#Gadgets: Eye mask promises to quiet snoring noise


Are you losing sleep because your spouse or partner is a loud snorer?

Introducing the Silent Partner SmartMask, an eye mask that quiets snoring noise by creating a silent zone around the person wearing it.

By using patented Active Noise Cancellation, the eye mask detects the unwanted snoring sound and generates a counter sound to suppress it, ultimately cancelling the snoring sound out.

The eye mask reduces snoring noise by 15 to 17 decibels and works as close as 20 centimeters away from the source of the unwanted noise.

With over $1.5 million raised on the Indiegogo platform, the inventors of SmartMask, have certainly tapped into a problem that many people suffer from.

The SmartMask is expected to be shipped out in October and retails from $99.



Susan Wong is the Editor of Capital Lifestyle, a resident photographer, an award-winning journalist, radio presenter, full-time adventurer, long-time admirer of anything edible, and a spicy food athlete at Capital FM.

  • buda

    the problem with tana has nothing to do with politics,the pokomos hate cushites and thats why u dnt usually see peoples of those communities associating with each other.pokomos hate cushitesbecause back in the 60s and 70s they were the source of insecurity on the pokomo side of tana pokomos were always fleeing frm attacks frm somalis and ormas thats why it was impossible in those day 2 see a big shop in pokomo villages.shops were always being raided by somali looking peoples with guns pokomos has 2 find a way 2 survive and bcause the attacks usually came frm peoples with cushitic features the whole pokomo community hated cushites thatswhy even buses usually used by cushites are shunned by pokomos its 4 the government 2 reconcile the communities in tana and tel them 2 forget what happened in the past.pokomos beleived they were made poor by those attacks it was near impossible to do business in pokomo villages in those days.

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