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Designed to be more comfortable than your regular pillow! The CPAPMax Pillow can help reduce CPAP mask leaks and mask pressure, plus help you find a comfortable position to sleep all night, even with a cumbersome CPAP Mask. The larger cut-outs on either side allow you to sleep on either side of the pillow. We've added a range of heights, a cooler memory foam surface and a traditional fiber fill surface - All in the same pillow!
Colored pillow cases now available for the CPAPMax Pillow Case, More Info
Below are the available bulk discount rates for each individual item when you purchase a certain amount
Feedback from a CPAPMax Pillow customer: "I bought the pillow for my husband. Since he has been using it he has been sleeping much more comfortably which has made his CPAP use much greater. So his health is better. And since he is sleeping better so am I. I recommended this to anyone who is a CPAP user."...7/9/13
The comfort kit contains a CPAPMax pillow, custom pillow case, canister of CPAP wipes and a 6' CPAP Hose Cover. Great for new CPAP users or as a gift. Plus, you'll save 10% - bundled price is normally $100!
While the original Contour CPAP Pillow has been incredibly successful in addressing mask interference issues, our goal with the CPAPmax Pillow was to create a pillow for sleep apnea patients that not only performs better, but is also more comfortable than most traditional pillows. The pillow's dual sided design features fiber on one side and memory foam on the other, which appeals to a broad spectrum of consumer preferences.One challenge that we faced in utilizing these popular materials was insuring that proper support and stability was maintained so that the integrity of the pillow's CPAP mask pockets stayed intact.
We were able to stabilize the memory foam and fiber material by inserting a center layer of high resiliency foam to provide form, support, and relief from comfort issues. Additionally, heat build-up, often an issue with CPAP patients who use humidified air, was resolved with a unique perforation process that ventilates all the way through the pillow. This combined with a 3-D mesh cover that keeps the user suspended above the ventilated foam, allows air to circulate and humidity and moisture to dissipate.
The result is a pillow designed specifically for CPAP therapy users, but comfortable enough for anyone to enjoy.
Posted by Unknown on 8th May 2014
I used the earlier version of this pillow for about 4 years. The foam wore out at the neck/chin so I replaced it with this. This works even better because it's the right height for me. The old one I had to add a pillow underneath and that caused problems once in a while. Personally I can't tell the difference between the two sides. I would recommend this.
Posted by Unknown on 2nd May 2014
I didn't think I would like this pillow because I am fussy about pillows and usually find one I can scrunch up rather than fixed shape pillows. I sleep on my side, stomach and back so when I got my cpap machine I decided to give this pillow a try. The first night I wasn't sure I liked it but I decided to give it a chance and now I don't want to sleep without it; I love it!!
Posted by Unknown on 22nd Apr 2014
This product worked from the first day I tried it. It is easily adjustable. I haven't been sweating and I wake up without neck pain.
Posted by Unknown on 14th Apr 2014
I am a 40 year old male. I had my cpap machine for just over a month. Every night about 3 to 4 times I would wake up with air leaking out of my mask. I started using the Cpap Max and the leaks have all but stopped. Even better used to sweat very bad at night. With the Cpap Max I haven't been sweating! I am very glad I bought it and would recommend it.
The Pillow case however doesn't fit well. If I button it closed then it smashes the pillow and makes it lumpy. I leave it unbuttoned which seems to work alright.
Posted by Carol on 3rd Apr 2014
After reading reviews about the Cpapmax pillow I was a bit hesitant about purchasing the pillow. After many frustrating nights with my regular pills I decided to try the Cpapmax..I am so glad I took the opportunity to buy this as my nights are not as interrupted bt noisy air problems and my husband is very satisfied with the soundless change
Posted by Chris Forbes on 22nd Mar 2014
I am mostly a side sleeper & the pillow was advertised as being good for side sleepers. I find it not to be that comfortable. It is hard and I have not experienced any positive factors about it yet. For example, when I am sleeping on my side, that ear which is against the pillow hurts.
I know that I have 30 days to return it. I am still undecided if I will keep it or not.
Posted by Unknown on 7th Mar 2014
Yes, the pillow is thick but versatile. I am sleeping on the memory foam portion and it's perfect. I've been able to sleep on my side quite successfully.
Posted by Denis on 10th Feb 2014
I'm a side sleeper. and the cut-outs are just right, keeping my full-face mask from popping and leaking. Because we have a Tempurpedic mattress, I've taken out the extra layer of foam so the pillow height is just right as I sink softly int the mattress. I use the 3-D mesh side of the pillow as I tend to get hot during the night. When we travel, I bring the pillow, with the extra layer... you never know what kind of mattress you might encounter. Before CPAP, I'd used memory foam pillows. Those who are used to down might find the Contour a bit hard, but I'd rather be able to sleep well with my CPAP than to smother in a soft pillow.
Posted by Ginny T. on 4th Feb 2014
I have slept on this pillow for about 5 days now and still not sure I like it. After the first night, I removed one of the layers of foam as it was too high and I had a kink in my neck. I wish it had a fitted pillow case as the material on the pillow is kind of rough. As expensive as it is, you would think it would have come with one It could also be a bit longer. Up until now it's like putting my head on a rock, but I'll update this in a couple of weeks to see if I adjust to it.
Posted by Unknown on 21st Jan 2014
I'm new to this CPAP stuff, I've had back surgery and had the CPAP dropped on me 2 months after the fusion of 4 disks. So turning over on my side is difficult. Once I do I stay there a while. The cut outs make this a position I can stay in for a few hours nightly. The pillow is firm and takes a little getting used to. I would recommend this to anyone who sleeps on their side.