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AirMini AutoSet Travel CPAP [cpap.com]

Free bundled mask (choice of nasal pillows, nasal mask, or full face mask), $0.01 tube brush, additional 20% off, and free next day shipping. Brings the total from $1,023.95 to $679.21.
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im a month late on this deal..8(
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im a month late on this deal..8(
Dang! same here
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any idea when deal ends? My insurance resets in september and i get a fresh round of FSA money if its running through september?
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any idea when deal ends? My insurance resets in september and i get a fresh round of FSA money if its running through september?
bruh... read the previous post
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Back on sale for 679.21
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Does insurance companies ever reimbursed for such purchases?
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Back on sale for 679.21
Neither PERFECT20 nor LABOR2018 got the price down for me. Still shows $849.
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Neither PERFECT20 nor LABOR2018 got the price down for me. Still shows $849.
try LABORDAY18
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try LABORDAY18
That worked, thanks!
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That worked, thanks!
BTW im still a newbie at cpap, is the airmini by far the best one? just been diagnosed with sleep apnea. only getting the airmini due to portability and travel size
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BTW im still a newbie at cpap, is the airmini by far the best one? just been diagnosed with sleep apnea. only getting the airmini due to portability and travel size
I really couldn't tell you. It looks to be the smallest, but it lacks some features that do-it-yourselfers might miss.

The one I use was given to me over 10 years ago by a friend whose dad never used it and eventually passed away. I desperately need a new one, and I'm torn between this and the AirSense 10 for slightly more, but compatible with other universal hoses and a standard humidifier.
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I really couldn't tell you. It looks to be the smallest, but it lacks some features that do-it-yourselfers might miss.

The one I use was given to me over 10 years ago by a friend whose dad never used it and eventually passed away. I desperately need a new one, and I'm torn between this and the AirSense 10 for slightly more, but compatible with other universal hoses and a standard humidifier.
Seems like an odd choice to pick between this and the AirSense 10. This is a small, portable travel CPAP. If you're planning to use your CPAP at home, you definitely should go for the AirSense 10. It has many more features. I have one myself and like it. I'm debating if this portable one is worth it for traveling. The AirSense 10 is small but it's still a pain to lug it around on trips.
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Seems like an odd choice to pick between this and the AirSense 10. This is a small, portable travel CPAP. If you're planning to use your CPAP at home, you definitely should go for the AirSense 10. It has many more features. I have one myself and like it. I'm debating if this portable one is worth it for traveling. The AirSense 10 is small but it's still a pain to lug it around on trips.
From what I've read, you basically don't get a normal humidifier, which I only have to use during the coldest winter months, and you can't get the sleep statistics to import into other third-party software. Otherwise I don't see why it couldn't be used as a daily driver.

The AirSense 10 actually costs a bit more after discounts, which is the main reason I'm seriously looking at the AirMini instead. While the data would be nice to have, I don't know that I'd do much with it.

Alternatively, I could probably pick up a lightly-used AirSense 10 online from someone on Craigslist/Facebook Swap and be out for less than half the cost.
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Wow, that thing looks almost as small as the ResMed ApneaLink sleep testing device I recently used to see if I had sleep apnea.
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