Introducing the worlds first hoseless cordless maskless battery-powered cpap device.
Launching on Indiegogo in June 2015!
You read that right. Airing has invented a micro CPAP device that has no hoses, no cords, and no masks. And we did it for one reason: too many sleep apnea patients don’t wear their CPAP masks at night. And who can blame them with those awful masks, cords, and hoses?
It’s all about the micro-blowers.
Airing is the result of an incredibly happy accident. Airing inventor, Stephen Marsh, was working on an entirely different invention at the time. And, as any creative inventor tends to do, Marsh began thinking about other applications for these micro-blowers.
The world’s first maskless, hoseless, cordless micro-CPAP device.Launching on Indiegogo, June 2015
Sale of the Airing micro-CPAP is subject to FDA approval.
Airing will review FDA requirements as part of the development process. The following content is Airing’s vision of the final design of the device. As a contributor to this Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign, you are supporting Airing’s intent to develop the world’s first micro-CPAP device.
YOU READ THAT RIGHT. We invented a micro-CPAP device that has no hoses, no cords, and no mask. And we did it because too many people have sleep apnea, and too many of those don’t wear their CPAP masks. And who can blame them with those masks and hoses? But we need your help to get it off the drawing board and into your hands. We plan to raise money through Indiegogo starting June 15, 2015. Learn more about Airing on this page, join us on our Facebook page and then contribute to the cause so you can be the first in line when production begins.
With your help, we can liberate sleep apnea sufferers everywhere.
Airing liberates you from sleep apnea.
Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is typically caused by a blockage of the airway when the soft tissue in the rear of the throat collapses during sleep. Untreated, OSA causes a number of serious health problems, including high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, memory impairment, weight gain, and headaches. The standard treatment for OSA is what is known as “Continuous Positive Airway Pressure,” or CPAP.