Fisher & Paykel introduced the Vitera Full Face CPAP mask on to the market in 2019 with the intention of redefining mask performance. Using a patient-focused approach to design, the mask maximizes three vital components of any CPAP mask: comfort, adaptability and breathability.
Driven by modern design features, the mask offers a much slimmer frame than previous models such as Simplus Full Face mask to enhance a patient’s field of vision and overall, become less obstructive than other CPAP masks that are on the market.
Met with much excitement and rave reviews, this Fisher & Paykel CPAP mask looks set to change the innovation of Sleep Apnea masks to come. In the wake of its release last year, our CPAP equipment experts took it upon themselves to find out if this mask truly lives up to its praise.
Like with any new release of Sleep Apnea equipment, the most important aspect that patients and vendors want to know about are the features. Offering new technology such as RollFit XT and VentiCool, this CPAP mask certainly kept patients’ comfort in front of mind when designing this full face CPAP mask.
With new adjustable headgear and a removable forehead clip, the Fisher & Paykel Vitera Full Face CPAP mask certainly offers users a lot of benefits in the ease of use category.
Not only is it much simpler to put on and take off every day, its simple design and convenient velcro tabs also ensure that this mask can be easily adjusted without hassle during the night if need be and is more accessible in terms of cleaning.
Stability was a top priority for the design of this mask which is clearly evident in the use of the RollFit XT technology. When creating this mask, Fisher & Paykel wanted to design a full face Sleep Apnea mask that easily adapted to a person’s sleeping position.
As no two people sleep the same, their solution was to design a mask seal which allows the mask to dynamically move as the sleeper moves, keeping the seal in place, reducing pressure on the nose and minimizing mask leaks. This has been noted as a highly attractive feature for many active sleepers.
As the Fisher & Paykel Vitera Full Face mask is designed with forehead support and low-profile stability bar, it offers Sleep Apnea patients a more open and clearer field of vision.
Oftentimes, the design of full face masks can seem more bulky and obstructive. Even those that offer forehead support. However, as simplicity and ease of use were two high factors included in the innovation of this mask, it means that users can easily enjoy reading a book in the lead up to bed without their mask getting in their field of vision.
As an advanced full face CPAP mask, we found the newest design from Fisher & Paykel to offer unique technologies that are designed to keep the user as comfortable at night as possible. Our experts were not disappointed when it came to testing this mask out at home and found this iteration of Fisher & Paykel’s masks to be a worthy competitor for other best-selling and beloved full face CPAP masks on the market.
However, we must note that every CPAP user is different and it’s important, due to differences in facial features and sizes, to research numerous masks before you commit to one.
If you are unsure whether the Fisher & Paykel Vitera full face CPAP mask is right for you, our experts will be happy to answer your questions and guide you in the right direction.