Posted by: admin in Uncategorized on November 30th, 2013

I had been finding the mouthpieces for the best price on Amazon for around $5 + shipping, however that seemed to dry up and the least expensive option I could find was around $10. Just today I did run across a new site that had mouthpieces for around $2 depending on the amount you purchased. The site seemed a little odd, but I was able to pay with PayPal, so I felt reassured that I wasn’t going to risk anything making the purchase. The other nice thing is that they had a free shipping option. I decided to order 3 mouthpieces to try out. Here’s a picture of the mouthpiece:


The site I found it on was called which means something like “best bang for your buck” so I’m thinking it must be some Chinese retailer perhaps?  Anyway here’s the link I used and I’ll try to put up a post after I receive them and give them a try.


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3 Responses to “New source for cheap mouthpieces”

  1. antoine says:


    I was reading your blog and was wondering which mouthpiece exactly you recommand. I looked on Amazon and all I could find were mouth piece for bruxism in the price range you mentioned. Is this what you are using? like thisone :
    thank you for your help

  2. admin says:

    Hi Antoine, I don’t think that mouthpiece will work. The reason is that you need to have a mouthpiece that maintains the position of your lower and upper teeth such that your lower jaw is forced to be extended a little bit. In doing so, that will pull the back part of your tongue forward and cause your airway to be more open. The mouthpiece you linked to is only for preventing you from gritting your teeth together at night, etc.

  3. admin says:

    Here’s one on amazon I just saw that seemed reasonable.

    An update to this original post. The ones from Banggood were slightly small, so I don’t necessarily think they fit my mouth the best. The link above for Amazon definitely looks to be the same size as I originally used and prefer. (at least in my case)

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