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Anyone use hose hangers
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Can anyone give me some advice and feedback on hose hangers.

Anything to make the hose less intrusive in bed would be useful.

I've seen the 'hozer' and others but can't decide which is the best option.

The hozer looks good and sounds good but seems very expensive, is it worth it

All opinions very welcome

Thanks
D
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(11-23-2014, 09:57 AM)Eurika Wrote: Can anyone give me some advice and feedback on hose hangers.

Anything to make the hose less intrusive in bed would be useful.

I've seen the 'hozer' and others but can't decide which is the best option.

The hozer looks good and sounds good but seems very expensive, is it worth it

All opinions very welcome

Thanks
D

Yes. I use a strip of Velcro around the head of the bead which I thread the hose through.
The Velcro is loose enough that the hose can slide back and forth through it.

Works for me.
Coffee
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#3
Hi Eurika,
Some people make their own hose hangers but, There is one that I use put out by Arden Innovations, you can find it at one of the suppliers on the list here on the board at the top of each page.
trish6hundred
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I just use the removable adhesive strip hooks made by 3M, and just wrap and trim a tie/zip wrap loosely around the hose. This way, I can place the removable hook in the desired spot on the headboard or side table/shelves by the bed, hang the tie/zip wrap which is strapped around the hose on the hook, and provide enough slack on the hose so I can twist and turn while sleeping at, night without getting twisted up in the hose or have the head strap pulled off my head. Works well for me.

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#5
Somebody else posted this link on the site. I tried it; It's nice.

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#6
I have a custom made hose hanger. I got an old wire coat hanger. I straightened it out. Then I shaped it to hold the house and hang from a place on the headboard of the bed. When i moved from full time in my RV to a house I had to modify the custom hose hanger for the new bed.
It was expensive ($0) but has worked now for 4 years.
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(11-23-2014, 11:46 AM)pmyokhin Wrote: I just use the removable adhesive strip hooks made by 3M, and just wrap and trim a tie/zip wrap loosely around the hose. This way, I can place the removable hook in the desired spot on the headboard or side table/shelves by the bed, hang the tie/zip wrap which is strapped around the hose on the hook, and provide enough slack on the hose so I can twist and turn while sleeping at, night without getting twisted up in the hose or have the head strap pulled off my head. Works well for me.

These strips are really nice and cheap. $3 for 2 of them at Amazon.

I have something little sturdier since I am fearful of pulling on the hose in the night due to moving about.

I use a plastic clamp and a cable tie. Total cost ($0.99+$0.10). I put the hose in the cable tie. The cable tie in the clamp. And I attach the clamp to the headboard.

The problem I have with the hose hanger is that it doesn't allow you too much freedom to move (esp. with a 6 ft hose). And that its $$$ just because its a CPAP badged plant hanger Smile
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RDI always below 1. But sleep much much better at straight pressure.
Started on F10, Tried Quattro Air successfully. Finally settled on P10.
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#8
I made mine out of 1/2 inch PVC pipe. I made in sections small enough to fit inside the CPAP bag. I used the velcro cable ties to fasten the hose to it. I got every thing at my local hardware store.
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#9
CozyHoze BOSS Hose Management System
Manufactured by Pur-Sleep.

$23.95
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#10
The Cozy Hoze works great! I attach it with a high tech paper clip to my headboard. The North American Healthcare JB5651 Cpap Hose Holder works very well too. I use it for travel.
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