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OFFER DETAILS

With your order, you will be able to try ZQuiet for 30 days. The 30-day trial begins once you receive your ZQuiet. You pay only $9.95 today and that includes the shipping and processing ($9.95 S&P fee is non-refundable). Your shipment will include the ZQuiet 2-Step Comfort System, travel case and instructions for how to use ZQuiet to treat your snoring. If you are satisfied with your purchase, simply do nothing and 35 days following the shipment of your ZQuiet, the credit card used for today’s order will be charged a one-time fee of $79.95. If you are unsatisfied for ANY reason whatsoever, simply ship back your ZQuiet within 30 days and you will not be charged another dime!

ZQuietCanada.com ONLY ships to Canadian addresses. Return shipping fees are the buyers responsibility. Absolutely NO exceptions.

RETURNS

To return your ZQuiet, simply email us at info@zquietcanada.com within your 30-day trial period to request a return merchandise authorization (RMA) number. We’ll get back to you with the return address, an RMA number and instructions on processing your return within 24 business hours.

Return Requests are handled exclusively through email – we can NOT provide an RMA number or process returns by phone.

PLEASE NOTE

Results may vary. ZQuiet® helps most adult users with simple snoring. Some may still experience snoring due to other conditions.

ZQuiet is NOT suitable for individuals who have loose teeth, severe dental diseases including advanced periodontal disease, wear dentures or braces, have temporal-mandibular disorder, suffer from sleep apnea, suffer from severe respiratory disorders like asthma or emphysema or those that suffer from jaw problems.

ZQuiet is for adult use only (age 18 years and up). Keep out of reach of children.

Consult your dentist or dental professional before using ZQuiet.

WARNINGS

Usage of ZQuiet may cause:

  • Tooth movement or changes in dental occlusion
  • Gingival or dental soreness
  • Pain or soreness to the temporomandibular joint
  • Obstruction of oral breathing
  • Excessive salivation