Comparing SnoreMender PS and ZQuiet often happens because they feature a hinged technology. However, there is not much more these two stop snoring devices have in common.
Color – For starters, we see a noticeable difference, the SnoreMender PS snoring mouthpiece is an opaque white color while ZQuiet is an almost transparent blue tone.
Material – Both mouthpieces are made of a medical grade material that has no BPA or latex. Nevertheless, while ZQuiet is soft and flexible, offering a rubbery feel, SnoreMender is a smooth but hard material without any flexibility.
Breathing Hole – ZQuiet and SnoreMender let you breathe freely throughout the night through your mouth. So, if you experience sinuses, nasal polyps, a deviated septum, or just terrible allergies triggered sometimes, you will still be able to breathe with your mouth.
Guarantee – ZQuiet is backed up by a 30-day warranty. SnoreMender does have a fabulous 90-day guarantee, but sadly, you have to wait the full 90 days to obtain a refund. I imagine this happens because many will only forget, and never send it back.
Price – SnoreMender has priced affordably at $57. It also arrives including free shipping. ZQuiet costs a little more, but you do not have to pay that full price in one payment. You have to pay only $9.95 for shipping and handling, then ZQuiet sends the device to you. If you decide that you do not like it, you send it back, and they will not charge your card again. If ZQuiet does not get back the mouthpiece, there will be a charge on your card on day 35 after your first order.
Fit – Unhappily, SnoreMender did not fit right for me. The trays could not line up with my mandible. ZQuiet accomplished to be a perfect for both my wife and me.
Comfort and Effectiveness – ZQuiet feels right the second you put it in your mouth. You can talk and drink water with it inside. SnoreMender is not necessarily uncomfortable, but it is nothing to get excited over in this subject. The trays are stiff, and I do not think I could talk with one in, but I did not try.