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SnoreMasker® Pro Deluxe In-Ear White Noise Machine (1 Pair + FREE Memory Foam Ear Pillow!)

SnoreMasker® Pro Deluxe In-Ear White Noise Machine  (1 Pair + FREE Memory Foam Ear Pillow!)

Product Number: wscsnoremaskfppr-000
Mfg. Part No: SM2

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Current Price: $399.95


NOTE: The manufacturer has suspended sales of SnoreMasker Pro pending a technical upgrade, and as of June 21, they tell us they are not sure when they will once again be available. We hope to have them back in stock sometime in 2016. Our apologies for the long delay. Please let us know if you would like to be notified when they are once again available for purchase:

FREE Ultra Soft Memory Foam Pillow Included With Your Purchase Of a SnoreMasker Pro! ($19.95 Value!)

"SnoreMasker Pro is the Perfect Solution to Let You Sleep With a Snoring Bed Partner or Noisy Neighbors!"

If you have tried and failed to make the love of your life stop snoring and you still need relief, SnoreMasker Pro might be just the solution you are searching for. SnoreMasker Pro is a unique combination of an ear plug and an in-ear white noise machine.

As Featured in The New Yorker February, 2016.

How SnoreMasker Pro Works

SnoreMasker Pro with different sizes of Fit Tips

Each SnoreMasker Pro Earpiece is fitted with a soft poly-urethane foam tip. We use this material for our tips because poly-urethane foam is the best noise insulating material available. These soft foam ear tips block all kinds of noises, including snoring, the neighbor's TV, traffic noise, and other sounds, preventing most of the sound from entering your ear. If you have already tried foam earplugs, you know of course, that no ear plug can block all the noise you hear, especially loud snoring, and the foam tips on SnoreMasker Pro will not block all the noise either. What they will do is reduce the volume you hear by 20-25 dB, or by about 75%. SnoreMasker Pro then produces a gentle, soothing, white noise sound that will mask much of the remaining noise you can hear, giving you nearly total isolation from virtually all sound up to 70 dB, about the sound level of a loud alarm clock.

Why not just use a really great set of ear plugs?

That is a good question! To completely mask really loud snoring at 75 dB so that you cannot hear it at all, you would need to block 60 dB or more of sound if you have normal hearing, because normal hearing people begin to be able to hear sound at 15 dB (75-60=15). Here is the problem: Only about 33 dB of sound passes through the ear canal where the earplugs can block the sound. A great deal of sound travels around the ear canal, through the bones in your head, right to the eardrum, so even if you completely blocked your ear canals with ear plugs, you would still be able to clearly hear the loud snoring which would be reduced to about 42 dB (75-33=42), about the level of a quiet voice and still much too loud to comfortably sleep with. That is why ear plugs have not worked for you, and why no ear plug can do the job with really loud snoring.

To summarize the point: No ear plug alone will ever be able to adequately block really loud snoring. To solve the really loud snoring problem, the ear plugs need help.

The absolute threshold of human hearing is defined as 0 dB, and people with normal hearing can just begin to hear sound at 15 dB. A whisper is about 40 dB. A normal voice is about 55-65 dB, and really loud snoring can be as loud as 75 dB, with most snoring registering in the range of 50-70dB. Human hearing is remarkably acute under normal circumstances, and when your environment is really quiet, your hearing becomes even more sensitive.

Being able to hear very low sounds is tremendously helpful...unless you are trying to sleep!  As you lie awake in the dark quiet of your bedroom, you can hear the traffic off in the distance, the ticking of a clock, the dripping of a faucet, the breathing of your sleeping partner, or the muted sound of a TV playing somewhere in the building. Every night, millions of people sleep with a fan or an air purifier or radio or white noise machine running to mask these little noises in the night. Adding a soothing background noise to your environment helps you sleep in two ways. First it "de-tunes" your hearing so that it is not so acute. In the presence of any background noise, your mind automatically turns down the volume on your hearing so you cannot hear as well. This means that many of the small sounds that would be keeping you awake if it were very quiet in your room, are no longer heard. Second, the "white noise" sound from your fan or air purifier or radio or white noise machine drowns out, or "masks", some of the bothersome noises you would hear without that masking noise.

This is an important principle: Noise Masking works two ways; first by reducing the sensitivity of your hearing so you do not hear the bothersome noises as well, and second, by drowning out some or all of the bothersome noise that you can still hear.

Why not just use a masking noise?

Another good question! The physics of noise masking are such that masking is not perfect. In our tests, we have found that masking is typically about 30-50% effective, depending on the quality of the sound being masked. Because of the inefficiency of noise masking, an 80 dB masking sound (the maximum safe volume level for continuous exposure) will effectively mask about 24-40 dB of noise. To completely mask loud snoring at 75 dB would require from 150 to 250 dB of masking sound! That is obviously impractical because at 140 dB of volume, the sound is so loud that it causes physical pain and almost instantaneous, permanent, hearing damage.

So if you are suffering from loud snoring that hits 75 dB, by using the combination of the foam ear tips (20-25 dB) and the white noise masking sound (24-40 dB), your SnoreMasker Pros will reduce that really loud snoring by 44-65 dB, to an extremely quiet 10-26 dB, well below the volume of a low whisper.

By injecting a comfortable white noise masking sound directly into your ear canal on the inside of the barrier formed by the foam tips, your SnoreMasker Pro earpieces give you two more levels of defense against unwanted noise than you can get by using earplugs alone. The presence of the white noise masking sound inside your ear causes your hearing to be less acute so you cannot hear as well the noises coming into your ear, like the loud snoring beside you or the TV blaring from next door. The sound that passes through the foam tips or through the bones in your head right to your ear drum is then masked almost completely by the white noise the SnoreMasker Pro devices produce. Ordinary night sounds will disappear completely, and the loudest snoring will be reduced to a barely audible whisper, so faint that it will not wake you even during the portion of your sleep that is very light. You will hear the gentle, soothing, white noise masking sound, and because this sound is engineered to carry no information to your brain, your mind will tune it out, letting you sleep deeply and comfortably through the night even while your sleeping partner snores the night away.

What You Can Expect From SnoreMasker Pro

When your SnoreMasker Pro arrives, you will attach the foam Snap-Tips and install a battery into each earpiece, then insert each earpiece carefully into your ears and adjust the volume of white noise. At this point, assuming you have the correct size Snap-Tip attached and the devices are both deeply inserted into your ears, with the white noise masking sound turned up, you will be unable to hear most people talking in a normal voice. You will be able to faintly hear loud voices, though even those will be very muted and difficult to understand. You may still be able to hear "thumper" cars passing by outside and other very low bass sounds, the sort that are more felt than heard. You may be completely unable to hear your alarm or to hear your baby cry, and you need to test to make sure you can hear the danger signals in your life before you begin sleeping with your SnoreMasker Pros. If you need an alarm to wake you and you cannot adequately hear yours while wearing your SnoreMasker Pros, we suggest that you get a vibrating alarm clock which wakes you by vibrating your pillow or mattress rather than by making a noise.

When you first try using your SnoreMasker Pros to sleep with your snoring bed partner, you need to make sure he/she understands that you cannot hear them talking to you. Some people get mad, thinking their partner is just ignoring them. Because this is frequently such a sensitive topic we suggest that you encourage your sleeping partner to try your SnoreMasker Pros too, so they can fully appreciate and understand how profoundly the SnoreMasker Pros will reduce your ability to hear them speaking to you...or snoring beside you.

The assortment pack of Snap-Tips you receive with your SnoreMasker Pro will almost certainly contain a size of tip that will properly fit your ears, and the SnoreMasker Pro earpieces will almost certainly fit into your ear canals, but if you have any trouble on either count, our technical support personnel are here to help you find solutions including unusual sizes of Snap-Tips that may fit you better, or replacement full custom shells for your SnoreMasker Pro earpieces. These additional adaptive solutions are rarely needed, but we want you to know that we are here to help if you need us.

You may be disappointed to find that you can hear more sounds than you expected to be able to hear with your SnoreMasker Pro. That is a normal reaction. What most people want is perfect silence, or as one lady put it, "...artificial deafness!" Those who are blessed with normal hearing, unfortunately, can hear so well that it is impossible to safely eliminate your ability to hear all sound. What SnoreMasker Pro can do though is to safely eliminate almost all of the noise that is bothering you so you can get to sleep more easily, sleep more deeply, and stay asleep longer, without interruption from noises in the night, to finally get the rest you need for a happy and healthy life. As you would expect, of course, we guarantee that you will be satisfied with the performance of your SnoreMasker Pro. (See Our Return Policy for Details)

Facts About SnoreMasker Pro

SnoreMasker Pro is produced using the latest hearing aid technology usually only found in devices costing over $2,000, so you know it is well-made for years of daily service. SnoreMasker Pro features unique Unifit earpieces, each with its own battery and independent volume control. Each Unifit earpiece is designed to fit either ear, and will fit over 95% of all adults. The SnoreMasker Pro earpieces are extra small, to rest gently down inside your ear canal so that you can comfortably lie on either ear with no pain or discomfort. Each Unifit earpiece has a special Comply Snap-Tip connector point that lets you easily and securely attach a foam Snap-Tip. The Comply Foam Snap-Tips are made in three sizes so you can choose the size that fits you best, and SnoreMasker Pro ships with a Comply assortment pack that includes two pairs each of the small and average size Snap-Tips, plus one pair of the large size tips. Each foam Snap-Tip is removable and will need to be replaced after somewhere between 3-20 nights on average. Because the foam tips cannot be effectively cleaned, the tips will need periodic replacement, and the frequency of replacement will depend mainly on the rate at which your ears produce earwax, along with other factors that vary from person to person. Replacement Snap-Tips cost about $4 a pair. Batteries are standard size 10 hearing aid batteries available at most of our dealer sites, as well as at drug and discount stores, for less than $1 each. Each set of batteries will last up to 250 hours, depending on the volume at which the devices are used.

Each SnoreMasker Pro Package Includes All of the Following:

  • Two Unifit In-The-Canal White Noise Generators, each Fitted with a Comply Snap-Tip Attachment Point
  • Four Size 10 Hearing Aid Batteries (one battery is required for each earpiece)
  • Comply Snap-Tip Foam Assortment Pack (2 pairs small tips, 2 pairs average tips, and 1 pair large tips)
  • Deluxe Mirror Finish, Lined Metal Storage Box
  • Premium Earwax Removal and Battery Handling Tool
  • User Manual

SnoreMasker Pro Includes the Following Important Features:

  • Built-in battery compartment (fits standard size 10 hearing aid batteries, widely available everywhere)
  • Independent volume control (infinitely adjustable from 0 to a maximum volume of 80dB, a safe volume for continuous exposure to sound)
  • Unifit structure. Each device will fit either ear, and over 95% of all adults.
  • Built-in Comply Snap-Tip Attachment Point (receives the patented foam Comply Snap-Tips for excellent noise blocking, comfort and fit)
  • Maximum noise management up to 75 dB (we recommend a vibrating alarm clock as you may not be able to hear your alarm depending on the volume of white noise you choose)
  • 90 day factory warranty.

Warning: because SnoreMasker Pro is capable of blocking most incoming sounds it can prevent you from hearing smoke alarms and other emergency warning devices you may need to hear. Be sure to test your ability to hear these warnings before going to sleep with the SnoreMasker Pro in place.

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By Mishele
I purchased this item as a last-resort to mask my husband's ...
October 22, 2014
I purchased this item as a last-resort to mask my husband's snoring. Even custom ear-plugs weren't working. I may be a bit spoiled as the custom earplugs fit my ears so well, but I really had a difficult time finding a comfortable fit with these. My biggest complaint is with the foam inserts. After following all directions and carefully "clicking" them into place, I still had one fall into my ear-canal as I was pulling out the snore masker one morning. It ended up getting stuck in my ear and had to be removed by my doctor. After this painful experience, I'm a bit wary of using these again.
By Marsha
I wear these to mask the sound of my severe tinnitus, which ...
September 2, 2014
I wear these to mask the sound of my severe tinnitus, which they do. But, they don't do a very good job of blocking snoring or other sleep-interrupting external noises. My husband's soft snoring still wakes me at times. My BIG complaint is the insanely loud screaming noise they make when the battery runs out! It has forced me to change the batteries frequently (I do it weekly), wasting a lot of money. The alternative, if I wait a few days too long, is to be awakened and jolted out of bed at 2AM by the scream when the battery dies. It really is a product defect that should be corrected. [The low battery alarm has been removed, so they make no noise when the battery dies. --EPSS Staff.]
By Susan C.
While better than nothing, they're not as good as I...
June 23, 2014
While better than nothing, they're not as good as I expected. It's hard to form a seal with the foam pads, and unless the seal is perfect, the snoring comes through. I tried all the sizes of foam and took a long time experimenting, so I don't think it's possible to tightly seal. The white noise is soothing after you get used to it and is better than plain earplugs. If the cost had be maybe one third of what it was, I'd be happier.
By Kelli
Doesn't mask snoring all that well...
June 9, 2014
Doesn't mask snoring all that well...
By Linda
I am relatively happy with these for misophonia. I usually...
December 22, 2013
I am relatively happy with these for misophonia. I usually wear only one at a time bec otherwise I would not hear conversation. It does help a lot but the batteries don't last long and the high pitched squeal when the battery dies is horrible!! I assume this is for someone with hearing AIDS, after all the batteries are hearing aid batteries. Walgreen's batteries are not worth the price. They don't last very long at all. I am satisfied, as my other option for misophonia was $2,400 custom made sound generators. [The low battery alarm has been removed, so they make no noise when the battery dies. --EPSS Staff.]
By Amy B.
...I have to agree with a few of the more recent reviewers...
November 5, 2013
...I have to agree with a few of the more recent reviewers here. It does NOT mask my husband's low rumble snores. It is less noticeable than it was? Yes, definitely and they are much more pleasant to sleep in than the other ear plugs I was using. However, for $400, I would have hoped I wouldn't hear those dratted snores and snorts. My other beef is what happens when one of the batteries dies. Instead of just ceasing to work, it emits a very loud shriek before dying. Talk about alarming! Finally, one of mine is decidedly quieter than the other, even turned all the way up. No, there is no ear wax in it. I can't figure it out. I've been using these almost nightly since March 2013. I hope the price comes down somewhat or else I may not buy a replacement pair. [The low battery alarm has been removed, so they make no noise when the battery dies. --EPSS Staff.]
By steve
I've had these since the beginning of 2010 and finally one...
October 21, 2013
I've had these since the beginning of 2010 and finally one of the tips broke off when taking off a Snap Tip. Considering there is only a 90 day warranty, I would have to buy a new pair. However, I would only recommend these if you have light snorer. The white frequency range is well white noise and should actually be adjustable to a lower frequency... maybe pink noise would be better. These are great for sleeping and very comfortable but not really for blocking snoring.
By greg
I have to say I was expecting the snore-master pro deluxe...
August 28, 2013
I have to say I was expecting the snore-master pro deluxe to be more effective. The write-up compares the decibel level with snoring levels. The problem is that snoring is a very deep sound, and the white-noise of the snore-master is a higher frequency. So though it may be louder than the snoring, it doesn't block it. It might work if I turned up the volume really high, but that would be annoying to have such loud white noise right in my ears. Also, I have trouble adjusting the volume while it is in my ear. I have to remove it to adjust it, and do this several times until I get the volume I want. It might work for someone with smaller fingers or more dexterity.
By Julia S.
I just purchased the SnoreMasker Pro earplugs which are...
November 30, 2011
I just purchased the SnoreMasker Pro earplugs which are twice the price of Sleep-eze earplugs. I had two pairs of the Sleep-eze ear plugs for about 6 years (one to keep by my bed and one in the pre-packed suitcase). After 6 years, one pair finally stopped working so I had to decide to get another of the same or fork over a lot of money to "upgrade" to see if SnoreMasker at twice the price is twice as good. I am disappointed to say that they are not twice as good and would not buy them again when I need to replace a pair. However, they are better in SOME ways. SnoreMaster Pro: smaller than Sleep-Eze and therefore easier to sleep without any irritation/pain from pressing on your ear (if you're a side sleeper). Con: the white noise is not as loud as the Sleep-Eze. The bottom line, that means it is going to block less noise, which can make or break whether they are enough, depending on what you are blocking out. In my experience, the Sleep-eze are good for the blocking only the quietest, gentlest snoring and background sounds, so these SnoreMasker Pro's will only just barely do the same job, albeit much more comfortably. When I have much more significant sounds to block (someone who REALLY snores, or loud hotel rooms on vacation) I have to resort to the vastly less comfortable but MUCH louder sound-blocking capacity of the Sensorcom MicroBuds plugged into a white-noise machine with wires, which makes it that much more difficult to sleep because you're getting them twisted around your neck or arm etc. all night. But it's either block the noise or don't sleep at all, so I do what I have to do depending on the level of noise. If I had to quantify the sound blocking abilities that I employ, on a scale of 0-10 (0=no noise to 10=terrible snoring): --Any White Noise machine by itself sitting on the night stand: good for a nearly quiet apartment with occasional faint noise from talking neighbors. Level 2 blocking. --SnoreMasker Pro earplugs: good for sleeping with someone whose snoring is barely louder than heavy breathing. Level 3.5 blocking --SleepEze earplugs: good for the same, someone who snores barely above heavy breathing. Level 4.0 blocking --Sensorcom MicroBuds plugged into your preferred whitenoise machine: good for the loudest snoring companion - set to a "whitenoise" such as "thunder" or "night train" to mimic and block similar sounds. You might go deaf early but at least you'll be sleeping with your companion instead of separate beds or bedrooms. Level 10 blocking.
By Ellen B.
After a failed operation for sleep apnea, my husband and I...
February 21, 2011
After a failed operation for sleep apnea, my husband and I have had our own bedrooms for 15 years...these earplugs allow me to sleep without hearing him when we travel and have to share a room...I'm honestly amazed. Although they are not the most comfortable thing in the world to wear, they are bearable and for sure one thousand times better than laying there listening to him snore! Worth every penny...

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