Bummer. It sucks when something works and you can't find a replacement. I am having the same problem with some of my vent circuit parts. Some of the old parts work better for me but I can't find replacements.
On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 7:15 PM, Jeffrey Gaede <jsga...@yahoo.com> wrote: > Yeah, those don't work for me, Jim. Every time I've searched for sip and > puff mouthpieces, that's what I find and usually that's all I find. I'm > sure they are out there somewhere but who knows what they were originally > used for. > > > ------------------------------ > *From:* Jim Lubin <jlu...@eskimo.com> > *To:* Jeffrey Gaede <jsga...@yahoo.com> > *Cc:* Quad-list Post <firstname.lastname@example.org> > *Sent:* Thursday, February 22, 2018 7:03 PM > *Subject:* [QUAD-L] Re: Mouthpiece Search > > I think it got rejected by the list with the photo attached. > > I've been using these dental "saliva ejectors" with my sip and puff. They > are a flexible tube about 5" long with wire embedded so it keeps the shape > when you bend it. > > http://www.idsdental.com/salivaejectors.html > > > On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 6:32 PM, Jeffrey Gaede <jsga...@yahoo.com> wrote: > > Hello, Folks. I was wondering if you might help searched for something. I > have a sip and puff controlled wheelchair and back around 2005 I had the > perfect mouthpieces for this chair. A few years ago I got down to the last > mouthpiece and went online to order more, only I couldn't find the same > thing. I've searched a number of times the past couple years and can't come > up with anything close. It's possible that these were never designed to be > sip and puff wheelchair mouthpieces, but I'd be more than grateful if > someone could locate them for me. They are "L-shaped", made of a very > sturdy plastic composite, giving them a little flex but you couldn't clamp > it closed with the tightest bite, and there is a "doughnut" molded into one > end. The attached picture is of the last one I had. It's a little warped > because someone tried to wash it in a dishwasher, but it would normally be > about 5" long, again, L-shaped, and has a doughnut molded onto one end. > Thanks for any help… Jeff > > > > >