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got my new machine today
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Got my worsens a10 autoset today had to drive 100 mile but worth it! Now I can't wait to hit the sack and see how I sleep.
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Hi k_ogre,
That's great, I hope you like it, good luck tonight.
trish6hundred
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Great! Enjoy your new machine. Remember we're here to help you with the getting used to using it stuff. Actually, it's more about it getting used to you, than it is you getting used to it.

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Enjoy the new machine!
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Hot damn. I know the feeling. I had the same when I graduated from my S8 to my S9 machine. Congratulations and I hope things go well for you.

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sleep well
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So how's it working out for you k_ogre?
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Machine is working great but my body is still adjusting
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This thread got me wondering about a few things. How often is it recommended to upgrade to a new machine? I've had my S8 Autoset II for around 5 years and it still works perfectly. My wife has an S9 Autoset which I don't like the look of; however, that new AirSense 10 looks like something that Darth Vader would use.
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(05-06-2015, 11:49 PM)Frogman812 Wrote: This thread got me wondering about a few things. How often is it recommended to upgrade to a new machine? I've had my S8 Autoset II for around 5 years and it still works perfectly. My wife has an S9 Autoset which I don't like the look of; however, that new AirSense 10 looks like something that Darth Vader would use.


Welcome Frogman812,
Most insurance will replace a machine that is 5 years old. You probably should start looking around and check out the newest machines and what they offer.

If your S8 is still working well, you could keep it as a back up.
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