Introducing the new Innospire Go. Designed to make treatment times easy and fast, this handheld unit gives you more time for life. The sleek, simple design is easy to use and easy to understand. Start the therapy with a push of a button. Both audible and visual queues signal when therapy is complete. The device turns itself off when done.
The Innospire Go was designed with your convenience in mind. You can take it anywhere. The battery is charged just like a portable phone and lasts for up to 30 treatments per charge. The vibrating mesh nebulizer therapy device turns liquid medication into a fine mist which can reduce your treatment time by 25% compared to other devices like it’s predecessor the Aeroneb Go. Most medication will take just 4 minutes to complete. In addition, the machine is virtually silent when on.
The easily detachable mouthpiece makes cleaning the Innospire Go simple. After each use, simply pour away the residual medication and rinse the mouthpiece thoroughly under running tap water. Daily cleaning is recommended by soaking the mouthpiece in soapy water for 2 minutes and weekly cleanings are recommended by boiling the mouthpiece for 10 minutes.
What's in the box:
This unit needs no tubes or neb sets, but you may need parts or accessories! Click here for a list of parts and accessories for this nebulizer!
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|PRODUCT DIMENSIONS||Size: 2.76" x 1.77" x 5.31"|
|WARRANTY||Handset warranty: 2 years; Mouthpiece warranty: 1 year|
|MANUFACTURER ITEM CODE||1126591|
|METHOD OF NEBULIZATION||Vibrating Mesh Technology|
|POWER SUPPLY||Rechargable lithium ion battery|
|PRODUCT WEIGHT||Weight: 0.24 lb|
|REUSABLE OR DISPOSABLE||Reusable|
Innospire Go Portable Mesh Nebulizer
Love it! It is so much like the Aero never that was discontinued.
This neb is simple (just two pieces, and the mesh is well-enclosed so you don't damage it), fast (faster than a relatively new LC Sprint, at least when it's new), reliable (hasn't sputtered once on me), silent (honestly it's kind of eerie coming from a compressor neb), easy to clean (just dish soap and tap water!). It also works with hypertonic saline (at least so far), which the Flyp miserably didn't.
The one major con is that some of the aerosol condenses in the mouthpiece. It's designed to catch some, but it's still possible for the condensed medication to spill out the mouthpiece or vent holes. I've had similar problems with the exhalation valves on some compressor neb sets, but this is a bit worse. It's a tricky part of the design of a mesh nebulizer -- if you don't give the medicine somewhere else to condense, you risk it condensing back on the vibrating mesh and weighing it down so it stops working. The Flyp had this problem for me, and the Omron NE-U100 had it for at least one reviewer; I'll take reliable and drippy over unreliable.
Some other small complaints: it doesn't charge off USB, the internal battery is rechargeable but not replaceable (but you can use it while charging, so I hope it'll at least be usable while plugged in once the battery dies), replacing the mesh requires replacing the entire mouthpiece at a whopping $100, the included hard case won't fit the adult mask, and the mouthpiece-handset connection is secure but could feel a little less wiggly.
Overall, I'm super happy with this. Not enthusiastic about the parts costs, but I'm hoping my mesh lasts a while.
I like this nebulizer especially in this era of Coronavirus. I have been using H2O2 nebulizer to kill any pathogens I may have. It is nice feeling to know that I have this portable device is available wherever I go. Thank you just nebulizer.
Very good quality but price is high