Reviews of Oxygen Equipment

Find out what others are saying about certain oxygen concentrators and other oxygen equipment. These reviews and comparisons are here to help you make an educated decision on which oxygen concentrator, accessories and sleep therapy equipment is best for you.
  • Inogen Oxygen Concentrators: An Expert Review and Buying Advice

    Inogen’s oxygen concentrators are among the top concentrators on the market—and they have accolades to prove it. However, as a consumer, it is still a challenge to understand what makes one concentrator better than another when you are ready to buy one.

    In this blog post, I will be discussing the differences between the 3 oxygen concentrators that Inogen offers to help you decide which concentrator fits your needs.

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  • Reviews on Portable Concentrators at High Altitudes

    Whether you want to climb to the top of Japan's Mt. Takao, or go hiking high in the Rocky Mountains, you will need to check oxygen concentrator specifications so you can safely reach these heights. Climbing quickly to high altitudes can be dangerous for anyone. Altitude sickness, also known as "Acute Mountain Sickness" or AMS, can happen to anyone because of the lack of oxygen in the air at high altitudes.

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  • Inogen One G5: An Expert Review and Buying Advice

    The Inogen One G5 is the latest addition to the family of Inogen’s user-friendly portable oxygen concentrators. With expanded features built on the foundations of the Inogen One G3 and the Inogen One G4, the Inogen One G5 is looking to be a "one-size-fits-all" portable oxygen concentrator that will do well for almost any person who requires supplemental oxygen on-the-go.

    In this blog post, I will discuss what is new in the Inogen One G5 and provide my overall review. If you missed my latest review of the Inogen One family of portable oxygen concentrators (which includes the Inogen At Home 5L stationary concentrator), be sure to read that blog post to get a full scope of the differences between each device.

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  • Portable and Stationary Oxygen Concentrator Reviews

    How easy to use and convenient are oxygen concentrators? Take it from a few oxygen concentrator users who are happy that they decided to purchase one. Whether you're thinking about getting a portable oxygen concentrator or a stationary model, there are popular ones that can meet your oxygen needs, and improve your quality of life in the process.

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  • SeQual Equinox Customer Reviews and Thoughts

    Have you heard that the Equinox is one of the best portable oxygen concentrators around these days? The SeQual Equinox is the newest and most exciting release from SeQual, the brand that brought you the innovative and amazing Eclipse series. The Equinox really is unique and a big step forward in portable oxygen concentrators, and these recent customers are very pleased with them!

    We love hearing from our customers for follow-ups on their purchases, so we can give prospective customers a better idea of how the oxygen concentrators will help them. If you're wondering if the Equinox is right for you, check out these reviews on this great new portable oxygen concentrator.

    “The Equinox went above and beyond what I was expecting. It's so quiet and small and just seems to run so much more smoothly than my old portable concentrator. It used to bother me when I took my old concentrator out with me in public because it was so loud and sounded just old and like an ugly piece of machinery, plus it was bigger and didn't look as nice. I love the futuristic look of the Equinox, even though that might sound a little silly! I love taking it with me anywhere now, it just makes getting my oxygen therapy seem so much more effortless.” - Jose D.

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  • AirSep Intensity 10 vs. Invacare Platinum 10 Customer Reviews

    We have several great options for those who need a high pressure flow of oxygen, and among those are the Intensity 10 for AirSep, and the Platinum 10 from Invacare, two high quality and reliable brands. Once you get one of these home oxygen concentrators, you'll be well taken care of for years to come. Both of these concentrators are not only powerful, but they are also some of the newest and best, and the most relatively low maintenance than the older generation of home oxygen concentrators.

    Here, we will be comparing what our past customers have said about their experiences with these two home oxygen concentrators, so you can decide which one would be best for you. They both provide up to 10 LPM of continuous flow oxygen, but the smaller details and individual features about them can help you make your final decision.

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  • Airsep Focus Customer Reviews

    The Airsep Focus is one of our smallest portable oxygen concentrator, and one of the most popular of the smallest models. We knew that these little concentrators were popular, but we wanted to hear from out customers exactly how they felt about them, how well they were working for them, and whether or not they would recommend them to others. This is what they had to say about the Airsep Focus. If you're not sure whether or not the Airsep Focus is right for you, these customer reviews might be useful to you.

    “I didn't pay much attention when I was ordering my Focus, I just saw that it was nice and small, and it was enough to meet my oxygen needs without weighing me down. I arthritis that gets pretty bad at times, so I wanted to go as small as possible with my oxygen concentrator. I couldn't believe how light and small this thing really is when I held it in my hand for the first time. It's barely there! I also wear the extra battery belt most of the time, and I don't notice that either anymore. I like that I can go out somewhere and be able to completely cover it up with an over shirt or a jacket or a coat. Not that I mind if anyone sees my oxygen concentrator – it's not much of a bother anyway. It's just nice to be able to pretend like it's not even there, and I can with this little thing!” - Barry J.

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  • Reviews on Our Pulse Oximeters

    If there's one accessory that is both overlooked and important, it's the home finger pulse oximeter. We currently offer two pulse oximeters on our website – the Nonin 9550 Pulse Oximeter and the Roscoe Medical Finger Pulse Oximeter. Whichever one you choose, you will easily be able to check your blood oxygen level at any time. This ensures your safety, because it can be one of the earliest indicators of an oncoming exacerbation.

    We wanted to know what our customers thought about their pulse oximeters, and how well they have worked for them thus far. If you're not sure whether or not you should go ahead and buy one yourself, you might want to read these reviews. You can get an idea of the details of the functions, and how people have been using them in day to day life. We specifically wanted to know if our customers would recommend these pulse oximeters.

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  • Invacare XPO2 vs. Respironics EverGo Patient Reviews

    We offer two of the most powerful and efficient portable oxygen concentrators on the market, and they are so close in similarities we decided to see what our customers thought about them. Keeping in mind, not everyone's situation is the same – you might need a pulse dose on the setting of 5, while someone else needs it on 6.

    One might not be better than the other, it just might be better for you personally. You can read these customer reviews below to help you decide.

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  • Looking for Oxygen Cannula Testers

    At American Medical we are always looking for ways to improve our products so we love to get feedback from our customers. We are looking for 5 people to test and give us feedback on three different cannula’s that we offer.

    We value your input and are interested in your general cannula feedback but particularly your thoughts on differences of each cannula and any suggestions you have on cannulas from Soft Hose, Captive Technologies and Salter Labs.

    As a participant of this testing, we will send cannulas at no cost to you. If you are interested, please contact [email protected].

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