Portable Oxygen Concentrator Comparison Chart
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Which portable oxygen concentrator should you buy?
A: We have provided a breakdown of several portable oxygen concentrators, including the Invacare Platinum Mobile, Inogen One G4, Inogen One G3, Philips Respironics SimplyGo Mini, Philips Respironics SimplyGo, Caire/SeQual Eclipse 5, and the Drive/DeVilbiss iGo. If you need further help, we suggest contacting our customer care team for suggestions on which make and model best suit your specific needs.
Q: How to choose a portable oxygen concentrator?
A: Make sure the settings support your prescription, particularly that the concentrator can deliver the right liters-per-minute (LPM) you need. Consider the weight of the unit and how often you will move it around. If you are particularly active, make sure to purchase a concentrator that will be easy for you to carry. Make sure the concentrator can supply you the right amount of oxygen regardless of your physical location, taking into account changes in humidity and altitude. Remember that our in-house respiratory therapist is on hand to answer questions. </span></p>
Q: How much does a portable oxygen concentrator cost?
A: The Oxygen Concentrator Supplies Store offers discounts wherever possible. In general, a brand new portable oxygen concentrator can cost between $1400 and $3500 depending on accessories and the make and model you choose.