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by Ben on May 16, 2007
I bought this mask to replace my worn down resmed swift. It's a well made and comfortable mask. It fits around the head well and the nasal interface pieces are easy to fit and adjust The only real complaint and part I would redesign is the forehead piece. It was strange at first having that right above my eyes. Also, I have oily skin and while it is on my head directly above my eyes, it makes my skin break out. I wake up in the morning and find my forehead has broken out with acne, even after cleaning the mask and my face before I go to bed. thats the only reason I don't use this mask anymore. I would go for something more simple.
by Anonymous on April 11, 2008
The nasal interface for this mask is junk! It is too flexible to the point that, IF I'm able to actually get a good seal, it bends out of position every time I move. Some nights I spend most of the time fighting the interface to find a good seal. The pillows also tear up the inside of my nostrils. I've had this mask for over 3 months, so it's not like I didn't give it a chance. I have used other nasal pillow C-PAPs with no problem and plan to change back as soon as possible. By the way, I happen to LOVE the headgear. Go figure.
by on October 21, 2008
I have used this mask for several years after moving up from the original Comfort Lite. I recently experimented with some of the newer styles but could not get a good consistent seal like I have with this one. I have found that I could not get a good seal with the pillows and have to use the direct seal option though. You also get better results replacing the cushions every few months as they lose some sealing ability over time.
by Anonymous on November 19, 2009
I've had the "old" ComfortLite and now the ComfortLite 2. The headgear smashes my hair terribly, but the nasal seal is one of my favorites (after 11 years of wearing the cpap every night). Because I sleep on my side, I've always appreciated masks where the tubing goes over the top of my head. Except for the bulkiness of the headgear, this has been one of my favorites.
by Anonymous on December 13, 2007
I've found that the newer nasal masks are more flexible and light. The headgear for the Comfort Lite is very bulky and uncomfortable... I switched to the Fisher & Paykel Opus and found that I could easily watch TV and read before bed. The idea behind this mask is great, although it seems poorly executed due to an extremely restrictive and uncomfortable headgear system.
by Anonymous on July 29, 2009
Though a little bit warm, I find this mask to be far more effective in maintaining a seal throughout the night, regardless of how much I turn my head.
by Anonymous on December 13, 2013
The only mask I can wear! Other over the nose masks rub the bridge of my nose and irritates a pre-cancerous there. The seal with the nose cushions is great! Please don't ever take this off the market! I don't know what I will do otherwise.
by firstname.lastname@example.org on May 2, 2010
I've used this mask for 3 years and like it very much. The only problem I had in the beginning was maintaining a good seal. I fixed it by adding a after-market chin strap. The only other thing is the poor design of the elbow for the nasal pillow. The plastic tab that engages with the pin on the headgear tube breaks very easily after only a few months of use. It should be made of a stronger material and this mask wpould get 5 stars from me.
by Anonymous on May 22, 2011
Too much stuff on the forehead. Can't sleep well at all. Poor design.
by Anonymous on November 23, 2008
Incredibly uncomfortable. A poorly designed piece of junk that is impossible to get properly adjusted for a full/comforable night's sleep.