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ResMed AirFit™ P10 Nasal Pillow Mask Replacement Headgear

by ResMed
SKU 62935
Color: Standard

Replacement headgear for ResMed's AirFit™ P10 Nasal Pillow mask. Does not include frame system or mask.

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  • Stable Frame for Night Sleepers: Equipped with the QuickFit™ elastic head gear for maximum comfort and stability when changing sleeping positions throughout the night.
    Nasal Pillows: Light weight, flexible nasal pillows allow for a proper seal and a snug fit, for minimal air leakage and chafing. They are easy to clean and even easier to use. 

    Minimalist Design: Designed to be compact and simplistic, the AirFit™ P10 is easy to adjust, clean, and doesn't obstruct the view of the user. Perfect for those who like reading or watching TV before bed, as well as patients who might struggle with too many adjustment options. 

  • Pillow Sizes: The P10 comes with several different sizes making it an option for just about anyone. Available Sizes Include: Extra-Small, Small, Medium, and Large.

    This Product Includes: Mask, Head Gear, Nasal Pillow Fit Pack (S,M,L), and 2 Head Gear Clips.

    Mask & Tube Measurements: Head Gear Length: 19.25 Inches / Head Gear Width: .75 Inch / Flexi-tube Length INCLUDING Swivel: 17 Inches / Flexi-tube Length EXCLUDING Swivel: 15 Inches. 

    Cleaning: The mask should be wiped down daily and hand washed once a week with warm water and a mild detergent. The head gear should be hand washed weekly with warm water and a mild detergent. Both the mask and head gear should be rinsed well and left to air dry after each cleaning. 

  • AirFit™ P10 Replacement Pillows

    PAP Devices

    PAP Tubing

    Cleaners & Supplies

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