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The portable oxygen concentrator

Oxygen on demand

A portable concentrator replaces your tanks with a small purse-sized device. It pulls oxygen out of the air, just like your machine at home. The difference is that it’s tiny, will run on batteries, and go anywhere. 

No more tanks. No more deliveries.

Using a portable oxygen concentrator means that you’ll never need to lug heavy tanks with you or wait for them to be delivered. 

  • Battery life of up to 5 hours
  • Auto adapter (DC) 
  • 5-year warranty
  • Lightest model: 2.6lbs.
  • Trade-up if your prescription ever changes
  • 24/7 Support (best-in-class)

From $2,495 or $79/mo*

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All of our oxygen concentrators can be plugged in at home while in use. Your batteries will charge while you’re using the concentrator too. If you need to move around the house, just unplug and the concentrator will switch to battery power.

iN THE CAR (OR rv)

Your concentrator comes with a car adapter that will power it while you’re driving. This means you can use your concentrator during your trip without relying on battery power.

Traveling by plane

Portable oxygen concentrators will function on airplanes. Most portable oxygen systems have been approved by the FAA for use on commercial aircraft. Follow the link below for more information.

Traveling with o2

continuous flow vs. pulse-dose

Oxygen Flow Rate

Home concentrators provide a continuous flow of oxygen. When using your home concentrator, you receive oxygen while inhaling and exhaling.

Pulse-Dose Mode

The small portable oxygen concentrators operate in ‘pulse-dose’ mode. When you inhale a micro switch turns on the oxygen flow; when you exhale it stops.

Dual-Mode Concentrators

Some oxygen systems are capable of providing both a continuous flow or a pulse-dose of oxygen. This function varies by manufacturer, but many will provide up to 2LPM of oxygen continuously and up to 5LPM on a pulse-dose mode.

The Tradeoff

All portable oxygen concentrators run on rechargeable batteries. When placed in continuous flow mode, they use more power and shorten the battery life. If you can use a pulse-dose system, and your prescribed flow rate is between 1-3lpm, then you may be able to use the lightest oxygen system available. However, if you need the continuous flow you may need a slightly larger device.

The Inogen One G4 Portable Oxygen Concentrator

Pulse-Dose Portable Concentrator

Inogen G4 Shown – 2.6lbs

Inogen One G3 Portable Oxygen Concentrator

Hybrid Portable Concentrator

Inogen G3 Shown – 4.7lbs.

Let's find the best portable oxygen system for you!

Oxygen equipment

Oxygen equipment isn’t created equal. What may work great for your neighbor could be a bad choice for you. The way these devices provide oxygen varies by manufacturer and model.  There are lots of things to know before you buy one.

Why we’re different

With over 22 years of experience providing oxygen equipment, we know how to select the right device based on your medical condition. We also know that your condition may change. That’s why we give you 30-days to change your mind and five years to trade-up should your prescription change.

  • 30-days money back
  • Five-year trade-up (incase your Rx changes)
  • 3 Year warranty
  • Free Shipping
  • Price match guarantee
  • We’ll match you to the right device

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