The NEW ResMed AirFit N30i Nasal CPAP Mask

ResMed AirFit™ N30i Nasal CPAP Mask

With another expansion of the AirFit™ line of products, the N30i is a newly designed nasal CPAP mask. The top-of-the-head tube design is very different than previous nasal masks from ResMed; the N30i is less intrusive, more flexible, and more lightweight.

Features of the AirFit™ N30i

  • Top-of-the-head tube design allows for multiple sleep positions
  • Curved nasal cradle cushion covers less of your face than a traditional nasal mask and sits comfortably under your nose
  • New SpringFit™ frame adapts for a stable, personalized type fit
  • Air flows through the frame for a soft yet secure cradle seal
  • New design leaves your face free and clear so you can wear glasses to read or watch TV
  • Noise is only 24 dBA, no more than a whisper

Buy the ResMed N30i

AirFit™ N30i Mask Frame

airfit n30i mask frame

The soft silicone frame not only helps hold the mask on your face, but also transports the airflow from the tubing to the cushion. The frame is much different than all of ResMed’s previous nasal mask frames. There is less bulk in the front portion of your face. That allows you to have more comfortable sleeping positions.

AirFit™ N30i Cradle Cushion

airfit n30i cradle cushion

The newly designed N30i cushion is not your traditional nasal cushion. This cushion is a cradle cushion, meaning it “cradles” your nose rather than surround it like traditional nasal cushions.

The N30i offers four cushion sizes: Small, Medium, Small Wide & Wide. The cushions are color-coded to be easily identified.

  • Small = Red
  • Medium = Blue
  • Small Wide = Purple
  • Wide = Gray

More information on the N30i

AirFit™ N30i Headgear

airfit n30i headgear

The design of the headgear eliminates any face contact. It connects to the mask on the back of your head, therefore not touching your face. Also, the headgear does not use headgear clips and connects to the frame using Velcro straps.

About the Author


Jason Smith is recognized by the board of polysomnographic technologists (BRPT) as a registered polysomnographic technologist (RPSGT) since 2003. He is also Director of Clinical Operations for 6 multi-state sleep diagnostic facilities including the nation’s largest 20 bed sleep disorder testing center. Jason has also been a Co-Author with two research publications featured in Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine.