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SleepWeaver Anew - the comfort of cloth in a full face mask
The SleepWeaver Anew is the first soft cloth full face CPAP mask. Nasal CPAP users have enjoyed the revolutionary comfort of cloth for several years, and now full face users can benefit from the unique SleepWeaver design, too.
The SleepWeaver cloth masks have changed the lives of many PAP users since launching three years ago, and are now firmly established as the most comfortable CPAP masks available. There are no more hard plastic parts in contact with the skin, or silicone to cause irritation.
As with other SleepWeaver masks, the SleepWeaver Anew works by inflating to create the seal. The black inner lining is pushed against the face to form a secure, comfortable seal. Being made of cloth, it is naturally adaptable to almost any facial variable, making is easy to get comfortable with.
The SleepWeaver Anew borrows many of the design features of the premium SleepWeaver Elan Nasal Mask. Most notably, this includes the low-sitting nasal cushion that frees up the wearer's field of vision by sitting lower on the nasal bridge. This is combined with a separate oral seal. By having two separate seals combined, rather than one covering nose and mouth, the SleepWeaver Anew reduces the potential facial variables and allows it to fit a broader range of wearers than most conventional full face masks.
Medium SleepWeaver Anew size fits most
The SleepWeaver Anew comes in three different sizes, but 90% of wearers will find the Medium to be right for them. If you currently use a petite or extra large full face mask, you may want to opt for the small or large size Anew respectively. However if you are using a small, medium or large mask, then the medium SleepWeaver Anew should be right for you.
The broad headgear straps means few, if any, pressure points on the face or head, providing greater comfort but exceptional stability. The headgear has four adjustment points to get it to fit just right.
If you've had comfort, fitting or sealing issues with your regular full face mask, then make the switch to cloth with the SleepWeaver Anew today and join the thousands who have had their CPAP therapy transformed by a SleepWeaver mask.
How to fit the SleepWeaver Anew - 2 minute Quick Tips video
The SleepWeaver masks are made from cloth, and therefore the technique for getting them to fit varies greatly from a typical CPAP mask. Below are a couple of short videos to help you get the SleepWeaver Anew working for you. The first is specifically for the SleepWeaver Anew, while the second is for the SleepWeaver range in general. Please watch both, they're only a couple of minutes in length each but should provide invaluable information to help you get that "just right" fit.
Yes, in fact there are two, both of which are below. The first is specifically for the SleepWeaver Anew, while the second is for the SleepWeaver range in general. Please watch both, they're only a couple of minutes in length each but should provide invaluable information to help you get that "just right" fit.Absolutely! The SleepWeaver Anew Full Face CPAP mask is compatible with all CPAP machines.Yes, certainly! The SleepWeaver Anew Full Face CPAP mask is compatible with CPAP humidifiers.Just like most of our other CPAP masks, it is important to establish which size is best suited for you. Please use our Sizing Guide in our Downloads section, to determine which size of SleepWeaver Anew is best for you. If you order an incorrect size, you could find CPAP therapy with the SleepWeaver ineffective.There are a number of masks within the SleepWeaver range, as well as the SleepWeaver Anew. These are the SleepWeaver Elan Nasal CPAP mask, and the SleepWeaver Advance Nasal CPAP mask. Further information can be found about these two products can be found on their individual product pages.We recommend cleaning the SleepWeaver Anew Full Face mask by hand, with a mild non-abrasive detergent in cold or warm water – and then rinsing thoroughly. Please also be aware that the SleepWeaver Anew Full Face mask, should not be put into a dryer, and should be hung dry only.The SleepWeaver Anew Full Face mask is suitable for any pressure settings between 4-30 cm/ H2O.The SleepWeaver Anew Full Face CPAP mask, just like other masks within the SleepWeaver range, works in a similar way to balloon. The SleepWeaver Anew cloth inflates, which creates a secure and comfortable seal, as the black inner lining is pushed onto the CPAP users face. The SleepWeaver Anew is different to most CPAP masks available, which are made from solid silicone. Although the SleepWeaver Anew can take a few nights to become accustomed do – most users report that the SleepWeaver Anew is the most comfortable full face CPAP mask they have ever used.
SKU / Code 100955 100960 100965 Manufacturer Circadiance Product Specifications No What's Included No Useful Links No Mask Size Large, Standard, Small Sizing Gauges No Mask Type Full Face Cushion/Seal Material Cloth Replaceable Seal/Cushion No 360 Degree Swivels Mask End, Tube End Humidifier Required Recommended Forehead Support No Chin Support No Diffuser Yes Exhalation Valve Yes Oxygen/Pressure Port No Flexible Mask Body Yes Storage Bag/Box Supplied No (Quick) Release Method No Headgear Included Yes Headgear Attachment Method No Crown Strap No Headgear Adjustment Points No Manual Languages English Manufacturer's Warranty No Manufacturer's Help Lines No Made In No CE Marked Yes
Quality 5 star : (2) 4 star : (2) 3 star : (0) 2 star : (3) 1 star : (1) Value 5 star : (2) 4 star : (0) 3 star : (2) 2 star : (1) 1 star : (3) Ease of Use 5 star : (1) 4 star : (3) 3 star : (0) 2 star : (2) 1 star : (2) Comfort 5 star : (1) 4 star : (2) 3 star : (0) 2 star : (3) 1 star : (2) Website Information 5 star : (1) 4 star : (4) 3 star : (2) 2 star : (0) 1 star : (1)Total : 8 Reviews
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8 Item(s)per pageDifferent than the traditional ResMed AirFit F10 Review by Ibrahim
Quality Website Information Comfort Ease of Use ValueI bought this as the traditional ResMed AirFit F10 has its own drawbacks especially with irritation of my face and nose. This SleepWeaver mask is better in that it does not irritate my face or nose, but produces great noise and blows air into my face and eyes continuously. The machine doesn't recognise whether it is fit or not, so all the readings are unreliable. However, it still takes away my symptoms in that I wake up fresh and I am not tired and I don't fall asleep easily. So, at the moment I use them both alternatively in order to reduce the irritation of my skin produced by the ResMed and to allow my wife to have sleep without the noise produced by the SleepWeaver.(Posted on 18 July 2017)
Much more comfortable and easier to maintain. Review by Storm
Quality Website Information Comfort Ease of Use ValueHaving used a full face mask for about three years and suffering from pressure marks and discomfort, I found the soft face mask much better. As a side sleeper it's more problematic and I still have pressure marks from the straps on the one side. I had bought a CPAP cushion a few months ago but it was useless and a waste of money. Out of desperation I chose to buy the latest Sleepweaver mask and have used it for a fortnight and it's meant a much more comfortable and peaceful sleep. So far so good.(Posted on 7 June 2017)
Really wish this worked Review by John
Comfort Ease of Use Value Quality Website InformationFresh out of the box this looked perfect. No hard frame and a soft surface but it went downhill once fitted. The straps were difficult to fit to the clips and the bottom of the nose piece cut into the bottom of my nose. When turned on with my original pressure settings, it was impossible to breath and even having halved the settings, I suffered from very bad bloating. After ten minutes of wearing the mask it leaked from so many areas and no amount of sideways and up and down jiggling helped. Such as shame. Everyone is different, so I hope this helps others, but it isn't for me.(Posted on 26 September 2016)
Can be a life changer for many Review by Simon James
Quality Website Information Comfort Ease of Use ValueI always use a silicon mask with no problems but in the hot summer months it can become a burden even though I sleep in an air-conditioned room (i live in Malta). This mask is better, you can even wet it before using it and it is fresh on the face.(Posted on 9 July 2016)
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes
Sleepweaver Anew Review by Karen
Comfort Ease of Use Website Information Value QualityThis may work for some, and the idea of a cloth based mask is very appealing - but it was much louder than the Quatro full face mask and eair escaped from around the nose - great in theory, but just didnt work for me. (Returned using the SleepWeaver Mask Fit Guarantee).(Posted on 28 September 2015)
SleepWeaver Review by David
Website Information Value Quality Comfort Ease of UseAir hissing through exhalation holes very noisy. Fiddly to fasten snap in fitting on headgear. Unable to get a seal round bridge of nose despite viewing instruction video and following instructions. Wasted £109.(Posted on 12 February 2015)
Sleepweaver mask Review by Keith
Quality Comfort Ease of Use Website Information ValueHaving always had full face masks mainly by F&P the hospital changed the one I was used to changed and I did not get on with it, so I decided to try the sleepweaver, took a bit of getting used to the clips and when turned on it took a time to seal it. works very well and comfortable but it is getting used to the noise of the air as I am on very high pressures 25 in and 10 out, Will take a time get used to the noise but I will persevere with it. Very easy to wash and dries easily. Nice product.(Posted on 13 January 2015)
VERY LEAKY MASK Review by Jane
Value Website Information Quality Comfort Ease of UseUseless for me as did not create a seal and leaked badly from several places. The info about sizing on the Intus.website is very misleading: I bought a medium as recommended but this felt too big and may be why it leaked. Not very well made - rough stitching and slight tear in mouthpiece. Would like to try a smaller size as it is certainly more comfortable than a rigid mask but am reluctant to shell out again on such a dubious product.(Posted on 26 October 2013)