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BMC GII Auto CPAP Machine from AliExpress for $571.55AUD Delivered (Including Mask) and EMS Shipping


I was shopping on a whim and discovered this little number. I have sleep apnea myself so I understand how hard it is to find a decent CPAP machine for a good price. The Chinese have really been kicking some goals lately and I would honestly give this a go myself if I needed one.

It's a AUTO (goes between two pressures automatically depending on your bodies requirements) machine WITH a complimentary mask included! It will also be shipped through EMS with tracking and quick delivery. I thought it was great value!

Power requirements: 100 - 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz, 2.0 A ma. All you will need is a Chinese plug adapter and away you go!

If you do a 'cashback' at 5% you should be able to get it for $543!

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  • -2

    Would of been better if it was 12v

    • +1

      There is a battery that can last up to 26 hours and 40 minutes without a humidifer

      • Where does it say it has a battery?
        I did a find for battery on the website and 0 results

    • +1

      Would have*

      • There you go, you would of picked that up

    • Why the neg?

  • +2

    Fark, I'm not sure I could get to the point of trusting a medical device from AliExpress. Don't get me wrong, I've got more Xiaomi products then sense, but this is a step too far for me.

    I'd be super interested to know how you go though. The price is basically a third or a fourth of what you'd pay here for the same feature set.

    What got you to go with these guys? Did you do any research, find any discussion about using Chinese CPAPs?

    • +1

      Oh no… I stole a Philips Respironics APAP for $600AUD posted from the US but this is offering inbuilt o2 measurement and pulse etc etc etc

      What made me post this was I know of a few people who truly need a machine but can't afford one. That being said, if mine packed it in… I would seriously, seriously consider this.

      • +1

        I bought my Resmed CPAP from the US 5 or so years ago for $800ish. The prices charged in AU for CPAP machines are crazy and quite often close to double the price if ordered from overseas.

        I recently changed masks and the cheapest I could find in AU was approx $230ish, ordered it from the US for $120shipped.

        If mine died I would likely also research and consider a Chinese brand, however haven't had to put any real consideration into it yet.

  • +1

    Pretty sure this is how they recruit for a supervillains goon squad

    • Pretty sure if you need a CPAP machine you probably don't qualify under the fitness requirements

      • +1

        Lack of sleep could make you angry like hulk

        HULK SMASH!!

  • Well it looks like they sell to Aus — BMC

  • Yuwell is a well established/recognized brand in China as well if you want to give it a try.

    There are two models you can pick: YH360 (a CPAP model that you will need a health professional to find out the best pressure for you) and YH560 (an APAP model that will automatically find out optimal/dynamic pressure for user).

    I personal purchased Yuwell YH560 and very happy for it. The machine has colour led screen and slot for micro SD card. So you can analysis the your sleep quality data yourself or by health professional. My YH560 comes with a carry bag which is slightly larger than a laptop bag.

    Mask - included in the pack.
    Language - support English.
    Humidifier - included in the pack

    The downside is that there is no battery and you have to a Chinese power plug.

    My Apnoea–Hypopnoea Index (AHI) is consistently below 5 (which is good) when I use it overnight. Let me know if you have any question.

  • I have an older fully automatic model and it works well.

  • Worth a shot. Worse case you die I suppose.


    Surely sticking to a reputable brand is the sensible thing to do here.

    • Not really… this brand/model has been picked up by ALOT of CPAP retailers in Australia

  • +1

    I just got an Airsense10 from the us for $1000, they wanted $2500 here, if this had of been an option I would have gone for it.

    It looks like a Nasal mask only and it also looks like a non heated air hose. I have to wear a full face mask and it can be tricky to get the right one.

    • Uhh…

      The hose can be heated apparently, also… you can ask the seller to swap in any mask you like, they've got a wide selection. Plus ANY CPAP mask is compatible with ANY machine/hose on the market. You may need a very small adapter but they will work with anything.

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