Fold the device and pop it into your mouth to get snoring free and restful sleep.
Cleans quickly and simply with soap and water.
The sleep clinics that prescribe mouthpieces to their patients, give a 94% success rate.
Noiselezz® is patented world wide, granted on 4/9/98, serial number 691849.
Dentists or Doctors do make custom mouthpieces for chronic snorers but remember that they will have to charge for their time. Average costs are from $300 to $700.
Noiselezz in comparison starts at only $129 (plus $8.00 postage & handling.)
30 Day Money back guarantee: NOISELEZZ is available to purchase through this website only WITH or WITHOUT a guarantee.
The guarantee is offered for 30 days from the date of purchase, if for any reason you are unhappy with NOISELEZZ, you may return it for a full refund less the shipping costs, providing you have not damaged, mistreated Or adjusted it in anyway, including moulding the product in warm water.
You must send back the device in its original packaging with the instruction manual, so that it can be examined by our technician, for any defects.
For people who wish to SAVE some money and are familiar with NOISELEZZ, it may be purchased WITHOUT this guarantee for a REDUCED cost
KVG Australia | Anti-Snoring Device
WARNING: Beware Cheap Imitations - This Leading Doctor-Designed Anti-Snoring Device Really Can Solve Your Snoring Problems!
Wake up feeling relaxed and refreshed.
No more arguments or complaints from your partner.
No more having to sleep in the spare room .
Easy to use and clean.
No expensive equipment to buy.
Europe’s top selling Anti-Snoring and Anti-Teeth Grinding device is now available in Australia and New Zealand!
NOISELEZZ is a two trayed hinged anti-snore device, worn in the mouth while sleeping. It is made of soft high quality dental resin. This anti-snoring solution greatly reduces snoring or eliminates it entirely.
The Noiselezz Device
The Noiselezz anti-snoring device has been designed to greatly reduce or eliminate snoring. The hinged mechanism is designed to gently pull the bottom jaw forward, stopping it from falling back, thus keeping the airway open and preventing the tongue from touching the soft tissues at the back of the throat.