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Miracle Cure: Silence Your Snoring With This $57 Smart Mask

posted by Mark Myerson - 5.17.21

For many people, snoring is a natural part of sleeping. However, while you are busy catching some shut-eye, your poor partner and other people around you will probably be lying awake. Not to mention, your snoring may be a sign of more serious, underlying health issues. 

The VVFLY Smart Snore Eye Mask offers a very advanced solution to this problem. The mask detects snoring and uses subtle vibrations to encourage your throat muscles to adjust. It has received some great reviews, and Hannity viewers can get the mask today for just $56.95 — that is 42% off MSRP.

Quite apart from the problems that it causes for other people, snoring may be negatively affecting your sleep. The sound is caused by a restriction of the airways in your nose and throat. The constant struggle for air prevents you ever reaching a deep sleep.

The VVFLY Smart Snore Mask solves both problems instantly. Designed to be worn overnight, this device uses bone conduction sensors to detect your snoring. When you start making a noise, the mask releases subtle vibrations.

This minor disturbance encourages you to adjust the muscles in your throat, meaning you are less likely to snore. However, the vibrations aren’t strong enough to wake you up. As a result, you should get a better night’s sleep — along with your partner.

The mask is super comfortable to wear, and it blocks out most light. You can enter the standard mode with a single button press, while the companion app offers sleep insights.

Trend Hunter called it, “one of the more advanced options…for eliminating the night-time annoyance,” while Gadgetsin remarks, “Its portable design makes it a nice travel gadget for snorers.”

Order today for just $56.95 to get the VVFLY mask, normally priced at $99.

 

VVFLY Smart Snore Eye Mask – $56.95

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Keep Your Home Fresh With This $45 Odor-Eating Device, Inspired by NASA

posted by Mark Myerson - 3.17.21

Air freshener is usually kinder on the senses than smelly shoes are. However, these scents only mask unwanted odors.

VentiFresh ECO is a device that actually captures and destroys bad smells, using NASA-inspired technology. It normally retails for $72, but you can grab it today for just $44.99 in a special deal for Hannity viewers.

In space, no-one can hear you scream. You can’t easily avoid bad odor, either. For this reason, NASA developed technology to keep the International Space Station smelling fresh.

You can find the same photocatalyst technology inside VentiFresh ECO. This innovative device is small enough to be placed anywhere, yet powerful enough to keep your entire home free from foul fragrance.

It works by grabbing the particles that we perceive as odor. A UV catalyst core then decomposes these particles through natural photosynthesis. With the VentiFresh ECO, you’re not hiding bad smells — they are truly gone forever. 

The device works on pretty much any household odor you can name. You can place it next to problem areas,  including diaper bins, cat litter trays, shoe cabinets, and refrigerators. It measures just 2.48 x 2 inches, and it takes power from any USB outlet. 

VentiFresh ECO was funded to 388% on Indiegogo, and Engadget calls it, “A sure shot solution to make the home environment odor-free.” 

Excited about the tech aspect? So are the folks at E27: “It’s like having a piece of the International Space Station right in your home.”

Order today for just $44.99 to add this impressive gadget to your home, and save 37% on the MSRP. 

More than one problem area? You can grab a VentiFresh ECO two-pack for $85.99, which is $58 off the retail price.

 

VentiFresh ECO: Next Generation Odor Eliminator – $44.99

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Become a Certified Project Manager With 60% off This PMP Course

posted by Mark Myerson - 5.12.21

Project management is a lucrative career path that is open to anyone, no matter what company you work for. All you need is the right certification on your résumé to impress current and potential employers, and you can find work in almost any industry.

One of the most popular certifications is Project Management Professional (PMP), and The Accredited PMP Exam Prep Course helps you prepare for two of the most highly-respected exams, with expert video training and over 1,500 practice questions. The best part? It comes with a pass guarantee. 

The course is normally priced at $499, but Hannity viewers can get one year of access today for just $199 — that is 60% off!

In the world of project management, PMP certification is a big deal. According to a survey conducted by the Project Management Institute, the average salary for non-certified professionals was just over $100,000 a year. For PMP-certified individuals, the figure increased to $123,000 a year.

To help you get this huge pay raise, the Accredited PMP Exam Prep Course offers 35 hours of comprehensive training. The lessons cover everything you will find in the Project Management Body of Knowledge — the premier guide for modern project management.

The course also offers memory hacks and exam tips, helping you reach a passing grade in just six weeks. If you want to take longer, you also have that option. With a 100% pass guarantee, there is no pressure to rush your preparation into a short amount of time. 

With this one-year subscription, you can access the course 24/7 on desktop and mobile devices, including all the practice questions. 

Order today for just $199 to start your journey in project management and save $300 on the training.

 

The Accredited PMP Exam Prep Course: 1-Yr Subscription – $199

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