Tag Line (Outer Box)
It’s time to stop sleepless nights and dysfunctional days.
Unique Selling Points (Outer Box)
- Purify air and make breathing easier
- Continuous positive airway pressure
- PM 2.5 filtering (particles or droplets in the air that are two and one half microns or less in width)
Silicone Anti Snore Nasal Dilators Apnea Aid Device Stop Snoring Nose Clip
- Material: environmental ABS materials and silicone (ABS is a a thermoplastic resin)
- Size: 50*18*18cm
- Colors: Blue, Red and White
- Lifespan: 5-8 months
Not suitable for children under 10 years
- Soft and comfortable silicone material makes it sit firmly in the nostril, forming a perfect seal without straps.
- Purify air pollution, allow you to breathe healthy and fresh air.
- Easy to wear, simply insert the vent into the nostrils.
- Relief to snore, give back to you a good sleep and smooth breath.
- Environmental friendly ABS material, no harm to your nasal hairs and nasal lining.
- Mini size and lightweight, no pressure to nose, convenient to carry.
View the enclosed instruction booklet.
Notes & Observations
Looks very similar to Airing, a crowdfunded product on Indiegogo pitched as a micro-CPAP device that has no hoses, no cords, and no mask – http://www.fundairing.com/ – however, to date, it’s yet to be made commercially available.
The outer box carries a CE mark and a RoHS logo (Restriction of Hazardous Substances, also known as Directive 2002/95/EC, restricts the use of specific hazardous materials found in electrical and electronic products).
The Reality – Our Review & Opinion
The packaging and enclosed literature makes some bold claims, but unfortunately the device does not deliver. No positive airway pressure is produced. This is definitely not a replacement for a CPAP machine or a treatment for obstructive sleep apnoea. Although designed to look similar to Airing, its functionality is not in any way the same.
On a positive note, when fitted it initially feels slightly loose in the nostrils, but it does stay in place and feels less bulky and intrusive than you’d perceive. However, almost immediately it becomes apparent that it’s much harder to breathe through your nose – it actually takes a concerted effort to keep your mouth closed which somewhat negates the claim that it ‘makes breathing easier‘. If you can conquer nasal breathing, as a nasal dilator it just about has a positive effect, but it’s negligible and much better products exist for this purpose.
Did it help with snoring? – Ever so slightly
Would we recommend this product – No
Cost & Availability
Available online from many retailers and varying greatly in price. Ours was sourced for £2.99 and was shipped from a supplier in Hong Kong.
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Tested & reviewed, April 26th 2018 by a male, aged 40-50, with a BMI of 26. Identified as a multifactoral snorer using the Interactive Snore Tests. A mandibular advancement device being the strongly recommended treatment.