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AirTouch F20 Full Face Mask front
  • AirTouch F20 Full Face Mask front
  • AirTouch F20 memory foam cushion
  • AirTouch F20 For Her Full Face CPAP Mask on woman

Return Policy: You may return unopened, unused products up to 30 days from the original ship date for a full refund, minus a 15% restocking fee and any shipping fees.

AirTouch F20 Full Face CPAP Mask from ResMed - is currently on backorder. You may still purchase now though and we'll ship as soon as more become available.

NOTE: This product requires a prescription. Please fax your prescription to us at (844) 841-8454.

The AirTouch F20 Full Face CPAP Mask from ResMed provides the excellent comfort and easy fitting headgear of the AirFit F20, but offers a memory foam mask cushion, instead of the AirFit's silicone cushion. The memory foam conforms easily to the contours of the face for a superior seal.

AirTouch and AirFit cushions are interchangeable within the Air series headgear and frame, so a patient currently using an AirFit mask can insert an AirTouch cushion into the frame, and vice versa.

*AirTouch memory foam cushions are meant to be surface cleaned only, not submerged in water! They are also meant to be replaced every month.

Equipped with an innovative new cushion and a variety of design enhancements, the AirTouch F20 is ResMed's most technologically advanced full face mask ever. And with its modular design, each size cushion can easily be clicked into the standard AirFit F20 mask frame.

ResMed also offers a For Her version of the AirTouch F20 mask, featuring stylish lavender accents and a smaller headgear.

Click here for a printable sizing gauge.

  • Specially-designed to fit all patients, regardless of facial profile
  • Designed to perform across a wide range of therapy pressures
  • Modular frame fits all cushion sizes
  • Magnetic headgear clips for easy release
  • Clear visibility - no forehead piece

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