Mask types

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Far too often, CPAP suppliers use mannequin heads or nothing at all to show what the mask looks like on a Real Person. Even when it is on a Real Person, it is a model, not a Real User. So here are a few masks being modeled by the actual people who actually use them.

Nasal Masks

Phillips Respironics Comfort Gel

Size small

Philips Respironics Comfort Gel Nasal Mask1.jpg

Phillips Respironics Wisp

Size small

ResMed Mirage FX

Size standard

ResMed Mirage FX Nasal Mask2.jpg

Resmed Mirage Activa LT

Size Medium

Resmed Mirage Activa LT (side view)

Size Medium

Nasal Pillows

ResMed Swift FX

Size Medium

Resmed Swift FX size M 03.jpg

Respironics GoLife for Men

Respironics GoLife for Men04.jpg

Respironics Optilife

Respironics Optilife01.jpg

Respironics Optilife (showing the built-in chin strap)

Respironics Optilife03.jpg

Phillips Respironics ComfortLite 2

Large Nasal Pillows
This mask has been modified: "The swivel elbow has been removed, and the flexible tube from a Vista mask added."
ComfortLite 2.jpg

Puritan Bennett Breeze

Pillow size Medium
This mask has been modified: "The halo straps brought around the front vs being in the clips"
Puritan Bennett Breeze.jpg

Full Face Masks

ResMed Mirage Quattro

Size Medium mask, cushion and headgear
Resmed Mirage Quattro.jpg

ResMed Mirage Quattro FX

Size Medium mask, cushion and headgear
Resmed Quattro FX.jpg

Hybrid masks

ResMed Mirage Liberty

Size Large cushion, size medium nasal pillows, standard size headgear

Resmed Mirage Liberty hybrid.jpg

Special Thanks

Special thanks to the members of the Apnea Board forum for submitting the images: cbramsey, bobg/pollcat, TheDreamer, and b360155.