The Resmed Airfit F20 Full Face Mask is more than a simple Mask. Resmed to implemented the latest technology and minimalist design for the user.
Airfit F20 InfinitySeal cushion is the most adaptive mask ResMed has ever designed. Along with a soft and flexible frame. Patients are provided with a reliable seal throughout the night, regardless of sleep position.
This new cushion features specially designed “infinity” loops and varying thickness levels designed to reduce blowout and provide support at the sides of the nose.
F20’s elegant design with a flexible padded frame, plush headgear, magnetic clips and quick-release elbow makes it easy to use and a joy to wear all night, every night.
Features Airfit F20 Mask
- Quick Release
The quick release elbow on the AirFit™ F20 mask can be removed from the tubing without having to remove the mask fully.
If you need to get up during the night this means you don’t have to worry about. Taking the mask off and re adjusting it when putting it back on, allowing you to make a quick reconnect to the tubing without disrupting your rest.
- Advanced Quietair Diffuser Elbow
AirFit F20 features ResMed’s QuietAir Elbow with almost silent air dispersion and a more gentle exhaust airflow than ever before so everyone can enjoy a quiet, comfortable night’s sleep. F20’s elbow also features quick release squeeze-tabs so it’s easy to detach with one hand at night; and it rotates 360° with an independent tube swivel to reduce tubing drag and resistance.
- Visibility Design Resmed
The design of the Airfit F20 allows for the mask to cover up both the mouth and the nose without the need of adding a forehead support. The frame of the mask basically sits low beneath the eyes while at the same time arises above the ears, something similar to a “winged” comfort design. The head of the patient is covered by a minimalistic amount of fabric because the mask frame connects with the headgear at the ears.
Thanks to this innovative and special design, both the mask and the headgear part sit in place without additional accessories such as a plastic frame of the support part. This open range of visibility is very much enjoyed by patients who struggle with claustrophobia or those who like to have an open field of vision during therapy for watching TV reading, writing, etc.