Review of Yuwell YU300 Portable Homecare Oxygen Bar Machines Portable Travel Oxygen Concentrator: ✅ Price comparison ✅ Customer reviews ✅ Product information: delivery method, weight, battery.
The company behind the brand yuwell is Yuwell-Jiangsu Yuyue medical equipment & supply Co., Ltd, and it was founded in 1998 in China. Its focus is on medical devices for hospitals and home use. Of the range of products, we’re interested in O2 concentrators for personal use at the home, office and outside.
One of the biggest advantages of buying a Yuwell product is that technology and standards from the medical-grade products seep through to affordable products. This is why Yuwell products are considered as some of the best oxygen concentrators on sale.
Personal use product lineup models include YU300, YU500, and YU600. While YU300 and YU500 differ only in the color of the hard plastic casing, the YU600 is visually and technically distinguishable.
All three models have in common:
The YU300 model has a continuous flow rate of between 1 l/min to 5 l/min, with oxygen purity of up to 90%. As the flow increases, purity lowers – the machine can filter a limited volume of air. The adjustable flow rate is 1 LPM at 90%, 2 LPM at 50%, 3 LPM at 40%, 4 LPM at 33%, 5 LPM at 30%. This rate is lower than in similar devices.
One of the machines weak points is the lack of handle and relatively high weight. It is about 1 lbs (~2 kg) heavier than competing machines – weighs 16.5 lbs (~7.5 kg) – and the missing handle makes it even less comfortable to carry around.
The UI of the device is a little strange as there’s a screen at the top of the casing, but the control button is at the front of it. The screen is clear and easy to read, and the controls have an on/off switch, time plus, time minus, flow and anion.
At the front of the machine there’s a water gauge with a maximum level indicator.
Plastic casing is in white, with the top and bottom in black. It looks nice, for a medical device.
YU360 is a new variation of YU300, the company’s top selling homecare model.
Design has stayed mostly the same – there’s a biggest, colorful, screen – and a new functionality was added – Nebulizer. For anyone consuming medication through mist, this could save an impact on purchase decision.
Difference in price between models is minor – ~$10.
Identical to YU300 in almost every aspect – output, oxygen purity, for factor, weight, and functionalities – aside to case color. While YU300 comes in white and black, the YU500 is in wood pattern and black.
It is a matter of taste.
In this range of products, YU600 is the highest performing one. Oxygen flow rate range is narrow at between 1 l/min and 3 l/min, but purity is far superior. The maximum is 90%, but few machines can keep high concentration for large volumes as this one can. The adjusted rate is 2 LPM at 90%, 2.5 LPM at 80%, 3 LPM at 70%.
As opposed to YU300 and YU500, this model has a comfortable to grip handle that looks very sturdy. To this plus, there’s an added weight that is noticeable after a couple of minutes holding it. The machines total weight is 18.7 lbs (~8.5 kg).
On the company’s website there are multiple devices designed for medical respiratory therapy – 8F series is similar in design to YU600. These models are not sold by retailers and note designed for home/office care.
A plus for buying Yuwell is it also provides accessories, so comparability is guaranteed. Some of these products are sold by other manufacturers for cheaper prices, but buying a medical accessory from a company who makes hospital grade products is reassuring.
As for carrying bags, they can be found by other providers, but their quality is not as critical.
Characterized by being compatible and flexible. It connects to most oxygen tubing – rigid, swival, Y connector, and inline.
Comes in a pack of 3 pieces or pack of 5 pieces.
Yuwell manufactures its PVC mask of a soft and comfortable material. Adult size, XL, is at a size of 5.5″ * 3.5″ (14 cm * 8.9 cm).
Comes in a pack of 10 pieces.
An oxygen cannula can get uncomfortable after short use, and anyone looking to use an oxygen concentrator for long periods should try a nasal headset.
The adjustable cannula arm – OxyArm – allows for maximum fit and comfort with little performance lose.
Different oxygen concentrators require matching air compressor filters for keeping the machines running life. Reuse filter after a thorough wash and dry.