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[Sleepeh.ca] Cpap Masks $89

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Cpap Masks $89

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Price:
$89
Expiry:
February 28, 2019
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Sleepeh.ca
Selected CPAP masks sale priced for $89:

1. Pico nasal fitpack
2. Wisp nasal fitpack
3. Nuance and Nuance Pro nasal pillows

Other masks that are well priced as follows:

Dreamwear nasal cushions or nasal pillows fitpack $82.88
Eson2 nasal $92
Airfit P10 nasal pillows fitpack $95

Dave
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Wisp masks (complete with 3 sizes), with the better soft frame not the hard frame, are usually about $50-$60 on Amazon.

Currently $62, which is the highest I’ve seen them for a while.

No taxes added and free delivery.
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Aug 11, 2006
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is it an ontario company? does the receipt works with insurance company? this is a great deal if the above condition met
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My current CPAP equipment provider tells me that insurance will only cover the CPAP supplies if I buy from them. Are they full of sh!t?
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Sep 16, 2013
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Medicine Hat, AB
Best to ask insurance directly. My feeling is that your equipment provider is full of it but before you go somewhere else you may want to be aware of any providers that your insurance will not recognize. It should only take a quick phone call to be sure.
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.fess wrote:
Feb 15th, 2019 11:40 am
My current CPAP equipment provider tells me that insurance will only cover the CPAP supplies if I buy from them. Are they full of sh!t?
This nonsense and I would not do any more business with a company who tells such blatant lies.

My local company charges $300 for a mask. I bought my last one online for $100 as well as some spare parts and my insurance reimbursed me. I will only go back every 5y for a new machine.
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BritsinCanada wrote:
Feb 15th, 2019 10:02 am
Wisp masks (complete with 3 sizes), with the better soft frame not the hard frame, are usually about $50-$60 on Amazon.

Currently $62, which is the highest I’ve seen them for a while.

No taxes added and free delivery.
I prefer the clear frame over the fabric frame. Unfortunately I get a major pressure sore on the bridge of my nose quite often with either Wisp frame.

Using the Eson2 or Pico most often.

Dave
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Sep 3, 2014
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DavidY wrote:
Feb 15th, 2019 9:32 pm
I get a major pressure sore on the bridge of my nose quite often with either Wisp frame.
Yep, I know that one. With me, I got the sore, but it went after a few days and never came back...

I much prefer it to the Dreamwear nasal pillows that I had originally. They gave me sores under my nose and I can’t be doing with the tube out of the top of my head Face With Tears Of Joy
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Dec 18, 2017
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I recently started using a CPAP and P10 has been the best for me (compared to others I tried), is the Nuance or any other nasal pillow better?
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Jul 16, 2008
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Mississauga
I have Greenshield and they reimbursed me for a mask from sleepeh.ca
Newbie
Sep 5, 2007
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Toronto, Ontario
anyone know a cheap place to buy CPAP filters?

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