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High Praise for clip for hose
#1
Just a recommendation in case it helps you.

I just an common user with absolutely no association with any sleep-related or retail organization or company.

I've had an easy time getting accustomed to my Resmed machine which I've had for about 20 months.

But, I continued to often wake in the night to re-arrange my hose, especially when I turned onto a different side.

On a lark, I picked up a Velcro-mounted clip for a few bucks that has really made a difference. It clips to my pillow. It's amazing how a small improvement can have such a big impact.

If it were up to me, a couple of these would ship with every CPAP machine sold! :-)

I know I sound like a shill. But I ain't!

Google cpap hose clip to find one.

[Image: CPAP-Hose-and-Tubing-Management-Clip-0.jpg]






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#2
Yes, I use these clips too. I use one beside my pillow and sometimes I actually clip it to myself.

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Lolabove Ouch!!

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(01-15-2017, 03:30 PM)PaytonA Wrote: Lolabove Ouch!!


I knew you'd be along to comment on that!
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#5
Hi tfield98,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
Thanks for the tip and good luck to you with your CPAP therapy.
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#6
Sorry Rose. I just could not help myself. I fought against it. I truly did but it was just too much for me to withstand.

Best Regards,

PaytonA

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(01-16-2017, 04:16 PM)PaytonA Wrote: Sorry Rose. I just could not help myself. I fought against it. I truly did but it was just too much for me to withstand.

Best Regards,

PaytonA


Too-funny Coffee
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#8
I am very happy with the wire stand that tucks between mattress and box springs and cantilevers out with a bungee that holds the hose. But I have started to travel with work and don't like to take the stand from home even though it folds. Thanks for the tip I will try this clip for my travels.
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#9
I use them too! Really helps keeping slack in the P10 hose so there is slack in it if you turn in the night so pillows don't move.
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#10
Hmmmmm I use those clips in the bedroom, never considered using them on a cpap hose though .....
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