Beddit Sleep Monitor

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  • Overview

    Beddit Sleep Monitor automatically tracks your sleep and works with the Beddit app on your iPhone to help measure, manage, and improve your sleep. The sensor strip is extremely thin, flat, and soft — at 2 millimeters thin, you won’t even notice it’s there. With automatic and accurate tracking, you get a full picture of your night by measuring sleep time, heart rate, breathing, snoring,* and bedroom temperature and humidity. And when you set daily bedtime and sleep time goals, Beddit motivates you to achieve them with tip notifications like morning results, bedtime reminders, and weekly reports.

    This product requires the Beddit (for Model 3.5) app, which is available only in English.

    Learn more at beddit.com

    Highlights

    Automatically measures sleep time, heart rate, breathing, snoring,* and bedroom temperature and humidity

    Extremely thin, flat, and soft sensor strip –– at 2 millimeters thin, you won’t even notice it’s there

    No wearable necessary

    Works on any size mattress, and with one or two people in the bed**

    Sleep analysis, heart rate, and respiratory data are also stored in the Health app on your iPhone

    Receive sleep report notifications, bedtime reminders, and nudges on your Apple Watch

    What’s in the Box

    Beddit Sleep Monitor (Model 3.5)

    USB power adapter

    User guide

    Tech Specs

    0.8 in./2 mm

    2.56 in./65 mm

    3.9 oz./110 g

    System Requirements

    Requires iOS 12 or later

  • iPhone Models

    iPad Models

  • 2.5 Average
    2 out of 5 stars
    Number of stars Percentage Number of reviews
    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Wanted to love, but dissapointed with features and accuracy

      I was excited for this product but unfortunately I cannot recommend it at all. Firstly, this new version of the device has removed many features including the i I was excited for this product but unfortunately I cannot recommend it at all. Firstly, this new version of the device has removed many features including the information on what kind if sleep you are getting throughout the night (light seleep, deep sleep, restless sleep), the smart alarm and the overall sleep score. Pretty much the only information it gives you is time sleeping and time awake in a small graph with almost no detail (i.e. what times you were up). Secondly it's just wildly innacurate. It seems to think if you are lying still you are asleep. I was up for a period of two hours in the middle of the night trying to get back to sleep, including spending a half hour reading a kindle, but to my surprise the next morning the app showed I was "asleep" the whole night having only been awake for 14 minutes. Sadly I'll be returning this item.

      • Written by Alex O from Brooklyn

      146 of 176 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Wanted to love, but dissapointed with features and accuracy

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      I love this device!

      I have tried a number of sleep monitors over the years and this is by far the best. It appears to me far more insightful about periods of wakefulness and sleep I have tried a number of sleep monitors over the years and this is by far the best. It appears to me far more insightful about periods of wakefulness and sleep. This is displayed in beautiful infographics each morning explaining when I woke in the night, my heart rate, humidity and temperature of the room, and so much more. I had waited after Apple bought the company to see if they would continue to make new beddit monitors, and once they released the 3.5 device I placed an order. Also, one small concern i had was whether the device would “stick” or wander under the sheet but it stays put. I am a fairly active sleeper too. If your sleep cycle feels opaque and you are looking for some insight the beddit is the way to go in my opinion. The device only has one “utility”, true, but it really does do it well.

      • Written by Robert D from Miramar Beach

      58 of 66 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?I love this device!

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Awesome investment for sleep indicator

      I've been using this version, and the one before it, for years now. I don't always follow it's advice and honestly somedays knowing that I'm monitoring my sleep I've been using this version, and the one before it, for years now. I don't always follow it's advice and honestly somedays knowing that I'm monitoring my sleep actually stresses me out if I wake up while turning over. That being said, this is an awesome investment for a simple reason: You can, in seconds, find out if lack of sleep is negatively affecting your life. I use the app as kind of a yard stick, if it's been a few days with bad scores I'll do what I have to do to get some 7 - 8 hour nights in. Though, I do feel like adding sleep time is the best way to increase the score, which basically makes sense. I love the smart alarm but be careful! You need to make sure the volume is up on the alarm screen of the app otherwise it may not wake you up!!

      • Written by Brian H from Singapore

      33 of 40 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Awesome investment for sleep indicator

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Disapointing

      I've been using this for 30 days which means it's unfortunately too late to return it. The app tracks my sleep but definitely records me as being asleep duri I've been using this for 30 days which means it's unfortunately too late to return it. The app tracks my sleep but definitely records me as being asleep during times which I'm awake. It also misses a lot of my snoring according to my wife. Often times I have to force quit the app to get my AirPods to connect. Then restart it. I call this the Beddit dance. Sometimes it crashes over night and then it gives me a snarky message that I need to not quit the app in order to record my sleep.

      • Written by Eric H from San diego

      13 of 15 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Disapointing

    • 4.0 out of 5 stars

      Works wel, not very integrated in apple ecosystem

      Bought two right after the 3.5 was released and it works very well. We both have iphone6s and a Apple Watch (series 2 and series 4) Having a occupancy and Bought two right after the 3.5 was released and it works very well. We both have iphone6s and a Apple Watch (series 2 and series 4) Having a occupancy and sleep sensor on apple devices should really allow for HomeKit integration and I do not really understand why it is not there. It would be really nice if there would be some sort of integration like getting the status in the shortcuts app and trigger scenes “in bed” and “asleep”. Since apple owns Beddit I would expect that the dev team is told to support the entire Apple eco system. At the moment I have an esp8266 with piëzo weight sensors under the feet of the bed, and home brew HomeKit integration, this does give occupancy but not sleep. So 4 stars from me

      • Written by Martijn M from PIJNACKER

      1 of 3 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Works wel, not very integrated in apple ecosystem

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Terrible Now - But It Used To Work

      NO LONGER WORKS THANKS TO TERRIBLE APP UPDATE. I have one of the older models and it used to work with a high level of accuracy. I stopped using it for 1 NO LONGER WORKS THANKS TO TERRIBLE APP UPDATE. I have one of the older models and it used to work with a high level of accuracy. I stopped using it for 18 months and decided to get back into it. So I updated to the latest version of the app before using it again. Now it's terrible and needs to be thrown in the bin. Example: I tossed and turned for 2 hours before sleeping and it said I took 4 minutes to fall asleep. The device and data are now compromised so it's completely worthless! SO UNHAPPY.

      • Written by Glenn L from Kew

      7 of 11 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Terrible Now - But It Used To Work

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