The ZQuiet, same the SnoreRX, holds your jaw comfortably advancing to keep your airway open. Each device refers to a standard line of anti-snoring devices known as MADs (mandibular advancement appliance).
My spouse and I tried both. Myself, I prefer ZQuiet, but my wife found that she had slightly better results with the SnoreRX (due to her small mouth size).
My spouse had a slight fitting problem with the ZQuiet the first night, but I was able to determine it the next morning by following regulations implemented by the company and cutting it with shears.
We had no fit issues with the SnoreRX as the Flex Jaw let us customize the fit before wearing it.
Trying The ZQuiet
ZQuiet presents everyone with two stop snoring mouthpieces for the $79.95 price that vary in how far they advance your jaw. You only slip one or the other in your mouth to decide which size is best for you. I had to adjust my wife is slight with scissors for it to fit correctly.
My spouse snored the first night smoothly though she reached no sounds coming out of me. My jaw did a bit sore but after the other night that went away.
After the two week trial, we both felt very filled with the ZQuiet. The construction even allows you to talk habitually while wearing it. People with a deflected septum or who have a cold will like the ZQuiet too as it lets you inhale through your mouth while still having your air passage clear.
Cleaning took almost no time. The single-piece, soft construction was very simple to clean with a toothbrush and some dish soap.
Trying The SnoreRX
My spouse and I took some time to carefully read the instructions before attempting to fit it into our mouths. We used the boil and bite technique, then put them in our mouths and adjust the fit with the Flex Jaw. It took a second modification for me after the first night as I had a little soreness in my jaw when I awoke. The second configuration worked as the ache was gone the next morning.
We both slept soundly and awoke renewed. When I woke up at night to put out the dog, I saw my wife emitted no noise at all.
My son, who regularly stays up later than us, said he was not able to hear either of us snoring.
Sanitation was a bit of a challenge but nothing too difficult. We had to scrub the crevices first before dropping them into warm water with a denture cleaning tablet.
My spouse and I accepted that the ZQuiet required the least quantity of work and was the most satisfying. However, my spouse was a bit disappointed that the ZQuiet did not adequately stop her snoring. Use the ZQuiet coupon when buying.
The SnoreRX, once you fit it precisely to your mouth, kept both of us from snoring. Washing the SnoreRX takes longer than cleaning the ZQuiet does, but after a while, we got used to it. Use the SnoreRX coupon when buying.
Note: The ZQuiet case has a $9.95 special, including free ship that permits you to use it for 30 days and if you are not satisfied you can return it and not pay the full $79.95 price