• 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Deep insights from beyond

    • Written by Pete L

    A stellar product for demystifying those dark hours of temporary unconscious oblivion we call sleep. Nice color too.

    64 of 142 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Awesome investment for sleep indicator

    • Written by Brian H from Singapore

    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!!

    33 of 41 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    I love this device!

    • Written by Robert D from Miramar Beach

    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.

    58 of 68 people found this useful