rested gal wrote:Yes, carbonman, I like that pillow very much. The "double edge PAPillow."
It's the one at the top on this page: http://www.cpap.com/productSearch.php?q ... y=papillow
On another note, Hawthorne's pic of his setup was cool. Beside his M series machine, I spied the same heated humidifier I like to use with an M machine. The Fisher and Paykel HC 150 humidifier. Holds a LOT more water than the dinky little M series water chamber. Easier/quicker to fill, too...if you're into "just adding more" (as I am) distilled water, rather than dumping water out every morning.
Georgio, that's a beautiful solution you came up with for hanging the hose with a window behind your bed! Good lab-ratting!
And gasp... glad to hear how the "Hose Buddy" did for you. Sure does look like it would pack easily. Very cool.
Babette wrote:WARNING! THREAD HIJACK!
So.... The great thing about the F&P HC 150 is NOT JUST that you can refill it less often... It has a wider range of HH settings than the dinky M Series HH? Now you've caught my attention. If they have a setting of .5, I'd be interested. 1 can be too much sometimes, and 0 can leave me with dried out membranes.
Can anyone verify that they've found a setting that is LESS than the M series 1 setting, and yet not zero, with the F&P HC 150?
Babette wrote:I didn't buy the new humidifier itself, just the replacement chamber. I am at the end of my FSA plan year, and needed to spend the rest of my money, so I stocked up on CPAP supplies.
I have the old style M Series HH, not the staggered style. But now I have the new improved chamber. And an extra staggered J tube lid. Anyone want it?
yorkiemum01 wrote:Guess I'll never invent anything , but with duct tape and some imagination, you can make anything work!
yorkiemum01 wrote:OK gang..after seeing these pictures, just going to paint you
a visual of my 'headboard revision' that cost me a dollar, its
pure redneck! LOL
Took one new tubesock, cut toe end off, trimmed to fit width
of my headboard (3"" and ran duct-tape through the sock securing it to
the front and back of my headboard.....and ran my tubing through
that. Allows for quiet movement with flexability but its not much to
Guess I'll never invent anything , but with duct tape and some imagination,
you can make anything work!