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  • Inogen One G3 vs. Invacare Platinum Mobile Concentrator Comparison

    A portable oxygen concentrator can help you reclaim your mobility and independence, which is why there has been a surge in the number of models with advanced capabilities. Two of the most popular units, the Invacare Platinum Mobile and the Inogen One G3, boast similar features, making it difficult to decide which is right for you.

    To help you with your decision, we’ve created a side-by-side comparison of the Inogen One G3 and the Invacare Platinum Mobile Oxygen concentrator.

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  • Respironics SimplyGo vs. Inogen One G3 Concentrator Comparison

    With the rise in the popularity of portable oxygen concentrators, the number of different models, brands, and features available is also rising. Many of our customers zero in on the Philips SimplyGo and the Ingoen One G3 while searching a for a portable oxygen concentrator, and it can be tough to decide between these two units.

    To help you make a selection that is best for your lifestyle we have compared two of our most popular concentrators the Respironics SimplyGo and Inogen One G3.

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  • Respironics SimplyGo Mini vs. Inogen One G3 Concentrator Comparison

    When comparing two different portable oxygen concentrators, there are a variety of factors you need to consider. Are they truly portable? Are they light? Small? How is the battery life? What about a warranty? The factors can easily seem endless. Use this guide to help you as you explore your options and make your choice between two excellent portable oxygen concentrators, the SimplyGo Mini and the Inogen One G3.

    The SimplyGo Mini is both compact and lightweight at less than 10 inches in all dimensions and under 6 pounds. It can provide pulse flow oxygen up-to 5 settings and up to a maximum of 1000 mL/minute. The unit’s battery life is above average at 4.5 hours, enough for most activities. The unit is covered by a 3-year manufacturer’s warranty, except for the sieve beds which are guaranteed for 1 year. Also, the Mini is equipped with a reinforced casing to stand up to the bumps, bangs, and dings that accompany an active lifestyle. The unit is quiet during operation, only generating a soft 43 decibels of noise.

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  • Respironics SimplyGo vs. Inogen One G4 Concentrator Comparison

    When it comes to portable oxygen concentrators, you first need to choose one that will meet your supplemental oxygen therapy requirements. However, there’s no need to sacrifice great features and convenience to get the oxygen delivery you need. Two great options are the SimplyGo by Respironics and the Inogen One G4 because both units have amazing features and benefits. The information below can help you decide which is right for you.

    Respironics' SimplyGo is a quiet powerhouse in a compact, portable package. This device can deliver up to 2 liters per minute of supplemental oxygen at a continuous flow, making it a great choice for those with higher oxygen requirements. It’s versatile too – it offers 6 different pulse dose settings. Measuring 11.5 inches in its largest dimension and weighing around 10 pounds, the SimplyGo still lives up to its name. It even includes a wheeled cart for easier portability.

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  • Respironics SimplyGo Mini vs. Inogen One G4 Concentrator Comparison

    Philips Respironics and Inogen are both respected and innovative medical device manufacturers. While their products are universally praised and well-engineered, you want to be sure that you pick the right portable oxygen concentrator for your needs, no matter the origin. Let’s examine some of the features from the top of the line models from these two great companies, the Respironics SimplyGo Mini and the Inogen One G4.

    The SimplyGo Mini is less than 10 inches in all dimensions and under 6 pounds, making it both small in size and easy to carry for almost any patient. It provides oxygen via pulse flow in 5 setting options, maxing out at 1000 mL/minute. The concentrator also has a generous battery life of about 4.5 hours on a full charge. The unit itself is protected by a 3-year manufacturer’s warranty, except for the sieve beds which are guaranteed for 1 year. Also, the Mini features a rugged casing to resist scratches, impacts, and dings from everyday use. Additionally, the SimplyGo Mini is unobtrusive and quiet, operating at a very soft 43 decibels.

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  • Inogen One G3 vs. Respironics SimplyGo Unit Comparison

    There is no doubt that the Respironics SimplyGo and the Inogen One G3 are both tremendous portable oxygen concentrators. However, with any medical device, you want to be sure that you choose the right one for your needs. Portable oxygen concentrators are no exception. Here are some of the significant features of both units and a comparison of how they stack up next to each other.

    Respironics’ SimplyGo is 11.5 inches in its largest dimension and weighs 10 pounds and delivers up to 2 liters per minute of continuous flow oxygen. You can also choose from 6 different pulse dose settings. This makes the SimplyGo ideal for patients with higher oxygen requirements.

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  • Respironics SimplyGo Mini vs. AirSep Focus Concentrator Comparison

    Choosing the right portable oxygen concentrator for you is an important decision. If you require supplemental oxygen therapy, you will depend on your concentrator to deliver oxygen consistently and reliably. But there are many factors to consider. Is the unit durable? What’s the battery life? Can it provide enough oxygen to meet your needs? Let’s take a look and compare the many features of the Philips Respironics SimplyGo Mini and the AirSep Focus to help determine which best suits your needs.

    As for size, the SimplyGo Mini is tiny at less than 10 inches in all dimensions and under 6 pounds. It provides pulse flow oxygen at a choice of 5 settings, up to a maximum of 1000 mL/minute. The battery life is also generous at around 4.5 hours. The unit is covered by a 3-year manufacturer’s warranty, except for the sieve beds which are guaranteed for 1 year. The Mini was designed to be rugged with a reinforced casing to stand up to an active lifestyle. While operating, it only generates a quiet 43 decibels of noise.

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  • AirSep Visionaire vs. Respirionics EverFlo Q Concentrator Comparison

    The AirSep Visionaire and the EverFlo Q by Respirionics are two of our best home oxygen concentrators, and they both have a lot in common. Both are relatively small and light when it comes to home oxygen concentrators, and whisper quiet.

    If you're looking for a suitable home oxygen concentrator but you're not sure which one is right for you, we're going to compare these two side by side. Seeing the specifics together is usually helpful when you are looking for the best buy.

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  • Inogen One G2 vs. Respirionics EverGo Concentrator Comparison

    Many of our oxygen concentrators are similar or close to similar. With so many great portable oxygen concentrators to choose from, and with all of the great features and perks, it can be a hard decision. To help break down the information between the buyer's guides and reviews, we like to help make our customers' decisions a little easier by putting them next to each other.

    You'll be able to see the differences in features, weight, size and the accessories that come with them. These two particular concentrators are nice and light but are still able to deliver plenty of oxygen in higher pulse dose settings. If you've narrowed your search down to these two lightweight, yet powerful little concentrators, read on to make your decision.

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