Wisp CPAP Headgear Replacement by Philips Respironics

3 Reviews
SKU: Wisp Nasal Mask Replacement Headgear Strap by PR
MPN: 1094078
Manufacturer: Philips Respironics

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Available: 28

Wisp Headgear Strap by Philips Respironics

This Product DOES NOT Require a Prescription

Product Description

The Wisp headgear offers four adjustable straps that converge into a single back panel. It also has a crown strap to provide extra support while sleeping. Receive the perfect combination of performance and comfort with this lightweight headgear strap. Please note, this replacement headgear is only compatible with the Respironics Wisp Nasal Mask and will not work with any other CPAP Masks.

Easily adjust your mask headgear with the magnetic headgear clips that snap securely into the mask frame. Simplify the process of removing your mask in the middle of the night! Take advantage of the self adjusting top strap of the Wisp headgear which can be used to stabilize your CPAP hose.

Included with this Purchase

  • (1) Wisp Replacement Headgear (in selected size)

Optional Accessories

Recommended Replacement Schedule

  • Cushion: Every 1-3 Months (or as needed)
  • Headgear: Every 3-6 Months (or as needed)
  • Complete Mask: Every 9-12 Months (or as needed)
  • Tube Hose: Every 1-3 Months (or as needed)
Associated Part Numbers: 1094082, 1094078
Condition: New
Insurance Codes: A7035
RX Required?: No
US Shipping Cost: Free

Available Downloads for the Wisp Nasal Mask

  • Wisp Nasal Mask Brochure
  • Wisp Nasal Manual
  • Ratings & Reviews

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    9/24/2019 8:33 am

    It is My Go to

    by Lori -

    I have used this for about a year and a half, love it, I saw reviews where it did not hold up but mine is just wearing out now. Very comfortable and Quality is wonderful

    5/22/2013 4:24:19 pm

    Headgear is flimsy - broke in weeks

    by Sean Moran (United States) -

    I love the Wisp, but the headgear is very flimsy. The left connector hole got very stretched out very quickly, and now lo longer holds the connector button. I'm a left side sleeper, so I assume that is why. Going to order a silicon version to see how that goes.