DreamStation Slim Tubing for CPAP & BiPAP Machines
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DreamStation Slim Tubing for CPAP & BiPAP Machines

4.33 Average Rating of 3 Reviews Read Reviews

$19.00
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Description

SMART-FIT CUFF FOR EASY
DreamStation Slim Tubing includes Philips new Smart-Fit Cuff with textured grips making it easy to attach and detach from your sleep therapy device and mask. The smooth bore inner core makes this tubing very quiet and delivers an even therapy flow; the light outer color looks clean and fresh and less medical than traditional gray tubing.

COMPATIBLE WITH ALL SLIM TUBING CAPABLE CPAP MACHINES
It's not just for Philips Respironics CPAP & BiPAP Systems! DreamStation Slim Tubing will work with any machine that has 15 millimeter or "Slim" tubing capabilities and uses standard tubing connections. Be sure to select the appropriate "15MM" or "slim" tubing option on your machine to ensure proper sleep therapy pressure prior to use. For complete instructions review the documentation that came with your equipment.

Product Information

  • Manufacturer Philips Respironics
  • Part Number(s) PR15
  • HCPCS Code A7037
  • GTIN / UPC Code 00694157857305

Physical Specifications

  • Total Length (Aprox) 6 Feet
  • Inner Diameter 15 MM

Reviews

4.33
Average Rating of
Total 3 Reviews
  • Works Great with AirSense 10

    I have an AirSense 10 and didn't want to use the heated tubing all the time. This works great for the summer and when I'm on the road. Nice and light and easy to use.
    Written by Mitch, 2018-06-26
  • Great Tubing

    I really enjoy the versatility of the slim tubing. Direct Home Medical is a pleasure to work with--very speedy, too.
    Written by juliaj3332, 2018-06-05
  • Not as flexible as the heated Dreamstation tubing

    I'm comparing this to the original heated Dreamstation tubing and find that it is less flexible and retains "memory" whereby the original bends and kinks don't come out. I bought it because it is lighter than the original and didn't want to damage the heated tubing in travel, but it is clearly second rate.
    Written by Jon Savell, 2016-11-08
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