Sleep Connection Wristband Reviews

The Sleep Connection Wristband is an anti-snore device by Sleep Connection, a company that markets a number of sleep aiding devices.

How Does it Work?

Sleep Connection states their anti-snore watch uses special nerve technology to detect any sign of snoring.

Once it detects your snoring, the device emits sensory feedback in the form of electrical pulses that will tell your body to reposition itself and the jaw to improve airflow and prevent snoring without waking you up.

You wear the Sleep Connection Watch when you’re sleeping, putting it on just like you watch before you go to bed.  Comfortable to have on and not restrictive, the watch does not affect or interact with your preferred sleeping position.

Supposedly, this bracelet uses nerve stimulation to convince your body to stop snoring.  You shouldn’t experience any harmful side-effects or discomfort while you are asleep or even the next day.

It has a gentle impulse that will instead encourage you to switch positions in your sleep.  It has an intelligent biosensor that can tell if you are snoring and will also monitor the noise levels of the room while you are asleep.

Cost and Price Plans

One of the main issues we have with the Sleep Connection bracelet is in its payment portal.  Once you click “buy”, you’ll be redirected to another page where the browser checks for “special offers.”

Miraculously, each time you click through, you are awarded a “limited” 50% off discount  With this discount, a Sleep Connection Wristband costs $59.99.

You can purchase two for $109.99 or you can buy three for $149.99. You can also buy four for $191.99.

Shipping, no matter what order size you select, is $8.95. Each order is backed by a 30-day guarantee. You can pay for your order using PayPal, Visa, Amex, Discover, or MasterCard.

Competitors and Alternatives

The Sleep Connection Wristband isn’t the only product that can help you stop snoring - but you may not even need to turn to a product after all.

There are plenty of science-backed methods that you can try to stop snoring.  For example, you may be able to stop snoring by losing weight (if you’re overweight) and sleeping on your side.

You can also try raising the head of your bed so that your head is more elevated on the pillows.  You can use nasal strips or other products that will help limit and treat your nasal congestion, too.

You can reduce the likelihood of snoring if you limit or avoid alcohol and sedatives, especially before bed, as well as if you quit smoking.

Getting enough sleep is another surefire way to stop snoring, but getting enough sleep can be tough if you’re constantly waking yourself up by snoring!

Customer Reviews & Complaints

It’s tough to find any reliable customer reviews of the Sleep Connection Anti-Snore Wristband online.

However, visit the company's website, and you’ll find all kinds of unverified reviews.  One customer says,

“The only time I got any sleep was when [my husband] slept on the couch. But with the Sleep Connection device, all of that has changed! My husband’s snoring has completely disappeared - now we can actually snuggle on a cold night!”

Without any third-party reviews, it’s difficult to determine whether the Sleep Connection Anti-Snore Wristband is an effective device.

If it’s a mouth problem causing your snoring, you may need to use mouth strips or other anti-snoring devices that are placed between your teeth. If it’s your lungs or airways, you might need treatment for obstructive sleep apnea.

Customer Service

If you need to get in touch with customer service at the Sleep Connection store, you can reach out by phone at 1 855 247 0312.

The anti-snoring device is manufactured by Media Communications Corp, which has an email address at [email protected] and an address in Chesapeake, VA.

Where to Buy?

You can only buy the Sleep Connection Anti-Snore Wristband - or find any information about the product at all, in fact - but visiting the company’s website.

The Bottom Line

This anti-snoring device claims to stop your snoring immediately, but there’s not a lot of science behind how it works.

Additionally, it won’t address the core issue behind your snoring, which could potentially be a life-threatening condition like sleep apnea.

Sleep Connection might be a decent placebo, but ultimately, it’s probably not going to stop your snoring for good.

Consider one of the other snoring prevention devices or techniques mentioned above, and you’ll likely have better results.

If you have any experience with the Sleep Connection Wristband, please leave your reviews below.

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Sleep Connection Wristband Customer Reviews

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Waste of money; impossible to use
October 24, 2022
Impossible to use. Ridiculous "conductive electrodes" stick to everything they shouldn't and nothing they should. Need to be replaced DAILY @ $12/12 sets. Don't waste your money.

A Scam
May 7, 2022
I tried out the Sleep Connection Wrist band and it is a total waste of money. The gel pads came off the first night and would not reattach. The first impression when opening the box was, "wow this looks very cheap". In order to try and make it work, it has a tendency to reduce circulation in the hand due to the level of tightness it needs to be set to in order to work. Save your money and explore other options. This product is a scam.

returned
March 30, 2022

I ordered the wristband and then decided to check reviews. Decided against it and emailed to cancel.

Decided to call to make sure and they only wanted to give me half my money back. told them its only been an hour they didn't even ship it yet, they kept arguing with me to keep it.took awhile but got my money back.

does not work
February 17, 2021
this is a scam. a purchase this and used it. It stings your wrist mildly but on a continuous interval. It does not sense I was snoring. I put it on and it starts stinging my arm within few seconds and repeated every 20 seconds or so. it actually does not let you sleep. maybe that is how it stops her from snoring.

szkot January 18, 2022

Actually, a very good comment. Says it all in the last sentence. However, maybe it works. Somehow. So far it doesn't want to detect light snoring but it does it with heavy breathing.

szkot January 18, 2022

In short: Do NOT buy!!!

Waste of money
January 26, 2021

If i could give a zero i would. It zaps you every 10 seconds due to any noise in the room. Also they charge you 64.00 and extra for more pads when amazon is selling the same device for 13.79. I guess i should have done my homework. Please do not buy this. I hope i get all my money back.

Buyer beware. So tired of these scam companies.

jedwards February 14, 2021

I got taken also. junk

Don't buy under any circumstances.
January 15, 2021
This is totally useless. Does not work. And they will not refund your money.

CoryMeyer January 26, 2021

They dont refund?

jedwards February 14, 2021

Wife was mad that I snore and wasted money on this...

Careful with this product.
December 27, 2020
Item does not work, Poor reviews, Waste of time and money

jedwards February 14, 2021

Junk, don't waste your money.

This devise badly burned my skin
December 21, 2020

This device badly burned my skin! I adjusted the intensity of the electrical impulse but over a few weeks of wearing this device, which my wife actually said I did snore much less, I noticed that as the battery wore down, it was hard to get much of any impulse, but with a new battery, it was triggering way more than just from snoring!

My wrists are red, swollen and have open breaks in my skin from using this devise. I wish I could show you a picture of how bad it is! Very very disappointed. Their customer service is issuing a full refund. I’m in the process of now making an appointment to see a dermatologist to find out what can be done!

Scam
November 23, 2020
lol, if you understand basic physiology you would know why a bracelet is not going to stop snoring. Shame on all you suckers who bought this product. Go see a doctor and get a sleep study done, you most likely need CPAP.

Sleep connection
September 1, 2020
Junk, does not work. Fake reviews saying how good it is, they delay the return so you cannot get it. Jamey calarco

Martin Rub September 17, 2020

THIS IS A SCAM!!!! DO NOT BUY!!!!

Doesn't work at all, just lights up!!

All options on their phone claims wait time of more than 10 minutes, but never answers!

SCAM!!!! SCAM!!!! SCAM!!! SCAM!!!

Terrible customer service - don't expect much if product it defective
June 6, 2020

The anti snore device they sent me was defective and did not function. It gave constant pulses from the time I put it on until the time I took it off without detecting snoring.

I asked for a refund, but they argued with me and wanted to just refund 20%. I Paid with PayPal and issued a PayPal dispute. I returned the device to Sleep connection, and 3 weeks latter I got a refund that did not include shipping either way. So I ended up paying for them to ship me a defective device and to ship it back to them.

Based on this and the previous review, Sleep connection is a scam on several levels. Do not purchase from them.

Ridiculous
May 20, 2020

I started a purchase of this to help my health. It said that the back was made out of gel and never said anything about needing anything more. But as I got into the order it said that there was electrodes that you would have to buy and replace often costing you up to $30 that might last you just 6 months. So you will always need to replace them. That is an additional expense!

What out for this rip off!!

I then backed out and didn't complete the order. Everything looked okay. The next day however I saw the order did go thru. I contacted them and they said sorry(what a lie) you will have to wait until your order arrives and then open the box put your info in it and then return it to us.

Rip off!!!

Don't get caught with this one.

On top of all of that if when they receive it they say is used you get nothing back... zero refund. You pay for shipping both ways and they just keep all your money!!!!

You have been warned DON'T fall for it.

Also if you do snore there is a health reason why it is called sleep apnea and guess what this thing if it did work WILL ONLY COVER UP YOUR HEALTH CONDITION CAUSING IT!

Don't get stuck like I did.

Remember I tried to save you.

JeromeSchindler November 16, 2022

One would think that the federal FTC and similar state agencies would go after companies that make these fraudulent claims. The old saying "if it sounds too good to be true . . ." applies here.