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Lightweight Comfort: Includes Mask, Headgear, and S,M,L nasal pillows
The Aloha is super lightweight, and comfortable to use.
The Aloha Nasal Pillows System is the next evolution in the design of the nasal pillow interface. Not only is this device extremely lightweight and quiet, but it offers an incredibly stable and comfortable seal.The unique ball-and-swivel joint, along with a hose swivel, adapts to the most active of sleepers – all with minimal contact to the user’s face.The Aloha features a unique and exclusive system that allows the end-user to adjust the angle and depth of the nasal pillows – improving comfort and seal while minimizing potential discomfort.Performance Features
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If you want a quiet light weight nasal mask this is the one. I've had many others and this is definitely the best I've come across. you won't be disappointed with the Aloha.
(Posted on 8/6/14)
If you pay shipping, you have the lowest price I've found. My new pillow tore and I need to just go back to the Aloha. Tired of trying every new mask. My teeth got sore from the one before last with the pillow/ mouthguard mask. Yep. Good Price, Great pillow, New customer!
(Posted on 5/23/14)
This is the first CPAP mask of any kind that I have used so my review may not be definitive. The nasal pillow seals up great, no problems with that. The headgear takes a little bit to adjust and re-adjust so it is somewhat inconvenient. The problem I have is that the little prongs that insert in to the nasal pillow keeps pulling out. Of course, when that happens, I need to wake up, turn a light on to re-insert the prong and put the head gear back on. With that sleep disruption, it takes a bit to fall asleep again. I guess this one just doesn't fit my head. I need to try something else.
(Posted on 4/2/14)
I don't know why, but this is the only pillow that doesn't make my nose sore. My leaks are low and it's perfect for side sleeping. Haven't used it with the hose over my head yet, but 5 stars all the way around on this little pillow mask. Your price is low, as well and your service is good! I'm back looking to reorder soon.
(Posted on 11/5/13)
The mask comes out of my nose when I move from back to side during the night. The air then blows in my face a wakes me up. I think the head gear is the problem. Wish I would have gone with one if the other nasal masks.
(Posted on 11/4/13)
Finally, a mask that allows movement while you sleep without having air leaks and bothersome noise and air blowing onto your partner.
I have been using the Aloha mask since late April or May. It is the first mask that allows easy movement from side to side without dislodging the mask, creating leaks, and little discomfort. Placing the air hose over top of your head eliminates that feeling of sleeping with "a sweeper hose" by your side in bed. Exhaust is well, and quietly diffused without blowing on yourself, or your partner. The closest thing I've found to the feeling of sleeping without a CPAP mask.
(Posted on 10/6/13)
I'm just a beginner at this. Got this mask two weeks ago. This is my third mask so far and I love this mask. This mask allowed my sores from the previous masks (one nose and one nasal pillow) to heal. It lives up to all the great reviews. This is the mask for me. It stays in place and doesn't leak. I like the air tube attaching to the top of my head which gives me better movement when I change positions from side to side. I'm ordering a few more pillows so I have a spare on hand should something happen to the original. Great engineering in this mask.
(Posted on 9/28/13)
Ordered the mask on 4/1/13 My first thought after several nights of leak free sleep was WOW, this nasal pillow mask really works. After reading several good reviews about the Devilbiss Aloha Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask. I am so glad I have the mask and now can sleep through the night and not have my wife wake me to say its leaking.
(Posted on 5/5/13)
This is simple. It is the least intrusive most effective design of any and I have had several different types and models of face masks. It is a very simple design and worthy of five stars. There is only one gig to this nasal mask: $90.00 - are you serious! A great design, worthy of a profit but really! 10,000% is just a bit much.
(Posted on 4/25/13)
Wow, what a great mask. Search no more. Much better than than ResMed Swift FX that I was using for quite some time. This mask never breaks a seal, stays in place throughout the night even with tossing and turning, my AHI's have gone down with this mask for some reason, very comfortable. Thanks.
(Posted on 4/23/13)
I have tried most of the other nasal Pillows, but I am a restless side sleeper. The Swift FX is light and comfortable, but causes a lot of leaks as soon as I turn on the other side, and then it wakes me - trying to fix the leak again. The FX is more quiet, but this Aloha Nasal Pillow sits like a tick on a dog. I can turn as much as I like, it stays in place with no leaks. It took a little time to get used to it, but I will not change it for anything.
I also found the Optilife Nasal Pillow from Respironics uncomfortable - the pillows refused to fit comfortably into my nose -- maybe my nose is different to others - and it is more bulky and tend to change position when one changes sides.
I tend to buy an extra one so as to always have a spare Aloha Nasal Pillow -- that is how much I appreciate a good night's rest!
(Posted on 4/8/13)
Wow! This mask is so comfortable! It is so light and unobtrusive.
I was using a full face mask, and that was OK. And I was sleeping pretty well, but I'd wake in the morning and I couldn't wait to get that thing off my face.
But this morning, after sleeping really well with the Aloha, I was laying in bed, easing into the day, and it dawned on me: I was in no hurry to take the mask off! I was just laying there, breathing comfortably, and all was well!
My leak rate went down, and so did my AHIs!
Really highly recommended!
(Posted on 4/7/13)
I'm female; I know that matters to some because it means I will be concerned about facial markings, how it fit with hairstyles, etc. If you're like me you probably like the reviews that compare one product to another. I'm a total nasal pillow cpap user. I tried the masks, etc. and they either didn't give my fat face a good seal or they made me feel confined so I quickly learned that nasal pillows were the best choice for me. It’s truly an individual preference thing. So I can only compare to the other three nasal pillow systems I have.
First - ResMed LT - This was my first nasal pillow system. I like the freedom of it and being able to wear my glasses when I need to in bed and also being able to attach the hose to the top of my head and keep it out of my way. The con for the LT however was that to get it in the best position to hold a seal on my face it was just a tad too tight on my fat cheeks. Also it fit above and on the apple of my cheeks which was uncomfortable and would leave marks. Also, if I didn't adjust the ratchet on my nose piece just right it would sometimes push my nose up leaving a laugh line looking wrinkle across my nose between my eyes (think Whitney Houston's mom, cissy to see the type I mean). Fortunately it would go away after my morning shower, etc... but still...
The Aloha is very similar to the LT except it’s made our thinner plastic... my first impression was cheaper. I don't know if the plastic is truly cheaper or not but I do know that it is more pliable / flexible and isn’t as hard or stiff against my face. Also it fits across the hollows of my cheek, which feels like a much more comfortable place to be and it doesn't leave marks in the morning. It doesn't use a ratcheting motion on the nose piece at all, but somehow manages to get in place and give a tight seal. In fact out of all of my nose pillow systems this one may give the best seal yet. The only con for Aloha in comparison to the LT is the lightweight material it is made out of... for instance the loop that holds the hose out of the way on top of the head is just a piece of Velcro fabric whereas the LT has a molded plastic piece the hose snap in and out of. Over time I just don't know if the Aloha system will stand up to daily us the way the LT does... you may have to change parts more often. I don't know this for sure though. After all the materials might be sturdier than they look and feel.
Second the ResMed FX. I love, love, loved the FX when I first got it, thin silicone straps, no facial marks, etc. Like the Aloha there is no ratcheting on the nose people, you get it into the right place by adjusting the top and back straps. However as much as I loved the light weight feel of this product, it has three problems for me. It breaks seal a couple of times a night unless I sleep partially propped up on my back... bummer, it does not have a thing on the top to keep the hose out of my way, and like the LT the straps go on and above the apple of my cheeks, not the most comfortable place for a fat faced person. However since it leaves no face marks its pretty much has been my go to for the last 12 months.
Although lighter and more flexible than the LT, the Aloha is not lighter / more flexible than the FX. But so far I haven't noticed any facial marks even though it’s not as light as the FX.
My third comparison is to Bella, which is over the ear (or ear straps) alternative for the LT system. I feel Bella is the lightest of them all. If you're going to wear hair rollers or have problems with masks fitting properly due to thick hair or certain hair styles then Bella is a MUST! It is the only system I know of that doesn't have straps on top of and behind the head. But like the FX, it can lose the seal during the night in certain positions. Also you have to be careful how you adjust it or the silicone straps will hurt the back of your ears (even with the satin strap covers on)... So I mostly use Bella when I need to wear rollers to bed, or when I have a big French or goddess braid or some other big hair thing to contend with. But I have noticed that if wear Bella more than 5 or 6 days; I can't get the straps adjusted in a way to give me a good seal and have to stop using it for a few nights. So I think is slightly stretches itself out and then goes back into shape after a day or so... not sure, just guessing.
On Aloha I was able to get to fit with my big rollers in by placing the straps between the roller areas. This seemed to work well. Can't do this with the LT or FX because I don't have enough strap to do it and still be comfortable so its a plus I can do it with the Aloha and still get a good seal and have comfort to boot. Don't know how it will work when I have Goddess braids or French braid but depending on head size (I have a really big head and very thick African American hair, had to have my graduation cap specially made) the straps might not be long enough to go around in those situations, we will see.
The best things about Aloha is it is easy to get on, its sits in the hollow of my cheeks (not on the apple or above which is uncomfortable in side sleeping), below the apple of the cheeks which in addition to being more comfortable, it doesn't leave wrinkles or lines on my face the next morning. Most importantly, it gives me a much better seal than my other nose pillows, in fact, probably best seal I have ever had... EVER. so no waking during the night due to seal breakage. Also it’s less expensive than some of the other systems.
The drawbacks on Aloha is it feels like cheaper materials being used so I don't know how long they will stand up to the test of time (but they may do fine.. time will tell), the loop that keeps the hose out to the way is just a Velcro strip, it works fine but will it last, I can't use my Res Med pillows with it. The pillows are slightly more round (just slightly) but seem to work better for the shape of my nostrils.
I plan to use it every day for now, but if it seems like it can take the strain of that I think it will become my travel mask and my back up mask.
All in all, I'm glad I used my FSA dollars on it. One last thing I want to mention. If you get it, when you put the mask on to the head straps, make sure you push the curved stems all the way, as far as they can go into their pre molded slots... this will make more sense to you when you receive it. I did that and have not had any problems with the mask pulling of its stems as some have reported in some reviews on the net.
I hope you find this helpful, happy sleeping to you!
(Posted on 3/21/13)
I've had two of these masks and instead of getting a replacement, I opted for the new Tap Pap pillow mask. It wasn't bad, but it was no where near as comfortable as the Aloha Pillows. These Aloha's are the closest thing to perfect that a pillow can get. I'm a sucker for the latest mask club and I always will be. That's OK though, because that's how I found the Aloha. This one and the Resmed Swift fx are hard to beat. I sleep better with the Aloha and my leaks are the lowest they've ever been. Thanks for offering the free shipping, but everyone else is priced a little lowed. I guess it all evens out. Are the Aloha manufacturers coming out with a Bella version? Just a thought.
(Posted on 3/12/13)
I was a die-hard fx user until i tried this mask
it feels better on my face cause the straps sit lower ,under my cheek bones instead of on them like the fx
also the design forces the pillows up into the nostrils and they are firmer pillows and hold in better
the air blows up from the mask instead of straight out like the fx ,which makes the wife happier too
the only negatives are the wires that hold the pillows sometimes slip out and the velcro on the straps could have a stronger grip,its best to loosen the straps every time you remove and put on the mask
but all in all its the best mask yet - and I've tried a bunch
(Posted on 2/21/13)
Devilbiss hit it out of the park with this pillow system
(Posted on 1/20/13)
I have been using CPAP for over 15 years. I usually purchase a mask yearly and can give accurate comparisons.
The latest product is RespCare Aloha Nasal Pillow Mask which comes with 3 size pillows. I use medium.
I had the ResMed Swift LT prior and found that the Aloha had several improvements and some drawbacks.
First the improvements: Quieter and less leaks than the Swift LT. It appeared that the pressure self adjusted to prevent leaks. The swivel air hose allows the air hose to stay away from the face. When placed the air hose into the top Velcro strap, this minimizes pulling on the mask and helped prevented air leaks. There are two positions on the frame for the top strap. It comes in the forward position which is most comfortable for me. Almost all of the positions of sleep were comfortable. The unused position of the headgear can be used for the bottom half of the Halo brand chin strap. See below.
Now the drawbacks:You need to get used to putting the headgear on properly. Nose in first and hold it with one hand. Back strap next with the other hand over the back of the head. You can then attach the air hose to the hose on the CPAP machine. Lastly put the tubing up to the Velcro holder at the top off the mask. Avoid going out of order. Avoid pulling on the nasal pillows. Avoid adjusting the straps until it is in place. If not, you will pull the hooks out of the nasal pillows. If this happens, you need to start over after you fix the hooks into nasal pillow channels. You must become proficient in putting it on or you will be frustrated. Getting it off is by flipping the back strap up towards the crown of the head. Second drawback: the Velcro hose guide for the top strap that holds the tubing is flimsy. It can break in use. If it does, you can use the hose guide from the Swift LT. You can also order the Velcro Tube Retainer for Swift LT for $4 which is less flimsy than the Aloha and fits it well.
Use with a Halo chin strap: The top peace of the Hallo is discarded and the Velcro of the bottom piece fits well into the frame of the Aloha Mask on either side. Getting this on the chin is tricky. It requires that you flip the bottom of the chin strap over the front of the nasal pillows. After the back strap is in place, you can pull the chin strap down over the chin and into place. DO NOT use the top of the Halo chin strap. It will put pressure on the headgear and make the nasal pillows leak or become excessively uncomfortable. This will especially occur if it is inside the headgear.
Care of the nasal pillows: The nasal pillow detach from the swivel portion of the hose, and requires finesse the first time. Look closely at one of the other nasal pillows to see where the seam is located. After you get used to it, this comes off easily. You should wash at least every other day with mild soap and no alcohol. Most liquid soaps contain alcohol.
Cheapest Aloha Headgear is $84.95 and cheapest Halo chin strap is $16.50 (plus $3 shipping if by itself). Ask and they will match the price.
(Posted on 10/4/12)
Even with me, who tosses and turns constantly, this mask does not let up! I am able to breathe easily knowing that despite my movements, or however I end up in the bed, my mask will be in place. It also is on the cheaper end of the spectrum so now I have quality AND great savings.
(Posted on 10/2/12)
best pillow system ever. the seal never breaks and it feels like I have nothing on my face. never had a sore nose, not even the first night.
(Posted on 8/30/12)
Thanks CPAPSHOP. This is one fantastic little pillow!
(Posted on 8/7/12)
love that the wraps came with it!. like velvet. better than my bella. love that it sits under the cheeks where straps should be. very very quiet. please price extra pillows low! thanx
(Posted on 4/23/12)
Having owned 4 different masks in the past 3 years, the most recent the Swift FX, I have to say I love this mask. My FX is a great mask, however with my hair, the back strap creeps up overnight and the mask nearly comes off in mid sleep. I am an aggressive side sleeper & this mask stays put ALL night and is in the same position as when I first put it on. My Resmed S8 AutoSet II is showing ZERO leakage each morning I check the stats. I would have given this mask 5 Stars throughout, however I wish the nasal pillow piece had been double walled construction as the FX. I believe now I can quit experimenting in search of my perfect mask, because I have found it. My hat goes off to the designer of this product. Just as a footnote, this site "TheCpapShop.com" is the best service oriented company I have dealt with in a long time, hat's off to Joe & staff.
(Posted on 4/22/12)
Definitely worth trying. I really like the elbow socket. Although it is not as good as my swift fx, it is a good alternative. Much cheaper as well.
(Posted on 4/13/12)
I have never heard of this company but decided to try this mask since it is much less than my favorite mask - swift FX. It actually is quite nice. It fits well and is great as a secondary mask. Since its about $50 less than the FX, its well worth the try. Thanks for the recommendation!
(Posted on 4/4/12)
Your Aloha is $15.00 less than most online shops so even if I paid shipping, I still would have come out better and I wish I would have found yours first. I know where to come from now on. You have nice prices on everything. I'm only 3 nights into this mask but I can already tell you it's the best pillow mask I've ever tried and I've had six in this design. This Aloha sealed right from the start and I sleep on my stomach so you know how comfortable and sturdy my mask needs to be. Not one leak and no sore nose in the morning, not even the first night. On a scale from one to 10, this is the first pillow mask I would finally rate a 10.
(Posted on 3/12/12)