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5 User Reviews
LAST UPDATED: April 1st, 2022

OxyGo, LLC manufactures two oxygen concentrators: OxyGo and OxyGo FIT. OxyGo FIT is known for its extremely light weight at 2.8 lbs with a single battery. OxyGo is best known for its battery life, which can go for 10.25 continuous hours. The company also makes extra batteries, external chargers, and backpacks, all available for purchase through local distributors.

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The Good

  • Warranty
  • Features
  • Battery Life
  • Mobile App
  • Financing


The OxyGo has a 5-year limited warranty. The concentrator is covered for five years and the sieve beds and battery are covered for one year.

The OxyGo FIT has a 3-year limited warranty. The concentrator is covered for three years and the sieve beds and battery are covered for one year.


OxyGo has an AC/DC power supply and comes with a wall charger, car charger, and carry bag with shoulder strap.
The control panel is easy to use and offers five pulse flow settings. Users can buy additional accessories such as a desktop charger, carrying backpack, and replacement sieve beds.

Battery Life for OxyGo

Depending on the flow setting and battery size, the OxyGo units can run from 1.3 hours to 10.25 hours. The maximum 10.25 hours of battery life can be obtained only with the OxyGo (not the OxyGo FIT) using the double battery.

OxyGo’s products have an LCD display which shows how much time is left to the minute, rather than just a percentage of battery left, so you know exactly how much time is left on the battery before it runs out.

Mobile App

The free mobile app lets users check the device battery life, monitor column life status, perform column resets when replacing columns, get maintenance reminders, get discounts and promotions, access troubleshooting tips, and access the user manual.


If you want to buy a unit to own rather than renting it through your insurance, you can get financing to help cover a portion or all of your OxyGo purchases up to $10,000 through OxyCare Total Advantage PLUS. Term contracts are between 24-48 months and you can set up automatic payments.

To qualify for financing, have your oxygen provider complete an online credit application and you’ll know within minutes if you’re approved. Then, e-sign your contract and get your equipment.

This is different than many other portable oxygen concentrator companies who require customers to pay in full.


The Bad

  • Pricing and Return Policies Vary
  • Only 3 Flow Settings for FIT
  • Short Battery for FIT

Pricing and Return Policies Vary

OxyGo, LLC is the manufacturer of the OxyGo oxygen concentrators but does not sell the products directly. Instead, users buy from local distributors nationwide. Therefore, both pricing and return policies vary by distributor. After filling out a form on the OxyGo website requesting distributor information, make sure you understand your distributor’s terms prior to making a purchase.

Only 3 Flow Settings for FIT

While the standard OxyGo has five flow settings, the Oxygo Fit only has three. If you want the FIT, you'll have to check to see if this concentrator is best for your prescription despite its limited flow settings.

Short Battery for FIT

The OxyGo FIT can only last 2.7 hours on a single battery, which is short compared to many other concentrators. You'll have to use keep double batteries handy if you plan on using the FIT for an extended period of time.


The Bottom Line

OxyGo oxygen concentrators have the battery life, portability, and size competitive with other oxygen concentrator companies in the industry. Plus, OxyGo concentrators are Bluetooth enabled, offering greater insight into your machine’s functioning via your phone. We recommend OxyGo portable oxygen concentrators because of their ease of use and ergonomic design.

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Rod InTexas Harlingen, TX

Purchased an OxygoNext with two double batteries on July 13, 2021. Unit supposedly has a 5-year warranty with a 1-year warranty on the batteries and sieve beds (columns). Eight months after the initial purchase, the unit alarmed repeatedly with the critical error warning "Replace Columns". That's when I find out the "warranty" on Oxygo equipment is basically worthless. First of all, Oxygo has ZERO customer service. If you call them, they will only refer you out to one of their vendors. They WILL NOT do anything to help a patient (customer) with repairs or warranty issues. The warranty repair request needs to come from the dealer and my dealer didn't do it at first. Then, after the repair request is sent in, you may be without the use of your unit for an extended period of time. What the hell am I going to do for oxygen while I'm waiting for them to fix the problem? I think Oxygo and my dealer both stink. Be warned: If you ever have a problem with Oxygo, then you better have a second poc or oxygen supply available or you're screwed.

1 month ago

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Eddie A Phoenix, AZ

I've been using one supplied through VA. It died on me once and had to be returned to the Factory for repairs. I was without it for two weeks or more, the local supplier had no replacement or loaner. My only real complaint is it's heat sensitive. In Phoenix Summer the "Too Hot" alarm goes off. If I hold it up to the dashboard A/C outlet it cools down, but you can't put it on the car floor or exhaust heat sets it off.

1 year ago


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Brad C. Wilder Yuma, AZ

I bought an oxy go next on July 12, 2021, it stop working right I had it checked out at a med. Supply store, only producing 70% oxygen, they have not responded back for 4 days, my wife needs her oxygen, paid a lot of money for it. I will never ever buy from oxygo again.

6 months ago

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jmcal Colorado Springs, CO

I like the weight and it is very sensitive to even slight inhalation. My only concern is the battery. If it's fully charged but I don't take it off the unit, it will completely lose its charge in a week just sitting. So you have to be sure to remove the battery after charging if you aren't going to use it right away.

2 years ago

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Richard Payne Banks, AL

Bought an oxygo fit. After 1 yr. became noisy, sent back for repair. Returned after 6 weeks, worse than before. Sent back for repair. After 4 weeks, returned but did not work. Sent back for repair, and new machine delivered. After 4 days of use, malfunction occurred. Sent back for repair. Awaiting new machine e or refund. Oxygo customer service is terrible! I will seek other options, and advise potential customers to do likewise.

1 year ago