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    Been AWOL but need some 50 PSI Compressor advise

    Been AWOL trying to launch a new career but so nice to see all the familiar names.

    Needing some help with a 50 psi compressor to replace the Invacare one that is not longer made!!!

    What other brands out there? Pros/cons? Recommendations???
    Thanks!!!

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    I keep seeing a similar machine, similar price by precision medical. Not sure about quality, etc. Otherwise Devilbiss used to make one -- ones I'm seeing otherwise are 3 times the price as what I paid for the Invacare.
    Parent to a child wcf double delta f508.

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    edited: i totally didn't pay attention to the fact that you have the Invacare one and it's no longer made! oops!


    I have the Invacare Mobilair 50 psi compressor. I've had it for several years and love it. it's not really convenient for travel unless driving, but otherwise it's great! I've had no issues with it.

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    Thanks both!

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    AWOL here too!

    I've watched but haven't chimed in much as I navigate the co-morbidity of dyslexia and ADHD with my CFer. Interesting connections arising . . . . But we have a Precision Medical Easy Air that has worked very well for several years now. Not sure if they are still around, but thought I'd mention it! Good to "see" you AboveAll.

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    I did do a search on an nebulizer site where I've purchased neb cups for travel and there was a section on different nebs and pressure. Showed a
    InnoSpire Elegance Nebulizer Compressor
    having about 44 psi and a pari vios pro with 44 or 46. Of course regular pari vios and devilbiss that I've used before showed 30+ and we all know how nebulizers differ. I still have an ancient devilbiss pulmoaid from a cousin who had asthma, which I use as a spare in a pinch and treatment times are much quicker on that one than the pari vios we use for travel.
    Parent to a child wcf double delta f508.

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    We bought the InnoSpire Elegance Neb Compressor which states a 44 psi, but it is way slower than our 50 psi.
    Mom to Luke, 16 years old
    Diagnosed with CF at age 5 - F508 2x
    Diagnosed with Crohn's disease at age 7
    My boy is special!

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    Quote Originally Posted by scrapper1264 View Post
    We bought the InnoSpire Elegance Neb Compressor which states a 44 psi, but it is way slower than our 50 psi.
    I figured for the price, it'd be a good travel nebulizer and when the 50 psi gives up, we'll probably get the similar one listed above. We got spoiled!
    Parent to a child wcf double delta f508.

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