Philips Respironics Performance CPAP Tubing Hose - 6 ft
Philips Respironics Performance CPAP Tubing Hose - 6FT
This Product DOES NOT Require a Prescription
The Premium Performance Tubing by Philips Respironics is used with any CPAP or BiPAP machine. The tubing is lightweight and flexible while relieving typical tugging, pulling, and the tangling that some users experience with their hose. The tubing has rubber cuffs at each end that will work with any CPAP or Bi-Level machine, Heated Humidifiers and any CPAP Mask.
Respironics Performance Tubing is lighter than standard tubing and many times more flexible, making it the perfect choice for smaller, lightweight masks that have easily disturbed seals.
Corrugated exterior allows for max flexibility. A smooth interior allows for proper cleaning and reducing the chance of soap or water being left in the tube while drying.
Included in this Package
- (1) 6ft Philips Respironics Performance Tubing
- Tube Brush Cleaner
- CPAP Hose Tubing Lift
- Snugglehose Tubing Cover
- SoClean CPAP, Mask and Tubing Sanitizer
Recommended Replacement Schedule
- Tube Hose: Every 1-3 Months (or as needed)
- Foam Filters: Every 1-3 Months (or as needed); wash weekly
- Ultra Fine Filters: Every Month (or as needed)
- Water Chamber: Every 3-6 Months (or as needed); wash daily
|US Shipping Cost:||Free Standard Ground|
Ratings & Reviews
1 review5 out of 5
HUGE DIFFERENCE USING A HOSE MADE FOR MY PHILIPS RESPIRONICS SYSTEM ONE A FLEX
by JL (San Diego, CA) -
I could not believe the HUGE difference using this hose made for me. Before this I had purchased other, one size fits all, hoses. Some were thin and longer and others were short and fat. Even though I had been losing weight and my settings decreased on my machine I did not realize how much impact the hose had on pressure. The thin and long one size fits all hoses made me feel as if I wasn't getting enough air and the fat shorter ones was like being in a wind tunnel even on a low ramp up setting. I seriously have not sleep this good in years. My advice is buy parts specific to your model (OEM if you can get them). It has made a huge difference for me. I use a Philips Respironics System One A Flex machine.