Snoreclipse Review

Product details:

Type: Alternative Solutions
Clinical studies: No
FDA cleared: No
Price: $14.00
Money back: Yes, 30 days
BBB accredited: Not Listed
Scam complaints: No

The Snoreclipse is an oddball snoring solution. It fits into two categories since it is a nasal product and also uses magnetism.

How do these two methods work together? The answer is below along with anything else you may want to know.

How It Works

For the most part nasal snoring solutions are very similar. They generally work by holding the nostrils open during sleep, either from the inside or the outside.

The Snoreclipse is nothing like that. It uses special magnets to prevent snoring. The magnets are inside so that they pull towards each other when this solution is in place.

It fits over the septum unlike other nasal products. Supposedly, by putting pressure on the septum with the magnets it will keep you from snoring. I’m not convinced, but you’ll know why soon.

Company Info

There isn’t much information available about the makers of this product. This solution has not been cleared by the FDA. The Better Business Bureau doesn’t have any records for this company either.

Although the method this product is supposed to use is nice in theory, there is no clinical data to be found. In cases like this the best thing you can hope for is a guarantee.

That way you can at least try the product before letting go of your money for good. Unfortunately, this device does not come with any kind of guarantee.


The main benefits of this solution are that it is simple and easy to use. Some of you may be interested in it because it uses magnetism.

Maybe you’ve had a good experience with some kind of magnetic product, but I never have. This device uses magnetism a little differently than some of the similar products out there, but maybe that’s a good thing.

Real World Reports

I did not notice much from this solution. It seems that the majority of people who tried it say the same thing. Also, this device falls out very easily. That is one thing you really need to watch with nasal solutions.

It is not a fun experience if it falls out and ends up in your mouth or lodged in your ear from sleeping on it. Believe me; I know I’m not the only one who has had this happen.

In addition to that, this device needs to be cleaned almost constantly. Even if you clean it as frequently as you are supposed to and do your best to take care of it, you will still need to buy a new one in 90 days.

This product has a very short lifespan and although it may seem cheap at $14.00, the cost of replacing it can add up fast.


The best recommendation I can give you about the Snoreclipse Snoring Solution is to stay away from it. It may not be dangerous or harmful even in a worst case scenario, but it just seems like a waste of money.

Nobody has had much luck with it and it definitely has some room for improvement. I suggest looking at your other options, like a tongue retaining or jaw retaining mouthpiece.