neverbetter wrote:Remember, on the Bravo as well as the Swift I and II,
TIGHTEN the BACK FIRST with the top loose , then tighten the top to get a snugger fit. If you tighten the top first, it will not be as stable and the headgear will sit an inch above your ear and feel as if it's going to hike up off your head at night. Same with Swift .The Bravo headgear should be down to your ears and the y area of the headgear should curve in back of your ear, not an inch above. The headgear will be much higher on your head and lower on the crown of your head in the back and FIT LIKE A DREAM. Try it.
The Swift gives these instructions, I don't remember if Bravo does. It probably does. It's so important to the light design of these masks.
|Mask: Aloha Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask with Headgear|
|Humidifier: PR System One 60 Series Heated Tube Humidifier with Heated Tube|
|Additional Comments: Puresom Ruby Adjustable Chinstrap, upgrading all in July|
rested gal wrote:Oh, then I should have given you the modified Lab Rat trophy! (Thanks! )
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