Whether at home or on the go, H2Doze offers a convenient, travel size bottle of distilled water that provides two nights of quality sleep per bottle.
H2DOZE – Pack of 6
- Safe! Distilled water is sterile prior to opening. By using a gallon jug, the risk of bacteria, viruses and mold spores grows by the day. H2Doze is a two day supply reducing that risk significantly.
- Environmentally Responsible! Most people who travel need 8 to 16oz of distilled water for each use. Purchasing a gallon usually leads to pouring 100+ ounces down the drain.
- Convenient! Traveling with a gallon jug is not only a hassle, but it is also impossible when flying. H2Doze is TSA approved when accompanied by a CPAP machine.
Simply place this 16.9 oz bottle in your luggage and check it at the airport, or better yet, place it in your carry-on luggage with your CPAP machine. The “Medically Necessary for CPAPs” line on our label means H2Doze is approved by TSA when accompanying a CPAP machine. H2Doze removes the stress of traveling with a CPAP machine and allows you to focus on the reason for your trip.
Also rely on H2Doze in your home as a safer, more convenient alternative to gallon jugs of distilled water. Never trust tap water from any source for your CPAP machine.
ACCORDING TO THE EXPERTS
According to the Environmental Working Group (EWG), over 300 contaminants can be found in U.S. tap water. More than half of the chemicals detected are not subject to health or safety regulations and can legally be present in any amount.
Several cases of lung disease have been connected to contaminated water in a CPAP humidifier. With a smaller 2-3 day supply, H2Doze reduces these risks of bacteria, mold or viral growth because of its limited exposure to outside contaminants.
CPAP.com recommends using distilled water for your CPAP humidifier because it has less minerals and may be more sanitary than tap water. During use, the evaporation of tap water can leave mineral and lime deposits in the water chamber, hose and mask. This will significantly reduce the life expectancy of equipment and have negative effects on your body.”