SnoreRx VS VitalSleep

UPDATED Nov. 2017

VitalSleep and SnoreRx are quite similar in more than one aspect, which is why users often have a hard time choosing between them. However, they may prove to be a lot more different than you initially believed. This VitalSleep vs. SnoreRx comparison will show you exactly what makes one of these solutions better than the other and allow you to quickly reach your decision.

Side by Side Comparison

PRODUCT
LONGEVITY
MATERIAL
CLINICAL TRIAL
FDA-APPROVED
CUSTOMIZATION
ADJUSTMENT PERIOD
DENTURE-COMPATIBLE
BREATHING THROUGH MOUTH
SIDE EFFECTS
ADDITIONAL HEALTH BENEFITS
MONEY BACK GUARANTEE
mandibular advancement device
n/a
copolymer materials
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
n/a
drooling, soreness
n/a
30 days
$99.00
mandibular advancement device
at least 1 year
non-toxic medical grade material (Elvax)
n/a
Yes
Yes
Yes
n/a
Yes
drooling
n/a
30 days
$59.95

Ratings

The devices are compared in relation to 6 major criteria: the fitting process, material quality, adjustability, longevity, price, and overall experience. The scores are assigned based on the devices’ compliance with the said criteria. Once the total, final scores are calculated for each device, we are able to declare the winner of the comparison.
Fitting process
Material quality
Adjustability
Longevity
Price
Overall experience
Final Rating 9.1/10 8.7/10

Comparison Breakdown

Fitting Process

Both VitalSleep and SnoreRx are moldable. They are fitted with the use of the boil-and-bite technology, which does not require too much effort. Although the process of fitting is simple with both devices, it is somewhat shorter with VitalSleep.

Material Quality

We are happy to say that VitalSleep and SnoreRx are cleared by the FDA, so there is nothing to worry about when it comes to the materials used to make the devices. However, SnoreRx may be a bit more comfortable due to the patented copolymer materials it is made of.

Adjustability

SnoreRx is incredibly adjustable, thanks to its Flex-Jaw technology that allows you to adjust the device by 1-millimeter increments. Securing the device in the desired position is just as easy due to the amazing Posi-Lock feature. VitalSleep’s adjustability is not as impressive, but the device does allow for micro-adjustments with the use of the hex key that comes with the device.

Longevity

SnoreRx has a rather long lifespan of approximately 11 to 15 months. On the other hand, VitalSleep can last between 12 and 24 months and you even get free replacements for a year. Therefore, while SnoreRx does quite well in terms of longevity, VitalSleep may be slightly better in this respect.

Price

VitalSleep is a bit more affordable than SnoreRx. However, SnoreRx does have some advanced features, which justifies the somewhat higher price in comparison to its competitor.

Overall Experience

When it comes to overall experience, we could easily call it a tie as both the devices are super effective when it comes to stopping snoring.

Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedIn