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3B Medical Luna G3 Auto-CPAP

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The Luna G3 PAP line is loaded with new features and settings to make sleep therapy both more comfortable and convenient.

Portable Travel CPAP Machines

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What is a Portable Travel CPAP Machine?

When it comes to sleep equipment, lightweight and compact are often the top of the wishlist. Traditionally, CPAP machines were bulky and heavy and often took up significant space on the bedside table. And if you ever had to spend a night out of the house, packing and taking your machine was a huge inconvenience. Advances in technology now deliver all the features and benefits of a full-sized home unit in some of the smallest CPAP machines on the market today.

These portable, travel-sized CPAP machines continue to grow in popularity for their portability and their power. With features like waterless humidification and optional add-ons like an integrated battery or heated humidifier, there is truly no limit to where you can take your CPAP therapy. Check out this side-by-side comparison of some of the top travel CPAP machines.

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Portable CPAP Machine Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best portable CPAP machine?

To ensure you get the most accurate and effective CPAP therapy possible, select a machine that will be able to fill the prescribed air pressure settings. Additional settings like humidification and battery compatibility should also be taken into consideration to ensure that you stay compliant with your treatment no matter where you go. Here’s our comparison of the Philips Respironics DreamStation Go Auto vs the ResMed AirMini Auto machines.

What is the smallest CPAP machine in the market?

Currently, the smallest portable CPAP machine on the market is the ResMed AirMini CPAP Machine. It weighs approximately 10oz and can fit in the palm of your hand. Here’s a review on the ResMed AirMini.

Does insurance pay for travel CPAP machines?

Most often, insurance providers will not cover the cost of a travel or portable CPAP machine. In these cases, you can go through an insurance DME and pay out of pocket or purchase online with a reputable e-retailer. The benefits of shopping online include competitive pricing, better options, and superior customer service. Learn more about the CPAP Therapy: Insurance vs Online Purchase? here.

What is the quietest travel CPAP machine?

The ResMed AirMini CPAP Machine has a manufacturer rating of 25 dBA, making it the quietest travel CPAP machine on the market. The DreamStation Go Auto CPAP follows closely behind at 30 dBA. Both machines are only slightly louder than a whisper.

How can I use the CPAP machine while camping?

Portable and travel CPAP machines can be used while camping if plugged into an external power source, such as a generator or a battery. It is possible to go camping and stay off-the-grid with a battery option. Learn more about camping on CPAP therapy.

How long does a travel CPAP machine run on battery power?

Most travel CPAP machines are able to run on battery power for approximately 1-2 nights, depending on the machine’s settings. Learn more about CPAP battery options.

What is the life of a travel CPAP machine?

Travel and portable CPAP machines can be used for both everyday use as well as while on-the-go. These CPAP machines can have a device service life of up to 5 years. Learn more about traveling with a CPAP machine.

Can you use a travel CPAP machine all the time?

Today’s portable machines are compact and lightweight travel as well as efficient and sturdy enough for regular use. However, they need to be cared for as instructed. Note: Using a travel device for daily use may result in a shorter device service life than if it only used on occasion. Learn more about both the DreamStation Go Auto and the ResMed AirMini Auto devices.