If nasal obstructions are keeping you from resting properly and causing snoring problems you cannot wait to solve, anti-snoring nasal cones may be the ideal solution for you. We can help you make the right choice by providing you with a side-by-side comparison of two well-known brands of nasal cones – NasiVent Tube Plus and Snoreworks. Scroll down to see our NasiVent Tube Plus VS Snoreworks comparison table and discover which nasal cones are more likely to take those snoring troubles away.
- Latex-free silicone
- Anatomically shaped
- Nose-lock feature
- Comes in various sizes
- Soft and comfortable
- Without side effects
- Light and unobtrusive
- Reasonable price tag
- Soreness/irritation caused by the insufficiently round edges of the device.
- Mouth snorers;
- Throat snorers;
- Snorers with sleep apnea (as an alternative to CPAP therapy);
- Snorers with highly sensitive nasal passage walls.
- Mouth snorers;
- Throat snorers;
- Snorers with sleep apnea (as an alternative to CPAP therapy).
Compare User Reviews
- Submitted By Albert Douglas 05/05/2018This is my first snoring aid ever. I finally came to terms that I have a problem that not only affects my health but also my wife's ability to rest throughout the night. The device itself is pretty comfortable and opens my air passages quite a bit. According to my wife, it apparently reduces snoring both in length and volume but doesn't completely eliminate it.
- Submitted By Jordan Burke 03/23/2018I bought these after growing tired of constantly waking up to an empty bed. My wife would do to my loud snoring and go to sleep somewhere else in the house. Good news is, she hasn't left a bad ever since I bought them and they've really helped me reduce the volume of my snoring. I still snore somewhat but it's much better than before, according to my wife.
- Submitted By LouisMonroe on 08/16/2017It’s a good thing that Nasivent comes in packs of three or more cuz I already lost one pair. They work fine for snoring but they are a bit unstable up there.
- Submitted By CrazyAries22 on 08/02/2017Luckily, Nasivent put out a new model and now it’s almost perfect. I still get a bit of a runny nose from these tubes but…something’s gotta give.
- Submitted By Lori Schneideron 03/08/2018Day did open up my airways but they didn't help with my snoring. On top of that, they constantly kept on falling out of my nose so I can't really say if they were effective or not.
- Submitted By Judy Love on 12/23/2017First of all, these are made of some very sturdy plastic and are not flexible whatsoever. My nose was constantly hurting while I use them and I also couldn't fit them all the way in since they seem to be longer than my nasal passages. Naturally, dated nothing for my snoring so I just gave up.
- Submitted By SanFernandoChick on 11/18/2017I got these for my bf. His snoring is becoming horrible, so I had to try something. I don’t know about him, but I am so happy with Snoreworks. He still snores, but somehow it lasts shorter and it’s definitely not as loud.
- Submitted By BigBennyBrown on 08/04/2017Cool product but they should really find a way to make them stay in my nose. They keep falling out. On the plus side, the material is soft and they are almost invisible.
NasiVent Tube Plus is a nose-dilating device designed to address the partial closing of the nostrils and alleviate snoring and breathing problems. It is comfortable and absolutely safe to use. Learn more about it in our NasiVent Tube Plus review.