I use a FFM, but out of curiosity, I went to the website. (Not allowed to post that website here.)
Anyway, the nasal "puffs", as they call them, are not held to your nose by headgear, but rather by a support attached to a mouthpiece. The idea is that headgear is not needed, thus more comfortable than current devices.
I don't know if anyone has tried these, but if not, I am sure a someone will eventually show up here on the forum that has.
They also claim it help mouth breathers keep their mouth closed. Being an incorrigible mouth breather, I am skeptical.
There is no price given on the website, only that for 9.95 USD it is available for a 30 day trial.
If you are considering trying this, be advised it is available from other suppliers, probably at a much better price than the one on television. It is called the CPAP Pro.