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ZQuiet - Snoring Mouthpiece Review


Published: May 11, 2014
Author: Dr. Mike Williams ( Michael Williams )
Tagged: ZQuiet, Snoring Mouthpiece, product review

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A review of the ZQuiet snoring mouthpiece. Although the device is easy to use, many users discard the device since the fit is so poor.


ZQuiet Overview
 
  • Pros
    • The ZQuiet is very easy to use, you simply take it out of the box and put it in your mouth.
    • FDA cleared.
  • Cons
    • Small airway openeing (3 mm).
    • The lack of custom fitting may make it uncomfortable, causing jaw and teeth pain.
    • The low quality construction of the device can lead to the hinge breaking, making the device unusable.

 
Airflow
 
The front airway is only open 3 millimeters, which is one of the smallest of snoring mouthpieces on the market. The small airway opening makes it more challenging to get much needed air at night. There is no custom adjustment or fitting, the airflow is minimal when the mouthpiece is closed.
 
Ease of Use
 
The ZQuiet is very easy to use, you simply take it out of the box and put it in your mouth. This is perhaps the best selling point of the ZQuiet, you can wear it without any adjustment. You do not need to boil the mouthpiece to fit it or use any tools. This device is dependent on the hinge to hold itself in place. 
 
 
Fit and Comfort
 
The hinge on the ZQuiet may break, making it unwearable. For many, the lack of custom fitting makes it uncomfortable. Jaw and teeth pain are common with this device due to the one-size-fits-all design. The hinge is reported to often break due to it's low quality construction. This renders the ZQuiet unusable when this happens. The loose fit results in the device being dislodged frequently during sleep. 
 
 
Cost
 
Expect to pay around $70 (typically the package includes 2 units).
 
 
 
Video Transcript

The ZQuiet mouthpiece, the front airway open only 3 millimeters. It is the easiest to use because you take it right out of the box and put it in your mouth.

The hinge on the ZQuiet may break, making it unwearable. For many, the lack of the custom fit makes it uncomfortable. Expect to pay around $70.

Although the ZQuiet is easy to use, may people find it uncomfortable.

 



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