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Sellout.Woot has select CPAP Accessories on clearance for prices listed below. Shipping is free w/ Amazon Prime, otherwise shipping is a $6 flat-rate charge. Thanks Cptn_shakespeare


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It's not necessarily slick but would've saved me some good money since I just replaced all my stock. I do not believe you can use HSA cards through woot, which would be a downside, but I just paid double many of these prices for the same products doing my semi-annual restock through Amazon. Hopefully, someone can benefit from this Smilie

Here is what I found quickly skimming their clearance. There may be more I missed.

ResMed Climate Line Heated Tube
https://sellout.woot.com/offers/resmed-climate-line-air-heated-tube-1?ref=w_disc​ [woot.com]

Respironics Inc Amara View Headset (standard size)
https://sellout.woot.com/offers/respironics-inc-amara-view-headgear-1?ref=w_disc​ [woot.com]

AirTouch CPAP Mask Cushion (Medium)
https://sellout.woot.com/offers/airtouch-cpap-mask-cushion-medium?ref=w_disc​ [woot.com]

AirTouch CPAP Mask Cushion (Large)
https://sellout.woot.com/offers/resmed-airtouch-cushion-large-1?ref=w_disc​ [woot.com]

Fisher and Paykel Simplus Seal (Medium)
https://sellout.woot.com/offers/fisher-and-paykel-simplus-seal-medium-1?ref=w_disc​ [woot.com]

ResMed AirFit F20 Replacement Headgear (Large)
https://sellout.woot.com/offers/resmed-airfit-f20-replacement-headgear-1?ref=w_disc​ [woot.com] OOS





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I was in the same boat with high deductible plans and I had to pay the total cost which ended up being three to four times the cost if I had bought them myself without going thru the doctor and insurance equipment ripoff company.

And fyi, lots of insurances forced high deductible plans well before Obamacare. Should I be thanking Bush Jr for that or focus on the real culprits and the scam insurance companies which seem to make higher profits every year...
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Why not blame the insurance companies who are making billions a year off your health and well being, paying CEO's multi millions of dollars to put profit over your health? Confused
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Thank You! Thank You! Ive been a cpap user for 17 yrs. The Respironics ComfortGel Blue has been my goto mask for years. Last year I tried the memory foam F20 and fell in love with it. Until it started leaking after a month and a replacement cushion was 60 bucks. No way am I paying 720 a year for cushions. That was going thru cpap.com, who is the cheapest cpap supplier I have found. I went back to the ComfortGel. I just placed 2 different orders for 10 each. Hopefully that should take care of me for a couple years. My HSA card was denied.

For those of you that are new to cpap therapy. Dont give up! Its hard at first but it can be a true life saver and changer. Keep trying different masks until you find what you like. For me it is cheaper to buy the machine than rent thru the insurance company. Ive dealt with cpap.com for years and service has been top notch. They offer insurance for a few dollars on the masks. If you dont like it you can return it. Great way to try different masks without spending a fortune. Most suppliers are once pkg is opened you own it. Im not affiliated with them but feel they deserve a little SD love.

Happy sleeping
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Good find. Those are some good prices on stuff that rarely ever gets deep discounts. The AirTouch cushion is a surprise as it normally retails for $60 and even eBay seldom drops below $30.

For anyone interested, the AirTouch will fit in the normal F20 mask/headgear. Also, the AirTouch uses memory foam (instead of the rubber stuff found on the AirFit), so it can fit a bit better and eliminate some minor leaks.

A few additions:
Respironics Wisp Nasal CPAP Mask Replacement Frame Clear
$8.19

https://sellout.woot.com/offers/r...ment-frame

Philips Respironics 30oz cup Wisp Large Headgear $13.23
https://sellout.woot.com/offers/p...e-headgear


Philips Respironics DreamWear Nasal Cushion (Medium) $7.43
https://sellout.woot.com/offers/p...al-cushion
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You can absolutely use your HSA card through woot. What you spend it on is between you and the IRS. You just have to keep your receipts in case you get audited.
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I am looking for a full mask as right now I have the nasal type and hate it; any recommendations? Thanks in advance.
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I am looking for a full mask as right now I have the nasal type and hate it; any recommendations? Thanks in advance.
I have the F20 full mask by Resmed. Liking it so far!
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Oops, thought the pic was toilet waterline and thought title was "Crap accessories "
Haha I'm in the exact same boat.
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Up to 5% back at some sites.
Got that heated toilet line. 😉
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I am looking for a full mask as right now I have the nasal type and hate it; any recommendations? Thanks in advance.
I couldn't use the nasal type because my mouth opens while I'm asleep. I didn't like the idea of a chin strap.

I didn't like the full mask so I went with the arma vue (https://www.cpap.com/productpage/...w-fit-pack)

Theres also a ResMed F30 (https://www.cpap.com/productpage/...k-headgear)

I like it enough. The Arna Vue does have a weird vent and took me awhile to get it to not blow into my eyes. But once adjusted I don't feel a thing and sleep soundly. This is the first mask that I liked.
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I am looking for a full mask as right now I have the nasal type and hate it; any recommendations? Thanks in advance.
Fisher and Paykel Simplus Seal (Medium)
https://sellout.woot.com/offers/f...=w_disc​ [woot.com

I have been using this mask for about 5 years and seals good and comfortable.
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Man seeing these prices makes me really appreciate the fact that the VA gives me bags full of these things whenever I ask.
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Wow.. after seeing these prices I realized how lucky I am to get my CPAP and accessories through the VA.

Whenever I go in I'll pop in and ask for a refill and they'll give me a few bags full of spare accessories. I never realized how expensive these damn things were.

Now if only I could find a clearanced out travel cpap.
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I am looking for a full mask as right now I have the nasal type and hate it; any recommendations? Thanks in advance.
Resmed Airtouch F20 is a nice full face mask with a memory foam cushion. The new full face mask styles only cover the bottom of the nose and mouth are nice as well. This includes the Amara View, Dreamwear Full Face Mask, and the Resmed F30. Keep in mind that while the full face masks will allow you to breathe through your mouth, they tend to leak more than the nasal masks. If you can keep your mouth closed, you're almost always better off with a nasal mask.
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