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Ich bin mit dem Mundschutz sehr zufrieden. Fast alle aus meinem Lacrosse-Team haben diesen Mundschutz, da man ihn sehr gut anpassen kann, er dünn ist, man sehr gut mit ihm sprechen und auch trinken kann.
Facile a mouler et confortable, au point ou, après 2h d'entrainement, sans problème pour parler ou boire, j'ai oublié de l'enlever, jusqu’à ce que je remarque le regard perplexe de mon interlocuteur. Petit conseil - j'aurais peut-être du le prendre dans une autre couleur. Le rose, une fois moulé, on le confond vite avec un chewing gum mâché, et ça serait dommage qu'il finisse a la poubelle.
I don’t know how anyone gave this thing a positive review, it’s quite possibly the dumbest and poorest designed product I’ve ever seen. Does not mold to mouth correctly. There is not enough material to mold it effectively and there is not enough material to enable this to provide any reasonable protection whether playing sports or using as a bite guard while sleeping. You might as well shape a large wad of gum into a mouth guard shape...you’d get the same result, and prob more comfortable. This is garbage and shouldn’t be allowed to be sold.
I play rugby was constantly gagging on a mouth guard I bought at a sporting good store so I tried this one and it's amazing. It did take several times of reheating to get it to fit right however, I wore it an entire match and didn't notice it, could talk, drink, with no problem. Glad I switched.
I love this mouthguard. I've been playing roller derby for a little while, two seasons back in college and on my second season with a new team now. I've used Sisu mouthguards since they were ProDent, and I would never use another.
Molding can be a task, but once you get the hang of it, you'll be able to do it pretty quickly. These guards are light, thin, and let you talk/breathe/drink without having to remove them.
The reason I chose to come write a review, though, is that I've experienced firsthand the protection they offer. In my last bout of last season, I got slammed right in the mouth by another skater's helmet, and not necessarily by "accident" so much as poor timing (roller derby can be rough, folks). My bottom teeth went right through my upper lip, and my jaw hurt for days. It hurt so bad, I was afraid to take my mouth guard out for fear of pulling out one of my front teeth with it. But I'm happy to say that nothing of the sort happened. Teeth were intact, and I walked away with only a very mild headache. Trust me, both things would have been MUCH worse if I hadn't been wearing this mouthguard. I could actually feel the distribution of impact in the soreness in my jaw.
So for anyone who is worried about taking actual impact with this mouthguard, don't be. It does exactly what it's supposed to do, and more comfortably.
Tricky if you have a bigger or smaller jaw. There are areas your back teeth are supposed to line up with but I found my mouth shape did not quit meatch. Some of my back teeth are not covered but everything is otherwise protected and I have been playing roller derby for over 5 years and I own two of these. This is a hard mouthguard, not remotely soft nor is it meant to be soft. I love being able to talk and drink without having to remove it, but if you acidentally have you toungue out and you fall, it's a painful experience when you accidentally bite your toungue, cheek or lip.
I have crooked teeth and it took me six or seven times of heating and reheating, trying to line up the bite guard correctly. Nothing wrong with the design or the instructions just having a malocclusion makes it much more work to get correctly done. Now that I gave it done the best I could get it fits pretty comfortably. I can speak clearly and drink without having to pop it out as I refuse to touch the guard and put it back in mouth if I had filthy hand from rolling(BJJ).