CAIRE Freestyle Comfort Portable Concentrator Description Back to top
The CAIRE Freestyle Comfort is the newest addition of top-rated wearable portable oxygen concentrators from Chart. The Freestyle Comfort weighs 5 pounds and features an ergonomic design that rests naturally against the curves of your body, making it comfortable to wear while out and about. The unit also features a simple, one-touch operation with a color user interface, long lasting battery and utilizes UltraSense sensitive breath detection technology that ensures oxygen is being delivered to you when you need it.
At only 5 pounds with the small 8 cell battery, the FreeStyle Comfort is an extremely lightweight and wearable oxygen solution. Opting for the large 16 cell battery only increases the weight to 6 pounds. It was designed to nestle against the natural curves of your body, making it one of the comfortable concentrators available. The package also includes a stylish carry bag with a non-slip padded shoulder strap for hands-free mobility allowing you to take the unit virtually anywhere.
The Freestyle Comfort provides powerful and versatile oxygen delivery profile with pulse dose with settings from 1 to 5 and a maximum output of 1050 mL of oxygen per minute. It is powered by Charts UltraSense technology, allowing the compressor to adjust the oxygen bolus to match your breathing rate automatically. This technology means that whether you are at rest, exercise, or sleeping, the unit provides your oxygen requirements. This feature also ensures that oxygen is provided at the very start of your breath when your body uses oxygen more efficiently.
The small 8 cell battery averages up-to 4 hours on a setting of two and the optional large 16 cell battery averages 8 hours. The average time to recharge either battery pack from a 0% to 100% averages about 3.5 hours for the small 8 cell battery, and up to 6 hours for the large 16 cell battery. The FreeStyle Comfort will recharge the battery anytime it is installed, and the concentrator is connected to an external AC or DC power source.
The FreeStyle Comfort brings usability and convenience to a new level. A single button push starts the device, and it takes less than 2 minutes to start delivering oxygen. The machine’s sound level is a soft 43 decibels, so you can use it with confidence whether at home, in a restaurant, or at church. It’s also fully FAA certified and approved for airline flight on most major airlines.
To give you peace of mind the unit includes an industry-leading 3-year manufacturer warranty that covers the unit and the sieve beds. This is the only unit on the market with a warranty on sieve beds, a benefit that could save you hundreds of dollars. There is also a 1-year of warranty for the battery and power supplies.
The CAIRE Freestyle Comfort Package includes the Freestyle Unit, small 8 cell battery, AC power supply with power cord, DC power supply (vehicle power cord), carrying bag with shoulder strap, cannula and user manual. This package has a starting MSRP of $2495, please contact us for pricing questions.
Features UltraSense technology to automatically calibrate oxygen level to your needs.
Five pulse setting choices deliver up to 1050 mL/min of oxygen
Easy-to-read user Interface
Wearable and lightweight at less than 5 pounds
Ergonomic, curved design
FAA Approved for onboard/in-flight usage
Fully functional on AC or DC power
CAIREView Telehealth Technology
8 Cell Battery: 7.3 inches Wide x 3.1 inches Deep x 10 inches High 16 Cell Battery: 7.3 inches Wide x 3.1 inches Deep x 11 inches High
CAIRE Freestyle Comfort Portable Concentrator ReviewsBack to top
out of 5
Total Customer Review Rating
Review by Darth Vadar in your Bedroom on 11/6/2019
This machine is so loud and obnoxious
This is the loudest goddamn machine I've ever owned. It sounds like Darth vadar is in my bedroom and I will be a returning this tomorrow. It puffs every 4 seconds, clicks, the motor is loud, it's obnoxious. Id rather deal with 2 extra lbs than this ridiculous noise, and disturbance when sleeping than use this machine again
Review by Princss on 8/17/2019
Try not to overheat the producy
Review by Gerry Florida on 11/12/2018
Okay with reservations
The most obvious problem I encountered is the batteries self discharge if installed on the machine. I planned on taking it on a trip shortly after acquiring it and when I got on the plane and turned it on the battery was stone dead although I had charged it two days prior. The other battery problem is they only last between one hour and an hour and a half on a setting of two. The machine is a bit loud compared to other comparable concentrators but not really objectionably so. It is noticeably louder than my Inogen G4 and also doesn't run as long on a charge. On the up side, medicare doesn't balk at this machine due to it's relatively low price.
Freestyle Comfort unit (AS200-1), small 8-cell lithium ion battery (BT034-1S), carry bag (MS396-1), shoulder strap (MS397-1), power supply with AC input cable (4997-SEQ), DC (vehicle) power cord (CD041-1), cannula (C-7), and user’s manual.
Product Q & A
How loud is the Comfort Freestyle?
This unit is 43 decibels on a setting of 2. This is equivalent to the noise level of a running refrigerator.
Is there a backpack for Comfort Freestyle?
Currently there is not a backpack specifically designed for this unit.
Is the Comfort Freestyle continuous flow or pulse dose?
This is a pulse dose unit. with available settings from 1 to 5.
How do I know how much battery is remaining?
To check the battery charge, reference the battery icon on the control panel. Five Bars = 80-100% Battery Remaining Four Bars = 60-80% Battery Remaining Three Bars = 40-60% Battery Remaining Two Bars = 20-40% Battery Remaining One Bar = Less than 20% Battery Remaining
What is the battery service life?
Freestyle Comfort batteries are designed to average 300 charge and discharge cycles before the capacity drops starts to decrease.