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RemSleep Power

RemSleep AirPro Power

We have developed a range of off-grid cpap power solutions customised for use with cpap machines

The Best CPAP Power Solutions

Our 50 watt pro folding solar panel lets you charge your pro battery from the sun. It also has a USB output for charging other electronic items. It’s lightweight and compact making it perfect for travel

The RemSleep Pro batteries come in a range of sizes. From small, lightweight single night batteries to larger multi-night options perfect for camping. We have a power solution for every need.

Z2 Auto Travel CPAP

The No.1 travel cpap in the world. Ultra light weight and portable it works seamlessly with our range of pro power solutions.

There's a variety Of CPAP Masks Available

Find the right one for you!

Evora CPAP Mask from Fisher Paykel is used to treat snoring and sleep apnea
Can’t find what you need? Our award-winning customer care team is here.

CPAP FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers

The best CPAP machine is one that works well for you (and your budget). Your sleep consultant will explain your options, depending on the type and severity of your sleep apnea, as well as your personal preferences.

There are two main types of cpap machines. Fixed or constant pressure (CPAP) and Auto pressure (APAP). CPAP delivers a fixed rate of pressure and does not vary the pressure. APAP automatically varies the pressure minute by minute while you are sleeping. APAP machines are more enjoyable to use and provide a more tailored therapy. 

Advancements in technology of the years have enabled manufacturers to significantly reduce the noise the machines make and most are very quiet during operation. It is not a common complaint these days.

Yes, you definitely can and should take your CPAP machine with you when you travel. Lightweight travel machines are easier to travel with and the machines with a universal power supply can be used all over the world. If you’re sleeping on a plane, you need to ask the airline in advance for approval to use it on the flight. Make sure you can sit near a power source.

A CPAP machine works by helping to prevent your airway from collapsing while you sleep. This can reduce or eliminate snoring, insomnia, and night time bathroom visits so you and those around you can enjoy a more restful night’s sleep.

Yes you can buy a cpap machine without having a sleep test or a prescription however it’s always best to get medical advice from your G.P or health professional if you feel you have any health problem.

CPAP machine prices vary depending on the type of machine and its features. In Australia, you can pay around $1000 for a basic new machine and up to $2000 for a top of the line. There are a range of payment plans available.

CPAP Masks are between $100-200 depending on make and model

Many masks come in a ‘fit pack’ that comes with all the different sizes included in the one pack. Other masks have ‘size guides’ which can be downloaded and printed to help you find the right size. Another option is to see a consultant who will provide you with the right size after measuring your face.