Inogen Rove 6 Portable Oxygen Concentrator: Your Reliable Travel Companion


Inogen Rove 6 Portable Oxygen Concentrator

At home and on the go, the Inogen Rove 6 achieves the independence that you have been missing.  With a battery time of 4 to 9 hours, you can enjoy short trips out of the house, go to a cafe or visit friends and family.  You can now take off at a moment's notice, without having to guess how long your oxygen cylinders will last.  

With over 10 years experience, Inogen continues innovating portable oxygen concentrators with the Rove 6. This new POC combines proven reliability with improved design and intelligent automation. Oxygen users can be confident in the performance and longevity of both the tried-and-true G5 and the feature-packed new Rove 6.

The stylish carry bag ensures that your machine is discreet. 

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  •  Light and small (4.8 pounds/2.1kgs)
  • Can be used 24/7
  • Flow settings from 1-6
  • One solution for oxygen at home, away, and for travel, 24/7
  • Extremely quiet
  • Low power usage – save hundreds of dollars in electricity!
  • The extended run-time battery runs 10 hours on a single charge! (depending on flow setting)
  • No More Tanks to refill
  • No More deliveries
  • It’s small, lightweight, clinically proven, suitable for stationary and portable use, during the day and at night and can go virtually anywhere any time!


Weight: 2.2 KG with small battery.
              2.6 KG with large battery
Size: Length: 18.3 cm, Width: 8.3cm, Height: 20.5cm incl small battery**
Flow Setting: Six flow settings from 1-6
Noise Level: 39 Decibels*
Battery: Comes with either a small 8 cell or a large 16 cell battery (included in the price. )
Duration (single battery): up to 5 hours*
Duration (double battery): up to 10hours*
Recharge 3 hours (single battery) with AC or DC power*
Recharge 4.5 hours (double battery) with AC or DC power*
Power Sensing:AC power supply 100-240V, 50-60Hz (auto sensing to allow worldwide use)
Mobile Power Charger for mobile DC use (will recharge battery)
OperationSimple control functions and easy-to-read LCD display
Use: Stationary, portable, and travel
Warranty: 5 year parts and labour warranty included 
1 year warranty for battery and column sieves ( consumables ).

* At setting 2
** Includes single battery


Rove 6 with a 16 cell battery  (10 hours approximately at 2lpm  -depending on flow )
NZD $5850 including  GST 

Rove 6 with an 8 cell battery (4 hours approximately -depending on flow )
NZD $5550 including GST

Extra batteries can be purchased from me. 16 cell battery $1045 including GST
8 cell battery $745 including  GST

I also stock G3, G5 and Rove 6  backpacks for hands-free use. 

Free phone consultation to ensure you are buying the correct machine to meet your needs. I can also talk your respiratory nurse if requested. Follow up phone calls are also available if required.


Inogen's pulse flow technology uses sensitive electronic sensors to detect the start of inhalation and deliver a measured "pulse" of oxygen only during inspiration. This allows the concentrator to conserve oxygen in between breaths, requiring less power and allowing for a smaller, lighter device design.

Quicker than the old pulse system that we know from oxygen tanks. In addition, these are the only products with a backup safety feature that will automatically kick in.

If your breath is not detected at any time, the Inogen will begin auto-delivering the oxygen until your breath is detected again and then will sync back to your breath rate.

Inogen's pulse-flow devices can also adjust pulse volumes to precisely meet a user's prescribed pulse-dose flow setting from 1 to 6 (210 ml/min up to 1,260 ml/min). This helps optimize oxygen delivery and battery life. The pulse flow technology allows the Inogen G5 and Rove 6 to provide the high levels of supplemental oxygen users need while weighing under 3 kilos.

In summary, the proprietary pulse flow method allows Inogen concentrators to provide maximum oxygen in a small, lightweight package by only delivering oxygen as needed during inhalation. This advanced technology allows improved mobility and freedom for oxygen therapy users.