Portable Oxygen Concentrator Rentals in Florida

Florida is a popular vacation destination for a reason. With its warm, tropical climate and plethora of breathtaking beaches, many flock to the Sunshine State year round to enjoy relaxing getaways in the Florida rays. Don’t let your oxygen needs dictate the way you spend your vacation time—take control of them with a portable oxygen concentrator!

Whether your destination is South Beach in Miami, Delray north of Boca Raton or one of Florida’s keys, you probably have sun, surf and sand on your mind. And, with the right portable concentrator at your side, you’ll be able to stroll the boardwalk in style and comfort while meeting your oxygen needs.

If you want something low profile, you might want to investigate the Airsep Freestyle. It weighs just 5 pounds, making it the lightest portable oxygen concentrator on the market. It is also the quietest, so you don’t have to worry about drawing attention to your concentrator—just set it, forget it and enjoy the freedom that only oxygen mobility can provide.

If you’d like something a little more powerful, you might consider going with the Respironics SimplyGo. Though it is twice as heavy as the Airsep Freestyle, it functions in both pulse dose and continuous flow modes, providing you with the versatility you need to comprehensively meet your treatment needs.

Of course, the beach isn’t the only place you can enjoy your new oxygen freedom. With world-renowned theme parks like Disney World, SeaWorld, Busch Gardens, Universal Studios and countless other destinations, your entertainment options are as endless as your oxygen supply!

Before jumping on an airplane to Florida, make sure your oxygen needs are met first. Call us today for any questions you may have about buying or renting a unit. You can even start using your concentrator on the flight, as all of the models we sell are FAA approved!

What are you waiting for? Florida awaits!

Oxygen Rentals in Florida

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.

4 thoughts on “Portable Oxygen Concentrator Rentals in Florida”

  • james mcdonald

    I believe we corresponded early last year about an oxygen concentrator for my wife. She was approved for oxygen prior to her heart surgery, began using a home concentrator via insurance from Lincare. After surgery, she no longer used oxygen, so the unit was returned to Lincare. my question is that if I wanted to purchase a portable unit (I am paranoid) what is required to acquire a unit?

    • Scott Ridl

      The only requirements we would need is to have a conversion with you or your wife with regards to her oxygen needs (so we can suggest the best units for her) and a copy of her oxygen prescription. Please give us a call directly and we would be happy to help.

  • Lisa mcclelland
    Lisa mcclelland April 27, 2020 at 10:11 am

    Scott I am trying to get my mother down here to St. Petersburg Florida from a hospital then rehab in Pittsburgh I'm working with Suncoast hospice what is the highest number a portable Airline approved continuest flow concentrator goes up to ? And where would I rent one or buy a refurbished one an which one is the best.I just want my mom to spend her last day with family , not in a smelly nursing home.

    • Sanket Jain

      Hi Lisa, the portable oxygen concentrator with highest continuos flow approved by airlines is Sequal Eclipse 5. This powerful, FAA-approved, machine can go up to 3 liters per minute on continuous flow. Before travel, please make sure that the device is approved by the airlines she'll be flying with and has a battery life of at least 1.5 times the flight duration. Our Oxygen Specialists would be happy to advise the way forward. Please give us a call at 1-877-644-45814.


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