By elevating the hose and holding it in a position just above the head, one can sleep soundly and not have to constantly adjust the mask while sleeping.
Since I made this device several nights ago, my sleep has been uninterrupted by "hose events" every night.
The parts for this device cost just over 5 dollars (US). Commercial ones that I would consider using run 30 to 50 dollars (US) and up.
Legal disclaimer that my lawyers make me put into this:
If you decide to make and use this device, you do so completely at your own risk.
By making it, you agree to hold me harmless for the results of any possible accident resulting either from the device's use or or misuse.
Step 1: Acquire parts and cut PVC pipe to length
(2-4) pieces of double sided velcro, (they come in a spool of 25 for about 6 bucks, amounting to about 24 cents each)
The following are all 1/2" PVC items from the hardware store:
(1) 10 foot length of 1/2" PVC pipe @ $2.25
(5) 90 degree PVC elbow couplers @ $0.35
(1) PVC tee couplers @ $0.35
(1) straight In line coupler @ $0.35
Using the cross cutting tool of your choice, cut the 10 foot PVC pipe into the following lengths (shown from the bottom up):
(3) 15" base pieces
(2) 6.75" base pieces
(1) 26" riser
(1) 14" riser extender
(1) 8" lateral arm
I already owned all except two of the above items, because I re-used parts that were previously used to support a "light tent" made of a PVC frame and a large piece of white rip-stop nylon. The light tent was used for making photographic images of the woodturnings that I used to sell at art fairs. I love to reuse parts from my previous endeavors, and I encourage everyone to try to do the same, rather than throwing parts away after each use.