Tubeless CPAP mask draws $500K in funding

Wednesday, December 30, 2015

BURLINGTON, Mass. – Startup Airing has received $500,000 in funding to commercialize its disposable, tubeless CPAP mask, according to Boston Business Journal. The funding follows a successful crowdfunding campaign in July that raised $100,000 in three hours and has netted more than $1.1 million to date by offering vouchers to buy the mask at a steep discount when (and if) it becomes available. Airing plans to retail the masks for $3. The recent funding, from a single investor, is part of a larger goal to raise $2.5 million, according to the journal.


This is wonderful news as I am a side sleeper and I seem to toss and turn a lot in the night. Tubes, as you can imagine, get in the way with my cpap masks. I have battled with sleep apnea for years and have tried many different masks, so much that I started my own site ( so I can hopefully help others skip all the irrelevant stuff I went through. Very excited about tubeless systems!