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Small travel bipap

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Suze +0 points · over 7 years ago Original Poster

Does anyone know of a very small, travel size bi pap? Res med has added their new small cpap but the technology has not merged to the bipap. And will someone in the US please invent a machine without the power converter, that would strip off a pound.

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Ruby +0 points · about 7 years ago Sleep Commentator

Traveling with CPAP or BIPAP is really hard. I do wish the companies would ask us what we need and then get it done! Wish I had an answer for you.

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wiredgeorge +0 points · about 7 years ago Sleep Enthusiast

I have a travel trailer and often read RV forums. Folks who travel with a PAP machine have learned that some manufacturers offer direct 12V cords which eliminate the 120VAC to 12VDC slab that most of us use since 12VDC is readily available on all RVs. Folks just pull from an interior light fixture because they are always DC and not AC.

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