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DME replacing my faulty Airsense 10 with an 11..should i accept?
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DME replacing my faulty Airsense 10 with an 11..should i accept?
airsense 11 is so new, do we know if it is as good or better tahn the 10? they wana reaplcement my faulty 10 with an 11...so its a new machine but still not sure if i shouldnt stick with 10

anyone have any opion?
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RE: DME replacing my faulty Airsense 10 with an 11..should i accept?
After all the 10’s are gone ( if they aren’t already) everyone will also end up with 11’s .
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RE: DME replacing my faulty Airsense 10 with an 11..should i accept?
The Air 11 does not, as yet have have the performance history of the Air 10 line, but there aren't any red-flags either.

The one issue with the Air 11 is accessory and supply chain problems. Some are reporting problems getting filters, tanks, heated hoses, power supplies,....



(03-25-2022, 02:12 PM)Nightynite Wrote: After all the 10’s are gone ( if they aren’t already) everyone will also end up with 11’s .

ResMed has no *immediate* plans to discontinue the AirSense 10, this was reinforced by the CEO during the last summer's earnings call.
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So I should be ok?
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(03-26-2022, 05:41 PM)tierdal Wrote: So I should be ok?

Yes, I'd think so. I would imagine that the supply chain issues would apply to all models...? And will be resolved soon enough. Frankly, getting a machine at all in the current recall environment is lucky.
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I have been using an AS11 for a month and no complaints.
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IMHO any AutoSet is acceptable. The supply chain will fill for spare or replaceable items for the AS11 soon. It's just that it is a new device
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tghanks guys
it does look better and more compacty so if its good functionality thats all great
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The 11 is a fine device, just know that the ClimateLineAir is more expensive and harder to find for it.
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I read somewhere that the motor of the 11 is from the mini???

Anybody know if this is correct?
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