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The CPAP Shop is Pleased to Offer the First Z1™, the World's Smallest, Lightest and Most Innovative CPAP Machine Available Today
Date:11/19/2013

West Berlin, New Jersey (PRWEB) November 19, 2013

The CPAP Shop, a national distributor of products and supplies for sleep apnea patients, is pleased to announce that they have been chosen to offer for sale the Z1 CPAP machine. Manufactured by Boston, MA-based Human Design Medical (HDMUSA™), the Z1 is the world’s smallest, lightest, and most portable CPAP device.

While Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) therapy is the gold standard for the treatment of sleep apnea, portability of the CPAP machine has been an important consideration for business and vacation travelers, long haul truckers, and others regularly away from home. The Z1 adjusts to an airplane’s cabin pressure and is approved for use on airplanes.

With the introduction of the Z1 CPAP machine, sleep apnea sufferers have access to the smallest, lightest and most portable CPAP machine available to date. At just 10 oz. and fitting comfortably in the palm or your hand, the Z1 can be used as a "plugged in" or "unplugged" CPAP. In the unplugged version, the Z1 utilizes a small, integrated battery system called the PowerShell™ that delivers a full night of cord-free power on a fully charged battery. The battery’s unique design adds just another pound making it extremely portable. Moreover, at only 26 dBA, it is also among the quietest machines on the market. You can view a Z1 CPAP Machine Video on TheCPAPShop.com YouTube Channel.

The Z1 is highly suitable for business travelers, vacationers, outdoorsman, truckers, and others that may find themselves away from home for extended periods of time. These CPAP users will not have to sacrifice any features as the Z1 has an operating pressure range of 4 to 20 cm H2O and an automatic pressure relief, Z Breathe™, for comfort. The Z1 CPAP machine also provides data-capable recor
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