We have offer a wide selection of high-quality portable oxygen concentrators available from the most trusted, professional brands like Respironics, Inogen, SeQual and Invacare. Our Oxygen Rental Center is to help with all of your portable oxygen improvement needs.
We always have inventory that is available to be shipped to all areas of Denver that also include include Denver, Aurora, Lakewood, Boulder and Arvada.. For your convenience, we are also open 7 days a week for more hours than any other oxygen company and ship 7 days a week; ground, 2nd day, overnight and in emergency rental cases.
If you have any questions about your specific concentrator, one of our many knowledgeable Oxygen Associates will help you choose the portable concentrator that will fit your needs. Oxygen Concentrator Inc also offers competitive prices for all of our rental concentrators.
Our rental portable concentrators include the Respironics SimplyGo
, Respironics EverGo
, SeQual Eclipse
, Inogen One G3
. Please contact us at (877) 303-7062
to speak to a customer service so us can help you with your oxygen needs.
Activities and Attractions to do in Denver
- The Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre features natural auditoria for outdoor concerts and breathtaking views for hiking trails. The Red Rocks Park trip is free of charge, apart from on concert days. A must Visit place in Denver!
- The Denver Art Museum’s lustrous new wing, the Hamilton Building, opened in October 2006 is a do-not-miss. The spare, contemporary space that distinguishes the gothic fortress of the old museum, is now known as the North Building.
- The Denver Museum of Nature & Science (formerly known as Natural History Museum) proffers educational fun for people of all age groups. Established by Edwin Carter, the museum today boasts of a collection of over one million different objects from every corner of the world.
- Another popular Denver attraction is the Denver Zoo in City Park with more than 1.6 million visitors every year. The zoo initiated with the donation of an orphaned black bear houses as many as 4,000 animals.
- The Denver Botanic Gardens have always provided inspiration to the gardeners of otherwise hot climate Colorado. These gardens are home to over 32,000 types of plants, xeriscape gardens and other flora and fauna. A pretty good place for a natural retreat!
- Take a walk down Denver's 16th Street Mall, which is an outdoor shopping and eating hub at the Mile High City. Lucky Strike bowling alley, United Artists Movie Theater and Coyote Ugly bar are the most popular nighttime attractions of this place.
- The Colorado State Capitol Building talks highly of the nation's capitol. It is exactly one mile in height, thereby giving Denver its nickname of the "Mile High City”. The 45-minute tour of the building which takes place daily is worth trying.
- The Elitch Gardens in Denver earns its name from the luxuriantly green gardens at its original setting on the West side of Denver. The theme park was shifted to its downtown location in 1994, thereby making amendments for more rides and less gardens.
- The Washington Park is one of the finest parks in Denver, featuring one of the most famous running trails in the state. Two beautiful lakes and the city's largest flower garden is a bonus to Wash Park's rustic charm.
- The Coors Field baseball stadium is a venue for baseball to the Mile High City. It is the home base for the Colorado Rockies, with around 50,455 seats. Watching a game in this stadium is a fun way to spend a portion of the day.