*Currently not available when using full face masks
Watch the video to learn about how Ken discovered he had sleep apnea and how he’s using AirMini for his sleep apnea as he travels the world.
Whether you’re going on an overnight road trip or a two-week international vacation, you’ll be able to sleep well and tackle your daily adventures if you continue using your CPAP away from home.
If you’re planning to fly with your machine, be sure to pack your CPAP prescription with your CPAP equipment in your carry-on luggage. Putting your machine in a clear plastic bag, will also help you get through security more quickly. Don’t forget to check with your airline about power/usage on the flight.
Don’t forget the plug and/or adapter with you as well as an extension cord in case there isn’t an outlet near your bed. If you’re traveling internationally, the power outlets will most likely will be different, so be sure to bring an international outlet adapter that will work in the location you’re traveling to.
If you’re an avid traveler, or just like easy portability, you might want to consider getting a smaller, lightweight CPAP machine for your travels. AirMini is a great option.
Humidity can ease your discomfort in extreme climates. AirMini has a waterless humidification system that delivers the comfort of humidity without the hassle of carrying purified water everywhere. Humidification not available with full face masks.
Be sure to ask your provider for another filter and pack appropriate cleaning supplies in case you need them while you’re traveling. And, be sure to clean your CPAP equipment, as directed, when you get home.