Invacare XPO2

  • Portable Oxygen Concentrators Under 10 Pounds

    Here is a summary of the portable oxygen concentrators under ten pounds.

    Freestyle 5

    The Freestyle 5 is only 6.2 lbs and is small enough to carry at your side just like a handbag. It can also deliver up to 750 ml per minute of oxygen, and is considered a high capacity portable concentrator despite the fact that it's one of the small ones that don't require a mobile cart. Its dimensions are 4.4 inches wide, 10.7 inches high and 11.2 inches deep. It also has pulse dose settings between 1 and 5.

    The internal battery lasts for around 1 hour on the highest setting, and around 5 hours on the lowest setting, give or take a few hours for the settings in between. Just give it around 3.5 hours while plugged into a power source to charge it back from 0% to 100%. You can also use the AirSep AirBelt to add even more battery life. You wear the AirBelt around your waist, and plug it into the Freestyle 5 when you need more time between charges. The AirBelt can be charged using the AC and DC power supplies, just like the Freestyle 5.

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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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  • Inogen One G3 vs. Invacare XP02 Concentrator Comparison

    The Inogen One G3 Portable Oxygen Concentrator and the Invacare XP02 Portable Oxygen Concentrator are both state of the art, compact and lightweight oxygen therapy systems. Both portable concentrators are designed to give you the freedom to live your life and even travel without worry about tank refills or running out of oxygen.

    Here's a closer look at the similarities and differences between the Inogen One G3 and the Invacare XP02 to help you decide which portable oxygen machine is a better fit for your lifestyle.

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  • In-Depth Look at the Invacare XP02

    The Invacare XPO2 Portable Oxygen Concentrator is named for its exceptional portability. This oxygen concentrator makes it possible for oxygen dependent patients to have a small, lightweight, durable unit.

    The XPO2 is clinically robust enough for use at home and also enables travel with its extreme portability. The Invacare XPO2 is one of the smallest and lightest portable oxygen concentrator on the market and features a built-in and supplemental battery to give oxygen dependent patients freedom to travel, without worrying about running out of oxygen.

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  • Invacare XPO2 Frequently Asked Questions

    What is the maximum setting of pulse on the Invacare XPO2?
    The Invacare XPO2 has a maximum setting of 5 PULSE ONLY. This machine does not offer continuous flow so use for this machine at night is not recommended, unless a doctor gives permission.

    Will the Invacare XPO2 fit under a seat in an airplane?
    The Invacare XPO2’s dimensions are: 10 in X 7 in X 4 in. This is one of the smallest sized portables on the market and this machine is so small and will fit under any seat in any aircraft.

    What is the noise level of the Invacare XPO2?
    The Invacare XPO2 has a rated decibel level DBA LESS THAN 45 on the setting of 2 pulse. If you increase the setting above 2, the DBA level will increase.

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