Best deal for noisy sleeping partners or parents £9.34 @ betterlifehealthcare
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Best deal for noisy sleeping partners or parents £9.34 @ betterlifehealthcare

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Found 14th May 2013
New and improved version of the original ‘Snore Stopper’. Peace at last from that noisy sleeping partner. This device listens for snores and will then gently stimulate the wrist to encourage a change of position and a quiet night.


Features:
-Wrist worn anti-snoring device with adjustable intensity
-New pre-test feature
-Improves the chances of a good nights sleep for you and your partner
-Detects snoring, then sends out weak electrical impulses
-These impulses are felt by the user who change their sleeping position
-Snoring stops for a quiet night and a happy relationship
-Supplied with contact gel and full instructions

20 Comments

A good hard kick to the balls dose the trick and its free

I'd love to know if these work, I'm in danger of throttling my husband most nights.

oO

uglybeautyqueen

A good hard kick to the balls dose the trick and its free


That's why mine hurt in the morning I guess! Would love to know if these work oO
Edited by: "balf118" 14th May 2013

uglybeautyqueen

A good hard kick to the balls dose the trick and its free

mrs Harper doesn't have any. I checked before I married her.

surely bj's are the answer not violence or this

matthewbarfoot

surely bj's are the answer not violence or this



Nope giving a hard kick to the balls is much more fun

uglybeautyqueen

Nope giving a hard kick to the balls is much more fun



But not as quick
Edited by: "keithboy37" 14th May 2013

Probably should mention that there is a £2,99 delivery charge for orders less than £30.

Regardless, I'm going to give this a go, and report back.

Not that I think uglybeautyqueen will want to change her normal method of snore control.

Make love not violence
Edited by: "BVA" 14th May 2013

kevlaw

Not that I think uglybeautyqueen will want to change her normal method of … Not that I think uglybeautyqueen will want to change her normal method of snore control.



If it works why fix it?!

I tried this unit.........and it's electrodes burnt 2 holes in my wrist!!!.....Honestly!!

Drachir

I tried this unit.........and it's electrodes burnt 2 holes in my … I tried this unit.........and it's electrodes burnt 2 holes in my wrist!!!.....Honestly!!


Still sounds preferable to another method suggested here!

Drachir

I tried this unit.........and it's electrodes burnt 2 holes in my … I tried this unit.........and it's electrodes burnt 2 holes in my wrist!!!.....Honestly!!

no pain no gain - did it stop you snoring? (although screaming in pain is probably just as bad for others' sleep)

Could always attach to balls instead...

No! It did not work for me! It is safe to say that I am still a Floorboard Rumbler ;-(

Might try one of these on her indoors, She sounds like a bike that's lost its exhaust most nights

Tried, failed, tried again, failed again, threw in bin.

If the electrodes burnt you, then your not using enough contact gell.

Sigh!, i got a new bed in the study for the nights when my balls get kicked after midnight...

I'm sure that no-one is really interested, but I said that I would report back, so here I am.

I'm informed by my wife that I still snore lightly, but whereas previously that would turn to loud snoring, when I'm wearing this item it doesn't.

I don't notice any problem with my sleep-pattern, but my wife has reported better sleeping, so I would say that we have a result.

The only problem that I've found is one morning when a bird was singing loudly outside the bedroom window, and it set the device off.
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