Resmed Airfit F20 Full Face Mask System with Headgear

As low as $129.00
SKU
AirFitF20FullFaceMask

Prescription Required

The ResMed AirFit™ F20 Full Face CPAP Mask with Headgear  is designed to help provide a proper seal to users with various facial structures. The InfinitySeal™ cushion, soft frame, and plush headgear provide comfort along with versatility.

Please fax a copy of your prescription to 1.800.943.1795 or email it to info@liferested.com.  You may also upload a copy of your prescription during the account creation process or upload it in the Account Information section of your account profile.

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Product Details

Designed to fit every face with ease, AirFit F20 combines innovative cushion design with easy-to-use features to deliver an outstanding experience for full face mask users. The full cushion design covers both your nose and mouth, allowing you to breath freely from either. This mask comfortably moves with you throughout the night, regardless of sleep position and features a plush headgear and soft, flexible frame for maximum comfort. Designed to be put on and taken off quickly and easily. The frame of the AirFit™ N20 Nasal CPAP Mask is flexible and soft to the touch. The frame has integrated padding to help avoid irritation, and rests below the eyes to keep line of sight open. The frame is flexible, allowing it to adapt to the user for initial fit and as positions change during the night. The AIrFit F20 is available in small, medium, and large sizes.

Product Features

Infiinty Seal Cushion

The InfinitySeal™ Full Face cushion is a newly designed seal intended for various pressures in order to strengthen the seal throughout CPAP therapy. This cushion pairs with the newly designed frame which is intended to fit a number of different face types and structures. Together, the InfinitySeal™ and frame work to help improve CPAP results.

Padded Headgear with Magnetic Clips

The padded headgear glides along the circumference of the head, leaving a portion of the head untouched. The padding is built into the design to offer additional comfort. Magnetic headgear clips connect the bottom headgear straps to the base of the cushion. Easily lift the clip from its magnetic attachment to disengage the mask from your face without destroying the fit.

Quick Release Elbow with Diffuser

The AirFit™ F20 elbow extends from a circular, white attachment which connects to the opening in the middle of the InfinitySeal™ cushion. The round component is lined by many, tiny holes which diffuse the sound of the air as it is being released from the mask. This aspect of the design is anticipated to help quiet the CPAP therapy making it more enjoyable for the user and their bed partner. The elbow can be removed from the CPAP hose quickly and efficiently. If you get up in the middle of the night, slide the CPAP hose from the base of the elbow. This feature allows the user to quickly stop and start therapy without the need to disrupt the mask.

QuietAir Elbow

ResMed has developed a new QuietAir Elbow for the F20 Series of CPAP masks which is 89% quieter than the previous elbow allowing for a more peaceful sleep for you and your partner.

Product FAQs

How do I choose the right mask for me?

We’ve created multiple different categories that allow you to shop our mask selection based on your sleep patterns. If you would like assistance in selecting the best mask for you, feel free to call us at 888.881.3991.

 

What do I do if the mask I’ve selected isn’t working for me?

Our risk-free mask policy gives you 30 days to return your mask at no cost to you. Don’t give up after just a night or two though. Every mask is different and it will take some time to get used to the fit. Try out your mask for several days. If after giving it a chance, you still don’t like it, simple return it and select a new one. We’re here to help! Call us if your having trouble finding the perfect fit! 888.881.3991.

 

What are the different types of options?

There are three primary types of masks. Full Face, Nasal, and Nasal Pillows.

Full masks cover the nose and mouth and are the best choice for mouth breathers.

Nasal masks fit over the nose, covering the areas from the bridge of the nose down to the upper lip. The nasal cushion serves as an air pocket inflating with air which leads to a more natural breathing experience.

Nasal pillow masks are compact and lightweight with minimal facial contact. Two small cushions fit into or around the nostrils and direct airflow into the nose.

 

How often should I clean my mask?

You should clean your mask every day, or after each use. You should clean your headgear and tubing every week.

You should hand wash your mask and headgear by gently rubbing in warm water with mild soap. All components should be rinsed well with drinking-quality water and allowed to air dry out of direct sunlight.

Automated cleaning systems and cleaning wipes are great alternatives as long as you are using them regularly.

 

I’m not getting a good seal without making my mask really tight. Did I get the right size?

Needing to over-tighten your mask may mean you have the wrong cushion size or headgear. Call us and we’ll help you figure it out! 888.881.3991.

 

I can’t seem to get my mask to stop leaking. What should I do?

There are several reasons that your mask may be leaking. You may be using the wrong size cushion size or headgear. It’s also possible that you have chosen a mask style that doesn’t work for your facial contours or sleep patterns. Or, it your mask parts may simply be worn and need to be replaced. We can help you figure out what the problem might be by calling us at 888.881.3991.

 

How often should I replace my mask and parts?

Worn out parts can render your CPAP therapy ineffective so it’s important that you regularly replace your mask and parts. We recommend you replace these items based on the below schedule:

Mask System – Every 3 months

Cushions and Pillows – 1-2 times per month

Headgear – Every 6 months

Chinstrap – Every 6 months

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