View Full Version : HELP! Need Oxy Concentrator site
12-30-2002, 01:13 PM
I am having a problem here finding someone to sell me a concentrator without a license so I guess I will have to go the "on line" route.
Does anyone know the addy of the woman that sells them??? I thought I saved it but I can't seem to find it.
Or, does anyone have one they would want to sell me??
12-30-2002, 02:02 PM
That's Paulette's site!
12-30-2002, 03:09 PM
I must say - I ordered from Paulette - great service - and the concentrator works like a charm! I highly recommend her - she also offers replacement filters and such on her site.
12-30-2002, 05:53 PM
Thanks sooo much! I emailed her so lets see what happens. Did you order her more expensive one or the cheaper one? I may have to go with the cheaper one. I hope it doesn't break down. I just can't afford it.
12-30-2002, 06:05 PM
Check on e-bay... Uses concentrators are sold for "non-medical purposes" all the time......No license required...
12-30-2002, 06:12 PM
I was just looking there. There are a few that I could snag maybe if this doesn't work out. Most are really expensive though and I don't know these people. At least you all know Paulette so I will try her first.
12-30-2002, 08:25 PM
I've bought the cheaper version of the concentrator from Paulette. Works like a charm! She's really terrific - if you can, take the time to call her - she'll give you all the info you need including the pros and cons of the more expensive versus the less expensive concentrator. She's a pleasure to deal with!
Off the point, I see you are from "upstate NY" - where? Wondering if there are any other glass addicts near me! :-)
Good luck with the concentrator!
12-30-2002, 09:12 PM
I just got an email back from her. She is very nice. I have to wait for my pay pal account to upload the money so I can use my debit card with her, so it will be by the end of the week I hope. I am getting the cheaper one.
I am from the Albany area. There are a few others here too.
12-31-2002, 07:15 AM
Dang! A little too far to pop over and visit! I'm 4 hours away in Buffalo. Dang!
Glad you reached Paulette - I'm very happy with mine!
12-31-2002, 12:22 PM
I got an AirSep from Paulette as a $195 special (don't know if she's still offering those) and have been pleased with it.
Try not to keep your concentrator in damp conditions. I had a basement flooding problem for a while, and I think it may have done in my previous concentrator. While the concentrator itself didn't get wet, it sat in a very damp room for a long time and just didn't work too well after a while.
12-31-2002, 12:35 PM
I ordered the more expensive one from Paulette - the AirSep with the one year warranty - but that's just me being anal! I see a number of people have ordered the specials and have been quite happy with them - and I did consider getting one of them - except for my little personality quirk:D
I would expect that anything you order from Paulette will give plenty of good trouble free service - she seems to really care about her customers.:clap:
12-31-2002, 06:29 PM
I will be calling her soon to order. I have a basement studio but it doesn't seem to be damp down there anymore since we sealed it. Actually it is warmer down there in the winter than before and when I work I have to strip down to a T shirt.
She says she sells mostly the 195.00 specials and people don't seem to have a problem. I hope I don't. I have the WORST luck!!
Cindy...Yeah, Buffalo is a bit far but you never know. Maybe there will be a big show or something there and I can call you to help me get around. I hate going to strange places. I get very nervous.
I went to Darian Lake a few years ago and it took me over 4 hours to get there. Buffalo is even farther. Maybe it's just the way I drive. How's the snow out there?? We got 23" here. WOW!
12-31-2002, 07:08 PM
Allison, have no fear. I have been totally pleased with my concentrator from Paulette, just like the one you ordered. It's has paid it self over and over too many times, I have lost count. I abuse mine by doing boro at 5 on it, and keep it in my enclosed un climate controlled room, which can get very humid here in FL when the rains comes, still no problem. Hey maybe I should wash the filter, oh I am bad.
If there is a wait, it's worth it!
I run Moretti with a 2.5 to 3, just FYI
My little guy only take a minute or so to kick the 02 out proper. The machine generates a little warn air from the bottom, so in the summer it sits far from me and down wind, in the winter I keep it close to my feet and upwind, make sense?
12-31-2002, 08:09 PM
Oh cool Lori,
Great info. Thanks!!! I will remember this for later. I am worried when I start up with this Bobcat I will do something wrong and either blow it up or blow myself up. EEk!
Hey, Love that pic in your sig line...
Monty Python and the Holy Grail is my all time favorite movie!!!
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