The ResMed AirSense 10 and 11 are continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machines that treat sleep apnea. Key differences between the two models include:
The AirSense 11’s lightweight and portable design makes it easier to travel with than the AirSense 10.
The AirSense 11 boasts a larger and clearer display than the AirSense 10.
Automatic Pressure Adjustments
Both machines have an AutoSet feature that automatically adjusts the air pressure overnight as needed. What differentiates the AirSense 11 is its AutoSet for Her feature, which takes the unique pressure needs of female users into account.
The AirSense 11 has more complex tracking capabilities than its counterpart. Installing the myAir app on your tablet or smartphone lets you track your therapy usage and progress. You’ll receive daily reports on your therapy usage, as well as tips and tools to improve your sleep, which you don’t get from the AirSense 10.
PriceThe AirSense 11 has a higher price tag than the AirSense 10.
However, it’s updated with a larger display, better tracking capabilities, and a compact design. While the AirSense 10 is a reliable CPAP machine, the AirSense 11’s new features justify its cost.