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Yuo could get one in that range, but . . .

Posted by Doug H. on August 30, 2001 at 02:39:59:

In Reply to: Where to get a good deal on c-pap machine posted by looking to help brother on August 29, 2001 at 17:44:26:

. . . I recommend the F&P HC-200 or 201, which is in the $700.00 range. Thisi si because it has a built-in humidiifer. If he has to go out and buy a separate humifier, it will cost $300 to $400, making this unit competitive with a separate CPAP and humidiifer. Remember also that the mask will run an additional $150.00 or so.

Sometimes, they sell CPAP's on Ebay, even though this is technically illiegal. You might at least get a mask cheap. I think that the 6' hose is generally included witha CPAP, so you dhouldn't have any additional expense here.

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