ResMed ClimateLineAir™ 11 - CPAP Heated Hose For ResMed AirSense™ 11

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Note: This product is for use with the Resmed AirSense 11.

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Introducing the ResMed ClimateLineAir™ 11 CPAP heated hose specifically designed to be used with the ResMed AirSense™ 11 Sleep Apnea CPAP Therapy Device

Sleep Apnea Therapy is now made simple thanks to digital health technology from ResMed. The ResMed ClimateLineAir™ 11 CPAP tubing transfers the desired temperature to your mask. With added features such as a built in sensor to help regulate and monitor your mask, compatibility with ResMed HumidAir humidifier and climate control functionality, 

Our customers love the ClimateLineAir 11 CPAP heated hose as it reduces CPAP side effects, such as dry mouth and CPAP rainout. To conclude, make your CPAP sleep therapy more comfortable with this heated tube!

Everything you need to know about the ResMed ClimateLineAir™ 11 - CPAP Heated Hose For ResMed AirSense™ 11.

Built-In Sensor

The temperature of your heated CPAP tubing is constantly monitored and can be set between 60° and 86°F (16° and 30°C) for optimal sleeping therapy.

Pairable with ResMed HumidAir™

Pair with the ResMed HumidAir™ humidifier and Climate Control mode to automatically adjust the humidity.

Climate Control

Climate Control is available when both ClimateLineAir™ 11 and HumidAir™ 11 are attached. Choose from the recommended auto mode or for more flexibility and control the manual mode.

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