Backpack for the Inogen G4 POC
The Inogen One G4 Backpack makes transporting your Inogen One G4 easy and convenient! Its numerous built-in features make carrying your machine simpler than ever, and the G4 user will find that Inogen has created this product with comfort and accessibility in mind.
- EVA-protected Inogen One G4 zippered compartment to protect from accidental bumps
- Display shield that provides protection while allowing for easy access to the cannula and controls
- Mesh venting to ensure the unit remains cool while operating
- Large inside storage pocket, plus an additional easy-access lined pocket for items such as a wallet or cell phone
- Adjustable chest and waist straps which can be removed if desired
It’s as Easy as Insert, Turn On, and GO!
When you’re ready to travel with your Inogen One G4, simply unzip the compartment fully and fit your G4 into the protective panel. Press firmly to seat it within the EVA bumpers. (The cannula barb can be placed on either the right or left side of the concentrator based on your preference.) After it has been securely positioned, zip the compartment cover completely closed.
Once the cannula is on the concentrator, open the Velcro tab at the top of either shoulder strap and close around the tubing. Adjust the length of the tubing so that it comfortably fits while providing freedom of movement, then coil the excess and place it in the side pocket nearest the cannula barb. Turn on the unit by reaching under the display shield. Just like that, you’re ready to go!
The Inogen One G4 Backpack Holds It All!
You don’t need to carry a separate bag for extra batteries, power cords, or additional items! This backpack has a large bottom pocket that is ideal for any accessories you want to take with you! It also has side pockets that are perfect for carrying water bottles. Plus, you don’t even need to remove your G4 from the backpack for recharging; there is an access slot built right in so you can charge as needed!
19.95” x 11.3” x 9.2”
2.75” deep at top and 4.9” deep at the bottom