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I normally appreciate the humor and creativeness of the descriptions. However, I have NO IDEA what this is, what it does, or why I should want one. Creative descriptions are great, but don't forget that you need to let us know about the product (and why almost everything included in the specifications says ”not included”). I love you woot, and this is the one site I visit EVERY day. Just remember sometimes we would like some actual info on the product.
I have come to chew bubblegum and kick ass... and I'm all out of bubblegum!
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For those looking to use with a CPAP/BiPAP/xPAP machine, here's the Resmed Battery Guide. The size of battery you need depends on how high the pressures are and whether or not the humidifier is needed/desired. Most newer Resmed machines will run off most any inverter, but the 12V DC converter will provide slightly longer run time.
I am not an expert and have not purchased this item. Just another user passing on information I have found while looking for a portable battery solution for my xPAP. As always, check with your sleep doctor, sleep therapist, and/or DME provider before making any changes to your equipment.
Edit - And I am only familiar with Resmed. Respironics and other brands may have different requirements. Check their website, etc etc...
It's a krap! We cannot repel bags of this magnitude!
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arismella wrote:Please, somebody, stop me from being "that guy" commenting on the historical inaccuracies of this write-up without even blinking at the anachronistic power pack it's selling. *breathes*
The writers know where your cube is. (That should suffice.)
I'm just hanging out, really.