Hi, I am Robert Bates
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Max Air Nose Cones Review
|Money back:||Yes, 30 days|
|Company name:||Sanostec Corp|
|Business address:||P.O. Box 5650 Beverly Farms, MA 01915-0529|
|BBB accredited:||Not Listed|
This solution is pretty self-explanatory. You’ve probably seen nose cones before. As far as I know they are only made to help prevent snoring and sometimes to alleviate sinus problems. All nasal cones have certain issues that come with using them, but I’ll give you all the facts as usual.
How They Work
Generally all nasal cones work the same way. The only real differences are in the shapes and what materials they use. That being said, the way that they work is pretty simple. You just insert the cones into your nostrils and the cones hold them open while you sleep. That’s all there is too it.
The main problem with nose cones is that they don’t address the issue most people have. Few people snore because of their nose. However, if you do snore because of your nose then nasal cones may be a valid option for you.
After doing a bit of research this solution has a pretty good background. It leaves a little to be desired, but it’s not bad compared to the competition. The BBB doesn’t have any information about them but that’s more neutral than anything else. The company isn’t accredited but no complaints have been filed either.
The material used for this device is FDA approved but it appears that the product itself is not. Although there isn’t much that can go wrong with a device like this it is still nice to see that they are made out of a high quality material. The manufacturer states that the material is hypoallergenic as well.
Before I get too far I want to make something clear. I’m not ripping on this product because it is terrible or anything like that. It’s not a bad product; it’s just not a great one. The biggest problem with nasal cones is that they fall out. This is quite an issue with this product.
The material is great and the device can work when it stays in, but too many people can’t keep them in. These particular nasal cones are attached and I can’t decide if that’s a good or bad thing. That means if one side comes out the other will soon follow but it also takes a little more for one to fall out. However, there is a diagram showing how to cut the attachment if you wish to use them as two separate pieces.
The verdict is in and this device is not, literally. I just can’t keep these cones in during sleep. Maybe it’s the size, maybe it’s the design. I’m not quite sure. If they actually stayed in place then I’m sure they would work well.
If they fit you better than they fit me then you should see a better result.
These cones just don’t work for me. They may be something for you to consider as an accessory device. I know for a fact that I am not primarily a nose snorer though.
If you think that you are then you may want to give this device a chance. If you think that you are snoring because of your jaw or throat then I suggest checking out a mouthpiece.