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Looking for vendor for ResMed AirFit™ P30i Nasal Pillow CPAP

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dmypub +0 points · 3 months ago Original Poster

Looking for vendor that would offer a 30 day return policy on the P30i nasal pillow. I see high price of $109 and low price of $89 in a search but I'm so, so tired of ferreting out details.... thanks if anyone has already done this ! Happy with my Resmed p10 but it wakes my wife up so I'm trying to upgrade, if possible ! dmypub

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singingkeys +0 points · 3 months ago Sleep Commentator

How does it wake her up? P10 is probably the quietest mask I've ever tried. Is it the hose being loose and on the front vs on top of the head that is waking her up? I have the P30i. It was one of the ones that I've tried before. Beautiful design with the hose on top of the head. Much more comfortable. What isn't beautiful? The other design of the air flow on each side of the head. It is so thin and flimsy that if you lay on either side of it, it cuts off that side of the airway. One of the worst designs ever. This makes it ineffective for breathing, basically.

Beware that the Dreamwear nasal pillow mask uses the same architecture. Those gel nasal pillows may seem more comfortable, but again, they're so flimsy that their own airway hole collapses on the pillow itself when it sticks into your nose.

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dmypub +0 points · 3 months ago Original Poster

well that sounds like a deal killer for the p30i. Not worth the hassle then. I roll over multiple times every night. most of the time, this results in a leak - sometimes a small leak, but enough to wake up my light sleeper wife. disappointed in learning this about the p30i and this will end my search.

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Sierra +0 points · 3 months ago Sleep Patron

CPAP.com has the p30i with included return insurance. I am in Canada so have never dealt with them. Their prices are not the lowest, but they do seem to allow returns.

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MarkHanson +0 points · 2 months ago

I used to use the pillows but then was offered a trial of this and I never looked back

Philips Respironics DreamWear Nasal Cushion (Medium Wide)

i get nothing from anyone for recommending this product - it is what I use!

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MarkHanson +0 points · 2 months ago

BTW The intake being on top of the harness is almost as much a reason for its comfort as the softness of the part under the nose. You are not fighting the hose when you are wearing this product. It is 'overhead'

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MarkHanson +0 points · 2 months ago

and ... you can replace the nasal section for $10 to12! and you get that part on Amazon. I use a Medium (the nasal piece is sized) I buy replacement parts when they wear out - piecemeal - and find that works great - for me.

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Sherry +0 points · about 2 months ago Sleep Commentator

I do love my DreamWear Nasal Cushion mask.

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