Inogen One G2 & G3

Inogen One G2 and G3 Portable Oxygen Concentrators

About Allison Waters

I'm the Oxygen Gal, teacher of all things oxygen, sharing news and information about home and portable oxygen concentrators. I am passionate about helping others learn about oxygen concentrators so they can make the best decisions for their respiratory needs.

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  1. sam goosay says:

    WE ARE CONSIDERING GETTING A INOGEN ONE g3 UNIT TO REPLACE OUR HOME CONCENTRATOR AND PORTABLES, CAN YOU ADVISE . ARE THEY’RE ANY BAD REVIEWS ON IT WE SHOULD BE AWARE OF… I HAVE COPD AND NEED AT THIS POINT OXYGEN 24/7 ON 2 OUTPUT… THANK-YOU SAM

    • Hi Sam,

      Usually you would never want to have a portable oxygen concentrator completely replace your home unit. A home oxygen concentrator provides a continuous flow of oxygen, which is recommended for use while sleeping. Also, a home concentrator is much more rugged than a portable unit, so it is better to put most of the hours used on a home unit rather than a portable unit.

      The Inogen G3 is a great unit for daytime and travel use. The only complaint I have heard is that the unit does produce a rather loud purging sound about once every 15 seconds. Those who are sensitive to noise, or who intend to use the unit is quiet places, may wish to choose another unit that does not have this purging sound. I have heard that Inogen is working on reducing the sound, but I do not know how long before that is accomplished.

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