I have the portable tanks (small) that I carry over the shoulder when I leave the house. Also, the big Concentrator with enough tubing to walk through my whole house. Sometimes it's quite funny when I get the tubing caught on something and almost pull my ears off. LOL I'm sure others have done that. I would like to travel, but the portable concentrators are very expensive to purchase and they would take my tanks away if I went with the portable in order for… read more
I've read up and in my state my insurance will pay for only 1 device portable or in home and I have to sign a 5 year contract with them that's all fine and dandy but I want portable I don't need one in home just while out and about at times..... What's best the one that you have to buy the oxygen tanks for or the one that purifies the air and delivers to u ???
My husband have COPD and is Diabetic with hight blood presure.He use an electric machine daily for up to 16 hours.We can not go anywhere because he get breath shortness to much,We are living in South Africa and I am looking for a portable oxygen unit it is very expensive and he was put on ill health January 2015 with a little pension we can not afford the portable oxygen machine.If anybody know of one witch will not be to expensive please let me know urgently Keep well all
We have had two power outages in the past 3 weeks. One was 7 hours. I freaked!! I only had two C tanks and one 1/2 full E tank in the house . Researched cost, reliability, etc. WOW -- about $800. Is it a small price to pay for piece of mind. I am on 4 lpm of O2 and can't last too long without. During the 7 hour outage, I laid on the sofa and did not move to conserve air. Thanks for your responses....breathe easy.