• 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Beddit is an awesome sleep tracker

    I have used the Beddit tracker all the way from the original through to the latest incarnation. Though the earlier versions had a thinner strip it was fiddly to re-apply tape if moved and the 'electronics' generally had to sit on the bed with the strip to ensure it worked reliably. The new version has a thicker strip and it's actually more comfortable, not had any problems with it and it's records sleep and breathing/etc very well along with the app which give insights into how you slept.


    8 of 8 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Simply the best out there

    I have tried many different sleep devices and found the Beddit to be the most accurate and simply believable. I've recently upgraded from a Beddit 2 to a Beddit 3 device for some of the extra benefits - the main one for me is portability. Since using my Beddit 2 (smart) device) it has definitely motivated me to be healthier. I loved the fact that it can measure (estimate) of the time you are snoring. Loosing some weight for me simply cured it. I love the fact that it measures both respiration and HR simultaneously. I believe the deep and light sleep graphs more than other devices because I think they might be using something like Heart rate variability (HVR) and respiratory rate variability. You can actually extract HVR from their companion website by downloading the data from a spreadsheet. If you really care about your sleep data (and you're a data nerd like me) then look no further. I'm hoping they would make HVR more easily accessible and displayable in a future app update. I also love that this device gets regular software updates and I can see some further improvement in that regards.

    8 of 8 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great product!

    Really good product, very satisfying in every aspect. The sensor is unnoticeable under the sheets and the app is very intuitive.

    7 of 7 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Quite nice improvements from Beddit 2 to Beddit 3

    I use Beddit almost 2 years now. Version 2 was already quite accurate with recording of the sleep data and the representation in the app was easy to read and interpret. At that time the original sensor was covering only 3/4rd of the mattress and also have to be "duct-taped" onto the mattress. Biggest negative point at that time was the bluetooth sender at the end of the sensor, directly at the edge of the bed. Every morning you found it right under your leg or knee when getting up and swing your legs out of bed. But aside that, the product was working flawless.
    Beddit 3 has become so much better now. You now just lay the new designed sensor onto the mattress - no taping any more. Also it covers the whole width of the mattress now. The biggest Plus of the new design: The bluetooth sender is now at the end of the cable where the power plug is, so it does not land anymore under your leg/knee when getting up. Besides the hardware Beddit is continuously improving the software. The parameters becoming better and more and more accurate with each version. Also improving is the GUI, to make the sleep data easier to read and analyze. There are now even history statistics, so you can quickly see your sleep improvements.
    Thank you Beddit

    9 of 9 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Perfect for monitoring your sleep habits.

    The Beddit 3 sleep tracker is really great. It was simple to set up, jut put it on your mattress at chest height and plug it in, connect with your Beddit app and off you go. The detail of information is very good, but it is also easy to check things at a glance. It shows you your different levels of sleep, your heart rate, breathing rate, temperature and humidity of the room. And it can detect snoring with the app. The automatic sleep detection is very useful, you don't have to remember anything when you go to bed. Just hop in and fall to sleep.

    62 of 64 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Big improvement over Beddit 2

    I had a Bedd it 2 for a while. I liked the app, and it was great not having to wear anything while sleeping. However, the adhesive on the beddit 2’s sensor eventually started losing its tackiness. When I saw that the Beddit 3 no longer used adhesive with its sensor, it was an instant buy for me. I have been using it for a month now and love it.

    64 of 67 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Suitable for my wide bed

    I have used Withings Aura since it's release but it is not suitable in wide beds - sensor of Aura stops recording
    Beddit 3 is a great improvement as the sensor does not have any bulky transmitter attached. So the sensor can be place in the middle of my bed.
    The application is great - except for automatic recording that does not work (yet?). I tested automatic recording on last two sw, but the result was 0 recorded sleeping time. But its not a big problem to start/stop recording manually.
    On one night Beddit app even reported the snoring of my dog (Beddit reported it as mild snoring, although I find it occasionally heavy.

    16 of 18 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Checks every box

    What it gives you:
    - Automatic measurement: just put it in your bed and sleep on it. Nothing to wear. The app does all the rest. No hassles. Can't notice the sensor beneath you.
    - Lots of vital information: Heart rate, breathing, snoring, sleep, restless sleep, away from bed, sleep score for quality, bedroom temperature and environment, trend views of 7, 30, 90 days. Again, all without having to wear anything.
    - a sleep diary and sleep quality scoring function called NOTES. Connects your behaviors to your sleep results. I'm laying off the bedtime wine!
    - A Sleep Report is coming soon. Gives you more information, including sleep breathing events, that you can show your doctor or share with a sleep expert in a tele-health consultation.
    - Peace of mind! So nice to know how much or how little I actually slept when I'm struggling with insomnia.
    - works with two in a bed
    - clean and nice to use UI
    - Great support team - answer questions thoroughly within a day, and do so in a tone assuming you're actually an intelligent and important person
    - Sleep tips: can be surprisingly helpful, even soothing with tips on stress management and whatnot
    - Sleep staging: Light and deep. For some, the lack of REM is a problem, but these guys are honest about why it's not there: anyone who claims to know REM without using wearable brainwave sensors on the scalp is being disingenuous. This could be considered something missing, but that might be a more pessimistic attitude.
    - Smart alarm. I don't personally like this on the week days so much, but it has been nice on weekends to get up refreshed from a light stage of sleep when I allow for an extra hour or two of sleep than on a weekday.
    - Health Kit sync

    What's missing
    - No HRV in the app.
    - No REM - but see above, this is not a bad thing
    - A silent vibrating alarm option
    - Access to raw data for an individual

    14 of 14 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    It works!

    I use this in conjunction with a CPAP and have found it to be quite accurate. My sleep quality always registers higher when I use my CPAP vs when I don't. Also, not having one more thing to wear while I'm asleep is a huge bonus.

    78 of 86 people found this useful