Short Answer: Absolutely! Patients love OxyGo, and so will you. OxyGo NEXT has 6 pulse flow settings, up to 13 hours of battery life and weighs only 4.7 lbs. OxyGo FIT is about half the size of OxyGo NEXT, and is small enough and quiet enough to be worn on a patient’s hip. If you compare any OxyGo model to other portable oxygen concentrators on the market, we think OxyGo is the clear winner!
Beyond being a high quality, reliable product, OxyGo also makes financial sense. OxyGo means less deliveries… no special HazMat licenses… no DOT training… and no placarding!
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"When I found out that I needed oxygen, I thought many activities were lost to me. OxyGo has restored my confidence in getting where I want to be, and my enjoyment in doing what I love."
"The tanks I used before OxyGo were bulky and very restrictive. I used tanks for almost a year before finding out about OxyGo. The tanks were a lot of work and I often found them exhausting to use and set up … OxyGo gave me my life back. Now I want to go places. I can take OxyGo to the pool, beach, grocery store, shopping. I am often gone 8-10 hours a day."
"OxyGo has given my mom her life back and mine too. Freedom to be the type of person she was before. The extra double battery is even more amazing. Before OxyGo she could not go to Columbus, two hours away to see my sister. Now she can see her grandkids—It’s a product that has definitely made her life a lot happier."
"I have patients coming in to switch out for the OxyGo POC because of its battery life. And they love and feel safer with the OxyGo POC because it shows exactly how much time is left to the minute rather than showing remaining time in percentages, which is what units competitive to OxyGo POCs do. Expressing remaining oxygen supply in exact minutes left is a big comfort advantage OxyGo has with patients."
"My life with OxyGo is really 103% better than it ever was with a medical oxygen tank!"