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#1 Guest_Eileen/MA_*

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Posted 05 September 2010 - 11:03 AM

*NOTE: this is not a promotion for this device - this is informational only for your review/Eileen

The Patented Retractable Oxygen Tubing Reel

Store your oxygen tubing easily and effectively with the patented retractable oxygen tubing reel from Reel Standards, LLC. The Retractable Oxygen Tubing Reel, or ROTR, was created to provide oxygen patients with a safer, more convienient way of handling excess tubing when perscribed oxygen. Although the ROTR's simple design is similar to other retractable reels we see today, it's the first retractable reel developed specifically for oxygen tubing.


MOUNT THE REEL DIRECTLY TO YOUR OXYGEN CONCENTRATOR!!



About Our Company
Reel Standards, LLC, was formed in 2007 by Midland, Texas residents Tye Orr and Tony Esslinger to provide wholesale distribution of the ROTR, our patented device that stores and recoils up to 50′ of oxygen tubing. This innovative product—which is only available through our company—will soon be available in medical supply stores across the country. Until then, you can order through us directly by ordering online through our online store. If you have any problems ordering, contact us today at (877) 594-3272 to confirm your order.



About the ROTR
The ROTR is primarily used in conjunction with an oxygen supply unit as a safety feature and accessory for home oxygen patients. With the ROTR, your oxygen supply unit does not have to be altered in any way. The ROTR comes equipped with a mounting bracket that allows you to attach the device to the side of your oxygen supply unit. With this handy attachment feature, the ROTR provides you with unmatched mobility and safety.

The ROTR is the only product of its kind on the market, and it's specifically designed to be user friendly. Anyone who has used a home oxygen unit (or knows someone who has) has probably noticed the lengthy oxygen tubing that's gathered on the floor next to the unit. That pile of tubing is a safety hazard for the patient because the patient can trip over the coils or cut off the oxygen supply by accidentally pinching the tubing. This can be especially bothersome for patients in a wheelchair.

Fortunately, the ROTR allows you to enjoy flexibility and mobility without having to worry about such hazards. The reel is uniquely designed to apply equal tension on the tubing whether you're 5′ or 50′ away from the reel housing. A simple and gentle tug on the tubing releases the locking mechanism, allowing you to roam freely. When you return to the unit, another gentle tug on the tubing activates the reel, which then pulls in the excess tubing. And you never have to worry about pinching or stretching the tubing.

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#2 cmsommer

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Posted 06 September 2010 - 07:46 PM

View PostEileen/MA, on 05 September 2010 - 11:03 AM, said:

*NOTE: this is not a promotion for this device - this is informational only for your review/Eileen

The Patented Retractable Oxygen Tubing Reel

Store your oxygen tubing easily and effectively with the patented retractable oxygen tubing reel from Reel Standards, LLC. The Retractable Oxygen Tubing Reel, or ROTR, was created to provide oxygen patients with a safer, more convienient way of handling excess tubing when perscribed oxygen. Although the ROTR's simple design is similar to other retractable reels we see today, it's the first retractable reel developed specifically for oxygen tubing.


MOUNT THE REEL DIRECTLY TO YOUR OXYGEN CONCENTRATOR!!



About Our Company
Reel Standards, LLC, was formed in 2007 by Midland, Texas residents Tye Orr and Tony Esslinger to provide wholesale distribution of the ROTR, our patented device that stores and recoils up to 50′ of oxygen tubing. This innovative product—which is only available through our company—will soon be available in medical supply stores across the country. Until then, you can order through us directly by ordering online through our online store. If you have any problems ordering, contact us today at (877) 594-3272 to confirm your order.



About the ROTR
The ROTR is primarily used in conjunction with an oxygen supply unit as a safety feature and accessory for home oxygen patients. With the ROTR, your oxygen supply unit does not have to be altered in any way. The ROTR comes equipped with a mounting bracket that allows you to attach the device to the side of your oxygen supply unit. With this handy attachment feature, the ROTR provides you with unmatched mobility and safety.

The ROTR is the only product of its kind on the market, and it's specifically designed to be user friendly. Anyone who has used a home oxygen unit (or knows someone who has) has probably noticed the lengthy oxygen tubing that's gathered on the floor next to the unit. That pile of tubing is a safety hazard for the patient because the patient can trip over the coils or cut off the oxygen supply by accidentally pinching the tubing. This can be especially bothersome for patients in a wheelchair.

Fortunately, the ROTR allows you to enjoy flexibility and mobility without having to worry about such hazards. The reel is uniquely designed to apply equal tension on the tubing whether you're 5′ or 50′ away from the reel housing. A simple and gentle tug on the tubing releases the locking mechanism, allowing you to roam freely. When you return to the unit, another gentle tug on the tubing activates the reel, which then pulls in the excess tubing. And you never have to worry about pinching or stretching the tubing.

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#3 cmsommer

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Posted 06 September 2010 - 07:50 PM

View Postcmsommer, on 06 September 2010 - 07:46 PM, said:



this sounds like the answer to my prayers. do they have a website? has any one dealt with them?

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Posted 06 September 2010 - 09:27 PM

HI there. I haven't heard of anyone who has had one or dealt with them but here is their website:

http://www.mcssl.com.../catalog/search

Let us know if you decide to get one and how you like it. I noticed that they are pretty pricey, though.





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