Nebuliser Machine

Good morning all, I have 3 nebiliser machines, one which runs both on car battery and electric, another that uses rechargable batteries and the third that is what I have by my bed, the larger of the 3. It is this one that is on it`s way out and needs to be changed soon. I have looked on the web to get some prices which range from £99.00 to £125.00 excluding VAT. I am registered as disabled aged 61 and was medically retired about 4 years ago. Does anyone know of somewhere cheaper to buy a nebuliser machine, plus I have been told that I could get the VAT exempt due to me being disabled, is this true. Unfortunatly my Doctor is not very helpful with this matter at all. Thanks for reading this.

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  • Hiya, Im just wondering why you need another one? I used to have a big one (portaneb) but once I got my portable neb (Omron micro air, which runs on either batteries or electricity) I just use that one all the time - in bed, around the house, and take it with me when out. Im also registered disabled, and yes you should be able to get VAT exemption, just not sure I would by another one in your situation. I got mine from evergreen (internet) who are really helpful.

    Lynda

  • there is a small chairity that can loan nebulisers on a long ter basis with a doctors letter have a look on asthmarelief.org.uk/

  • Hello,

    I found a really good website called health care for all which sells a wide range of nebulisers and all you need for replacement items for your nebuliser. All items are expect from vat and they are very good at providing good advice on the best nebulisers for your needs. Hope this helps you.

    Rachel

  • Hi i have been looking at nebulisers on e-bay brand new £44.99 plus free p&p some are cheaper or dearer whichever you want.

    Hope this is some help

  • Good morning all, I have 3 nebiliser machines, one which runs both on car battery and electric, another that uses rechargable batteries and the third that is what I have by my bed, the larger of the 3. It is this one that is on it`s way out and needs to be changed soon. I have looked on the web to get some prices which range from £99.00 to £125.00 excluding VAT. I am registered as disabled aged 61 and was medically retired about 4 years ago. Does anyone know of somewhere cheaper to buy a nebuliser machine, plus I have been told that I could get the VAT exempt due to me being disabled, is this true. Unfortunatly my Doctor is not very helpful with this matter at all. Thanks for reading this.

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