Are you looking for a small CPAP Machine that is portable with a long battery life.
Small versions of CPAP machines which stands for continuous positive airway pressure machines are used to treat sleep apnea.
So whether you’re traveling or just need a small CPAP unit for back up purposes, there are plenty of options for you to choose from nowadays.
Some of these options range from as small as an alarm clock to even as small as a cellphone.
Here are 4 very popular small CPAP Machine models:
The AirMini is the smallest machine of the group with the dimensions at 5.4 inches in length, 3.3 inches wide and 2.1 inches for its height.
Its weight comes in at 10.6 ounces.
Next is the DreamStation Go machine which is only slightly bigger than the AirMini.
Its size is 5.9 inches in length, 2.3 inches for its width and the height is 2.3 inches.
There’s an optional battery that would extend its length substantially by 4.8 inches.
It weights nearly 2 lbs at 1.88 lbs to be exact, and that’s without the battery.
With the battery it’s 3.41 lbs.
Next is the Transcend CPAP Machine with dimensions of 6.1 inches in length, width at 3.5 inches and height at 2.8 inches.
Its weight comes in at about 1 lb.
And finally there’s the Z1 CPAP Machine at 6.5 inches for it’s length, 3.3 inches in width and 2 inches for its height.
While the Z1 is not the smallest unit, it is the lightest one of this group, coming in at 10 ounces exact.
Battery and battery life is an important feature for portability so it’s good to see that all models with the exception of the AirMini have the ability to run off a battery.
But they’re not included in the base package of any of the models, as it’s an extra cost.
The Settings Options for all of these machines have an AutoCPAP option that allow a range from 4 centimeters to 20 centimeters of water pressure.
Note that since this is a medical device, the settings will vary based on the prescription by the Medical professional.
The Pros of using a Small CPAP Machine include of course, it’s portability.
But also note they are quiet and some have virtually no noise.
The tubing is sleek so it’s easier to pack and can possibly be more comfortable when sleeping.
Some Cons include the fact that the pressures may not always be consistent.
So it’s possible you might need to pay closer attention to what settings work best for you then discuss with your medical professional.
Since these models are smaller, there’s no humidifier and could be difficult to use for those who have persistent dry mouth.
And finally the cost.
These units can range from $500 to $1,000 and since they’re usually an addition to one’s main CPAP Machine for home use, the high cost may be a deal breaker for many.
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