• 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Unreliable - don't buy it

    Once upon a time, I loved my Beddit sleep tracker. I'm not sure what happened, but after a few months having the Beddit 3, it became eradicate and then stopped tracking sleep period. Now that Apple has acquired then, support is a pain in the rear and ultimately nonexistent. Bravo Apple. I trashed mine and am trying competitors' products...

    3 of 3 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    The 2 Was Better

    I had the beddit 2 tracker for over a year and I never had an issue with it. Sure it's sleep detect algorithm wasn't the best, but it worked otherwise. They then forced me to upgrade to the beddit 3, and in less than 8 months it's broken and won't track heart rate anymore. The build quality of this version is awful and it moves WAY too easily. I have to re-position it nearly every other night. If the beddit 2 still worked I'd recommend that, but I can't for the 3.

    11 of 11 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Multiple units all broke down after a few months

    I’ve had four of these sensors, and every one of them broke down after 4-6 months. Supposedly, I’m leaving the bed multiple times each night, when in fact I’m not getting out of bed at all. Also, the heart rate varies wildly, which is not accurate either. I’m getting much better data from my Fitbit. Definitely not with the price.

    9 of 9 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    terrible-- failed in about 8 months

    Avoid- Fitbit is much better. This device stopped reading my sleep accurately after about 8 months. Much better products on the market avoid

    12 of 12 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Great device until it's not.

    I’ve had 2 of these. They both worked well but only lasted 2-3 months and then failed in exactly the same way. The heart rate monitor begins to produce intermittent results and then completely quits (see other reviews). Save your documentation-Apple will be happy to keep replacing them for you. If you’ve purchased the Android version of this device, you can get a refund. For the IOS version, they’ll just keep replacing it. Great device if you’re OK with the short useful life and don’t mind dealing with Apple support every 3 months.

    12 of 12 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent Service - Poorly Made Product

    I posted a lengthy review that has, for some reason, been removed after being marked as useful by many (looking at you Apple). Briefly, the device tends to work well at first and then goes through a consistent failure sequence starting with the heart rate monitor. Customer service was great and clearly was aware that they had a problem with defective units. Sadly, both replacements went through the same failures. Really wanted this to work but it’s just not a solid product.

    68 of 69 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Fantastic! Love my sleep monitor.

    This device has really improved my overall sleep quality. Giving me a daily rating of my sleep quality has helped me understand which factors positively and negatively impact my sleep. Really love this thing, total life upgrade.

    5 of 6 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Works flawlessly and unnoticeably

    Set up was very easy: place it on the bed, open the app and answer a few questions.

    One concern was being able to feel it under the sheet, but I'm unable to tell it's there while lying down. If you run your hand across it you can easily feel it, but with backs and sides being far wider and less sensitive than fingers it's not bothersome at all.

    While setting it up there's a test screen to see if the sensors are all working correctly. You can see your heart rate, breathing, and rolling activity as you move around. I assume the rolling activity helps determine your sleep stage, which is better than trying to infer that from breathing and pulse alone.

    The app is pretty well designed and easy to use. It nicely presents the stats for each night's sleep, including a graph of your sleep state (from light to deep) throughout the night. This graph is probably the most interesting result. It also shows your awake and snoring times. I kinda of which it had some lines or alternating colors to more clearly delineate the hours. As it is it's kind of an approximate thing where telling what happened when has about an hour granularity to it. (Partly because there's no indication on the hour labels where the hour being marked starts. At the beginning, middle, or end of the label?)

    The only criticism I have so far is that it counts being half to mostly awake in the morning as light sleeping. I guess my moving and breathing then isn't different enough for it to tell I'm not really asleep. Oddly though it doesn't have that problem while going to sleep. It seems pretty accurate at that.

    Overall this should be helpful in determining how you're sleeping and the nature of the problem if you have one.

    6 of 6 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Good device

    We have had 2 sensor quite a long time and have been very happy with them.
    Best device for this purpose.
    Second device broke after few months and was quikly replaced for free, no problems after that.

    29 of 32 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Keeps Breaking

    This is a great concept and it works perfectly for about 3 to 6 months. Then the mattress sensor goes bad. The first time it died, I called Apple and they replaced it quickly. The second sensor didn’t make 3 months. I think there is some problem with the design, because reviews on Amazon frequently mention the same thing.

    92 of 94 people found this useful