I didn't mean for him to shop at cpap.com but I had to use some products for explaining what each was.tedtomato wrote:He is based in Europe (as the title implies), so cpap.com is probably not the most convenient online shop.
In addition, they do ask for a written prescription, even when ordering masks or mask replacement, which wouldn't be the case in Europe.
Cpap.com links were used so he could see the various options all in one nice easy place to look.
I didn't have a Europe cpap supplier link handy...I figured he could find his own supplier.
I am well aware of the restrictions that would keep cpap.com from being a good source of most cpap supplies for people outside the US but that doesn't stop me from using their inventory to explain what is available out there.
Once he looks at the various options at cpap.com and decides on what he might want to try then he can find a supplier in Europe or the UK to fix him up.