Hose Buddy tangle-free CPAP hose suspension system
The HoseBuddy Tangle Free CPAP Hose Suspension System from HoseBuddy Systems LLC fits between the mattress and the box spring to lift the CPAP hose above the user while they sleep.
- Swivel Arm
The steel arm of the HoseBuddy swivels in a 360 degree motion to allow for optimum movement throughout the night. This feature is designed to prevent hose interference during sleep.
The Travel HoseBuddy is very easy to use. Once the pieces are installed, place the HoseBuddy between the mattress and the box spring for functional assistance. To install the fully adjustable HoseBuddy, follow these steps:
- Insert the stand under the mattress
- Attach the hose to the holder
- Adjust the height between 34 and 37 inches
If you have problems with water condensation in your hose or mask, the HoseBuddy CPAP Hose Holder can provide the clearest path of resistance so that moisture cannot collect.
The original HoseBuddy Suspension Systems only weighs 4.5 pounds. The equipment is lightweight, yet it is durable. When the equipment is not holding a tube, the user may even decide to hang the mask from the hook.
Also, the HoseBuddy now comes with a 4" inch Foam Headboard Protector. Use this to guard against damaging your bed's headboard.
Does the job
Posted by Unknown on 31st Jul 2016
My wife loves this hose hanging system.
Posted by Steve Bontreger on 5th Apr 2016
I travel fairly regularly and putting my CPAP on the lamp stand in the hotels can be crampy. I bought this one and find it too bulky to travel. I should have chosen the travel version of this :(
Steve, You can call 574-534-9911 and exchange this one for a travel version, which is light and easier to carry. Sleep Well.
A Must Have
Posted by G. Miller on 5th Apr 2016
I was not getting tangled up but had to stay conscious of that problem during sleep. I used to minimize rolling around the best I could, but after I bought this, I am can sleep without having to worry about the hose getting tangled up. The set up was easy. The material is durable. It does not look bad either. Too bad though that the insurances do not pay for this.