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[CPAP] Best machine for travel & airline use
#1
Hello All,

For the past 7 years I have traveled with a PB Goodknight 420G without a humidifer. It has a 12V powercord which allows me to use it on aircraft that have the 12V outlets. It has been a great machine and the only problem I have ever had was while staying at over 12,000 ft. (only designed for up to 7,500) Problem is it is very tired and beat up.

So my question is; what is the best travel machine that is light, small, 110 -220v + 12v addapter and rugged eneough for travel about 100+ nights a year. Designed for 10,000 ft or above would be a plus. Thanks.
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The Somnetics Transcend is very small and comes with a wide variety of power options.
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#3
Hi BruceV,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
Hang tight for more suggestions on good traveling machines, best of luck to you.
trish6hundred
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S9 can automatically adjust for changes in altitude and the universal power supply can run anywhere in the world
just you need the right power plug adapter



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(11-19-2012, 07:14 PM)zonk Wrote: S9 can automatically adjust for changes in altitude
S9 information guide ... technical specifications operating altitude:
sea level to 2.591 m = 8500 ft

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Thanks for the responses I will check out both
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