AirTouch F20 Full Face CPAP Mask
ResMed AirTouch F20 Full Face CPAP Mask
The AirTouch F20 CPAP Mask is an alternative version of the popular AirFit F20 Full Face CPAP Mask. The difference between the 2 masks is the ResMed AirTouch F20 has a memory foam cushion and the AirFit F20 has a silicone cushion. The best part, the cushions are interchangeable with both mask frames.
If you already own an F20 CPAP mask, you can purchase the AirTouch Memory foam cushion to use on your existing mask, and if you have the AirTouch F20 Mask you can use the AirFit cushion on it, one size frame fits all size F20 cushions.
The plush memory foam cushion is designed to conform to the unique contours of each individual face, creating a light, soft, breathable seal that stays in place throughout the night.
The AirTouch and the AirFit F20 CPAP Mask are both compatible with the AirMini AutoSet Travel CPAP Machine.
Copy of RX Required if Applicable: Can't find your prescription? No problem, we have solutions for you! We can contact your physician and obtain a copy on your behalf OR you can choose to itemize the mask to non RX; this just means the headgear is packaged separate and you must attach yourself. Our staff will contact you if this applies.
Special Features and Benefits
- Memory Foam Cushion - The F20 CPAP mask features an UltraSoft Memory Foam Cushion which provides a much better fit and seal than silicone. The foam can be wiped daily but should be replaced every 30 days.
- Headgear - Plush Headgear is specifically designed for extra softness and stability.
- Frame - The Soft and flexible frame sits underneath the eyes and adapts to different facial types, while integrated padding adds softness. The frame is one size, similar to the AirFit F20 and fits all F20 Cushion Sizes.
- Magnetic Clips - The F20 headgear connects to the mask frame using magnetic headgear clips. The magnetic clips lock into place onto the frame making it easy for placing and removal of the mask.
- Diffused venting - Diffused venting evenly disperses air and dampens air flow. You and your bed partner receive the quiet, restful night of sleep you deserve!
- Quick-release elbow - The quick-release elbow makes it simple to disconnect from tubing whenever necessary. No longer feel limited to your bed when you have your CPAP mask on. Reduce the time it takes to find the perfect fit when you connect your mask to fall back asleep!
Important Tip: The AirTouch and AirFit F20 masks use the same frame and headgear, with interchangeable cushions. The UltraSoft memory foam cushion cannot be washed, only wiped daily with an alcohol free mask wipe. Recommended to be replaced every 30 days. Avoid getting the memory foam wet.
Included with this Purchase
- (1) Mask Frame
- (1) Cushion (selected size)
- (1) Pair of Magnetic Clips
- (1) Quick Release Elbow
- (1) Standard Headgear
- Universal CPAP hose
- CPAP mask wipes
Recommended Replacement Schedule
- Complete Mask System: Every 9-12 Months
- Mask Cushion: Every 1-3 Months (longer based on care)
- Mask Headgear: Every 3-6 Months (longer based on care)
- Tube/Hose: Every 3-6 Months (longer based on care)
- Associated Part Numbers: 63001, 63000, 63002
- Condition: New
- Insurance Codes: A7030
- International Shipping: Available
- Latex Free: Yes
- Material Content: Memory Foam Cushion
- Mode of Operation: Full Face CPAP Mask
- RX Required?: Yes, When Applicable for U.S. Residents
- Shipping Weight: 1 lb
- Special User Features: Memory Foam
- US Shipping Cost: Free
Ratings & Reviews
SPENDY trash that works better than the silicone
by Alien by night -
I have tried the silicone mask and the foam. I like the foam better, but the head gear is a bust. Where the quick release for the hose snaps in there are these circular pieces of small round plastic. They break easily and you can inhale them. Yes, I am speaking from experience. Luckily for me, I was able to blow it out. I will keep using this head gear simply because the other one for the silicone version gives me a terrible headache and the seal is terrible. The velcro on the head gear has been downgraded to fail sooner than later. Well, I added my own velcro, problem solved and extended the life. My insurance won't pay for them. So one must do what they can to be thrifty. Next time, I will deconstruct one and make my own.
Foam Face Mask Sucks
by Paul -
I really hate the foam face mask. It doesn’t deal well and I end up with deep marks in my face. Plus, the foam makes it smaller. The mask without the foam is far superior in my opinion.