Smaller and lighter than a smartphone, Flyp™ fits in your pocket.
It’s the virtually silent nebulizer. And it has HypersoniQ™ technology, which utilizes an internal disk that vibrates at an ultrasonic speed. When medication passes through the disk's holes, it produces an inhalable aerosol. Because the disk vibrates 2,000 times faster than a hummingbird's wings, the time it takes to dispense the medication is greatly shortened to about 7 minutes for most medications. The reservoir holds 6mLs and the extended battery life can give up to 15 treatments. Additionally, there is a dedicated pulse cleaning mode for more efficient cleaning.
And Flyp is warrantied for 3 years. It’s revolutionizing the market — and is going to change your expectations of what a nebulizer can do.
This is not a hands-free device.
Do NOT use with Hypertonic saline.
What's in the box: device, drawstring bag, USB dual voltage wall charger, literature packet.
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I hate writing reviews are bad, as a combat disabled veteran. I was diagnosed with chemical exposure during service in combat. I have severe lung disease. Travel is very difficult when I do not have a battery powered or pocket nebulizer for my medication's. This was a great product, the battery died early, though I prepared for that. Once the mouthpiece broke, I could never get another replacement. I've tried calling this company over and over and over yet. No one has responded. At this point I decided to write a review. Again, I hate writing bad reviews. I would give the nebulizer itself a six out of 10 points. I would give customer service 80, I would give parts and replacement a zero, I would say this product because of a one out of three. It is a horrible product because they cannot replace anything or send you actually a new nebulizer or something upgraded because the one you have is no longer relevant. This company should stand by their products. Just as I did my military service. This is horrible, they can't even offer sending me something in return or to replace this product. Thanks for something, next time maybe you should have parts available. I spent $200.
Not sure what you mean when you ask for title review.
But my comment is I love the flyp. Why was it discontinued. My quit working and I’m will gladly buy another if it was available. Please info
Me as to the problem. Thank. Dixie Custer
This product has been discontinued
This nebulizer can be charged by USB. I bought 2 of them. I wish I had brought more of them. It was written in the instructions that duration of these devices was up to 3 years. One of them became defected after about a year. The device was no longer able to vaporize the fluid. The other one is still going strong over 4 years later. This device is small and easy to use, but I was forewarned at the time of purchase to read the instructions thoroughly before use.
Easy to carry, easy to use
Love my new Flyp nebulizer. I have to travel for medical appointments and the Flyp nebulizer replaced a bulky portable unit with way too many parts to assemble. LOVE my new Flyp. It does disperse the meds a little fast at first, I handle that by not closing my mouth fully over the mouthpiece for the first minute. Fits easily in my pocket or purse. Nice and quiet, easy to use, easy to clean. Thanks!
Still no parts
Have been waiting months for a replacement cartridge that I was promised. Don't waste your money on this crap. There are better units at half the price. By the way, the batteries are also junk.
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