Portable Oxygen Concentrators

A portable oxygen concentrator (POC) is designed to use the air around you and turn it into medical oxygen prescribed by your doctor. Lightweight and hands-free with included carry case/straps, our POC’s are designed to move with you. Improve your quality of life! Forget the days of lugging around heavy oxygen cylinders and breathe easy, a POC is made for your on-the-go lifestyle.

When you first learn you need oxygen therapy, you might wonder, “What is the best portable oxygen concentrator and how can I ensure I have portable oxygen when I need it?” OxyGo portable oxygen concentrators are unparalleled in their reliability, and the company has the history, awards, accreditations and ratings to demonstrate their dependability. Moreover, OxyGo’s high quality oxygen concentrators are backed by first-rate customer service.

OxyGo’s mission is to improve the quality of life for those receiving oxygen therapy. Whether you rent or purchase, OxyGo offers the smallest portable oxygen concentrator to help you see the biggest improvement in your freedom, independence and mobility, even as you receive oxygen treatment.

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OxyGo POC

Compare to the INOGEN Portable Oxygen Concentrator (as seen on TV!). The OxyGo is lightweight, comes with a convenient carry bag and includes five pulse flow settings for optimal flow. This unit also offers easy monitoring of battery life so you know precisely how much time you have left. With OxyGo you’ll never have to worry about lugging around heavy oxygen tanks or missing out on your continuous flow of oxygen.

OxyGo Fit POC

You’ll be hard pressed to find an oxygen concentrator portable enough to go where the OxyGo FIT can go. Weighing only 2.8 lbs, the OxyGo Fit is the ultra-lightweight POC and the smallest, lightest member of the OxyGo family of products. The OxyGo FIT offers options for power supplies as it comes with rechargeable batteries, and a single battery will last up to five hours. The unit can also run off of DC power for a continuous supply of supplemental oxygen.

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