Resmed Swift FX Nano Nasal CPAP Mask with Headgear
Favored by customers across the United States, the Swift FX is the industry standard in Nasal Pillow comfort and reliability. Simple by design, the Swift FX has been reduced to a sleek, minimal interface that is lightweight and easy to fit. Changes from the Swift™ LT can be seen on the headgear, pillow cushion, and frame.
The exhalation ports are located on the frame, not on the cushion, allowing air to disperse gently outward and away from you. This improvement has dampened audible motor whine and airflow noise. Sound levels have been reduced to only 25 decibels at the mask
Small, Lightweight, and Travel Friendly
Calling the Swift™ FX 'minimal' is not a fair description. The mask's frame is practically invisible with the pillow cushion connecting seamlessly with the rest of the mask. A set of "lock and key" quick-release tabs secure the silicone headgear straps and allow for easy removal from the frame. The minimal design creates an ergonomic comfort and allows for reading or watching TV at bedtime, even with glasses on.
The Swift™ FX nasal pillows are designed with dual-wall flaps with improved for better support and comfort. The cushion's base is outfitted with an integrated flexible chamber that provides stability for side sleepers. This added flexibility accommodates movement and a reliable seal at high therapy pressures. The Swift™ FX has been tested up to 20cm of water pressure and can maintain a consistent seal even at maximum therapy.
For an added softness, ResMed has included a set of Soft Wraps, which can be worn around the headgear side straps. The soft fleece material prevents the silicone headgear from slipping and ensures maximum comfort.
The minimal design is very simple to use, with only 2 points to adjust: A low-profile backstrap and buckle on top. The backstrap is a Lycra-based material with Velcro fasteners. The top buckle is incorporated into the headgear and uses a set of notches for easy adjustment. This streamline design helps foster a sense of freedom and promotes early CPAP acceptance