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ResMed H5i v. ClimateLine Heated Tube
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Mosquitobait Offline

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Machine: Resmed AirSense 10 For Her
Mask Type: Nasal pillows
Mask Make & Model: Airfit P10
Humidifier: integrated, Climate line tube
CPAP Pressure: 9-12
CPAP Software: ResScan SleepyHead

Other Comments: RLS and Bradycardia

Sex: Female
Location: Minneapolis

Post: #21
RE: ResMed H5i v. ClimateLine Heated Tube
I think it depends on your current home conditions. I am a newbie, but bought both the climate line and a slimline hoses. I don't really see much difference between the two right now. So I switched out and I'm using just the slimline hose until we turn the air conditioner on or start experiencing rainout. No matter what hose you have, it will wear out and the Climate line are quite a bit more expensive, so I will save it for when it is actually effective.
05-27-2015 12:31 PM
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P-Bar Offline

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Joined: May 2015

Machine: ResMed S9 VPAP ST
Mask Type: Nasal mask
Mask Make & Model: ResMed P10
Humidifier: ResMed H5i
CPAP Pressure: EPAP 4.0 IPAP 11.0 (cmH2O)
CPAP Software: SleepyHead

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Sex: Male
Location: Southern Cal

Post: #22
RE: ResMed H5i v. ClimateLine Heated Tube
Kingskid,
I have a power monitor I can plug inline . I own the S9 with the humidifier and heated hose . I'll give you some data in the next few days.
05-28-2015 08:58 AM
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Mosquitobait Offline

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Posts: 746
Joined: Apr 2015

Machine: Resmed AirSense 10 For Her
Mask Type: Nasal pillows
Mask Make & Model: Airfit P10
Humidifier: integrated, Climate line tube
CPAP Pressure: 9-12
CPAP Software: ResScan SleepyHead

Other Comments: RLS and Bradycardia

Sex: Female
Location: Minneapolis

Post: #23
RE: ResMed H5i v. ClimateLine Heated Tube
I also wanted to add that if you are using nasal pillows, the slimline hose is much lighter than the Climateline making movement in bed a lot easier.
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05-28-2015 09:27 AM
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kingskid Offline

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Joined: May 2015

Machine: ResMed AirSense 10 for Her
Mask Type: Nasal pillows
Mask Make & Model: AirFit P10 for Her
Humidifier: MyAir Integrated
CPAP Pressure: 7 Cm
CPAP Software: ResScan SleepyHead

Other Comments: Began therapy 9/2/15

Sex: Female
Location: Colorado Rockies

Post: #24
RE: ResMed H5i v. ClimateLine Heated Tube
(05-28-2015 08:58 AM)P-Bar Wrote:  Kingskid,
I have a power monitor I can plug inline . I own the S9 with the humidifier and heated hose . I'll give you some data in the next few days.
Oh, I didn't know there was such a thing! Looking forward to more info on that--thanks!

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05-28-2015 10:17 AM
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