Nebulizers and Optichambers


Looking for recommendations on:

Portable nebulizer with air mask and carry bag

Optichamber air mask.


Both are not covered by my insurance.


Thanks so much





Comments 6

  • K8sMom2002

    What are some of the things that are most important to you about a neb? Light weight? Durability? Compactness? What sort of meds will you be using in it? (Some solutions require a particular type of nebulizer.)

    I know that both @GigiGibson and @Pljohns use nebs on the go, but I can't remember what theirs are. 

    And are you sure that your insurance won't cover either the neb or the air mask? Could you appeal the decision?

  • Pljohns

    I have 2 different types of portables-the Pari TrekS is super-I have 3 of them (car, office and home) and for the most part unless I'm having to do tons of extra nebs, it's the one I use all the time.  I have a big table top Pari that I use if I'm using it around the clock.  I have an Omron ultrasonic that I keep in my purse.  It is super if you need something and don't want anyone to hear it BUT I have been told several times it looks like a vape pipe.  The ultrasonic can't take all meds but it handles mine.  They are both $$ but well worth it.  The Omron doesn't have a mask and I don't think you can get one, but the trekS does and I've used it several times when I'm really bad.

  • Pljohns

    I have the Pari Trek S and a phillips one-I don't like the phillips one but I LOVE the Pari