SnorePro? Are there actually people who are professional snorers? If there are, this wrist-mounted snore detector-punisher is a must-have in the pro snoring toolkit. Not only does the SnorePro SP600 know when you're buzzing away — it sends a mild electric shock to get you to stop. It even has a built-in snore counter. The point of all this: to train snorers to knock it off, courtesy of biofeedback.
There's no pricing announced yet, and the product site says SnorePro is "coming soon." It looks a lot like another snore-stopper we showed you a while ago, priced between $50 and $90, so this one should be similarly priced.
By far the SnorePro's best feature is its snore-recording, great for catching that prim sleeping-beauty wife who insists she's never snored in her life. For years, I've been threatening to record — or even take video — as proof of her nocturnal cacophony. With SnorePro, a recording of such racket can be obtained effortlessly, making it easier to convince her to enter the next big pro snoring tournament.