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Philips Respironics System One PRS1 Heated Tube Upgrade Kit for Humidifier Series 60
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I posted a review for the PRS1 Heated hose kit, if anyone would care to read it and comment please comment here on the main forum.

Here's a link to the review;
http://www.apneaboard.com/forums/Thread-...-Series-60

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#2
Nice review..... Made me glad that I got a Resmed S9 where all I had to do was get the Climateline hose. Dancing Big Grin

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#3
Hi Galactus,
Great review, very helpful and to the point.
trish6hundred
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(12-15-2014, 07:38 PM)PaytonA Wrote: Nice review..... Made me glad that I got a Resmed S9 where all I had to do was get the Climateline hose. Dancing Big Grin

Great review.

You can get the 560 with the humidifier already lidded for the heated hose and the hose comes with it or mine did. Just told em that was the machine I wanted with the heated hoseBig Grin

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Very nice review, now I know how to do it right Smile
Yes, I had cold air on my Resmed machine , didn't have any rain out, went to the heated Climatline hose , nice no more cold air I've been using mine on auto setting with no trouble at all, Heated hoses are nice.
I'm wondering if these is a need in the summer months?
Thank you!

Mr. Van Winkle
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(12-15-2014, 08:44 PM)Mr. Van Winkle Wrote: Very nice review, now I know how to do it right Smile
Yes, I had cold air on my Resmed machine , didn't have any rain out, went to the heated Climatline hose , nice no more cold air I've been using mine on auto setting with no trouble at all, Heated hoses are nice.
I'm wondering if these is a need in the summer months?
Thank you!

Mr. Van Winkle

Personally I cant run the heated hose mode in the summer even set to its lowest setting. To warm. But the System One mode wont rain out either even set on 5 or ive never had it to do so so I switch to that.
But in winter where the bedroom is usually around 55 or 60 or sometimes lower, a few hours after bedtime due to the fire being shut down for the night its a great thing to have. Sleep-well

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#7
I agree Payton.
Thanks Trish6hundred.

You can always put a standard hose on and or switch the settings back to classic humidification even after the conversion so summer, winter, spring or fall, it's got you covered through it all Big Grin
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(12-15-2014, 08:44 PM)Mr. Van Winkle Wrote: Heated hoses are nice.
I'm wondering if these is a need in the summer months?
Thank you!

Mr. Van Winkle

I actually received my heated hose in the middle of the summer but did not start using it until the weather cooled off. I plan on going back to the unheated hoses when the weather warms up again.

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PaytonA

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Still trying to get mine to a comfortable setting - for now, since it is so warm out, I don't really need it, but winter is coming on us here. Soon. Eventually. Sometime in the next month or so. Oh, just snow already!
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I am surprised that you have not had snow already. What is the altitude there? I already know the attitude Big Grin. I am inquiring about the number of feet above sea level. Rolleyes

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