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Should I try the Airfit P10 or Resp Nuance mask
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(12-08-2015, 07:27 AM)rfin16 Wrote: I generally find the minimalist design to be the best possibility. I have had some moisture problems which I have addressed elsewhere. But last night, the moisture seems to cause a popping in one side of the P10. At least I think it was the moisture. It might have been something else.

Has anyone else had that kind of problem? It does make it a bit difficult to get back to sleep. Is there a way to solve this (aside from addressing the moisture which I will do as well). Or should I look to another nasal pillow style?

Similar situation... perhaps a new pillow will take care of the moisture problem.
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#22
I have used the P10 and the Nuance fabric. I continue to use the Nuance and I love it. I have many fewer leaks than what I had with the the P10 and overall excellent results. I find it very comfortable and have no problems with the back Headstrap being tacky or sticky.
I have recommended the Nuance to a couple of friends who were using the P10 and they have switched over and now love the Nuance.
Sleep Tight...
Gabby
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#23
(11-08-2015, 08:50 PM)ckingzzzs Wrote: I have tired the resmed Swift Fx nasal pillows now for 4 months. I want to try another mask to see if one fits better and if I can get better AHI readings. I am looking at the resmed p10 or the respironics nuance. Has anyone tried both of these to tell me which to try. I am basically a side sleeper and not one to sleep on his back. I use the resmed airsense 10 with a 7.6-13.6 range for now and a 10min ramp.

thanks people!!


If you like the Swift FX nasal pillows, you will probably like the Airfit P10 even better. The only reason why I needed to leave the Airfit is because I have a larger than average head and the headgear is a tiny bit too tight. Otherwise, great for side sleeping, very little leakage. I'm in roughly the same range as you using the Resmed Airsense for her.
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#24
Try both! See what works for YOU!

For me, it is the Nuance.

Dave
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#25
Both are good masks. Try them both and pick one. I preferred the p10...
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