Quote:That all sounds good (esp. the 'quake....with fear' part, ), but they already have my money and, I believe, my insurance company's money as well.
I should have done my research BEFORE I got a machine but I really didn't think about it.
I will email my doctor and perhaps call my insurance company, but in the meantime, I will continue trying to get used to using this contraption.
I don't think the Escape is a BAD machine. There are just some better out there. I used an S8 Elite for 7-8 years and didn't know there was such a thing as reporting. I just self titrated and adjusted the pressue over time (turns out it is the 75% pressure my S9 logs today).
Same some money and maybe think about a use machine. There are some on one of the list's vendors (#2 IIRC) who is GREAT with customer service and support. You can probably find a "gently used " machine from them. Also, the classifieds at CL have some pretty good deals occasionally, depending on the market in which you live. I found a danged-near new Intellipap AutoAdjust (12 hours! Non-smoking!) at a pawn shop for less than $140. Great buy for me: backup or tv watching/prime nap time or if the wind blows and the power goes out. (has a kind of cool data reproting feature, but not as comprehensive as the S9 without buying a separate appendage piece.
The Escape would make a great machine for travel purposes.
Keep your eyes open.