AirFit F20 Full Face CPAP Mask with QuietAir
The AirFit F20 is a clear culmination of the feedback ResMed have had from their previous mask generations; keep (and improve) what works, and change what does not. Gone is the entirely frosted cushion surface, replaced with a largely smooth surface seen in the Quattro, using only the frosting on the problematic nasal bridge with new supports to aid the seal in this area. Gone are the rubber quick-release tabs for the elbow, with a more durable and easier to use plastic design incorporated. The new inflatable seal and magnetic clips are new technologies that should provide a step forward from previous entries. Overall, these should combine to make the AirFit F20 ResMed’s best full face mask yet, and their internal studies (detailed below) along with early reviews suggest that they do. If you are considering changing to a different full face mask, then the AirFit F20 should be on your shortlist. Small size is no longer available. We can no longer obtain the small size of this mask. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. IMPORTANT – the magnetic clips this mask uses mean it is unsuitable for patients with a pacemaker. Please instead consider a different Full Face CPAP Mask. If you have not used this mask before – please click on the “Downloads” tab below to find the sizing guide. Please do not assume which size you need – the sizing guide will ensure you get the most appropriate size.
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AirFit F20 – new and old technologies combine to make ResMed’s best full face mask yet
- New InfinitySeal silicone cushion designed to accommodate your movements, and tolerate misfitting
- Easy to use magnetic clips* for quick fitting
- Flexible fabric-lined frame delivers breadth of fit while adding comfort
- Plush headgear assists in giving a more comfortable night’s therapy
- “For Her” version available for more tailored therapy (special order item – call 0800 024 8050)
Now with QuietAir elbow! – the F20 mask now includes ResMed’s QuietAir elbow, which reduces noise but 89% and makes exhaled air leave the mask 70% more gently. Both make the F20 more comfortable for both you and your bed partner.
*IMPORTANT – the magnetic clips this mask uses mean it is unsuitable for patients with a pacemaker. Please instead consider a different Full Face CPAP Mask.
The AirFit F20 was designed to comfortably fit the widest range of faces. Indeed, in an internal ResMed study, the AirFit F20 fitted 96.5% of all patients. The mask includes comfort features, such as the adaptive silicone cushion, which aim to provide a secure and comfortable seal for your therapy needs regardless of your face shape or size.
Extensively tested and designed to give you the best therapy experience, AirFit F20 is a proven choice among patients. Recent ResMed internal studies have shown that, when comparing against the current market-leading full-face mask, 86% of the patients prefer the seal of AirFit F20.
A majority of patients in ResMed internal studies also say they prefer AirFit F20 over the current market leader in terms of stability and ease of use.
AirFit F20 – Numerous small advancements combine to great effect
When looking at the ResMed AirFit 20 next to the previous generation, the AirFit F10, there are few visible differences. However there are several small improvements all over, and these combine to make a notable overall improvement to the already-popular F10.
The cushion: The AirFit F20 uses ResMed’s new InfinitySeal cushion design. While similar in shape to the F10, the cushion behaves differently. It effectively inflates towards the face, providing a more cushioned seal and greater flexibility. It should also allow for a looser fit (it is less reliant on being strapped tight to seal), and the wider contact area with the face reduces the risk of pressures sores. Finally, the cushion combines two silicone finishes from previous mask; the F10 cushion had a frosted finish which sacrificed a little grip compared to the smooth finish previous ResMed mask (such as the Quattro), in return for a softer feel and markings. With the F20, the majority of the cushion is the superior grip of the smooth finish, with the frosted texture used on the nasal bridge – the most problematic area for skin damage. ResMed have added stays on the inside of the cushion to prevent the reduced grip in the area causing the cushion to leak into the eyes. Initial reviews for this new mask suggest this design works very well, providing the best overall balance of seal and comfort of any ResMed mask to date.
Magnetic headgear clips: The AirFit F20 is the first ResMed full face mask to have magnetic headgear clips. There are numerous advantages to this style clip; they are far easier to apply, as the magnet gets pulled into place automatically, and also to remove. They are also not reliant on a relatively small hook of plastic, which is typically the first part of a CPAP mask to fail. The magnets are actively pulling the tab onto the mask throughout the night, so the risk of it detaching during sleep if greatly reduced compared to a hook design that can work its way loose or off. Overall, this is a big improvement over previous ResMed designs and we would expect this to now be the standard for all of their mask in the future.
Fabric frame supports: The “arms” the got from the main frame of the AirFit F20 to the headgear now have a fabric cover, unlike the AirFit F10 or the Quattro FX. This fabric cover prevents unnecessary silicone contact with the skin, which can be uncomfortable and cause marks or skin irritation.
Elbow and exhalation: The AirFit F10 had a quick-release elbow, which was very useful for getting up during the night without having the remove and re-fit the mask; you simply squeezed the elbow on either side to release it from the main mask. The AirFit F20 has redesigned the tabs to be made of plastic rather than rubber, so should be easier to push and also more durable. The exhalation port has also been redesigned, and early reviews suggest it is now notably quieter than the old F10 design.
AirFit F20 – the best ResMed full face mask?
The AirFit F20 is a clear culmination of the feedback ResMed have had from their previous mask generations; keep (and improve) what works, and change what does not. Gone is the entirely frosted cushion surface, replaced with a largely smooth surface seen in the Quattro, using only the frosting on the problematic nasal bridge with new supports to aid the seal in this area. Gone are the rubber quick-release tabs for the elbow, with a more durable and easier to use plastic design incorporated. The new inflatable seal and magnetic clips are new technologies that should provide a step forward from previous entries. Overall, these should combine to make the AirFit F20 ResMed’s best full face mask yet, and their internal studies (detailed above) along with early reviews suggest that they do. If you are considering changing to a different full face mask, then the AirFit F20 should be on your shortlist.
Sizing your ResMed AirFit F20 CPAP mask
We have found that the AirFit F20 does not always size up the same as other CPAP masks; including previous ResMed masks. We therefore strongly recommend using the Sizing Gauge in the Downloads tab above before ordering, and not to assume that being a medium in your current mask means you will be a medium in the AirFit F20. We always recommend using a sizing gauge when purchasing any CPAP mask for the first time, but with the ResMed AirFit F20 it is particularly important. Please note: all sizes of mask will be supplied with the standard sized headgear – this is a long-standing ResMed policy across all of their masks and is beyond our control. If a larger or smaller headgear is required this will need to be purchased separately (it can be found here) and cannot be exchanged/swapped with the one supplied. However the regular size fits the vast majority of patients, regardless of mask size.
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Large, Medium, Small
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Mask Fit Insurance is available for this mask
If you are considering trying this mask for the first time, you can order in confidence using Mask Fit Insurance.
Mask Fit Insurance costs £14.99 for nasal masks and £19.99 for full face masks, and allows you to return this mask for a refund if unsuitable.
You have 28 days from the dispatch date to assess the mask and notify us that you are unhappy with it for any reason. You can return it and have it refunded (we must receive it back within 7 days of being notified).
The fee for the insurance is non-refundable once the mask is opened, nor are any outgoing postage costs. The mask itself will be refunded in full.
A pre-paid returns label will be included for customers in the UK. We strongly recommend getting a proof of postage (which is free) as returns not received cannot be refunded. For overseas customers, the return postage will need to be arranged by the customer and this cannot be reimbursed.
CPAP masks purchased without insurance cannot be returned/refunded once opened for hygiene reasons, as explained in our returns policy.
Mask Fit Insurance must be ordered at the same time as the mask in question, and cannot be added retroactively.
Intus Healthcare reserve the right not to honour any orders containing multiple masks purchased with Insurance; please instead choose which mask you feel is most suitable and select the size required as per the sizing gauge (if applicable). Should you subsequently determine a different mask or size is required, you can of course return the first and order the other.
If you need any further information, please use the chat function (if available), or contact us.
How can I look after this mask?
It’s recommended that your mask should be washed daily, avoiding antibacterial soap as it will cause damage to the silicone mask cushion. Also washing your face before applying the mask will be beneficial to your quality of CPAP therapy.
We have a number of products to help keep your Resmed F10 in peak condition, we would suggest picking up some CPAP Mask Wipes
Why would I need a full face mask?
A full face mask is recommended if you breathe through your mouth while you sleep, even if only for short periods. The Resmed F10 Full Face mask will allow CPAP therapy for both the nasal passageways as well as the mouth.
When will I need to replace my mask cushion?
It is recommended to replace your Resmed F10 Full Face mask cushion every nine months on average. The headgear should be replaced as and when the elasticity is no longer effective. Both can be found on the Airfit F10 Parts page.
It can sometimes be more cost effective to replace the entire mask, particularly if you need both the cushion and the headgear.
It is strongly recommended to replace mask cushions and pillows as soon as they start to soften. This will lead to air leaks which will reduce the effectiveness of CPAP.
Are there any alternatives to the Resmed F10 Full Face mask?
We have plenty of Full Face masks available for purchase on our online stores. Some other popular full face CPAP masks that are the Sleepweaver Full Face CPAP Mask
Do I need a prescription to order the AirFit F10 CPAP mask?
No. Only CPAP machines require a prescription; all other items on our site are provided on a self-declared prescription basis during the checkout process.
This mask is out of stock, what do I do?
If you e-mail us at email@example.com or call us at 0844 504 9999 stating that you are interested in ordering the Resmed F10 Full Face mask we can order it in especially and have it delivered as soon as possible.
Have a specific enquiry about this F10 left unanswered?
Please get in touch – you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0800 024 8050.