CPAP Machines

EU-PAP is home to Europe's largest selection of CPAP Machines. Whatever requirements or preferences you have, you're sure to find the right CPAP machine to treat your sleep apnea. Need some help before choosing which CPAP machine you need? You can read our CPAP Machine FAQ at the bottom of the page to help answer on queries you may have.

Anything CPAP machine questions still left answered? Then you can Contact Us via phone or email and we'll be more than happy to help you get the right CPAP machine for you. Note that CPAP masks are always sold separately (Why?).

What type or brand of CPAP machine are you looking for?

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  1. SleepCube AutoAdjust Plus Auto-CPAPby Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare

    £399.00
    The SleepCube AutoAdjust Plus Auto CPAP has the same great features and design that made the regular SleepCube so popular, but they've now added SmartFlex exhalation relief. This allows it to reduce the pressure during exhalation, making it more natural and comfortable. Add this to a feature list that includes quiet operation, a compact design, the option to add one of the most convenient humidifiers available and a three-year warranty and you have one of the best all-round machines available.
  2. Transcend II Portable MiniCPAP System Starter Kitby Somnetics

    £399.00

    If you want your CPAP to fit around your lifestyle, and not the other way round, then the Transcend CPAP System is what you're looking for. Its incredibly compact design is complemented by a range of accessories to suit your needs. Tiny batteries, DC options, and a sturdy docking unit give you a range of options to make the Transcend your ideal CPAP companion.

    Please note: This machine is now simply known as the Transcend CPAP - the 'II' has been dropped from the name. Rest assured, we only ever provide the latest versions of all of our machines.

  3. System One REMstar 60 Auto CPAP Systemby Philips Respironics

    £475.00
    Another leap forward from the successful M-Series, the all new System One REMstar 60 CPAP Auto machine features A-Flex; providing pressure relief at exhalation as well as softening the pressure transition from inhalation to exhalation for optimum breathing comfort. Combining years of experience with the feedback of thousands of CPAP users, Philips Respironics have created their most advanced CPAP system yet.

  4. £315.00

    Another leap forward from the successful M-Series, the all new System One REMstar 60 CPAP Machines feature C-Flex+; providing pressure relief at the beginning of exhalation as well as softening the pressure transition from inhalation to exhalation for optimum breathing comfort. Respironics have combined years of experience with extensive customer feedback to create an incredibly advanced and reliable CPAP machine.

  5. Transcend Auto Portable MiniCPAP Machineby Somnetics

    £499.00

    The Transcend Auto is the ultimate travel companion. If you take your CPAP machine with you for work or pleasure, then the Transcend Auto's compact size and weight makes it easy. Plus, the optional battery packs are similarly small, meaning you no longer have to lug around a bulky, heavy battery pack. Revolutionise your travelling with a Transcend Auto CPAP Machine. Plus - its high build quality and specifications mean can be used as your primary machine, too.

    Buy any Transcend Battery at the same time as your Transcend Auto and you will receive an automatic £50 discount during the checkout!

  6. DreamStation Go Auto CPAP Machineby Philips Respironics

    £699.00

    The DreamStation Go is the first dedicated travel machine from Philips Resprionics. It allows you to seemelessly continue your CPAP therapy without any compromises to your comfort or compliance reporting. This is because it uses the exact same software and algorithms as the regular DreamStation - and syncs to your existing DreamMapper accounts through the built-in Bluetooth.

  7. DreamStation Pro CPAP Machineby Philips Respironics

    £375.00
    The DreamStation Pro from Philips Respironics represents the latest is CPAP technology. From bluetooth connectivity to automatic temperature adjustment in the optional humidifier, the DreamStation features numerous new features and refinements of existing ones to provide a truly patient-focused range of CPAP machines. Sleek, user friendly and highly effective, the DreamStation is unquestionably one of the most advanced CPAP machines ever made.
  8. DreamStation Auto CPAP Machineby Philips Respironics

    £569.00
    The DreamStation Auto from Philips Respironics represents the latest in CPAP technology. From bluetooth connectivity to automatic temperature adjustment in the optional humidifier, the DreamStation features numerous new features and refinements of existing ones to provide a truly patient-focused range of CPAP machines. Sleek, user friendly and highly effective, the DreamStation is unquestionably one of the most advanced CPAP machines ever made.
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    DeVilbiss Blue Auto CPAP Machine

    DeVilbiss Blue Auto Plus Automatic CPAP Machineby Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare

    Regular Price: £599.00

    Special Price £549.00

    The algorithm in the DeVilbiss Blue sets a new standard of data and performance. Improved sensitivity to a full spectrum of respiratory events means it detects more data and responds to a new level of accuracy, giving the user the most comfortable experience. Its powerful logic allows the DeVilbiss Blue to differentiate and report simple Obstructive Apnoea from more complex scenarios, including Central Apnoea and mixed disease.

  10. ICON+ Auto CPAP Machine with Humidifierby Fisher & Paykel

    £995.00

    Out of stock

    Please note that the ICON+ Auto CPAP Machine with Humidifier was discontinued on 31/08/2018

    The Fisher & Paykel ICON+ Auto CPAP Machine really does have everything - compact size, built-in humidification, an alarm clock, heated tubing and a modern, stylish design. The ICON+ is the result of years of research conducted by Fisher & Paykel, combining their technology with the input of CPAP users worldwide. The results is one of the most intelligent CPAP machines to date.

  11. ICON Premo CPAP Machine with Humidifierby Fisher & Paykel

    £699.00

    The Fisher & Paykel ICON Premo CPAP Machine really does have everything - compact size, built-in humidification, an alarm clock, heated tubing and a modern, stylish design. The ICON is the result of years of research conducted by Fisher & Paykel, combining their technology with the input of CPAP users worldwide. The results is one of the most intelligent CPAP machines to date.

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CPAP Machine FAQ (click to reveal the answer)

1) What is a CPAP machine?

A CPAP Machine is primarily used to treat Obstructive Sleep Apnoea; a sleep disorder that causes multiple breathing interruptions throughout the night. It is typically caused by the throat collapsing, blocking or restricting the airflow. A CPAP machine blows air into the airway, creating enough pressure to prevent the airway from closing and therefore allowing the patient to breath without interruption.

2) Can I get a CPAP machine from you?

You must have conducted a sleep study that demonstrated you required a CPAP machine and be able to provide us with written confirmation of this. A sleep study can be conducted by the NHS or privately. If you have not yet done a sleep study, then please see our website dedicated to quick, confidential studies starting at £99.

3) Which CPAP machine is right for me?

There are two types of CPAP machine - fixed pressure CPAP machines (often simply called CPAPs), and Automatic CPAP machines (sometimes called APAPs or Auto CPAPs). If you have been prescribed a specific pressure by a clinician or GP then you have the option of getting a fixed-pressure CPAP machine, though you may prefer to buy an automatic CPAP machine anyway. If you have done a sleep study but have not been given a specific pressure setting then you would need to choose an automatic machine. If you have not done a sleep study yet then you would need to do a sleep study, which will allow you to then purchase an automatic CPAP machine.

4) Do I need a humidifier with my CPAP machine?

Some people experience a dry mouth when waking after using a CPAP machine. A humidifier is used to prevent this. If you already experience this prior to CPAP then a CPAP machine is likely to exacerbate this and a humidifier is therefore recommended. If you do not already experience a dry mouth, then you may prefer to go without the humidifier initially to see how you get on, as you can always purchase a humidifier at a later time if required. For our full guide to CPAP humidification please click here.

5) Which CPAP machine is the best?

There is no simple answer to this; it depends on your individual requirements. We only sell CPAP machines that meet all of the industry standards, so there will be technically very little between them. You can therefore choose a CPAP machine knowing whichever you go for, your therapy will be of a high standard. However you can choose based on factors such as size, simplicity, data recording, portability, and even simply aesthetics! All of our CPAP machines have detailed descriptions to help you decide but should you need any additional guidance then please contact us and we will be able to help you decide.

6) What comes included with my CPAP machine?

All CPAP machines come with the machine, power supply, tubing, some filters and a user manual. Most also come with a carry bag. Details of exactly what is included with each CPAP machine can be found on its respective page. If it is the first CPAP machine you have purchased from us then we will include our "Setting Up and Settling In" guide to CPAP therapy free of charge.

7) Is a mask included with my CPAP machine?

No, we never include a CPAP mask simply because there is no one mask that suits everybody. We would therefore be charging for something which may well not suit you. We therefore provide our CPAP machines without a mask, to keep the cost down and allow you to choose a mask that you feel suits your requirements. If you are unsure which CPAP mask to go for, you can read our useful guide here.

8) Do CPAP machines require servicing or maintenance?

Other than routine changing of the filters as set out in the user manual for the specific CPAP machine, it requires no other routine maintenance or servicing. Most machines have two filters, one which needs replacing each month and the other every 3-6 months. Should a fault develop within the warranty period (typically 2 years) through no fault of your own then Intus will faciliate a repair or replacement at no expense to you. Outside of the warranty period any repairs would usually be carried out directly by the manufacturer at a cost agreed between them and you directly.

Need help choosing a CPAP machine?

Choosing a CPAP machine may look like a minefield; particularly if you have only just been diagnosed with Sleep Apnoea. However, once you know what to look for it is very simple to find the right machine for you. That is why we have written a guide to help you narrow down your choices and give you a greater understanding of exactly what it is you are choosing, ensuring you get the machine that is perfect for you.

Have a read of our CPAP Machine Advice page to help you understand what you're looking for. Still help help? Give us a call on 0844 504 9999 or email us through the Contact Us form.