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by Anonymous on December 18, 2007
I have used a Mirage mask of this type for a number of years, and I really do like them. But this particular model does have that weakness where the upper headgear connects with the rest of the mask at the top. My older version was not adjustable, and it never broke. The adjustability on this newer one (one year old) was nice, and the winged design solved a pressure-point problem on my face, but these features do lead to this physical weakness where the parts connect. The design is not convenient for travel for the same reason. So, given all of that I have to agree that the inability to replace the weak part really does suck! That said, the mask itself has worked so well for me for such a long time that I'm going to stick with it. This version is an improvement over the last one, and perhaps the next version will address this issue.
by Anonymous on June 8, 2011
I had a similar version to this without the forehead bridge. The circular elbow that connects the tube to the mask always broke. The new mask with the bridge was a great improvement but like others say, the part breaks down eventually. I was still having problems with the tube connection with the mask because I roll around in bed alot. I also got fed up with the useless strap system with neoprene which stretched and the mini-velcro fastners usually failed within six months. I solved the mask-tube connection problem and the strap failure by hiring a seamstress to make me a comfortable cloth headgear, with heavy-duty velcro fuzz on the outside and cloth-straps that went through the clips and back to the skull cap, with heavy-duty velcro hooking material. This headgear never fails. I then took elbow with the hose right up the front of my face over the bridge of my nose, attached it to the top of the skull-cap. I fixed the hose to the mask at the bridge and to the plastic portion of the mask with electrical tape. This approach totally eliminated breakage of the connector unit. I wish ResMed would make a solid, one-piece plastic face-mask with an elbow that faces up the bridge of the nose and makes the kind of cloth and velcro skull-cap and strap system I described. If they would fix the nose bridge problem the need for replacement parts with this new fixed system would drop to zero. They probably won't do that because they won't be able to gouge their customers on the sale of replacement parts.
I wish someone would also develop a full-face, fireman's style of face mask with the hose coming out of the top of the mask.
by Anonymous on May 22, 2009
I just started this nightmare of a process and this is my second mask. I have yet to use it a full night because it leaks at the bridge of my nose and around my mouth. I'd rather try to sleep with a beaver strapped to my face.
by Anonymous on May 22, 2007
Have used this mask for three years -- works well, with one weakness -- the joint at the bridge of the nose eventually breaks -- duct tape then works for a while, until the wife says "get a new one, already!" You've got to find your fit, or you'll have small leaks at the base of the nose near the eyes, but once you do, it works fine. I'm on my third fourth one.
by Anonymous on August 19, 2008
As mentioned by others, the stress points crack bridge above the nose was the first to break. Duct tape works but the wife does not like it. The gell piece around the mouth is extrememly comfortable. The elbow at the mouth needs to be reinforced....once it starts to crack, get the super glue because the duct tape is too bulky. I will not get this mask again. I am on my 4th mask.
by Anonymous on September 30, 2011
My problem with this mask, as
with others, has been leaks around the nose area. The main cause, as far as I can determine is the amount of air pressure. I have an APAP which will change air pressure throughout the night going from a low presssure to a higher pressure. At a low pressure almost any full face mask will be OK. At a pressure of 13, which is what I get up to, you will get leakage. I keep hearing this term 'seal' and wonder what it is. I have put this mask on every which way and at a pressure of 13 you can forget about 'seal'. The only thing that enabled me to keep wearing the mask is Remzees which are a pain but used properly usually solve the leakage problem. Many people do not like them but for me they worked. Everyone is different. If anyone can advise me on how to create this magical 'seal' at a pressure of 13 or 14 please let me know. Until that time I will continue to use Remzees and get a good night's sleep.
by Anonymous on June 4, 2011
I really like this mask, but just like everyone else is mentioning, there is a weakness at the bridge of the nose area. Eventually breaks.
by Anonymous on January 29, 2009
I have used a 60602 for the last three years. No problems, no breakage. It is very comfortable. Some of the other reviews complained about breaking at the bridge of the nose, my guess is that they did not have the mask properly adjusted.
by rich63 on November 2, 2013
yup, mine broke too. i do not recommend anyone buy this mask until the manufacturer uses a stronger material. as a previous reviewer said, this cheap plastic feels like the old audio cassette tape cases - absolutely useless junk. i wish i could give this thing zero stars.
by Jeff on February 2, 2010
This is not the most comfortable mask, especially when the cusion gets old. However, it i sone of the only masks that provides good seal with my beard. Softer gel masks just don't seal as well with my beard. A good balance, then, for us bearded breathers.
by Anonymous on January 12, 2010
I SHOULD HAVE READ THESE REVIEWS BEFORE I BOUGHT MY MASK. THE CUSHION HAS DEVELOPED A SPLIT AT THE TOP OF THE CUSHION FOR THE 2 ND TIME IN A YEAR. IT SEEMS TO BE A WEEK POINT WHEN I READ THESE REFIEWS. OTHERWISE I LIKE THE MASK. I DO HOPE THEY WILL SOLVE THIS PROBLEM, OTHERWISW I WILL HAVE TO LOOK AT ANOTHER MAKE.
by Anonymous on September 17, 2008
Same as all the others. Poorly made. I am on my second mask and it is broken. What is wrong with resmed? I will not buy a third unless they improve product.
by Anonymous on September 11, 2016
Just got this mask. It is the worst one I have had. It leaks it is very noisy with blow by and I can not get it adjusted so it won't leak. Is is very cheap built and very flimsy compared to the Quattro that I thought I ordered for the same price. Very disappointed.
by Anonymous on May 21, 2016
I have used mirage masks and its original versions for nearly 20 years with variable pressures between 8 and 20psi and consider it the best full face mask available. I have tried many others evaluating them for a sleep apnea supply company in Australia.
I agree Resmed could improve the strength of the elbow and the longevity of the head gear. I have had head gears made from elastic with no velcro adjustment. Worked just fine and lasted about a year, easily washable just a little more awkward to put on. When travelling I put my mask in a padded plastic box (with a spare elbow) I have also super glued the adjustable forehead fitting after numerous breakages once I have the right forehead pressure
by Anonymous on September 28, 2012
Takes the Durable out of Durable Medical Equipment.
This mask is made of the same plastic as old tape cassette cases and CD cases - made to fail. The engineers should be ashamed.
It breaks in several places - the joint at the forehead and the swivel for the hose.
If you have one of these, buy parts, and look into a different model from a different manufacturer if you can afford to experiment.
by Anonymous on May 9, 2012
My Mirage mask broke the first week! First, the fragile anti asphyxiation valve breaks off, no way to fix.I used plumbing parts to get it functioning. Then, the nose/forehead bridge develops cracks at where the clips attach, anywhere there is slight stress,acrylic does this, then the adjustable bridge piece breaks off(cracks) This mask is obviously built to spill.
by Anonymous on November 2, 2011
This is my second mask, first broke at nose bridge. This one I adjusted to fit than covered the bridge with two part clear epoxy. No problems now and the epoxy is clear and not noticeable. Don't wait until it breaks to epoxy it. Do it before you wear it just adjust to fit first.
by Anonymous on September 2, 2009
Have to agree. I've had 3 in the past 6 years. The weak point always breaks. The shaft connecting the forehead pad to the mask is too weak! Wish they would make this titanium or something. 3rd one broke last night. This time I'm trying another brand.
by Anonymous on July 6, 2009
Mask works great, but like the other reviews, the weak point at the forehead bridge is a problem. Please make them more durable. If that's done, this is the perfect full face mask.
by Anonymous on June 11, 2009
I like it. And it is comfortable and no problems.
by Anonymous on September 2, 2008
Great mask (while it lasts). I'm on my third one, with both of the two previous breaking at the same pivot point. As far as travel is concerned, I have found that it is cheaper to mail it (overnigh) to your destination instead of trying to travel with it. Again, I can tell you enough how great it works.
by Anonymous on August 24, 2008
Like everyone else's experience the forehead support breaks in about a one year interval. Locating replacement parts is iffy. Good Luck.
by Anonymous on August 7, 2007
Mask is fine! Avaiablity of replacement parts sucks!The stress points are going to break at forehead bridge adjustment!
Going to try another Brand!
by Anonymous on February 4, 2009
the bridge to the nose breaks Posibly because I rip it off every night but broke and then epoxy glued together twice now