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(09-22-2014, 01:09 AM)archangle Wrote: Don't forget you can leave the humidifier at home, with the obvious consequence of no added humidity. Also consider the power brick if there is one.

Don't forget to consider the size of the hose, and mask in terms of the entire package you're carrying. Making the CPAP smaller is less of a percentage when you consider everything.

You probably also need to carry an extension cord and/or power strip for hotels with inconvenient power plug locations.

After my last trip, I found m 15' extension cord wasn't long enough. Just found a 20' at my local the Helpful Place hardware store. Think I will leave both cords in the bag. When we were on our cruise, I had the extension cord taped to the cabin wall and the power supply cord at full extension. Good thing I also have a 10' hose,
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Full size S9 (which is still pretty small....) just no take along humidification. Oh, take extension cord. Some hotels not have plugs close to head of bed.

OMM
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Good thing I also have a 10' hose,
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You're just bragging now.
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