Headgear for Wisp Nasal CPAP Masks

Philips Respironics Headgear for Wisp Nasal CPAP Masks

4.67 Average Rating of 3 Reviews Read Reviews

$37.00 On Sale $36.99


USAGE: Standard headgear is provided with all Wisp CPAP & BiPAP Mask packages. Large headgear is available as an optional item for patients with larger heads; and Reduced Size headgear is available as an optional item for children or adults with smaller heads. Any headgear size can be used with any Wisp mask. Headgear clips are NOT included with this package.

SIZING: If your hat size is 7.25 or smaller or your shirt collar size 17 inches or smaller you will most likely prefer the Standard or Reduced Size Wisp Headgear. If your hat size is greater than 7.25 or your shirt collar size is greater than 17 inches then you will most likely prefer the Large Wisp Headgear.

Product Information

  • Manufacturer Philips Respironics
  • Part Number(s) 1094082 (Standard), 1094078 (Large), 1109307 (ReducedSize)
  • HCPCS Code A7035
  • GTIN / UPC Code 00606959407374, 00606959407367, 00606959407381
  • Warranty 30 Days
    Warranty Notes: Warranty applies to primary item. Accessory and parts warranties may vary. Review manufacturer's documentation for full details.
  • Country China (Typical Origin)


  • Wisp Nasal Masks Not Compatible With DreamWisp Nasal Masks

Physical Specifications

  • Available Color(s) Gray
  • Available Size(s) Standard, Large, Reduced Size
  • Materials Not Made with Natural Rubber Latex


Average Rating of
Total 3 Reviews
  • Exactly what I needed

    This is exactly what I needed. The product fits well and was easy to adjust to fit.
    Written by Dee K, 2015-02-25
  • Wisp headgear

    This is just what I wanted for a reasonable price too.
    Written by C. Babcock, 2013-07-09
  • New CPAP User

    The 'cloth' frame did not last beyond three weeks. I replaced it with the silicone frame. The silicone frame connection for the clips is rigid and much sturdier for greater life. The frame apparently constructed of a silicone product also aids in the frame from slipping during different sleep positions. The one negative aspect of silicone is that it does not breathe as cloth does against the skin. The cloth frame would be OK if the connections for the clips would be reinforced or rigid.
    Written by MBM, 2013-05-01