|Type:||Jaw supporting mouthpiece|
|Money back:||Yes, 30 days|
|BBB accredited:||Not Listed|
The SnoreFighter is a bit of an odd anti-snoring device. It isn’t odd because of the way it works or anything like that; it is odd because of some of the options they give you when you buy one. That will be covered in the “Differences” section. However, the real question as always, is whether this solution is right for you or not. Keep reading to find out.
For the most part this is a pretty standard jaw retaining snoring solution. It puts your lower jaw in the proper position while you sleep so that gravity cannot affect your jaw in a way that causes airway constriction. This type of solution is made to help jaw snorers. If you do not know what kind of snorer you are, please see the information on this site about snoring tests.
This mouthpiece does not offer any kind of adjustment feature. The only customization you can do is through the standard boil and bite process that most other jaw retaining devices use.
The official website claims that this mouthpiece has been cleared by the FDA. This is definitely a good thing and I wish more snoring solutions had FDA clearance. When I checked the Better Business Bureau database for information about the makers of this device, I came up empty handed. This business is not accredited, but they have not had any complaints filed against them either.
One thing that stood out that you may like to know is that this mouthpiece comes with a 60 day money back guarantee. Basically any decent snoring solution on the market will come with a 30 day money back guarantee, but you have an entire extra month with this one.
This device costs $39.95 plus shipping and handling for a single unit. Like many other snoring solutions, if you buy two at the same time you get a discount. In this case you can add an extra device to your order for another $20.
While the SnoreFighter is only available in one size, it actually comes in three different versions. One is for mouth breathers, one is for nasal breathers, and one accommodates both. This is an interesting concept and something that I have not seen offered by any other device.
Since this mouthpiece comes in three different versions you’re probably thinking that it works well for a lot of people. I thought that too, until I tried mine. Unfortunately, from the looks of things there aren’t too many happy customers.
The biggest complaints have been about excessive jaw soreness, losing the mouthpiece during the night, and having a hard time molding it during the boil and bite process. It is very unusual to see complaints about a mouthpiece being hard to mold. Perhaps this varies from version to version.
I’ve seen far worse snoring solutions than the SnoreFighter, but I’m not confident enough in it to recommend it to you either. Does this device have some interesting features? Sure it does. Is that enough for me to recommend it? No, but don’t give up.
There are plenty of better options out there for you. Check out some of my other reviews on the site.