Respironics DreamStation CPAP Unveiled

October 20, 2015 | CPAP Reviews & Ratings |

Last week we unveiled the DreamWear nasal mask from Philips Respironics. This week, we are announcing the newest CPAP machine from Philips, which has received excellent reviews from OSA patients who volunteered to test the machine.

Philips Respironics DreamStation front view

The DreamStation arrives in a travel case with a padded shoulder strap. Inside the case are the following items:

  • 6 Foot heated tubing
  • 6 Foot non-heated tubing
  • User manuals for the machine and heated humidifier
  • 80 Watt power block and cord
  • DreamStation Machine and heated humidifier (the humidifier detaches)

Features of the new machine include:

  • Color display
  • Swivel tube connection
  • One button release to detach the humidifier
  • Easy release and cleaning of the humidifier chamber
  • Heated humidifier has adaptive mode which senses the room temperatures and adjusts the humidification and heat – also has a pre-heat setting
  • Ambient light
  • Ultrafine filter (disposable)
  • Film filter (washable)
  • SD Card records information about patient’s sleep therapy
  • “My Info” screen provides AHI, Mask Fit, Periodic Breathing, and Sleep Progress as morning reminders
  • Extremely quiet and vibration free
  • Bluetooth wireless technology pairs the machine to a mobile device with DreamMapper App

Three Models Available:

  • CPAP – standard fixed pressure set
  • CPAP Pro – standard fixed pressure set
  • Auto CPAP – auto adjusting to a range of pressures as patient sleeps
  • Also BiPap Machines are available
  • All models come with “Easy Start Ramp” up the pressure feature which makes it easier to fall asleep OR the normal “Opti Start Ramp” for the seasoned CPAP user
  • DC Battery available for portability

The Dream Station is very user-friendly and has a sleek, modern design. The optional battery makes it highly portable, and the patient reminders are very helpful in improving therapy.

Watch Chris from demonstrate the features of the new DreamStation CPAP machine by clicking on our video:

Purchase the new DreamStation machine here:

If you have questions about the new machine, please give us a call at 866-414-9700.

Chris Vasta


Chris Vasta

Over a 10+ year career at PHH Mortgage managing a $100 million portfolio, Chris Vasta learned the ins and outs of the business world. He learned how to establish business relationships, lead a multi-prong team, and implement strategies for long-term growth. In 2007, Vasta used that experience to transition his role into president of The CPAP Shop. Over his tenure, Vasta has been involved in everything from website design to warehouse layout. His hands-on approach with customers has evolved into an in-depth understanding of the challenges of beginning and adhering to sleep therapy. He often provides his insights on product…

6 Comments Leave new

  • Tricia Eyre

    Local S.O.S. in Okanogan, WA. is not responsive for me to order supplies. I need to orer Ultrafine filters # CF1010-1

    Also Soft Mouth piece in small or medium for the Dreamsation

  • d saxt

    anyone having problems with their dreamstation auto cpap not turning off when they remove the mask? 80% of the time mine doesn’t. nor does it reset to a lower pressure when I wake or take it off. mine is set up correctly, but the auto features apparently do not work. when I got up to go to the bathroom the screen said 13.7 and it said the same when I returned to bed 3-4 minutes later. if its acting like this, it probably never goes down when I need less pressure! can anyone explain this? (its important I have a machine that only delivers the minimum pressure I need because I discovered trying to exhale against high pressure has caused my blood sugar to rise 60 points.

  • Doris

    Note: You choose either a heated or non-heated tube, they don’t both come in the case.

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