I read about Smart Nora some months ago and finally decided to bite the bullet and try it. I was told my snoring was impossible, and though I'm not sleeping with anyone right now, I didn't want it to become an issue in the future.
My son helped me set up Nora when it arrived, and I tried it that night, after installing a snoring app called SnoreLab, which tracks and even records your snoring so you can play it back. It also gives your snoring a number, so you can see how well you do.
The first night, my snoring was at 118. The second night, I was at 110. The third night, I was at 40, and the fourth night at 30! Regretfully, after that I took a long road trip and lent Nora to my ex-husband to try (he uses a CPAP machine and hates it, so I thought maybe I could help him out).
I didn't get the SmartNora back till more than a week later, and since then, it's been hard to get back to great sleep and less snoring, though I did have one night where my snoring actually registered zero on the snoring app! That was fantastic.
However, the one thing I've noticed is that no matter how high the number is, I almost never have 'epic-level' snoring anymore, whereas before Smart Nora I did it a lot. That in itself is a huge improvement; I'm hoping that eventually my snoring will go down to a lower level permanently. I already feel more energetic in the morning, which is well worth the price of the SmartNora right there!