A powerful continuous oxygen concentrator that is considered the “lightest stationary oxygen concentrator in the market” – and it doesn’t lie, given the 18-pound weight it’s built with, on par with even a few of the portable continuous flow oxygen concentrators for sale. The GS-100 is a version of the Inogen at Home product line of Inogen Inc., a leading producer of innovative oxygen solutions for respiratory patients. This unit is unlike the portable oxygen concentrators that the company is known for, namely the best-selling G series that made rounds in the market.
For Sale: Used Inogen at Home Oxygen Concentrator GS-100
The slim and compact design of this Inogen at Home model can fit into narrow spaces in the room and easily transfer it from one place to another. Its versatility and 24/7 powerful oxygen delivery makes it a good choice for a wide range of respiratory patients and also users who want a home oxygen concentrator that is lighter, quieter, and energy efficient. Though you often need to present a prescription before buying.
Features of Inogen At Home Oxygen Concentrator GS-100 for Sale, Used:
– Dimensions: 16.5”H x 13”W x 7”D
– Weight: 18 lbs.
– Compact yet durable design
– Easy to take anywhere compared to other stationary oxygen concentrators
Powerful and Efficient
– Oxygen Output: Continuous flow delivery system for up to 5 liters per minute with five flow settings
– Oxygen Purity: 87-96%
– Runs at low power consumption levels
– Proven and tested to run day and night for 24/7 use
– reaches 40 decibel noise at 2 LPM, offering the quietest oxygen delivery compared to many continuous stationary oxygen concentrators
What comes in the package?
– Inogen GS-100 oxygen concentrator
– AC power supply (with auto sensing for worldwide use)
– 3 years warranty for the concentrator
– 1-year warranty for accessories and sieve beds
– User manual
Frequently Asked Questions
Like any other portable oxygen concentrators in the market, the AirSep FreeStyle 5 has its own cool features that makes them stand out from other models, while also having major setbacks. So breezing through a couple of points here may help you decide whether it’s the right one for you and your prescription:
1. How is this different from the other Inogen products?
The G series is a popular lineup of portable oxygen concentrators that you might be familiar with by now. With Inogen at Home though, the difference is in the oxygen flow system and how the GS-100 is, in fact, a stationary oxygen concentrator that is not meant to be brought outside. Nevertheless, this model still got the compact and sleek design that is very much like the portable units.
2. Is the product safe?
Like many medical-grade equipment, you’d need to consult with your designated specialist and get a prescription/recommendation before deciding to look through specifications and buy anything, even the Inogen GS-100 at Home Oxygen Concentrator. But what we can assure you is that the Inogen at Home is fully tested and backed by peer-reviewed clinical studies, in addition to its FAA approval and sleep mode adjustments. Plus, you are insured.
3. Does it have a warranty?
Absolutely, though it may depend on the store that you are buying from, and whatever promo or discount you may come across. Rest assured that we’ve got your parts and your units covered, regardless. Generally, you can expect a 3-year warranty but it’s still better to call the manufacturer or seller directly for all the necessary details.