Knightsbridge DUAL BAND Anti Snoring Chin Strap
Revolutionary DUAL BAND/Vertical Lift design. Patents pending. The most effective and comfortable anti-snoring chin strap on the market. We guarantee it!
Chosen “BEST CPAP CHIN STRAP” — 2020 Ultimate Buying Guide, CPAP.com.
Care And Materials
Cap Structural Interlining: 100% cotton
Cap Outer Net: 60% polyester, 40% cotton
Cap Inner Net: 100% polyester
Cap Grey Inner Trim: 80% cotton, 20% polyester
White Elastic Strap: 62% polyester, 38% latex
Blue Non-Elastic Strap: 90% cotton, 10% polyester
HAND WASH. HANG TO DRY.
WARNING: Contains Latex. Not recommended for those with latex allergies.
Dual Bands and Vertical Lift
REVOLUTIONARY PATENT PENDING DESIGN:
- Vertical lift works with the natural rotation of the jaw.
- Non-elastic blue band prevents jaw from lowering.
- Elastic white band provides gentle upwards force.
- Compound elastic-nonelastic force allows pressure to be minimized. Therefore comfortable and effective.
- Finally stop or reduce snoring or CPAP mouth leaks.
- Get the restful, restorative sleep you need!
3 Simple Steps To Fit
Put on head and adjust the rear size-adjustment strap. This keeps vertical bands secure through the night.
Attach non-elastic blue strap snugly to Velcro patch. Prevents jaw from lowering.
Add gentle upwards force with elastic white strap.
REVOLUTIONARY SUPERIOR DESIGN
Non-elastic blue band prevents jaw from lowering. Elastic white band provides gentle upwards force. Compound elastic-nonelastic force allows pressure to be minimized while still effective.
Bands lift from under jaw and attach at the temples to produce vertical force. (Unlike standard neoprene chin straps which wrap around the tip of the chin and push the jaw directly into the jaw joint.) Vertical lift works with the natural rotation of the jaw.
COMFORTABLE: Washable. Light, breathable net-mesh cap.
Traditional Chin Straps
Traditional chin straps come in two varieties, linear and split. Both work on the same principle. They are made of a single elastic material (usually neoprene) and wrap around the tip of the chin. Notice the orientation of the strap at the chin — it is oriented directly towards the ear. So the force applied by the strap is directed towards the ear.
This is a terrible design since the jaw joint is located just in front of the ear. Therefore, almost all the force is directed straight into the jaw joint. This is painful and ineffective since an upwards rotational force is needed, and long-term use can even cause damage to the joint. And almost none of the force is useful in rotating the jaw upwards. But traditional chin straps are cheap and easy to make, and people buy them.