ResMed AirFit P30i Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask Review

ResMed AirFit P30i Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask Review

Lofta is focused on offering the best collection of CPAP masks for those who are treating Sleep Apnea. Lofta is pleased to offer ResMed’s AirFit P30i Nasal Pillow CPAP mask.  This is part of the “Freedom” category from ResMed due to the freedom of movement the tube-up design offers.

 

AirFit P30i

The P30i is a nasal pillow mask with a top-of-head connection that is designed to keep your tubing out of sight and out of your way, allowing you to maneuver comfortably and sleep in any position you want.

The slip-on design makes the mask easy to put on and remove. Additionally, the quick release elbow allows you to disconnect without the hassle of removing your whole mask when needing to get up at night.

The silicone pillow cushion is comfortable, easy to fit and stays securely in place due to its unique streamlined design. Lastly, ResMeds trademarked QuietAir vent reduces sound to quieter than a soft whisper.

Pros:

  • Tube-up attachment with 360-degree swivel allows for more freedom of movement.
  • Minimal design allows for clear line of sight (can wear glasses).

Cons:

  • If you require higher CPAP pressures you may want to explore our nasal style masks which cover your nose rather than a pillow or cradle style mask.
  • If you trend to be a “mouth breather” or are frequently congested you may want to explore our family of full masks or hybrid full masks so that you can breathe either from your nose and/or mouth.
  • Some individuals prefer not to have a cushion in their nostrils.

AirFit P30i is perfect for:

  • CPAP users who are active in their sleep and sleep in various positions.
  • Users who read or watch TV before bed.

Lofta emphasises the importance of cleaning your CPAP supplies - particularly your mask. An independent study commissioned by ResMed identified that 6 out of 10 CPAP users reported improved sleep after replacing their supplies. At Lofta, we recommend replacing your cushion every 1-2 months and the complete mask every 6 months.

An easy, hassle-free method to manage your cushion and mask replacement is to set up recurring orders with our subscription service.

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