrators

3.67 Average Rating of 6 Reviews Read Reviews

$48.00
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Description

The Inogen One G3 can be operated using battery power during transport with the Carry Bag and a convenient zip-flap on the base of the bag makes it easy to change batteries without removing the concentrator from the bag! Special mesh panels on the exterior of the bag ensure that your InogenOne G3 gets proper ventilation and the concentrator's outlet port remains completely uncovered to ensure that cannulas can be safely and securely attached to the unit at all times.

Product Information

  • Manufacturer Inogen
  • Part Number(s) CA-300
  • HCPCS Code E1399
  • GTIN / UPC Code

Reviews

3.67
Average Rating of
Total 6 Reviews
    very well made and fast delivery
    Written by jeepalley, 2018-02-23
  • Easier than using the backpack version..

    I have a backpack version of this and it is not as handy.. My wife is small and frail. Swinging the backpack with this much weight would surely throw her off balance and lead to a fall.. Ever tried riding in a car with a backpack on ? We have two units and have this bag on both..
    Written by Twitchl, 2017-07-25
  • Something missing?

    The only problem with this case is that the bottom edges get worn. They need to put a sturdier bottom on the case. Also, it seems a little expensive.
    Written by Celeste, 2017-05-30
  • Inogen One G3

    Very cheaply made and difficult to zip. Should have outside pocket or better place to hold tube without crimping. For what this machine costs, case should be made of better quality
    Written by D Rollins, 2016-12-12
  • Kind of Cheaply Made

    Cheaply made, not cheaply priced. Zipper pulls broke the first time I used them. I wouldn't have kept them but the new style from Inogen looks even cheaper.
    Written by Kevin, 2016-10-05
  • Needs to be backpack style

    If you are a small lady, it hurts your shoulders to carry that much weight. A back pack strap would work great. Everything else is great.
    Written by Bonnie , 2014-08-01
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