AirFit P30i & N30i CPAP masks earn good design awards!
July 16th 2019
We’ve had some great news recently: two of our latest CPAP masks, the AirFit™ N30i nasal cradle mask and the AirFit P30i nasal pillows mask, both received Good Design Australia Awards in the Product Design category for achieving the highest level of design and innovation.
Selected from among nearly 700 entries, the nasal AirFit N30i and nasal pillows AirFit P30i are the first ResMed masks with a tube-up connection, allowing wearers to move and sleep in any position. Both masks fit at least 90 percent of wearers with only two frame sizes each.
“Overall, this is a robust piece of design that has been perfectly executed,” said the Good Design Awards Jury. “Care and detail were taken in the material selection for comfort and ease of fitment. They’re good examples of the understanding of the user in the context, and a very sophisticated tooling technique for the spring hinge that accommodates different head shapes, and also the soft nose piece.”
The 30 Series masks are just the latest of ResMed’s Good Design winners; in 2017, ResMed earned four awards for its AirFit N20 nasal mask, AirFit F20 full face mask, and AirTouch™ F20 full face mask with memory foam cushion, plus AirMini™, the world’s smallest CPAP machine1.
“We’re honoured that Good Design Australia has once again chosen ResMed products as the standard for medical device design,” said Mark Buckley, ResMed’s Vice President of sleep product development. “We continue to redefine that standard for the sake of patients’ comfort and overall health, as well as the efficiency of ResMed’s distribution partners. Their continued trust in ResMed is our greatest reward.”