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Can't wait for my Wisp to arrive
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I've had my gear for six days (identical system), and the Wisp works really well. Make sure you adjust it when you are laying down and don't put it on too tight. If an adjustment is necessary, you can do it in a second without taking it off. Good luck! Smile P.S. Make sure you clean the mask portion every day to keep the oils off and minimize leakage.
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(05-12-2013, 08:39 AM)extremespeaker Wrote: I've had my gear for six days (identical system), and the Wisp works really well. Make sure you adjust it when you are laying down and don't put it on too tight. If an adjustment is necessary, you can do it in a second without taking it off. Good luck! Smile P.S. Make sure you clean the mask portion every day to keep the oils off and minimize leakage.

Who makes it and where can I see a photo of one?
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(05-13-2013, 05:24 PM)Schnauzers 5 Wrote:
(05-12-2013, 08:39 AM)extremespeaker Wrote: I've had my gear for six days (identical system), and the Wisp works really well. Make sure you adjust it when you are laying down and don't put it on too tight. If an adjustment is necessary, you can do it in a second without taking it off. Good luck! Smile P.S. Make sure you clean the mask portion every day to keep the oils off and minimize leakage.

Who makes it and where can I see a photo of one?

You can visit our Wiki on Mask Types. The Wisp is made by Philips Respironics. There are three mask sizes, Petite, Small/Medium, and Large in the package. The mask frame comes in two styles, Fabric (pictured in the Wiki) and clear (silicone). Sleep-well
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Hi extremespeaker,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
I have found the same thing, it is very easy to adjust without taking the mask off.
trish6hundred
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I have a huge schnoz so I will be using the large. Definitely will have no use for the small.
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#16
The ONLY one I would consider is the swift fx for her one. But I like what I have. Thanks Most look scaryand uncomfortable.
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