Despite some negative reviews, I still think that it's worth looking at this device. Opinion online however varies 50/50, so if you're not convinced, browse our site for better alternatives.
Introduction – SnoreWizard Stop Snoring Device Review
The SnoreWizard is a rather interesting MAD (mandibular advancement device) in the sense that it looks and feels quite a bit different from what you may expect. Rather than consisting of an entire, bulky looking ‘mouth-guard-type device’, this product seems small, pliable, and comfortable. It’s lightweight and seems to take up very little space in the mouth – though it also seems to do a good job of holding the lower jaw forward during sleep.
One interesting thing that I quickly learned about the SnoreWizard was the fact that it doesn’t utilize boil and bite technology for fitting. Instead, it’s shipped as a ‘one size fits all’ device that’s supposed to work for everyone.
Of course, I was very skeptical of this – until I actually got a chance to see what it looked like up-close. The design was so different that I was instantly intrigued – and I spent quite a bit of time researching the product to learn more about it.
Here’s what I found out when writing SnoreWizard review.
The SnoreWizard is made of a special, soft plastic material that’s designed to fit comfortably right from the beginning. It helps to stop snoring by advancing the lower jaw slightly during sleep – which is pretty typical of MAD devices. It also allows for natural mouth breathing, courtesy of a small opening in the front that let’s air through – even when the mouth is basically closed and the device is in use. No custom fitting is required with the SnoreWizard, and it comes with a full money back satisfaction guarantee. It was also designed and produced in the UK – so you can rest assured that it was made in a quality setting and with decent components.
This product is technically an MAD (a Mandibular Advancement Device). It is, however, very different from many other MADs I’ve seen on the market – so it really got my attention and managed to rouse my curiosity.
On the official product website, the SnoreWizard is said to be ‘recommended by NHS Sleep clinics across the UK.’ The website also says that ‘two years of development and testing’ went into the creation of the product – though no direct links to any studies or clinical trials are provided.
Is this product FDA cleared?
The official product website says that the product is made from ‘food grade plastic’ and that it’s also free of latex – though I didn’t see any reference to FDA approval or clearance.
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There were definitely a few ‘negative’ reviews, but nothing so serious that I would label it as ‘scam-worthy’.
How does the product work?
This product basically works by holding the lower jaw forward during sleep. This, in turn, is said to help open up the airway so that vibrations won’t occur along the soft palate. These ‘vibrations’ are what cause snoring – so by eliminating them, you should be able to get rid of the problem.
What are actual customers saying?
Actual customers are saying a wide range of things about the SnoreWizard. Unfortunately, however, not all of them are good. Despite the fact that it’s a bit more expensive than some of its competitors, it seems that some customer aren’t too impressed with it. In fact, I’m sorry (and a bit surprised, honestly) to say that there were almost as many negative reviews as there were positive ones. Of course, it should be considered that people are more likely to leave a review for a negative experience than for a positive one—but still, I found this ratio significant.
It seems that the number one complaint regarding this product involved the fact that it didn’t fit as well as customers would have liked – which isn’t that surprising when you take into account that it doesn’t use boil and bite technology to get a custom fit. Here is one quote from Amazon for example:
This product fits well initially but due to the lack of anything to hold the sides in, becomes dislodged when sleeping. The sides lift up and chaff against the gum. The front piece also chaffs.
Here is another one:
For the money, this was a serious down. It was a pain to adjust, and didn’t seem to work anyway. Blimming uncomfortable too, to the point of adjusting it into nothingness.
Some customers seemed to feel like if you could get the device to fit right, it worked great – and I would probably have to agree. If you happen to have a mouth that just isn’t shaped like the device, then you may find yourself having more problems with it than it’s worth.
Luckily, the SnoreWizard does come with a money back guarantee, and you can always give it a try with the assurance that you can get your money back if you’re not impressed.
What you can expect
It might take a day or two to figure out if the SnoreWizard will work for you, so don’t be alarmed or concerned if you experience a bit of discomfort during the first few nights of use. It may take as many as 5 to 7 days to really figure out whether or not it’ll work for you in the long run—so try to be patient, but also don’t forget to pay careful attention to your sleep quality. If it changes for the better, then there’s a good chance that this device might be a great option for you!
Does this brand stack up against the competition?
Yes, the SnoreWizard definitely stacks up against the competition in the sense that it’s much smaller and ‘lighter-weight’ than most other mouthpieces. For this reason, it might appeal more to people who don’t want a ‘large piece of plastic’ in their mouths while sleeping.
Key differences between this product and ‘typical’ solutions
The main difference between this product and other ‘typical’ solutions is, once again, the fact that it’s so light and small. It’s also said to be recommended by NHS Sleep clinics across the UK – which is definitely impressive.
Is a prescription or doctor involvement needed?
No. You don’t need a prescription or a doctor’s involvement to buy or use the SnoreWizard.
Pros and Cons
Here are the basic pros and cons that I discovered about this product over the course of my research.
- It comes with a 30 day money back guarantee
- It’s light-weight and easy to wear
- It requires no extra steps for fitting – you simply use it right out of the box
- Allows for natural breathing through the mouth
- It was designed and produced in the UK
- It has a few negative customer reviews
- It isn’t an incredibly ‘cheap’ device
- Since there is no custom fitting process, it might not fit right on some customers
I began my research very impressed with this product – and I would probably say that I’m still at least partially so. Despite some negative reviews, I really believe that this device is a good one. I think that the absence of the boil-and-bite feature limits it in usefulness to certain people with mouths shaped a certain way – but I also believe that the SnoreWizard will probably work wonders if you can wear it comfortably.
If you’re in the market for a new stop snoring device and want something small and lightweight, then the SnoreWizard is an ”OK” product for you to consider.
Costs and shipping
This product costs £44.99 to order online. Shipping varies by location.
The best place to buy this product is on the official SnoreWizard website.
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