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ResMed maximizes awareness, demand

March 19, 2021Liz Beaulieu, Editor

SAN DIEGO – ResMed is positioning a new online shop as a way for the manufacturer to be a “strong partner” for its HME provider customers.  The company last week launched to sell its AirMini travel CPAP devices to cash-paying customers.  “By setting a benchmark for the online patient experience, we’re maximizing patients’ awareness of and demand for the products and services HMEs provide,”...

AirMini, Cash Sales, CPAP Device, e-commerce, Online shop, ResMed, travel CPAP

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ResMed launches online shop for AirMini

March 16, 2021HME News Staff

SAN DIEGO – ResMed on March 16 began offering its AirMini CPAP and related masks and accessories to cash-paying customers through a new website  “Over 54 million Americans have sleep apnea – over 80% of whom are undiagnosed,” the company states. “Our mission is to drive awareness of the disease, plus how easy and effective today’s digitally connected home solutions are. We believe this will further normalize the condition,...

AirMini, cash-paying customers, ResMed, travel CPAP

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Travel CPAP ready for 'next wave'

April 6, 2018Theresa Flaherty, Managing Editor

YARMOUTH, Maine - Providers expect to see sales of travel CPAPs increase as the devices become more visible in the public domain.“You had the initial surge of early adopters who tend to be early tech adopters,” said Jay Levitt, founder of San Diego-based Lofta. “Now we are seeing a bigger second wave, in which people are seeing them being used on airplanes or reading accolades about them. People are buying them.”There are four primary travel devices currently on the market:...

Human Design, Lofta, ResMed, respironics, somnetics, travel CPAP

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Lofta launches website for AirMini

August 17, 2017HME News Staff

SAN DIEGO - Lofta, a home medical device retailer, has launched a new e-commerce website devoted exclusively to the AirMini, ResMed's new travel CPAP device. The website,, features a la carte purchasing for the AirMini and compatible full-face, nasal and nasal pillows masks, as well as complete bundles. Lofta offers unlimited access to its support team through the website's online chat or by phone. The company also offers a 30-day risk free trial period and a zero interest 12-month...

e-commerce, Lofta, ResMed AirMini, travel CPAP

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CPAP manufacturers go small to go big

May 5, 2017Liz Beaulieu, Editor

SAN DIEGO and AMSTERDAM - By launching travel CPAPs within weeks of each other in April, the two biggest names in sleep therapy, ResMed and Royal Philips, have started a race to grow a market for the devices.Here's what officials from those two companies had to say about how they plan to unlock “pent-up demand” for their newest and smallest devices.Why now?“We learned through consumer research of an increasingly apparent balancing act (patients) faced between traveling with a cumbersome...

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ResMed's hits market with travel CPAP

April 25, 2017HME News Staff

SAN DIEGO - ResMed unveiled its travel CPAP, the AirMini, today, April 25. Weighing just 0.66 pounds and measuring just 5.4 x 3.3 x 2 inches, the company is hailing the device as “the world's smallest CPAP machine.” “CPAP is now more portable and accessible than ever before,” said Mick Farrell, CEO, in a press release. “I have been traveling all over the world with a prototype of the AirMini system, using AutoSet, humidification, and an AirFit P10 pillows mask, and it...

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ResMed prepares to grow demand for travel CPAPs

January 27, 2017Liz Beaulieu, Editor

SAN DIEGO - ResMed aims to blow up the market for travel CPAP devices with its soon-to-be launched AirMini, company officials said during a conference call Jan. 23 to discuss second quarter earnings.When an analyst on the call asked how big the market is for travel CPAPs, CEO Mick Farrell acknowledged that it's a “a very small niche,” but that HME providers and their customers are increasingly embracing cash sales, and that ResMed is ready to leverage that changing mindset.“We think...

AirMini, CPAP Devices, ResMed, travel CPAP

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