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CPAP online purchase
#1
Hi, A question for us Aussies here, have you purchased a Cpap/Bipap etc machine online through the places listed here in the supplier list? If so did it go smoothly were there any problems?

The reason I ask is I'm thinking of purchasing a new machine and buying one here in Australia is rather expensive. Was thinking of getting one from America and getting shipped over.

Thanks in advance
I'm not a Doctor but a fan of The Doctor. any views,comments etc are my own


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#2
Zonk is the one to ask, I bought mine from here the first time, 3 years ago, next time I'll go down the internet track now that I know what I'm doing.
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#3
Suppliers #2 and #10 ship to Australia, others do not ship ResMed and Respironcis outside US

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#4
I used Supplier #10 & am very happy :grin: very easy transaction & payed less than half what I was quoted here in Aus for the same set up.
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#5
HI,
I purchased mine around 3 months ago from 1800Cpap, via their web page,they are based in the US, got the Resmed Airsense 10 Auto with heated hose, all in all, cost me including postage, AU$990, great guarentee, super fast delivery, no problems. Would have cost me around AU$2000 to $2500 in Australia, paid via Credit Card, no problems, no worries. Would definately use them again
Regards
Bob
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#6
I purchased a "gently used" Resmed S9 Autoset from Supplier #2 for A$660 delivered to my doorstep in country Victoria several months ago, found them so easy to deal with and can't speak highly enough of their superb service. Machine works great.
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#7
Thanks to all that replied Its been helpfull and its cheaper than buying here too

Did look at hiring one but the cheapest I could find was $49 Aust a month with prices going up for better machines. At those prices it wouldn't take long before it would be cheaper to buy!
I'm not a Doctor but a fan of The Doctor. any views,comments etc are my own


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#8
(10-21-2014, 05:30 PM)DrWho? Wrote: Thanks to all that replied Its been helpfull and its cheaper than buying here too

Did look at hiring one but the cheapest I could find was $49 Aust a month with prices going up for better machines. At those prices it wouldn't take long before it would be cheaper to buy!

My hire was $160 a month!! Luckily my purchased machine showed up before I ticked over into the next month.
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#9
My hire was $100 a month for mask and CPAP, but I could change them as much as I wanted. It is good for newbies trying to get used to a mask and not having to buy them and not being able to return them. I bought mine after 3 months renting.
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#10
Purchased a Resmed S9 Autoset from Supplier #10, no problems at all with the purchase and it was on my doorstep in 5 days from time of order.
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