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easybreathe C-100 cpap battery
I have recently become aware of a cpap battery that sounds like it is what I would like. Before I spend $400+ for this system I'd like to know if anybody on this forum has used the easybreathe c-100 cpap battery?

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04-12-2014 02:56 PM
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RE: easybreathe C-100 cpap battery
Moving this to the Main Forum.

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04-13-2014 12:47 AM
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RE: easybreathe C-100 cpap battery
I've found very informative information on this forum and I can say that what I have learned here has been instrumental in my successful apnea treatment.
However, this reply, and lack of any other, has me mystified. Isn't there any user responses to this product? Sure would like to know before I shell out $400 for a system that others have found to be less than helpful.

Cheers, Ralph
04-14-2014 02:54 AM
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RE: easybreathe C-100 cpap battery
(04-14-2014 02:54 AM)VegasPier Wrote:  Isn't there any user responses to this product? Sure would like to know before I shell out $400 for a system that others have found to be less than helpful.

Cheers, Ralph
There,re many threads about batteries but these batteries are too expensive for the average punter

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ResMed Battery guide http://www.resmed.com/assets/documents/s...lo_eng.pdf
04-14-2014 03:15 AM
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RE: easybreathe C-100 cpap battery
(04-14-2014 02:54 AM)VegasPier Wrote:  I've found very informative information on this forum and I can say that what I have learned here has been instrumental in my successful apnea treatment.
However, this reply, and lack of any other, has me mystified. Isn't there any user responses to this product? Sure would like to know before I shell out $400 for a system that others have found to be less than helpful.

Cheers, Ralph

Ralph:

Someone has to be first. Thanks for stepping up. Let us know what you think of the batteries. I am very interested.

John
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RE: easybreathe C-100 cpap battery
(04-12-2014 02:56 PM)VegasPier Wrote:  I have recently become aware of a cpap battery that sounds like it is what I would like. Before I spend $400+ for this system I'd like to know if anybody on this forum has used the easybreathe c-100 cpap battery?

Cheers, VegasPier

I have no experience with the battery pack you mention (it is more than I would spend with alternatives available) but I did purchase a battery system not long ago and you can read my experiences here: http://www.apneaboard.com/forums/Thread-Battery-Powered

Mike

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RE: easybreathe C-100 cpap battery
It took a while but I finally found out about this battery.

I would hesitate to get this because, well, I didn't like what they had to say about it. Which wasn't much. And not what I wanted to know. They say it lasts 20hrs. Which is nice to know but 20hrs on what pressure? A higher pressure means it will use more battery.

Since you have the Resmed, you'll need either the $63 converter or the inverter of the same price.

You can get all that cheaper elsewhere. Lighter? Not sure.

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