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FullLife Full Face Mask with Headgear

FullLife Full Face Mask with Headgear
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FullLife Full Face Mask with Headgear
By Philips Respironics  |  Item No.: 1047916, 1047917, 1047918, 1067584, 1052153
Price   $149.00  $84.95
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A Full Face Mask with Just the Essential Features

Same Functionality, Less Mass

The FullLife Full Face CPAP Mask with Headgear by Respironics is a smaller and more compact alternative to the larger, more cumbersome models which have crowded the market up to this point. With the FullLife Full Face device, Respironics has eliminated forehead padding altogether to reduce bulkiness and allow for a clear line of vision for users. The result is a significantly lighter, more convenient mask which delivers high quality results but more pleasant experience for the user.

An Ultra-Convenient Design

In conjunction with a lighter frame, the FullLife Full Face CPAP Mask also includes a number of other features which provide a superior experience for the customer. This Respironics Full Face Mask is built with dual textured cushions which create a solid seal and provide added comfort; the mask also features a chin support band to increase stability, and two 360 degree swivels permit tubing to move easily and freely.

FullLifeFull Face Mask with Headgear from Phillips Respironics Features

  • Size - Medium Wide (product no. 1067584)
  • Hoses can be easily disconnected by using the swivel quick release tabs
  • Two 360 degree swivels permit high tube movement
  • Dual textured cushion enhances comfort and reduces mask movement on your face
  • Lack of a forehead pad allows for clear line of vision
  • Provides an exceptionally quiet therapy experience
  • Latex free design prevents allergic reactions and skin irritation


RX Required.


SKU: 9
  • Mask Frame - Thermoplastic Polyester Elastomer
  • Cushion - Silicone
  • Headgear - Urethane, Lycra
  •   HCPCS CodeA7030 A7035
  • Mask Frame
  • Cushion
  • Headgear
  • by Michael N Date Added: Friday 26 September, 2014
    Great comfortable mask. It makes me feel like I am Darth Vader or something :) but it is a nice fit. There is a chinstrap that is also built in which is nice because it helps keep my mouth shut at night while Im sleeping. All in all, great mask. Very happy with my choice. Ciao!

    Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
    by wendel m Date Added: Friday 26 September, 2014
    I used to own a similar style of this a while back and this one seems to be the new version. The new Fulllife Full face revision is more comfortable and less prone to leaks compared to the old one from what I experienced. Also the bottom chin strap was a good idea and keeps because it keeps the mask from riding up the face during sleep which I felt the previous one was notorious for.

    Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
    by wendel m Date Added: Friday 26 September, 2014
    I used to own a similar style of this a while back and this one seems to be the new version. The new Fulllife Full face revision is more comfortable and less prone to leaks compared to the old one from what I experienced. Also the bottom chin strap was a good idea and keeps because it keeps the mask from riding up the face during sleep which I felt the previous one was notorious for.

    Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
    by Wi Date Added: Monday 14 May, 2012
    I usually use a comfort gel full face mask so I thought I'd try something new this time. Big mistake. This mask leaks consistently and slides around on the face too liberally. I've followed the fitting instructions meticulously, moved between large and medium fit kit options and no luck without tightening the straps as tight as they'll go which rips up the bridge of your nose. And the headgear is woefully complex; no easy pull on and off. The troubleshooting section in the instructions actually says to remember that not all leaks need to be closed. Really? Air blasting in your eyes even on low pressure shouldn't be a product feature. I regret being stuck with this one until my insurance will pony up for a new mask.

    Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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