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Considering FitLifeTotal Fask Mask
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Can anyone tell me how much larger the extra large mask is as compared to the large?

The pdf mask fittings only show small and large. Large is to small as the top of the frame is below my eye level. Not having a pdf mask fitting for extra large would be nice. Would give me some confidence that it would fit.

I did try the total face mask and it leaks no matter what I tried for strap tensions. Wasted over $100 on that one. Don't want to waste another $100 plus on the FitLife.

Any information appreciated.
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(02-22-2015, 11:50 AM)remltr Wrote: Can anyone tell me how much larger the extra large mask is as compared to the large?

The pdf mask fittings only show small and large. Large is to small as the top of the frame is below my eye level. Not having a pdf mask fitting for extra large would be nice. Would give me some confidence that it would fit.

I did try the total face mask and it leaks no matter what I tried for strap tensions. Wasted over $100 on that one. Don't want to waste another $100 plus on the FitLife.

Any information appreciated.

Hi remitr,
I too have been searching the different supplier lists and Internet for an extra large sizing gauge for the FitLife mask. So far unsuccessful, but will keep searching.
Like you, I've only found size small and large sizing gauges.
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(02-22-2015, 11:50 AM)remltr Wrote: Don't want to waste another $100 plus on the FitLife.

Supplier #1 offers return insurance on masks.

Quote:Mask return insurance allows you to return a used mask within 30 days of its purchase, minus the cost of shipping, no questions asked. This is a smart buy when trying a new mask! Return insurance includes a pre printed mailing label for an easy return. While anyone can purchase Return insurance, [Supplier #1] is only able to provide return labels to customers within the 48 Continental United States.
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