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AirFit P10 Mask- My Experience
#1
I used one daily. I had noticed the strap was a bit slack, but never worried about it. I got a new one yesterday and my numbers went way down. To zero this afternoon over a 2.5 hour nap, and .49 last night and that was CA's only. With the old mask I was getting 2 to 4.7.

I would like to find a way to tighten the strap when it gets loose.
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#2
player,
When it gets loose, soak it in hot water...you don't even need to wash it, just use hot water.
Hang to air dry.
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I wash mine so far twice a week and hang to dry. Seems to make a difference and tighten up a bit.
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#4
Thanks!
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#5
I am the opposite. The mask is a bit too tight. I was reminded of this when I finally had to wAsh the straps. Even warm water tightens it up and I'll be having problems for a week. Sigh.
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(10-16-2015, 09:26 AM)Mosquitobait Wrote: I am the opposite. The mask is a bit too tight. I was reminded of this when I finally had to wAsh the straps. Even warm water tightens it up and I'll be having problems for a week. Sigh.


Someone here (dont remember) stated that the P10 for him straps were a bit longer than the for her straps. I have no idea if that is correct. Thinking-about
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#7
Logic would dictate this thought. Why else a him or her?

My daughter is a her, I will check hers and compare it to mine and report back!! I'm pretty certain she uses a P-10.

(10-16-2015, 09:34 AM)OpalRose Wrote: Someone here (dont remember) stated that the P10 for him straps were a bit longer than the for her straps. I have no idea if that is correct. Thinking-about

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#8
Ding! Ding! Ding!

Opal Rose wins the prize. The "her" head strap is about an inch shorter, the rest of the rig appears identical!
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(10-16-2015, 06:44 PM)ginzo Wrote: Ding! Ding! Ding!

Opal Rose wins the prize. The "her" head strap is about an inch shorter, the rest of the rig appears identical!

Also, the for her includes the extra small pillow, and the for him doesn't. Thinking-about
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#10
I remember storywizard posted a pic of it.

http://www.apneaboard.com/forums/Thread-...#pid128896


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