The newest mask in 3B’s line up of soft and lightweight interfaces is the Rio Nasal Pillow Mask. The Rio weighs in at 2.6 oz, including headgear. One piece cushion construction makes it ideally suited for resupply with very simple cushion replacement. It’s rotating ball in socket swivel offer true freedom of movement.
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i am a respiratory therapist with isa/after having a stroke.i would sure like t try this mask if there is any way that could be arranged. it really looks like there has been positive changes, thank you for your time lee brownRRTNPS
We’ve passed along you email address to the manufacturer, as they can advise as to whether this can be arranged.
I have been trying this mask for 2 weeks. Prior to this I used the Resmed Airfit P10 satisfactorily but the insurance will now only replace the headgear every 6 months instead of every 3 so the company I deal with proposed the Rio II saying the mask was exactly the same with adjustable headgear. She didn’t tell me it was a different brand & design. With the Rio II the seal has not been nearly as good & my events are up. The Rio II is much noisier than the airfit P10 and blows air at the front which is quite annoying. The pillow of the Rio II is simpler and of lower quality than the airfit P10 and collapses, blocking air flow. I have been getting increasingly tired & depressed & have started having nightmares again, kicking during the night, yelling, and scaring my dogs & husband. The swivel tube at the front doesn’t adjust well as I turn while I sleep. I’m very dissatisfied with the Rio II. I definitely would not recommend it. The airfit P10 is by far a superior mask despite the headgear not being adjustable.
I agree – I hate this one.