When I stumbled across the Nora Smart Snoring Solution on Facebook last fall, I was a skeptic. Both my wife and I had slept in separate rooms for the last year, and I honestly didn't expect this to ever change.
For some reason, I clicked on the ad, watched the video and slowly started to buy into the idea: no sleep masks, nose apparatus things, etc. A microphone detects snoring activity and gently raises and adjusts your head and bingo, problem solved. It sounded almost too easy, but also was the only solution that logically seemed to make real sense.
Pricewise, it's more expensive than the other solutions on the market, but with a 30-day money back guarantee, I was ready to give it a try (more out of curiosity than anything else).
Nora arrived the second week of January. After being awakened for the first several days occasionally by having my head gently adjusted up and then down, I found that a week later, I was not waking up to my own snoring anymore.
Then came the big test. I told my wife about it, and she agreed to try one night. Well, it's almost a month later, and we are still sleeping in the same room (and her without earplugs).
I can't speak highly enough about this product. Is $300 NOT worth sleeping comfortably in the same bed with your spouse or partner? If you snore (who doesn't?), this is a minor financial investment that will become a major investment in your relationship.
Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend