This swivel from Philips Respironics can serve two purposes. The first is as a mask swivel, giving you greater flexibility and freedom to move by sitting between your mask and hose. You simply connect the swivel to your mask's elbow, and then attach the hose to the swivel, allow greater freedom between the two. You can use the gallery to see some images of the swivel attached to some masks for a visual demonstration (please be aware that no mask is included).
The second is as a hose coupler, sitting between two hoses and allowing them to move independently.
This swivel will fit any mask or tubing with the standard 22mm connection, and simply sits in the middle of any existing connections.
Weight (including packaging) in grams 50.0000 Manufacturer Philips Respironics Product Specifications No What's Included No Useful Links No Vat Exempt Yes Mask Type Nasal Cushion Mask Size One-Size-Fits-Most Is a part of No Chin Support No
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1 Item(s)per pageJust what I was looking for. Review by Cherry
Comfort Ease of Use Value Quality Website InformationThe 6 foot hose that was supplied with my mask was not long enough. When I turned over in the night, I kept pulling the CPAP machine off the bedside table. I ordered a 10 foot hose from a different company, but it was too rigid and heavy. This time, I got another slim 6 foot hose and used the connector to join the two 6 ft hoses together. The coupler just slides into the end of each hose. The hoses can still swivel freely. It is so much better. I haven't had any problems with loss of air pressure and now I can move to the far side of the bed without dragging the machine.(Posted on 27 February 2017)