Portable Oxygen Concentrators Over 10 Pounds

Here is a summary of the portable oxygen concentrators that weigh over ten pounds.

SimplyGo

This powerful pulse dose and continuous flow portable oxygen concentrator weighs exactly 10 lbs with the battery inside. It's easy to carry via the carry bag, but you can also roll it around with the lightweight and easy to maneuver mobile cart. The settings range from 1 to 6 in half increments for pulse dose oxygen, and the continuous flow settings go from 1 to 1 in 0.5 increments as well.

The versatile EverGo is quiet, low maintenance and extremely user friendly. The rechargeable batter will last around 3 hours on the pulse dose setting of 2, and 1.6 hours on the lowest continuous flow setting. You can depend on getting an average oxygen purity of 93% at all times on all settings. You can easily charge it with the AC or DC adapters, or charge a battery with the Respirionics External Battery Charger.

SeQual Eclipse 3 and 5

The Sequal Eclipse 3 and 5 are the two most recent models in the Eclipse line. The Eclipse 5 is of course the latest and most efficient in this powerful and versatile line of portable oxygen concentrators. They are both 18.4 lbs with the battery and the same size and shape, but the Eclipse 5 can be easily charged and used in the car at the same time with the DC adapter. Both can run on the battery or AC/DC power.

They also both have the same pulse dose and continuous flow settings. The continuous flow settings are from 1 to 3 in 0.5 increments and the pulse dose settings range from 1 to 6 in 16 ml increments. The battery will last 1.3 hours on the highest continuous flow setting and 2.1 hours on the highest pulse dose setting. They are easily carried with you via the Sequal Eclipse mobile cart.

Oxlife Independence

This pulse dose and continuous flow portable concentrator weighs 15 lbs and is extremely efficient and tough. The pulse dose settings are 1 to 6 in 0.5 increments and the continuous flow settings are from 1 to 3 in 0.5 LPM increments. It is 20.2 inches tall, 10.9 inches wide and 8 inches deep and features its own built in mobile cart, with wheels and a handle built right into the exterior of the concentrator.

The Oxlife offers a long battery life, with 6 hours of complete mobility on the continuous flow setting of 2 LPM. You will have the AC and DC adapters to charge your Oxlife in the car, or with a house power outlet. The filter is easy to access when you need to clean or change it.

DeVilbiss iGo

The DeVilbiss iGo is a 19 lb portable oxygen concentrator that offers continuous flow settings from 1 to 3 and pulse dose settings between 1 and 6. The iGo is smart and low maintenance, as well as energy efficient. It will always release oxygen exactly when you need it. This concentrator is great for use on long road trips and flights because of its efficiency and long battery life.

The battery of the iGo will last for 3 hours on the highest pulse dose setting and 1.6 hours on the highest continuous flow setting. The battery takes about 3 hours to charge from 0 to 100%. The mobile cart and carry bag are combined, and the battery compartment is easy to access even when you are out and about. It only reaches 40 decibels, even on the highest continuous flow setting.

Invacare Solo

The Invacare Solo is extraordinarily quiet and efficient for how powerful it is. It weighs 20 lbs with the battery inside and is 11 inches wide, 16.5 inches tall and 8 inches deep with a sleek and tough exterior. You can pull it along with you everywhere you go, with the lightweight and easy to maneuver mobile cart. It's reliable, user friendly and low maintenance, as well.

You will get 1 to 3 LPM of continuous flow settings, and pulse dose settings from 1 to 5, with an average oxygen purity of 93% on all settings. The battery life for the Solo depends on the setting it's on. You will have 1.3 hours on the highest continuous flow setting, which takes more power than the other settings. On the pulse dose setting of 2, you will have 4.5 hours of complete mobility. The battery takes an average of 4.5 hours to charge from 0 to 100%.

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