2017 Top Rated Portable Oxygen Concentrators

We are a few weeks into 2017 and it’s time to roundup the top three oxygen concentrators of this year.

With some amazing technology that has impacted the market this year, there are innovations that have made oxygen concentrators better than ever before. In this post, we will go over our top three best-selling portable oxygen concentrators for this year so far.

The Inogen One G4 is the smallest portable oxygen concentrator available. It is quiet, light and easy to use and ½ the size of the G3. It has settings from one to three and produces less noise than an indoor conversation to give you the freedom and discretion you desire. It can also be used 24/7 and can be charged at home or on-the-go.

Size and Weight: Dimensions are 5.91" W x 2.68" D x 7.2" H and it weighs 2.8 pounds.
Battery Life: The 8-cell battery gives you up to 5 hours of battery use.

The Inogen One G3 is a very reliable and quality machine. It is small, light and easy to use. It has the highest available oxygen output of any pulse dose flow portable oxygen machine and has settings from one to five. It can also be used during sleep for nighttime oxygen delivery as long as you don't use a CPAP or BiPAP machine.

Size and Weight: Dimensions are 8.75" W x 3" D x 8.25" H and it weighs 4.9 pounds.
Battery Life: The 8-cell battery and 16-cell battery give you 4 and 8 hours of use, respectively.

Respironics has a long-standing reputation for designing portable, convenient oxygen concentrators and the SimplyGo Mini is their next demonstration of pushing the boundaries of innovation. The SimplyGo Mini has extra-long battery life with the extended battery to give its users unrivaled freedom in a lightweight package.

Size and Weight: Dimensions are 8.3" W x 3.6" D x 9.4" H with the standard battery and 8.3" W, 3.6" D x 10.2" H with the extended battery and it weighs 5 and 6 pounds, respectively.
Battery Life: Up to 4.5 hours with the standard battery and up to 9 hours with the extended battery.

Portable oxygen concentrators improve each year to become lighter, more compact, easier to use and with longer-lasting batteries. Upgrading your portable oxygen concentrator to one of these three models will ensure you make an investment in your health that gives you the most freedom possible.

About Scott Ridl: Scott joined American Medical Sales and Rentals in 2008 as a Web Manager and Content Writer. He is a writer and designer. He is extensively trained on oxygen therapy products from leading manufacturers such as Inogen, Respironics, Chart, Invacare, ResMed and more. Scott works closely with respiratory therapists and oxygen specialists to educate the community about oxygen therapy products, COPD, asthma and lung diseases. He writes weekly columns and is passionate about educating the community on oxygen therapy and respiratory issues.

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