Welcome to our online support service. We hope to provide a platform for questions asked and answered by actual nebuliser users. Questions such as how to choose and get the best out of your nebuliser.

We encourage you to post or ask any product related comments and ideas but please avoid any profanity or leaving your personal contact information such as email or phone numbers.

We look forward to hearing from you and will help where we can.

Monday, 27 June 2016

Nebuliser friends

Back in 2013 we wrote this piece about how the British public never failed to get behind a good cause such as fund raising for nebulisers, you can read it HERE. We are pleased to say despite recent headlines this still holds true.

Getting to grips with technology and social media has always been a little tricky for us but we took it slowly and shouted HELP when we needed it. (more often than I care to admit) Recently we were given another push by one of our customers to revisit Twitter. You can read Ken's story HERE
I can honestly say we have been bowled over by the atmosphere of friendly support, intelligent advice and community spirit. Friends are there waiting to help, at national level and more importantly at local level. Friends such as Wigan Warblers, a community choir passionate about singing for COPD and long term health conditions are just one example of how other people with long term medical conditions are waiting to reach out to you. You can find all sorts of activities and interests on Twitter whether you want to bake a cake, drink good wine, plant some bee friendly flowers or photograph your local wildlife. If you have an ambition or aspiration someone will be there to help you achieve it. So don't take my word for it why not check it out, you never know who you might find. @dggreen 




Tuesday, 14 June 2016

Nebulisers for Europe 2016

"Can I take my big nebuliser to ....." is a question we often get asked. All our mains powered nebulisers will work in Europe though you may need a travel adapter for the socket on the wall. The Omron C803 is the smallest which would be useful if you are flying and inexpensive if you're on a budget. You can find out HERE if it would fit in with your nebulising regime. The Omron C28 comes with its own travel bag which can prove handy but whichever mains powered nebuliser you have they should function well in Europe. There are smaller more convenient portable models available and you can see those HERE If all the football coverage has given you a hankering to take an impulsive trip to Europe then the answer is yes. You can take your "big one" 
If you need other advice about travelling with a lung condition our useful links provide a wealth of hints and tips that you can find HERE and if you want to learn from fellow travellers, its National Breathe Easy Week at British Lung Foundation why not see what you can learn right on your own doorstep by clicking HERE 

Wednesday, 1 June 2016

Mobile Nebulisers for 110 volts

The holiday season is here, where do you like to travel? 
Do you like to cruise? Travel the world? Explore foreign climes?One thing to consider when buying a portable nebuliser is checking the voltage in your planned destination? All our mains powered nebulisers work quite happily in Europe but if you are planning to go further a field you may need one that is 'dual voltage' 
In many countries the mains power supply is only 110 volts, you can read more about that HERE. The nebuliser you use quite happily at home may not work on your travels. Similarly if you have friends and relatives visiting from abroad they may have a problem when they plug theirs in over here. We get regular calls from people who have managed to damage theirs so its always worth asking the question before departing. You can see a list of those that are 'dual voltage' HERE You can call 01942 701210 or email HERE if you need a hand deciding. 

If you are planning a holiday don't be afraid to dream big. Just make sure you tick everything off that list before you go.