Portable Oxygen Equipment

  • Oxygen Concentrator Packages

    You're interested in purchasing an oxygen concentrator, but there are so many choices and things that go along with them, and maybe you're not sure about what is the most bang for your buck. These machines were made for your convenience, so that you don't need to worry about purchasing more oxygen down the road – concentrators use the oxygen that already exists in the air around you! If you ask any of our happy customers, they will likely tell you that buying their concentrator was one of the best decisions they've ever made.

    Think of it as an Investment

    Buying one of our oxygen concentrator packages, as opposed to one concentrator by itself, is a great investment and will save you even more money later. Each of our packages is different, but they come with accessories and may even include another concentrator at a discounted price.

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  • An In-Depth Look at the AirSep FreeStyle 3

    AirSep's FreeStyle portable oxygen concentrator is the most lightweight, portable and quiet oxygen concentrator available with up to a pulse dose setting of 3. With the FreeStyle, enjoy unlimited oxygen supply while on the go.

    The AirSep FreeStyle Portable Oxygen Concentrator is one of the smallest and most lightweight portable oxygen concentrators available on the market today. Standing 8.6" tall and 3.6" deep, the FreeStyle is compact and unobtrusive. This sleek black oxygen concentrator features a durable, hard plastic shell with vents. The FreeStyle comes with an over the shoulder carrying bag that fits seamlessly over the body of the POC.

    The FreeStyle's control panel is located at the top of the portable oxygen concentrator. The control panel is covered by a transparent protective case that flips open to display an easy to read LED screen and button controls. The FreeStyle is unique from most other portable oxygen concentrators in that instead of having an on and off switch, the unit turns on by simply pressing the button (1 through 3) that corresponds with the oxygen flow setting you need. The FreeStyle's large, soft buttons are easy to press. In addition to the three pulse dose setting buttons, the FreeStyle also has a battery test button, which displays the remaining battery life in increments of 25% when pressed.

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  • Comparing the Battery Life of Portable Oxygen Concentrators

    When you need to rent a portable oxygen concentrator, the first thing you need to consider is how well it will meet your dosage needs, as prescribed by your doctor. You need a portable oxygen concentrator that delivers a continuous flow? Go for a versatile model, such as the DeVilbiss iGO or SeQual Eclipse, which are both portables that offer continuous flow settings. Only need a pulse dose? The Respironics EverGo or the LifeChoice will do the trick.

    After your oxygen needs are met, check out how long the battery will last, how long it will take to recharge, and if you will be able to charge the battery while plugged into an outlet, so that you can continue using the machine.

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  • Reviews of our Portable Oxygen Concentrators

    The pros should always outweigh the cons, but you should take them into consideration – the good as well as the bad – when you are shopping for an oxygen concentrator. Even the best models, or the one that is best for someone's individual needs, won't be 100% perfect. Knowing what to expect in the way of the “cons” will also help you prepare for these things down the line, and they won't seem as bad if you already saw them coming.

    LifeChoice (Portable)

    Cons: Not a good varying flow setting (pulse dose only from 1 to 3), loudest portable oxygen concentrator (almost 50 decibels), short battery life for one battery (2 hours at highest setting).
    Pros: Very small and lightweight (barely 5 lbs, only 9.5” high by 7.5” wide by a little over 3” deep), features sleep mode technology that adjusts the flow by your breathing patterns, FAA approved, can travel to an altitude of 10,000 feet outside of an airplane, available for rent.

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  • An In-depth look at the AirSep Freestyle 5

    AirSep's FreeStyle 5 portable oxygen concentrator is a compact and portable oxygen concentrator that offers five pulse dose settings. The FreeStyle 5 by AirSep has two additional pulse dose settings, settings 4 and 5, than the AirSep FreeStyle 5. Five hours of possible battery life when used at Setting 1 allow you to enjoy your active lifestyle while taking oxygen with you wherever you go.

    The AirSep FreeStyle 5 Portable Oxygen Concentrator is a full capacity oxygen concentrator in an easily portable size. The FreeStyle 5 builds on the success of the standard FreeStyle, but allows for greater oxygen capacity with a slightly larger design. The FreeStyle 5 is a non-medical looking device at less than a foot tall and only 4.4" wide. The FreeStyle 5 has a durable black plastic shell with a built in carry handle located at the top of the unit for easy portability.

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  • An In-depth look at the AirSep Focus

    The release of the Airsep Focus marks the availability of the smallest, most lightweight portable oxygen concentrator available on the market. This pulse dose oxygen concentrator operates on a setting of 2 liters per minute and easily travels with you to the gym, your grandchildren's recitals, or even on vacations across the world.

    The AirSep Focus is the smallest portable oxygen concentrator available on the market today. Weighing less than two pounds and standing at just over a half a foot tall, this small oxygen concentrator is housed in a durable, black plastic case. The Focus is truly wearable, whether you choose to wear it over your shoulder or around your waist with the included shoulder strap and belt accessories. The Focus was designed to enable you to live your normally active lifestyle without worrying about the size of an oxygen concentrator or tank refills.

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  • Why Most People Prefer Oxygen Concentrators

    When most people diagnosed with COPD and prescribed oxygen therapy by their doctor, they may initially get the picture in their mind of someone who is has to sit for hours at a time in their home, hooked up to a machine with a tank of oxygen. Whether you've been diagnosed with COPD, or any other chronic illness that requires the use of oxygen therapy, this doesn't need to be the case.

    Machines that require an oxygen tank are not the only means of getting oxygen therapy. A home oxygen concentrator is a good start, since you don't need to fuss with tanks or refills. A portable oxygen concentrator is great for someone who likes to stay active as much as possible.

    Oxygen Concentrator Testimonies

    “I've been using my portable oxygen concentrator now for a little less than two months, and it's the best investment I've ever made. I saved up and got the Inogen One G2 and I definitely do not miss my old oxygen machine, even if it was cheaper when I first bought it. Having to buy the oxygen refills over time was beginning to be a pain. My son's family are going on vacation in a few months, and back when I found out they would be going on a plane, I made the decision to buy this US airline approved oxygen concentrator. I can't wait to board the plane and have fun with my family this summer, with less to worry about!”

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  • Oxlife Independence Oxygen Concentrator

    The Oxlife Independence Oxygen Concentrator might be all you need in the way of oxygen therapy equipment. If you need an oxygen therapy, purchasing the Oxlife Independence will be enough to get you the oxygen you need, both at home and while you are out and about.

    The long battery life is something many customers are happy about with this model. The name “Independence” could be referring to the fact that the battery lasts as long as 6 hours while on the flow rate of 2 liters per minute, as well as the feeling you have when you are out and about, going about your day with this light weight, compact machine.

    The cabinet is only a total height of 20.2 inches, which is shorter than many chairs, from the seat to the floor. You will be able to turn the handle down when you are sitting still and push it out of the way under your chair, or under the table. The thickness of the cabinet is only a little under 11 inches, with a width of 8 inches. It has a thin design that will make you comfortable knowing it won't be in your way while you are doing housework or cooking dinner.

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  • In-Depth Look at the Oxus Portable Oxygen Concentrator

    The Oxus portable oxygen concentrator is a lightweight, supplemental oxygen system designed to give you the independence to live your life without worry about oxygen tank refills, home filling systems, or running out of oxygen while you are away from home. The Oxus portable concentrator was created with every feature important to oxygen dependent patients in mind. With Oxus, you can have a compact and portable POC without compromising on battery life, decibel level, or oxygen output.

    The Oxus Portable Oxygen Concentrator features one of the sleekest designs available on the market today. With a light gray molded plastic shell, the Oxus POC is a good looking solution for oxygen dependent patients seeking freedom to travel around town and even across the country. The Oxus has a sturdy carry handle made of dark gray molded plastic, contributing to the contemporary look of the unit with a modern two-toned design.

    Standing at less than a foot tall, and just 7.6” wide and 5.6” deep, the Oxus is one of the most compact portable oxygen concentrators available on the market without compromising on battery life, oxygen delivery and output, and noise level.

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  • In-Depth Look at the DeVilbiss iGo

    Anyone who needs to use oxygen therapy on a regular basis will tell you what they want in a portable oxygen concentrator. It has to be durable, last for many years without needing any major repairs, and be able to handle going with them wherever they might want to roam. The oxygen flow shouldn't be too overwhelming and feel more natural, and it should be light enough to bear carrying around on foot if they need to. One of the best portable oxygen concentrators on the market that feature these things and more are the iGo by DeVilbiss.

    DeVilbiss also makes a home oxygen concentrator, which is only 37 pounds, but of course you wouldn't be able to travel and do all the things you can do outside of the home with the iGo. The iGo is only 19 pounds, and that's with the battery in it. You won't feel as if you are weighed down as you are walking about.

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