The Inogen One G5 is the latest, most advanced solution for oxygen therapy at home, on the go, and while traveling. Designed and tested for 24/7 use, the Inogen One G5 portable oxygen concentrator keeps you breathing better no matter where you are, what you’re doing, or what time of day it is.
There are two types of portable oxygen concentrators (POCs) available on the market today: continuous flow oxygen and pulse dose, or intermittent flow, oxygen concentrators. The type of unit and flow settings you’ll need will be determined by your doctor. But it’s up to you to choose an oxygen concentrator that will best suit your needs and lifestyle.
Choosing the right oxygen concentrator for your needs and lifestyle can be stressful, especially when it’s your first time buying one or it’s been a while since you’ve upgraded, Oxygen concentrators aren’t something you can go to the store and try on, which is exactly why we’ve created a guide on how to compare oxygen concentrators, in-depth oxygen concentrator reviews, and side-by-side oxygen concentrator comparisons.
To help you choose the right oxygen concentrator, we’re highlighting the two portable oxygen concentrators made by Inogen. We’ll give you a side-by-side comparison of both the Inogen One G4 and the Inogen One G5. Once you assess your individual needs, you can decide which machine is best for you.
With many options to choose from, choosing the right oxygen concentrator can be difficult — especially when you don’t know where to start. Your doctor will decide how much oxygen you need, but not necessarily the exact concentrator system you will buy. It’s up to you to choose an oxygen concentrator that has the features you’re looking for and matches your lifestyle.
That’s why we’re highlighting two of Inogen’s portable oxygen concentrators, the Inogen One G5 and the Inogen One G3. Once you understand what each concentrator has to offer and assess your individual needs, you can decide which machine is best for you.
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.