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AirFit™ F20 - Full Face Mask Size M

£95.00
SKU sec 1 f20 resmed mask clrbg, new sp1 cc
The mask contains magnets that may interfere with certain implants or medical devices. Please refer to the user guide for complete information, including magnet contraindications and warning.

ResMed AirFit™ F20 is a compact full-face mask that offers a very good fit1. Suitable for people who breathe through their mouth.

Key features:

Very good fit: easy to use, AirFit F20 is designed to deliver a robust seal for people of all shapes, sizes and ethnic backgrounds. In fact, a European study showed it fits 94% of people who try it!1
Comfortable: our advanced InfinitySeal™ silicone cushion is designed to adjust to your movements for comfort and stability throughout the night.
Easy to use: magnetic clips for quick fitting. In terms of stability and ease of use, the majority of patients prefer AirFit F20 to the current market-leading full-face mask.1
Extra movement: if you have memories of being woken, put them behind you. Flexible fabric-lined frame delivers breadth of fit while adding comfort.
QuietAir™ vent: the ResMed QuietAir diffuser vent limits noise4 and gently disperses exhaled air, making the AirFit F20 one of ResMed's quietest masks4
Full face: a full-face mask is a smart choice if you breathe through your mouth when you sleep.
Effective therapy: tested to perform up to high therapy pressure5, bilevel and NIV therapies as well as standard CPAP. The mask’s reliable InfinitySeal, advanced technology and good fit1 help to ensure a relaxing therapy experience.

Use of masks with magnetic components is contraindicated in patients with the following pre-existing conditions: a metallic haemostatic clip implanted in the head to repair an aneurysm and/or metallic splinters in one or both eyes.

Please refer to the user guides for relevant information related to any warnings and precautions to be considered before and during use of the products.

Ask your doctor or homecare provider about using ResMed AirFit F20 to treat your sleep apnoea. If you think you might have sleep apnoea but haven't been diagnosed, discuss your concerns with your doctor.