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Condensation such a pain
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ksjosker Wrote:I love my new fisher and Paykel ICON with a heated hose!! No more waking up in the middle of the night choking because I just inhaled water!!

polly Wrote:Mine does have a heated hose but the condensation is in the mask from my breath not in the hose. The mask is so small since its just the nasal one I cant really cover it without blocking the air escape holes.

I wont be getting a space heater as we already have a heat pump up the bedroom end of the house and I cant close our door as we will soon have a new born baby. We are just going to keep using the heat pump which has fixed the problem :-D
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johnomg Wrote:Hi All,

Just in response to ksjosker, I have a F&P Icon Auto with a heated hose and still have problems with Rainout when the bedroom is cold, like Polly the water builds up in the mask from my breathe.

My supplier did show me some thin cloth pads that were suppose to fit over the mask (not blocking the vent holes) and stop the condensation, sadly they couldn't figure out how to get it on the Mask neatly so I passed on buying it.

The main reason I take my mask off in the middle of the night is the fear of drowning in my sleep, a nose full of water (I have a nasla mask) is not the most pleasant way to wake up.

Cheers
John
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The way I have my hose I dont bother if I get rain-out or not as it just collects in my hose and never reaches my maskSleep-well
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