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Sleep 360 Smart Bed

Hi, people ! What are you guys doing on this Sunday? Planning on sleeping all day? But sleeping would be useful only if your bed is comfortable enough! A smart bed would be perfect. Yes, a smart bed! The company Sleep Number brings you the Sleep number 360, the first smart bed ever!

We all have cold feet in the night in winters. So uncomfortable! But this smart bed combats with frosty toes too. It has built-in technology that warms the foot of the bed when your feet are cold! Pretty convenient right?! In addition to its foot-warming capabilities,  it has a couple more features:-

Sore-no-more: This smart bed reads biometric cues to detect if someone's snoring. If they are, the dual sided adjustable bed raises just the snorer's head to reduce the sound of the snoring.

Self-adjusting mattress: Your ideal mattress settings change according to your sleep position. So if you happen to switch from your back to side midsleep, the sleepIQ software should notice and deflate the mattress slightly to optimise your comfort.

There is a SleepIQ app for Android and IOS so that you can change the settings if you are not happy with automatic adjustments the bed makes. Also, you can check how well you slept the night before and how well you have been sleeping for the past week or month! The latest update adds the feature that enables the bed to detect if you are awake or asleep, offering more personalization. Example :-

10:30 p.m.    The sleeper receives a bedtime reminder via the SleepIQ app.

10:45 p.m.    Foot-warming feature automatically turns on in the smart adjustable base before the sleeper goes in the bed.

11:00 p.m.    The smart adjustable base adjusts to the sleeper's favourite position for reading in bed.

11:00 p.m.-7:30 a.m.    ResponsiveAir technology constantly senses movements and adjusts mattress comfort during the night.

1:00 a.m.    Partner begins to snore, smart adjustable bed raises their head.

4:30 a.m.    If a user gets out of the bed to check on a child or use the bathroom, under-bed lighting will automatically turn-on (lighting the way in the dark); then turn-off when they return to the bed.

7:15 a.m.    It knows what time the sleeper will like to wake up, and an alarm will sound when the are in their lightest stage of sleep during their desired wake up time window.

Having a smart bed is cool in this generation but it is not exactly a necessity. It has some pretty cool features but there will some drawbacks too so it is worth a try and you will be able to decide once you try it! You can also catch some visuals below ↓↓ BEWARE: more tech ahead !!!

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