- Unique all-in-one design, no external parts or attachments
- Simple to use: Fill, Click, Breathe
- Smaller, by volume and weight, than all competitors
- Truly portable and truly handheld, it fits the patient’s life
- Powered by a USB rechargeable lithium ion battery
- ~7 minute 3ml treatment time: Charge lasts 8-10 treatments
- High respirable fraction at 88-90%
- 3-year manufacturer’s warranty
Unlike traditional nebulizers, FlypTM fits into your patients’ lives, not vice versa. It was created to be the most discreet, effective nebulizer on the market, with the goal of improving compliance — and making your patients healthier.
Flyp is smaller and lighter than a smartphone; it tucks away in a pocket.
While other nebulizers can take up to 20 minutes to dispense 3ml of
medication, Flyp shortens treatment time to 7 minutes, on average.
Flyp has an integrated design, dispensing with cumbersome tubes and control units. Patients just fill, click, breathe.
It’s rechargeable via USB. Patients who use their device 3 times a day, replacing batteries every 8 days, will save about $150 over 3 years’ time.
Frequently Asked Questions
How does FLYP work?
Flyp utilizes a stainless-steel disk the size of a dime, and half the thickness of a human hair. It has 1,000 4-micron holes that vibrate 110,000 times per second. As the liquid medication is pulled through the holes, it is converted into an inhalable aerosol.
What conditions does FLYP treat?
Flyp can be used to treat conditions such as asthma and COPD that benefit from nebulization.
How is FLYP powered?
Flyp is powered by a lithium-ion battery, that is rechargeable via a USB port. That means no disposable batteries to change, just plug-it in to any standard USB charging port.
How long does FLYP hold a charge?
Flyp can be used up to ten times on one full charge.
How much medicine does FLYP hold?
The reservoir is designed to hold 5ml of medication.
How long does it take to nebulize with FLYP?
Flyp can deliver a standard, 3 ml dose of medication in approximately 7 minutes.
Is it hard to clean FLYP?
Cleaning Flyp is easy. Just fill the Medication Reservoir with distilled water, turn the unit on for one minute, then empty. Gently remove the Mouthpiece, rinse under running water, and lay to dry on a clean towel. Never rinse the Main Unit.
Does insurance cover the cost of FLYP?
Flyp may be reimbursable under HCPCS codes E0574 or E0570 (with a GL modifier). Consult your provider for details related to your specific health plan. Bach Medical Supply does not accept insurance for the FLYP nebulizer, you will need to work out any reimbursement directly with your insurance provider.