How Much Does a CPAP Machine Cost?

According to, a CPAP machines help with sleep apnea by blowing “air at a pressure high enough to keep your airway open during sleep.”  All CPAP machines blow air at the same rate; APAP machines adjust depending on your breathing patterns; and BiPAP machines use different powers for inhalation and exhalation according to your breathing pattern.

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  1. Tiffany paid $ and said:

    My insurance paid for it at the time so I own my equipment out right it was a three thousand dollar machine.

  2. Lisa paid $ and said:

    So which is better? To be insured or buy your own machine? We pay monthly bills for the health insurance right? How much do you think it costs?

  3. Mark paid $ and said:

    I have a Respironics CPAP from Summit Respiratory. It is a rental and I just realized that the machine rental is $133 a month and the water heater for it is another $40 a month. I have had it for close to a year and I could have bought it outright long before now!

  4. Mellie paid $ and said:

    My insurance applied it to my deductible. If I would have known that or that you could purchase on your own with a doctor rx I would have looked for a better buy. What a rip off!

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