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DreamStation Go

12mm Micro-flexible tubing

    DreamStation Go

    12mm Micro-flexible tubing

    Freedom of movement when you sleep

    Our 12mm tubing is 58% smaller than Philips 22mm performance tubing* and offers better flexibility and ease of movement when compared to a 15mm tubing.** See all benefits

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Freedom of movement when you sleep

Our 12mm tubing is 58% smaller than Philips 22mm performance tubing* and offers better flexibility and ease of movement when compared to a 15mm tubing.** See all benefits

DreamStation Go 12mm Micro-flexible tubing

Philips smallest tubing, Offers freedom of movement, Philips lightest tubing HH1455/00 Find similar products

Freedom of movement when you sleep

  • Smallest and lightest

    Smallest and lightest

    The 12mm micro-flexible tubing is the smallest and lightest tube Philips has ever designed. In a recent head-to-head trial, patients found the DreamStation 12mm micro-flexible tubing to offer better flexibility, more comfort, and greater ease of movement when compared to their standard tubing.**

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  • *When compared to Philips Respironics 22mm performance tubing
  • **Head-to-head, incentivized trial, of DreamStation 15mm tubing vs. DreamStation 12mm micro-flexible tubing, 2016 (n=31)

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