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[Product Review] Cpap Hose Lift by Arden
    Just bought the Cpap Hose Lift by Arden innovation
and it has made the world of difference .
Relieves the constant tug of the hose on the mask when
Moving around the top swivels extremely easy and is very
Portable collapsing down into a pouch that is about 8 inches by 3 inches !
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looks like a good solution for those that travel. glad it is working well for you.
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Hi Iceracer,
I have that particular hose lift and I like it very much.
Glad to hear that it's working well for you.
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I purchased this from Supplier #1 and I love it. It allowed me to put together the perfect setup for my bed. I place it under the middle of the mattress head in front of the headboard. I had to slide my mattress out a a couple inches from the headboard to make room for the pole because the headboard is upholstered and puffs out. A flat headboard might not require that adjustment. When I want to make the bedroom look it's best I can easily disconnect the pole from the base, with the hose and mask still attached, lay the pole and hose down at the head of the bead a cover it up with the pillows. Voila - no visible hose and pole. The CPAP looks like a radio to the casual observer. To reconnect I just pick up the pole and reinsert it into the rectangular base.
One of it's "pro"s is also a "con". It comes apart in 2 places to allow the rectangular base and the 2 pole parts to lay flat and fit in a small pouch - very light and portable. However the base rectangle can also disconnect from the pole a little too easily and on many occasions it has collapsed on me during the night due to some position changing activity that pulled it up and out. It tends to work itself over a period of days into a condition that allows the disconnect. So now, as I make the bed, I reach down under the headboard to check the position and confirm the snugness of the connection. Since I have been doing that I have had no problems.
Because it disconnects easily I did not use this pole for my RV. The RV has a corner bed and installing the pole at the headboard is too difficult to do more than once. For that installation I purchased a Dura Care hose holder which is not as portable. That review is under a separate thread.
if you can't decide then you don't have enough data.
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