Distilled water for CPAP

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#21
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Originally posted by cruiserjanet
The outlet behind the bed is such a pain to get to and it’s so dirty back there. My husband is getting a travel CPAP so he won’t have to deal with cords or distilled water anymore. It’s not cheap but it’s a lot smaller and will be worth it in the long run.
What brand did he go with?
#22
108 Posts
Joined Jul 2014
Originally posted by cruiserjanet
The outlet behind the bed is such a pain to get to and it’s so dirty back there. My husband is getting a travel CPAP so he won’t have to deal with cords or distilled water anymore. It’s not cheap but it’s a lot smaller and will be worth it in the long run.


Which /brand did he end up going with?
#24
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Joined Apr 2006
Originally posted by 1island2go
Where did he find the travel size?


It’s a Resmed Air Mini. His sleep doctor actually recommended it. Like I said, it’s not cheap nor will insurance cover it. But no more humidifier and no more lugging around a big machine. He hasn’t received it yet.
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