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Where to get Inexpensive Supplies
#1
Hi,

I am new to CPAP therapy. My insurance doesn't cover very much and I need to get an additional mask. Where do you recommend getting supplies that are fairly inexpensive? Should I check ebay?

Thank you for your suggestions
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#2
(11-01-2016, 11:02 AM)margy72 Wrote: Hi,

I am new to CPAP therapy. My insurance doesn't cover very much and I need to get an additional mask. Where do you recommend getting supplies that are fairly inexpensive? Should I check ebay?

Thank you for your suggestions

You won't find much on ebay but you could look under Commercial Posts in the main menu for some suggestions. If you google cpap supplies you should get a lot of suggestions with links to sites as well.

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#3
Some things can be obtained from Amazon.
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#4
In fact I know you can get a complete Resmed Airfit P10 outfit for $68 on Amazon, for $68 last time I looked.
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#5
Google for "Mask Bright" for another option.
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#6
Have to love it when someone bottles a common cleaning product that costs $10 a gallon and labels it for CPAP and sells it for $9 for 8oz. Same with wipes, just how much is it worth to read the contents label and say "yep that would work".
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#7
"additional mask"? replacement or completely different kind. Cleaning a mask does not transmute it into another type, well at least we hope not-depending on what you are cleaning it with
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#8
Not advocating the spray, I use dishwashing soap. But now I see that you need to Google [link removed] mask bright to get where I was intending. It is a sleep lab (or something) that sells lightly used masks too. And I see that Supplier #2 does as well. I bought several from the Mask Bright place (pimping my PAP) and was happy with the low price.

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#9
O.P. was looking for a new mask, but didn't say what brand or model. I didn't see anything about cleaning products.
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#10
Mask Bright sells masks tooooooooo.
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