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The PARI Vios PRO Vs. the PARI Vios: Which is Right For You?

The PARI Vios PRO Vs. the PARI Vios: Which is Right For You?

There are many considerations related to choosing a nebulizer system, but it’s always smart to think about how often you’ll need to use the device, plus whether the model will fit in with your lifestyle and goals. Keep reading to get some more insight.

The PARI Vios® Pro: Powerful Performance

A new addition to the PARI Vios® family, the PARI Vios PRO® comes with a robust 1.6 bar nebulizer compressor that’s designed for heavy-use patients. In fact, the PARI Vios compressor system offers the highest pressure output of any PARI product, and also includes thicker tubing that’s appropriate for the increased power of this model. Furthermore, this system is compatible with the entire PARI line, and can be used by both kids and adults.

The PARI Vios®: An Environmentally Friendly Choice

This eco-friendly solution features packaging and a travel carrying case made from recycled materials. Although the nebulizer compressor for this model is not as rugged as what comes with the Pro model, it’s still built with engineering that helps you enjoy fast treatments, a consistent particle size and reliable results.

The Similarities

Despite some differences in their specifications, there are some shared characteristics between these tabletop nebulizer system choices: Both come with two nebulizers, and feature the Timestrip™ indicator to let you know when it’s time to switch to a new one. They are also backed by five-year warranties that can be extended by another year if you register the product yourself after receiving it.

Selecting a nebulizer system is a very personal decision, but it’s something that should feel much easier if you think carefully about the frequency of your treatments, and whether it’s particularly important to have a nebulizer system that’s partially made from recyclable materials.

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