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The Best Portable
Nebulizers

TruNeb™ is one of the best portable nebulizers for sale on the market. There’s no tubing or air compressor required. Plus, it’s pocket-sized so you can bring it anywhere!

$125.97
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What is the TruNeb™
Mesh Nebulizer?

This is a portable nebulizer machine. Nebulization therapy is a drug delivery therapy where the nebulizer turns liquid medication into a mist that is then delivered to the lungs through inhalation therapy.

Mouthpiece

Children Mask

Adult Mask

Best Nebulizer for Kids and Adults

The TruNeb™ works perfectly for infants, kids and adults. You can choose between a mouthpiece or a mask. The mask comes in both children and adult sizes. This is what makes it one of the best nebulizers for sale anywhere!

Easy to Use

All you have to do is pour your medicine into the cup, install the mask, and power your device on. Detailed instructions are included in every order.

Immediate Relief

With the TruNeb™ portable nebulizer, you’ll feel instant relief, allowing your lungs to breathe easier. This is the best form of breathing treatment when you need it most.

Portable Design

TruNeb™ is a truly portable, pocket size nebulizer. Plus, you never have to charge it! It only requires batteries or a USB power cord in order to work.

Outdoor

Work

School

See What Others Are Saying About TruNeb™

5/5
Shawn N. Gorman
“I definitely prefer to use this nebulizer as it’s quiet and doesn’t have tubing. Very happy with it! Highly recommend the TruNeb”
5/5
Timothy W. Guerrette
“This little portable nebulizer is a lifesaver when you struggle with asthma. I can bring it anywhere and it’s completely discreet. I immediately bought two more after trying it out.”
5/5
Mark J. Mercurio
“My dogs are definitely happy I’ve stopped using my regular nebulizer and switched to this quiet one! They were always scared of the old jet neb.”
5/5
Marisa H. Wansley
“This portable nebulizer is amazing! I always hated having to set up my traditional one with all the tubing and everything. It was a pain. This little thing is awesome, simply press the power button and you’re good to go!”
5/5
Gladys J. Jones
“I’ve tried a variety of nebulizers over the years as an Asthma sufferer. Let me tell you, it is truly a pain to bring around a regular neb so an inhaler has been my only option (which I don’t like). I was really excited to try this product out. It’s a game changer! The treatment only takes 5 minutes and there’s not a bunch of annoying parts. Five stars across the board.”
5/5
Sally D. Posey
“We unfortunately don’t have insurance and didn’t want to spend a couple hundred dollars on a regular nebulizer setup as it seemed outrageous. After doing a little searching, I found the TruNeb and was happy with the price and free shipping. So glad I found this ultrasonic nebulizer!”
5/5
Darrell K. Blumberg
“As someone that has COPD, I’m always worried about being able to access a breathing treatment when i need it. The TruNeb is so portable that I can carry it in my purse. Since it’s battery powered I don’t need to worry about charging it or annoying cords. Very convenient.”
5/5
Linda M. Sanders
“I bought this for my poor 3 year-old that suffers from reactive airway disease. It’s hard to get him to sit through a regular nebulizer treatment as I’m sure he hates the sound. He loves this one! If you have young kids, this is the perfect solution.”

How Does the TruNeb™
Portable Nebulizer
Machine Work?

Step 1

Wash your hands. Then open the liquid cup on the top of the device and pour in your prescribed dose of medication or saline.

Step 2

Install the mask (with adaptor) or mouthpiece on the nebulizer.

Step 3

Press the power button to turn the device on.

Step 4

Breathe in the atomized mist until it’s finished. Be sure to keep a tight seal with the mask or mouthpiece.

Step 5

Power the device off when the medication is gone and the treatment is finished.

Step 6

Clean and disinfect it per the instructions below.

What conditions can the TruNeb Mesh Nebulizer be used for?

You should always ask your physician for medical advice before using your TruNeb. Our customers have used their nebulizers for:

Asthma

Asthma

Asthma is a condition where specific triggers cause the airways to constrict and produce extra mucus, causing wheezing and difficulty breathing.
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Allergies

Allergies

Allergies are a common annoyance for many people and can be seasonal or constant. Allergies can trigger immune responses and potentially cause airway irritation and wheezing.
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Congestion

Congestion

Chest congestion occurs when the mucus membranes in the airways go into overdrive and produce excess secretions; it is generally caused by a virus and can be a side effect of other illnesses.
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Bronchitis

Bronchitis

Bronchitis is typically caused by a virus and causes inflammation of the bronchial tubes, resulting in symptoms like cough, chest tightness, difficulty breathing, and excess mucus.
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Pneumonia

Pneumonia

Pneumonia is an illness in which the small air sacs called alveoli in the lungs get infected and filled with fluid or pus. The airways also produce extra mucus, and it is often dark in color. Pneumonia causes fever, cough, and difficulty breathing.
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Croup

Croup

Croup is a common viral upper respiratory infection in younger children, causing swelling around the voicebox. The famous “barking” cough is characteristic of croup.
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COPD

COPD

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD, is a common condition seen in people who have smoked for many years. This chronic respiratory disease is characterized by damaged lung tissues and exacerbations that can cause distress and constricted airways.
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RSV

RSV

Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) is a very contagious and common respiratory virus that hits young children the hardest. While mild cases manifest as cold symptoms, more serious cases cause significant inflammation in the small airways of the lungs.
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COVID-19

COVID-19

While symptoms of COVID-19 can range from mild to severe, sometimes breathing difficulties and pneumonia can manifest. Your doctor may recommend nebulized medications to help relieve symptoms.
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*Please note this is not an exhaustive list nor guarantee that your saline or medication treatment in the TruNeb will resolve these conditions. Consult your medical provider before nebulizing any substance.

Frequently Asked Question

You don’t need a prescription to purchase our nebulizer. However, you will need a prescription for the actual medication from your doctor.

The TruNeb™ uses vibrating mesh technology in which the liquid is drawn through 1,000 microscopic holes, producing a finely atomized mist. Ours is also a portable and pocket size nebulizer so you can take it anywhere you can take your inhaler!

It’s important to clean your nebulizer after each use. Follow these four steps to clean your it. To disinfect it, follow the directions below. 

  1. Remove the mouthpiece and any accessories.
  2. Add 6ml of distilled water to the medicine chamber.
  3. Run a full cycle through the nebulizer. 
  4. Shake out any remaining drops and allow it to air dry.

Disinfect your nebulizer by following the first four steps but add 2 to 3 drops of white vinegar and run a full cycle. After this solution is nebulized, run one more cycle of just distilled water. Wipe out the medicine cup with distilled water to ensure there is no vinegar residue left over.

Yes. If you’re not completely satisfied with your nebulizer, you can get your money back. We offer a 30-day money back guarantee for your device.

Only on our website, right on our shop page.

*See our FAQ page for more questions

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