With so many CPAP masks available, it is hard to know which way to go. Often we find people will stay with the mask they know. However, with the newer masks, there are often great improvements which can make therapy more effective and more comfortable. Which brand? Which type? Read on for reviews of the best CPAP masks.

Full Face Masks

A Full Face CPAP mask makes a seal with both the nose and the mouth.

ResMed AirFit F20

The ResMed AirFit F20 is a proven popular mask within the CPAP community. It’s Infinity Seal technology implemented by ResMed ensures a quality seal designed to reduce leak. The quiet air elbow minimises noise and airflow from the front of the mask. There is a For Her variant available. You can also use the memory foam cushion – The AirTouch F20 with this mask. Click here to view the ResMed AirFit F20 mask.

Fisher & Paykel Simplus

A Full Face Mask by CPAP giant Fisher & Paykel. While it’s been around for many years, it is favoured by many. Its three piece design simplifies assembly without compromising on comfort. Click here to view the Fisher & Paykel Simplus mask.

Philips Amara View

A full face mask with a twist is what you get with the Amara View. Brought out by Philips, this mask provides air through the nose by utilising an innovative ‘cradle’ design, meaning nothing is in front of your eyes. Click here to view the Philips Amara View mask.

Nasal Masks

Nasal CPAP masks will make a seal by covering the nose.

ResMed AirFit N20

ResMed’s AirFit N20 is a leading nasal CPAP mask. If you are up and down often throughout the night, this mask makes putting the mask on and taking the mask off simple with its magnetic headgear clips. Click here to view the ResMed AirFit N20 mask.

ResMed AirFit N30i Mask

Since its arrival in November 2018, the ResMed N30i has been an increasingly popular choice. WIth it’s cradle design which curves around the nose, it allows air to be released upward through the airways. Your CPAP tubing will sit on top of your head. Click here to view the ResMed AirFit N30i mask.

Nasal Pillows

Nasal pillow masks will make a seal with the inside of the nostrils.

ResMed AirFit P10

The ResMed AirFit P10 mask is a favourite among CPAP users. The P10 is minimalistic with a single strap headgear and very limited contact with the face. The exhaust valve is quiet and reduces the feel of the air that comes out the front of the mask. There is a For Her variant available. Click here to view the ResMed AirFit P10 mask.

ResMed AirFit P30i

The ResMed AirFit P30i mask is a new CPAP mask, launched by ResMed in March 2019. The headgear for this mask is designed to last longer than the P10’s headgear making it a popular choice. The tubing for the P30i sits at the top of your head as opposed to the front giving you a clear line of vision and causing less interference with your sleep. Click here to view the ResMed AirFit P30i CPAP Mask.

Philips DreamWear Nasal Pillows Mask

The Philips DreamWear Nasal mask is famous for its ‘top of the head’ design. This means that the tubing is connected to the top of the mask, as opposed to more traditional masks which tend to have the tubing connect at the front. This makes the Philips DreamWear ideal for stomach and side sleep positions. Click here to view the Philips DreamWear Nasal Pillows Mask.