Nasal Strips can come off at night and end up in your sheets or hair. The adhesive often fails to stick to oily skin, sweat, or make-up. If one side of the adhesive fails, there's no tension to keep the airways open. On top of that, they generate a ton of waste and can hurt when you inevitably have to rip them off!
Sprays leave a bad taste in your mouth, and can cause nosebleeds and headaches. On top of that, it seems like you have to constantly huff the stuff to get some semblance of relief. Some sprays even have "trouble breathing" listed as a side effect. Isn't that the issue they're supposed to be fixing?
PerformAIR is flexible and springy, while being highly adjustable. It does a great job of retaining its outwards tension, no matter how many times it's adjusted. This means you can fine-tune the position and angles of the arms, legs, pads, and bridge in order to best open up your own unique nasal structure.