SnoreRx VS ZQuiet

UPDATED Jan. 2018

Our rigorous tests and the experience of numerous users have shown that ZQuiet and SnoreRx are among the finest anti-snoring solutions currently available on the market. That is why, when the time comes to choose one of them, the decision seems almost impossible to make. Luckily, this detailed and objective ZQuiet vs. SnoreRx comparison can help you quickly find out which device is ever so slightly better than its alternative.

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
n/a
medical-grade material
n/a
Yes
Yes
Yes
n/a
Yes
jaw soreness
it can help with sleep apnea
No
$89.90

Ratings

Our primary criteria for mandibular advancement device comparison include the fitting process, material quality, adjustability, longevity, price, and overall experience. In order to determine which device is superior to the other, we assign precise scores to each device based on the degree to which it satisfies every criterion. Once the aggregated scores are calculated, it becomes clear which device should be considered the winner of the comparison.
Fitting process
Material quality
Adjustability
Longevity
Price
Overall experience
Final Rating 9.1/10 9.8/10

Comparison Breakdown

Fitting Process

With ZQuiet, there is no fitting process, as one size fits all. There is no molding of any kind and you can use it straight from the box. Due to the absence of a fitting process, it may happen that the device does not fit quite right, but it is rather unlikely.

SnoreRx does require molding, which is executed with the use of boil-and-bite technology. The process, which is not complicated, ensures the best possible fit.

Material Quality

Both ZQuiet and SnoreRx are FDA-approved, which means that they are safe to use and the materials used to make the devices are of high quality. Therefore, both devices have received the highest scores in terms of material quality.

Adjustability

ZQuiet is not adjustable, as it is made to fit any jaw. On the other hand, it does come in two sizes, one for mild snoring and one for more serious snoring problems.

SnoreRx is known for its amazing adjustability. By employing unique, advanced technologies, it offers you the possibility to make micro-adjustments and allows you to lock the device in the position that suits you best.

Longevity

ZQuiet is not famous for its longevity. In most cases, a single device lasts for several months. Still, with proper maintenance and without teeth grinding, it may even last for nearly a year.

SnoreRx device should last for 11 to 15 months. Once again, we have to stress that the lifespan of mandibular advancement devices is affected by a number of factors, including but not limited to sleep bruxism and maintenance.

Price

SnoreRx is a bit pricier than ZQuiet. It is also important to note that with ZQuiet, you get two devices, one in each size, which makes it even more affordable.

Overall Experience

It is quite hard to say which of these two devices provides a better overall experience, as they are both excellent anti-snoring solutions, no matter how you look at them.

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