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Fisher & Paykel Eson
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Has anyone tried this mask yet? I tried it out at the therapist office and found it to be more accommodating to a high bridged nose as it has much more depth of cushion around the face. I did a lot of movement testing and found it to stay sealed. Since it is new (I guess it just came out). It is on order. They only had a sample version.

I have yet to try it out at home. Just wondering if anyone else has used it yet?
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(11-15-2012, 05:08 PM)bryank1 Wrote: I have yet to try it out at home. Just wondering if anyone else has used it yet?
I've not tried the Eson. I prefer mine with forehead dial ... better adjustment
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http://www.fphcare.com/products/eson-nasal-mask/

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I've seen an ad for the Eson a couple weeks back but have not tried it.
trish6hundred
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It looks very similiar to the ResMed Mirage FX nasal mask that I wear
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(11-15-2012, 05:20 PM)trish6hundred Wrote: I've seen an ad for the Eson a couple weeks back but have not tried it.

Trish, if you are blind, how can you see an ad? Do you have some special gadget that allows you to "see" stuff, or was that just a figure of speech?

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Hey SuperSleeper,
That was just a figure of speach. I actually read the newsletter from Supplier number 1 (with speach on my computer,)and they had an ad in it. A lot of times, I'll use terms that sighted people use because it sounds more normal. For example, I will say I saw someone rather than to say I felt, (as in touched with my hands,) someone. Another example, I will say I watched a program because listening is my way of watching it.
Sorry for the confusion and if you have any more questions, feel free to ask.
trish6hundred
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