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Beddit Review: A Sleep Tracker You Don’t Wear!

Recently, while wandering through the Apple store, I came across some fitness devices. I didn’t need the jump rope, or the scale, or the other fitness stuff, but a sleep tracker caught my eye. One thing I enjoyed tracking was my sleep. I used to track it often with the Microsoft Band when I had that, but the Apple Watch lasts about 2 days, so I usually turn it off at night, and charge every other night.¬†Enter Beddit.

This tracker is a little piece of fabric loaded with sensors that goes under your sheet, and you lay on it just like normal. I can’t even tell it’s there. It has little rubber pads underneath to prevent it from sliding around as you move at night. It can also tell if you’re snoring with the microphone.

You can roll around, sleep on front, back side. It works with 1 or 2 people. It’s really neat!

These devices are ~150 and can be purchased on Amazon (currently sold out) or like I did, on the Apple website or in a store.

Beddit Tracking

Here, it is tracking my heart rate, respiratory rate, and my movement. All of these combined can give a good picture of how good my sleep is.

 

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Beddit-Live Tracking

 

When you head to bed, just hit “sleep”. When you wake up, you’ll see these neat little facts about your sleep that night.

Notice in the 3rd image, you can create various tags. Over time, you can develop more trends. I can see times I woke up with a headache, or took melatonin before bed, had a nightmare, etc.

Apple Health Integration

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Beddit Apple Health Integration

 

Smart Alarm

One really great feature is the “smart alarm”. This feature can wake you up early (GASP!), if it detects you’re in a light state of sleep, and would feel better waking up then, up to 30 minutes early. If you are woken from a deep sleep, you may feel more tired than if you are woken up, earlier, from a light sleep.

 

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Beddit Smart Alarm

 

 

Beddit 3 Sleep Tracker, White, One Size


Features: Ultra thin, soft & flat sensor placed atop your mattress and hidden under your Sheet nothing to wear, it works in every bed, with 1 or 2 people, Measures sleep, heart RATE, breathing, snoring and bedroom environment (temp & humidity) accurately and continuously during the night, Tracking starts automatically when you Go to bed, no app to open or buttons to press, powered by a USB power Adapter their is nothing to charge, View all results in the iOS app, including sleep Score, sleep time, sleep efficiency, sleep Cycles, time to Fall asleep, resting heart RATE, breathing, snoring and more, Tag your results and learn why you sleep well and why not, adjust your routines, see the results in trends, make good sleep a habit

The Beddit 3 is a sleep tracker you don’t have to wear. Place the ultra-thin, soft & flat sensor atop your mattress and under your sheet. Plug it into a wall outlet, and it’s always ready to go. The Beddit 3 sleep tracker works in every bed and once installed, there is nothing to wear or Charge. Every night, Beddit 3 automatically starts measuring your sleep, heart rate, breathing, snoring, and bedroom environment, giving you the full picture of the night. In the morning you get a comprehensive and easy to understand overview of your night in the Beddit iOS app. Are you getting enough deep sleep does it take you long to fall asleep you waking up during the night do you Snore, and so on. Why guess when you can know what we do during the day affects our sleep and recovery at night. With Beddit 3 you get the personal insights you need to make good sleep a habit. Add a tag to every night’s results and find out why you are sleeping well and why not. Adjust your routines and see how your results improve in trends.
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Brandon Sullivan

I am an entrepreneur, meteorologist and storm chaser. I travel and take captivating photos and videos across the world. If I'm not chasing, I'm at the gym. All opinions are my own and do not represent my employers or investments.

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