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Do you recommend a Respironics PR System One DS260
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Do you recommend a Respironics PR System One DS260
My Res med escape II is 5 years old and I'm looking it to replace it , the equipment wants to sell me a Respironics PR System One DS260. any feedback?
Thanks!
09-02-2014 03:47 PM
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Ghost1958 Offline

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Machine: PRS1 Series Sixty Auto Aflex
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RE: Do you recommend a Respironics PR System One DS260
Alot of that would depend on if your out of pocket or insurance helping with it.
09-02-2014 04:20 PM
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RE: Do you recommend a Respironics PR System One DS260
(09-02-2014 03:47 PM)jmm1 Wrote:  My Res med escape II is 5 years old and I'm looking it to replace it , the equipment wants to sell me a Respironics PR System One DS260. any feedback?
Thanks!
Welcome to the forum, jmm1
Avoid ResMed Escape and PR System One DS260 like a plague, both machines are bricks, does not report anything useful other than usage hours

PRS1 model numbers below 450 or 460 are not data capable machines
PR Syestem One DS460 (fixed pressure machine) and DS560 Auto are data capable machines
ResMed S9 Elite and S9 AutoSet (not Escape Auto) are data capable machines

Auto cost more more but can be used as auto-PAP or fixed pressure machine, two machines in one
Not much if you spread the extra cost over 5 years period and would not buy you a cup of coffee
Supplier #2 is good source for used and new machines
http://www.apneaboard.com/forums/Thread-CPAP-Supplier-List

New, Open Box Respironics System One DS460 REMstar Pro w/ Heated Humidifier $449.00
New, Open Box Respironics System One DS560 REMstar Auto w/ Heated Humidifier $549.00

Mods and Admin, when you had your afternoon tea or morning tea if you happen to be down under, could you please move this thread to the main forum so get the attention it deserve
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