When I ordered SnoreRx, I looked forward to trying out its unique features. I’ve tried many Mandibular Advancement Devices (MADs) in the past and was hoping for great results from SnoreRx. I wasn’t disappointed! There are many benefits to using SnoreRx over other MADs, from the amazing customization to the high-quality material selection, but most of all it is effective. I am confident it will become your preferred anti-snoring device as well.
Update: This review was updated on January 25, 2017, with the latest version of SnoreRx and SnoreRx is currently on sale for $99
Here is a screenshot of my results when recorded with a snore recording app compared between two nights.
Since SnoreRx is classified as a MAD, it works by holding your lower jaw forward while you sleep, preventing soft tissue obstruction which causes snoring. The product is up-to-date and has technical features unavailable on other MADs.
One of the most noticeable features of SnoreRx is its customization. It has a calibrator set into the side of the device with ten settings spaced only one millimeter apart. This provides a huge range of lower jaw positions to ensure you find the most comfortable position for you. The calibrator is easily adjusted with a squeezing mechanism and can be reset if necessary. Most MADs do not allow you to adjust your jaw position easily, and if they do, they spacing isn’t fine enough to allow for both comfort and effectiveness.
SnoreRx is constructed from durable and non-irritating medical-grade material. It contains no BPA, latex, or acrylics and is suitable for people with allergies or sensitivities. It does not utilize metal pieces and rubber bands, which can cause uncomfortable pressure and torsion.
Like other MADs, it uses an easy boil-and-bite method to achieve a custom fit. However, SnoreRx has the additional benefit of allowing you to adjust your jaw position incrementally for further customization. You will appreciate the cushioned design on the upper and lower trays, so they are gentle on your teeth. Also, mouth-breathers will welcome SnoreRx’s V-Flow design that allows free airflow through the front of the device.
SnoreRx has a lifespan of 12 to 15 months which is almost twice that of the average MAD. SnoreRx is affordable, effective and long-lasting so it is worth the investment.
When I ordered SnoreRx, I took advantage of the multi-purchase discount and bought two devices. I travel frequently for my work so having two SnoreRx gadgets is a convenience.
When the mouthpieces arrived, I followed the boil-and-bite technique to create a custom fit. I had to boil the second device twice, but it didn’t negatively affect the material. I was excited to try my new MAD, especially the lower jaw adjustment feature. At first, I found the number of jaw positioning options overwhelming, but after some fine-tuning settled on a comfortable position.
The first night I wore the device, I slept well, but my mouth was a little sore in the morning. The discomfort was similar to wearing braces for the first time. The great news was my wife told me I didn’t snore at all. The following night I adjusted the positioning of the lower jaw settings and didn’t encounter any pain when I woke up the next day, and I still didn’t snore. I was concerned that adjusting the position would impact the effectiveness of the device. I also really liked the cushioning on both the upper and lower jaw which added to the level of comfort.
Cleaning the device definitely took longer than other MADs I have worn. The cleaning process is more difficult due to the number of positioning adjustments. I used a denture cleaner to help me reach into every area and eradicate bacteria.
I am very pleased with the SnoreRx. I have tried other MADs, but this one is more comfortable because of the numerous jaw adjusting positions and cushioning. I no longer snore, so both my wife and I get a good night’s sleep and our relationship has improved as a consequence.
SnoreRx is backed by a 30-day unconditional satisfaction guarantee. You don’t need to have it back to the company within 30 days either. It simply has to be postmarked 30 days from the confirmed delivery date, so you really do get a full month to try it.
With all the incredible features of the SnoreRx, I was expecting a hefty price tag; however, when I placed my order for two SnoreRx devices, I noticed there was a huge multi-purchase discount. One device costs $99, which is a terrific price, but two devices cost only $154. It’s almost a “buy one, get one half price” deal. SnoreRx offers USPS shipping for $6.95 or 1 device. The devices can also be shipped via FedEx for around $10, which means they arrive soon after you order.
SnoreRx can be shipped internationally to over 30+ countries for only $9.59. International shipping for two devices is $14.95.
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia (Slovak Republic), Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom
SnoreRx also offers a 30-day unconditional satisfaction guarantee. You can try the product for a full month before you return it. If you are unsatisfied with the product, make sure your return is postmarked 30 days from when you had it delivered so you can receive a full refund.
SnoreRx is the perfect device for anyone who prefers a highly customized fit. It is amazingly comfortable, it is wearable by most mouth shapes and sizes, has great airflow for mouth breathers, and is suitable for anyone with allergies or sensitivities. Most importantly, it’s incredibly effective.
If you are interested in a highly adjustable, comfortable MAD, SnoreRx would be a great option for you. It is durable, and thoughtfully designed with a lot of unique characteristics. Plus, it can be worn by mouth breathers and those with a latex allergy.
Two other MADs that are possibilities are ZQuiet and Snore Medic. If you want to try a tongue retaining device that holds your tongue forward instead of your jaw then take a look at Good Morning Snore Solution.
I used to annoy my wife and two kids with my snoring, but no longer! Now I blog about different devices and techniques for stopping snoring.