The Oxlife Independence Oxygen Concentrator might be all you need in the way of oxygen therapy equipment. If you need an oxygen therapy, purchasing the Oxlife Independence will be enough to get you the oxygen you need, both at home and while you are out and about.
The long battery life is something many customers are happy about with this model. The name “Independence” could be referring to the fact that the battery lasts as long as 6 hours while on the flow rate of 2 liters per minute, as well as the feeling you have when you are out and about, going about your day with this light weight, compact machine.
The cabinet is only a total height of 20.2 inches, which is shorter than many chairs, from the seat to the floor. You will be able to turn the handle down when you are sitting still and push it out of the way under your chair, or under the table. The thickness of the cabinet is only a little under 11 inches, with a width of 8 inches. It has a thin design that will make you comfortable knowing it won't be in your way while you are doing housework or cooking dinner.
The handle with which you push it around has a unique design, with only one side of the handle extending down to the top of the cabinet. Instead of taking up more room inside the cabinet and making it more bulky with a handle that pushes down inside of the cabinet, this one-sided handle goes down and out of the way by turning it down behind the cabinet of the machine. This handle runs the height of the machine, so it is hidden and won't get in the way when you no longer need it.
Instead of buying a home concentrator and a portable oxygen concentrator, why not get the Oxlife Independence, which you can use continuously at home, as well as with a charged battery if you need to use it after you leave the house? If you need constant oxygen, this is one of the best oxygen concentrators on the market for your needs. You can plug it in and use it when sitting still, and the battery will be charged and ready to go if you need to go somewhere.
It's important and recommended for people with COPD to use oxygen therapy while they are exercising, or while getting any kind of physical activity. This machine is light, sturdy and maneuverable enough to take with you on a walk around your neighborhood, or along a lightly paved trail. Check with your doctor to see how much physical activity you should be getting each week.
This oxygen concentrator is also FAA approved and you can take it with you onto most airplanes, cruise liners, trains and buses, with just a few days notice to the transportation companies. You won't need to worry about lugging along any tanks, or having to use the equipment on board an airplane. This machine will not only provide the oxygen you need to stay as healthy as possible, but it will give you a much better quality of life and more opportunities.