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Back on cpap after some months off. Vauto at Post #71
#51
RE: Back on cpap after some months off
Ordered from Supplier #2 gently used! Though the doc put airsense 10 s bilevel on the script. Had to call and make sure that wouldn't cause a problem.
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#52
RE: Back on cpap after some months off
10 s is the manual.non-automatic basic BiLevel, To be clear, you are getting a ResMed VAuto correct?
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#53
RE: Back on cpap after some months off
This is how it was listed on supplier # 2 S10 AirCurve VPAP Auto (VAuto) w/ Heated Humidifier that's. That's what I purchased and made clear to doc that's what I wanted he said sure. I think he just got airsense and curve mixed up.
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#54
RE: Back on cpap after some months off
If you want to get something really economical, there is an Aircurve 10 Vauto for sale in the Columbus Craigslist and located in Delaware, Ohio just north of Columbus, OH. The asking price is $385 and it has 10,631 hours. This is more hours than Supplier #2 will resell, but still a very serviceable machine with a good 20-30K hours left in it.
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#55
RE: Back on cpap after some months off
(05-14-2020, 10:26 AM)Sleeprider Wrote: If you want to get something really economical, there is an Aircurve 10 Vauto for sale in the Columbus Craigslist and located in Delaware, Ohio just north of Columbus, OH.  The asking price is $385 and it has 10,631 hours.  This is more hours than Supplier #2 will resell, but still a very serviceable machine with a good 20-30K hours left in it.

I appreciate the help I think I'll go with Supplier #2 for now just since it does come with some support and don't really want to travel during this pandemic. This board is the best I can't wait to post my results once I get it.
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#56
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Just did a chat with the owner of Supplier #2 and made sure it was for the Aircurve 10 Vauto says he's going to put in the settings doc wanted and get it shipped out Big Grin
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What is really nice is that there is always a responsive person on the other end of the line. Supplier #2 has never disappointed. Let's make sure we review those settings before you start.
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#58
RE: Back on cpap after some months off
My airfit f30 came today I tried it on during my lunch & I have to say I have very good feelings about this mask. Much like the Amara view but a bit more sturdy and the nose part is no where near as uncomfortable for the bottom of my nose.
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RE: Back on cpap after some months off
First night with the medium Airfit f30 & did fairly well probably just as well as the Amara View but one big difference is it was much more comfortable on my face & the bottom of my nose wasn't sore at all in the morning. All those things at the start were most likely me messing with my mask or getting up and down before I went to bed because of my cat.  Can't wait to get the aircurve 10 vauto soon to see if it'll improve even better.

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#60
RE: Back on cpap after some months off
Things have been the same give a take .5 or a point. Airfit f30 has been just a revelation no leaks way more comfortable than the Amara View.
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