Snore Calm Chin-Up Strips (380 strips)
on the 1st Oct 2009
As a mouth breather who is Full Face mask intolerant, I must use a Chin-Up Strip every night in conjunction with my Nasal Mask. This has been my lot for the past 5 years and during those years I have never had a problem with them. They ensure leakfree sleep without actually sealing my mouth (which is a dangerous practice.) The £110 price equates to just 29p per strip which is a small price to pay for a good night sleep. I buy these and have them sent to me whether I am living in the UK or here in Australia as they are a quality product from a reliable source.
T.Christie august 2008
on the 2nd Sep 2008
I rate these strips highly, i am an open mouthed "fly catcher" snorer who has found these strips cured me straight away. My husband is a lght sleeper and i nolonger wake him. My local chemist has stopped supplying them at £3.00/10pack so i am looking for an alternative supplier. They seem expensive on this site so i will keep looking but i am desperate to find some soon because my supply is low. They are expensive but if you can afford them they do the job perfectly.
Pros and cons of Chin ups
on the 7th Aug 2008
They have significantly reduced, but not eliminated my snoring. The strips are very fragile and tear easily during application which is costly. It would be fantastic if you could reuse them and be tougher but even if you buy in bulk its becomes quite expensive especially when you are a pensioner. 40p each when you buy 30, £65 for 200 is a big amount to pay all at once. My rating takes all my comments into consideration.
on the 22nd Apr 2008
In the main these do work they did reduced, but not entirely eliminated my snoring. Perhaps some more weight loss may achieve this! Disadvantages, can leave red marks on your face when taken off. Always interesting when work colleagues ask what the marks are!
Chin Up Strips
on the 26th Dec 2007
After trying sprays, nasal strips etc this is the best product for mouth snorers, I can recomend this, it has saved my marriage and many digs in the ribs. My life saver.
Bottoms up to Chin Ups
on the 6th Nov 2007
I cannot begin to explain how important Chin-ups are to me. I am a mouth-breathing Sleep Aponea sufferer who is unable to wear a full face mask and must therefore use a nasal mask every night. As any mouth-breather knows using a nasal mask is a complete waste of time, but when used in conjunction with Chin-ups a whole new dimension opens up. A liitle bit of forethough and preparation each night before bed affords me 7 or 8 hours of real sleep each night. Chin-ups saved my life as before this I was averaging one hour of sleep per night for over 12 months! Chin-ups are amazingly simple to use and yet provide so much, so easily.
chin up strips
on the 4th May 2007
I found these strips worked brilliantly for me. I enjoy good nights sleep and always take them on holiday with when I have to share a room with my traveling pals. No complaints or various items thrown at me anymore. Uunfortunately my chemist where I used to purchase them do not stock them anymore hence my trying the web site.
Chin up straps
on the 20th Mar 2007
Definitely keeps your mouth closed. Unfortunately I found out I am snoring even with my mouth closed so it did not help me. I would recommend buying the 10 pack first to try them. I will try using nasal dilators.
reinforcement of chin up strips
on the 18th Jan 2007
If you stick pieces of (12.5 mm wide) micropore about 4/5 cm long slantwise just touching each inner edge of the strip they will reinforce it and make it less liable to tear.
G M L
on the 12th Oct 2006
The strips are also very good for retaining MADs. They can, however be a bit fragile, and the use of zinc oxide tape to strengthen the strips may help. Using warm water on your face before removal can ease the pain associated with taking them off.