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Puresleep

$59.90 + $10 shipping for 2 Puresleep mouthpieces

Puresleep was invented by  Dr. Douglas Fenton, a San Francisco dentist and Noel Lindsay who was a snoring sufferer in search of a solution.

For a decade, Dr. Fenton and other physicians in the area prescribed similar snoring mouthpieces to their patients, charging them a whopping $400! Along came Mr. Lindsay a business man who saw the potential in creating an easily accessible version of Dr. Fenton’s mouthpiece that is affordable the general public. From here, the Pure Sleep Company was created. Today, the company claims to have the “#1 selling snoring solution in the world”.

What is the PureSleep?

The Puresleep is best classified as a boil and bite Mandibular Advancement Device which is custom fitted and used to re-position the jaw forward, clearing tissue obstructions in the air passage. As a result, the sound that we know as “snoring” ceases.

It is constructed of two different types of plastic which are both BPA and latex free. The device is made in the USA and all materials used in production are US sources.

Customization

Dr. Fenton

Dr. Douglas Fenton creator of Puresleep

When the device arrives in your mailbox, it comes in 2 pieces and includes instructions on how to create a custom fit and how to use the device. One unique feature is the snap in jaw advancement adjustment which allows you to move the lower portion of the device into one of three different positions. Since everyone’s jaw rests in a different position, having the ability to make such adjustments is a key feature.

Creating a custom fit begins by choosing a position that is comfortable yet keeps the lower jaw in the advanced position. Choose the setting carefully as this can not be reversed after the next step. Once a position is selected, secure the device in the desired position by snapping together the upper and lower portions. Next, heat up a pot of tap water to the specified temperature, drop in the device, remove and place in the mouth to create a custom mold. It is important to hold your teeth in this position for 45 seconds while it cools and creates an impression.

As for longevity, expect to see between 6-9 months of regular use before having to replace.

User reviews

reviewsPure Sleep Co. has been around for quite some time now. In fact, the company started selling the device in 2007. Unlike similar products that have recently made an appearance, this one has a ton of reviews which are mostly positive and claim that the device functions as promised.

As for complaints or side effects, some experience jaw soreness, dry mouth, discomfort or inability to keep the device in overnight. These issues typically resolve their self within a few days of use. Others say that it’s too bulky and uncomfortable to wear every night. Also, some have reported a case of excess drooling while sleeping with this device.

Users who have tried similar devices often experience many of the same symptoms so this is not an issue that is exclusive to PureSleep.

While there will always be those who have complaints, the vast majority of people report success with this product. Being a world wide best seller, having a few dissatisfied customers in inevitable. When reading through reviews online, keep in mind that this company has several competitors who leave bogus reviews just to damage the companies reputation. In other words, take everything that you read with a grain of salt.

Before purchasing this device or any other, read up on the causes of snoring and the possibility of your snoring being linked to sleep apena, a serious medical condition.

The BBB

bbbWhile sifting through several consumer reviews, I noticed a handful of complaints filed with the BBB by consumers. Most of these issues dealt with shipping and billing while a couple had to do with product satisfaction. Overall, the company has resolved the issues and the cases have been closed.

The cost

The company has recently been running a buy one get one free deal on this device. You will receive 2 devices with storage containers for $59.90 + $10 shipping. When broken down on a per unit basis, this comes out to around $35 per unit. When compared to similar devices in the same classification, the PureSleep offers an incredible value.

Should I buy the Puresleep?

While there are more complicated and impressive devices available, Puresleep is one of the more popular affordable snoring mouthpieces. The company has been around for nearly 7 years now which is very rare in this particular industry. Additionally, it was created by an actual dentist which is a plus in an industry that is filled with fly-by-night inventors who often do not understand what it takes to make an effective yet safe product.

Prior to coming to market, Dr. Fenton used this device in his own practice for a decade. Technically speaking, this product has been put to use for 17 years now!

As for design, breathing air holes in the front allow for oral breathing while sleeping. Being constructed of safe materials manufactured in the US is a must because it will remain in your mouth for several hours each day and you do not want unhealthy toxins to leach into your body.

Overall, Dr. Fenton has a proven product that is priced to sell therefore, I would recommend it to anyone with a snoring issue. After all, with a 30 day money back guaranty, it much cheaper (and less risky) than going through surgery for snoring.


SleepTight – A More Affordable and Reliable Mouthpiece

sleeptight creamThere are over two dozen do-it-yourself mouthpieces to choose from. Some have special features while others are quite simple. The “SleepTight” is a product that I have tried and can recommend because it has several desirable features at a reasonable price.
Its most notable features include a larger air hole at the front and grooves that are incorporated into the tray which help to create a tighter fit. For mouth breathers, an opening that provides adequate airflow is necessary and the SleepTight has the largest opening that I have seen in a mouthpiece.
It’s a great choice for those who tend to breathe through their mouth while sleeping or those with allergies, sinus issues, colds, a deviated septum or who have consumed excessive alcohol. The SleepTight was designed by a seasoned dentist with over 30 years of experience.  Here are a few key points to consider:

  • Created By Dr. Michael Williams
  • FDA Cleared
  • Extra Large Breather Hole
  • Solid 1 Piece Design
  • Custom Molds To Your Mouth In Less Than 5 Mins
  • BPA & Latex free
  • Comes With A 30 Day Guarantee
  • Exclusive Buy 1 Get 1 Free Offer to Snoring MouthPiece Guide Readers
  • 2 for $88 Including Shipping (Must Click On “Visit SleepTight” Before Ordering)

Read my complete review of the SleepTight.

Which mouthpiece should I buy?

The anti-snoring mouthpiece is one of the most highly effective stop snoring solutions available. With over 100 different products to choose from, deciding which one to buy can be challenging.

As a snorer and product reviewer, I have tried many of these devices and created a list of recommended devices that will help to make this decision much easier.

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{ 2 comments… add one }
  • Ashley January 20, 2014, 3:53 am

    My fiance has a terrible snoring problem that keeps us apart most nights. He works graveyard so us sleeping together is rare anyway and it’s sad because the time we do get is interrupted by his incessant snoring problem. I want something affordable that is going to work. I don’t want to be swindled and the breathe right strips don’t work. I desperately need a solution!!!

    • Robert Thomas January 23, 2014, 5:51 pm

      Ashley,

      Sorry to hear about your (fiancé’s) snoring problem. I would like to assure you that you are not alone. Most experts agree that between 40% – 50% of people snore to some degree.

      Naturally, you are interested in an affordable solution that actually works. The truth is, almost all devices that I have tried have worked and I am a heavy snorer. The real challenge is finding one that is comfortable and affordable. After trying several, I put together my list of recommended devices.

      In most cases, you should expect to pay at least $50 to $60 for a decent device that works and is comfortable for long term use. You may also want to check out my interactive comparison table which compares 25 of the most popular mouthpieces on the market based on features, longevity, device type, and overall cost.

      Good luck with your search. Let us know how it worked out for you.

      Bob

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