2 Packs Chin Straps for Users and Mouth Breathers – Anti Snoring Chin Strap for Men and Women,Chin Straps to Reduce Air Loss,

(10 customer reviews)

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  • SKIN-FRIENDLY CHINSTAPS – Made of high-quality soft and breathable material which makes chin straps more skin-friendly to maxmize wearing comfort.
  • REDUCE AIR LOSS – Works well to restrict mouth breathing during treatment and reduce air loss through mouth breathing.
  • KEEP MOUTH CLOSE – Adjust the length of strap to keep your chin up and mouth closed. Effective to reduce mouth-snoring and prevent waking up with dry mouth!
  • ADJUSTABLE & SNORING-RELIEF – Equipped with adjustable strap and strong touch-fasten-ers, allowing a snug fit for all head shapes and sizes. Easy to put on and comfortable to sleep in.
  • Full Satisfaction Guarantee – Your Satisfaction is our Highest Priority. If you have any question with this item, please contact us without hesitation.

Description


Product Description

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Package Content:

2 packs of chin straps for users and mouth breathers to reduce air loss through mouth breathing, to reduce mouth-snoring and to prevent dry mouth and sore throat.

Features:

  • Soft and skin-friendly
  • Reusable and machine washable
  • Adjustable and snugly fit
  • Effectively keep mouth closed while sleeping
  • Prevent mouth-snoring

Note:

  • This is the new version of the chin strap with two straps on the head
  • The soft side toward the chin , The rough side toward out

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Important information

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Additional information

Weight 1.76 kg
Dimensions 5.83 × 1.02 cm
Package Dimensions ‏

‎ 9.65 x 5.83 x 1.02 inches; 1.76 Ounces

Date First Available ‏

‎ April 12, 2021

ASIN ‏

‎ B0928VW9GZ

Manufacturer ‏

‎ Medihealer

10 reviews for 2 Packs Chin Straps for Users and Mouth Breathers – Anti Snoring Chin Strap for Men and Women,Chin Straps to Reduce Air Loss,

  1. Anne

    A quick tip that may help…My husband uses these to make his CPAP effective. He has used the name brand ones because that’s what the company sent and they are covered by insurance, but only at rather long intervals. My husband’s disease is dementia, so they are often misplaced or even fall apart before we are eligible for a new one since he can be rough on things, lacking the comprehension to be careful. The CPAP doesn’t work without the strap so it is critical we always have an extra on hand. That brought me here and I decided to go with this choice since it is basically just for backup.Overall I think these are at least as good as the name brand, but there are two flaws I note…1. Directions are not clear and are unnecessarily complicated. The chin pocket has a smooth side and a velvet side. My intuition was to put the velvet side out, just as you would wear it with clothing. When it didn’t work well I looked at the pictures and realized it should be worn velvet side next to the skin. The directions don’t explicitly state this but the photos are clear and when worn this way, the complications with the strap go away. Velvet side next to the skin also puts seams away from skin so it becomes a very gentle chin pocket when worn properly. The product is fine put the directions need improvement.2. The other flaw is with the slit in the strap. It only works if your head is exactly the right size. My husband’s head is large. This strap fits fine but when secured, the slit is off center, so can’t be split as shown in illustrations. It still works for him when used as a single strap but it can’t be spread for additional stability. I looked at whether I could lengthen the slit but, while I could cut it with a pair of scissors, the lengthened slit would not be long enough to fix things.I see some people don’t like the long strap when used on a smaller head. That really is a problem that can be solved with scissors. Once you have your fit you can cut it to size.Overall, this is a good value. For us it is certainly good enough for backup. We will continue to use this one as a primary for at least a while.

  2. Mark Beck

    Liked less head-coverage, but it slipsI liked the idea of it covering less of my head at night, because the CPAP straps certainly cover enough of my head. However, I’ve tried it a few times and it slips on my head allowing my jaw muscles to slacken and drop open. I even positioned this chin strap under my CPAP straps hoping that they would hold it in place. But that really made no difference. So, I feel like I need a chin strap with better support than this one offers. Hope this helps you make a decision.

  3. Leo

    Overall, it has improved my quality of sleep.Being a mouth breather myself, I decided to give them a try. I got used to it quickly and I think it’s improved my sleep quality.*** For the price, it’s worth a try if you are in a similar situation. ***Yes, you can breathe just as easily, talk, and open your mouth easily while you wear it. Your draw just won’t drop open as your muscles relax when you’re asleep.About Sleep: As far as sleep quality goes, I have worn a smartwatch to sleep for the past 2 years just to monitor my sleep. Within 3 days of wearing this chin strap, my watch indicated I am getting better sleep. It’s hard to notice it at first but my wife said she could tell.About Wearing: If you never wear anything on your head to sleep, this may feel weird the first couple of nights. Adjust the Velcro closures to fit your head and jaw closely, but not tightly. I put it on too snug the first night (thinking it would work best that way), but I woke the next morning with a headache. But, by the 3rd night, I figured it out. Now, I don’t even adjust the straps and I have Zero trouble falling asleep with it on.About the Rating: I rated this chin strap’s comfort as 4 stars simply because I had to get used to it, but I’m not sure if it could give any headpiece a 5 since it’s a matter of personal comfort. To be fair, you’ll probably have to give it a couple of nights anyway.Overall, I feel this Chin Strap is a good product at a good price that will likely help someone (you, your partner, or both of you) sleep better.

  4. Jerry

    just okWork ok but not great. fit is not the best

  5. Arthur Martz

    What to do to help the strap stay on your head.Like others that have written reviews here, i had trouble getting the straps to stay on the top of my head, no matter what I did. I do have a larger head, one-size fits all hats, what a joke. But what worked for me was to carefully take a pair of scissors, and cut the slit about 1/2 inch longer on each side. That let the straps separate further, and was exactly what was needed for the thing to stay in place on top of my head. Now I’m happy with it!

  6. J. Freestone

    Does the job of keeping my mouth shutI got this when I got my CPAP but found out soon after I didn’t really need this strap.It did it’s job, but I am not giving it 5 stars because the chin strap needs to be a bit bigger and it didn’t keep the drool from leaking out of my mouth like I hoped it would.

  7. Marshall Jackman

    Great chin strap for Cpap userGreat chin strap for Cpap user

  8. Philip Whitaker

    It’s okay, doesn’t work great…Works okay, but I needed something better…I keep these as spares only. Cheaply made and kind of hot for being so small and a thin one piece strap.

  9. Patricia B. Manning

    Not as Good as Name BrandThis skin strap has two major pluses. You get two for the price of one name brand and the chin cup material is softer. However, the strap design is not as good and it is more difficult to keep in place. The strap is wider and the material lighter and slicker. The instructions about the slit make no sense and the slit serves no purpose. The adjustment strap is short leaving an off center point of connection and a long flapping strap end on one side. The Velcro strip is much shorter. The result is that once adjusted the connected portion is not centered on the top of the head which contributes to slipping. I will use these but will probably spring for the name brand for my next replacement. I have not had them long enough to.know how they will hold up but $20 for one versus $20 for two every year or so won’t break the bank.

  10. Earl

    Good alternativeI usually use the Resmed, and this one is similar. The only thing I don’t like is the Velcro is not centered on the top of my head. Could be the way it’s adjusted, but just saying.

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