CPAP Machines

Find the ideal CPAP machine for you with ease. At Sleeplay, we are here to assist you in your journey to locate the right machine, whether you prefer an auto-adjusting one or a portable device for travel. Browse our extensive range of CPAP machines below and start your sleep journey today.


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ResMed AirSense 11

Experience personalized and comfortable sleep apnea therapy with the Airsense 11.

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Free-2 Day Shipping ResMed AirSense™ 11 AutoSet™ CPAP Machine
Rated 4.7 out of 5 stars
Free-2 Day Shipping ResMed AirSense™ 10 AutoSet™ CPAP Machine with HumidAir - Card-to-Cloud
Rated 4.8 out of 5 stars
Free-2 Day Shipping 3B Medical Luna G3 CPAP Machine with Heated Humidifier
Rated 5.0 stars
Free-2 Day Shipping Luna II Auto CPAP Machine with Integrated Heated Humidifier
Rated 5.0 stars

CPAP Machine Reviews

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ResMed AirSense 11

I was recently diagnosed with OSA and the Airsense 11 is my first CPAP, 4 weeks and I have no complains, highly recommend this machine as well as sleeplay for great customer service.

Gustavo D.

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ResMed AirMini

I plan on visiting family for Christmas so I needed a travel CPAP machine to take with me. I purchased this one and have been using it to try it out and so far I love it. I sleep through the night without any issue and it was compatible with my airfit N20 mask.

Yenni F.

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ResMed AirSense 10

Excellent machine. Had to replace my old machine and this is such a great difference! It's easy to use, comfortable and very quiet.

Carol S.

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CPAP Machine FAQs

New to CPAP therapy and have questions? Check out our expert's answers to the most common CPAP mask questions.

What is a CPAP Machine?

A CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) machine is a device used to treat sleep apnea by providing a constant flow of air pressure through a mask to help keep the airways open and allow for easier breathing during sleep.

What is the difference between CPAP, APAP & BiPAP?

CPAP: Delivers constant air pressure to keep airways open during sleep.

APAP: It stands for Automatic Positive Airway Pressure, It is similar to CPAP but the pressure delivered changes automatically based on the needs of the patient. APAP machines can detect changes in breathing and adjust the pressure in real-time to provide the minimum pressure required for a given moment.

BiPAP: Bilevel Positive Airway Pressure, is also similar to CPAP but delivers two pressure settings: a higher pressure for inhaling and a lower pressure for exhaling. Used for more complicated sleep apnea.

Note: Appropriate device is determined by healthcare provider based on sleep study and other factors.

What are the side effects of using a CPAP machine?

The most common side effects of CPAP therapy include:

Dry mouth or nose, skin irritation, claustrophobia, nasal congestion or irritation, bloating and abdominal discomfort, and headaches.

These can often be managed with adjustments to the machine or additional equipment. Consult your doctor if experiencing any side effects.

How to get a CPAP machine without a sleep study?

We offer the Night Owl Home Sleep Test to diagnose sleep apnea. If the patient qualifies for a CPAP machine based on the test results, the cost of the test can be deducted from the machine order. This makes the process more effective and straightforward. Click here to find out more."

What connects to the CPAP machine?

A CPAP machine is typically connected to:

A mask via a tube to deliver continuous air flow for sleep apnea treatment. (nasal, full-face, or nasal pillow)

Hose, filter, power cord, and optional features like a humidifier or heated tube.

Can you finance a CPAP machine?

We offer Bread, Shop Pay, and Afterpay financing options to make purchasing a CPAP machine more affordable and manageable.

How often should you replace the components?

CPAP Tubing - Every 3-6 Months
Water Chamber - Every 3-6 Months
CPAP Mask - Every 6 Months
CPAP Filter - Every 2 Weeks

Our subscription option makes it easier than ever to get your CPAP essentials without the hassle of having to re-order.

Click here to view all CPAP Supplies replacement times.

What comes included with a CPAP machine?

A CPAP machine comes with the following: The machine, the power adapter with cable, user manual, and a standard CPAP tubing.

How much is a CPAP Machine?

The cost of a CPAP machine Click here can vary depending on the brand, features, and where you purchase it from. Typically, the cost of a CPAP machine ranges from around $500 to $3000 or more.

How to clean a CPAP Machine?

To clean a CPAP machine, disassemble it, wash the mask, tubing, and humidifier chamber in warm soapy water, clean the machine with a damp cloth, and reassemble. Clean at least once a week. Some people may prefer to use CPAP cleaners Click here, which are specifically designed to clean CPAP machines and accessories.

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