Beddit 3 Sleep Tracker

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  • Overview

    The Beddit 3 Sleep Tracker automatically tracks your sleep and works with the Beddit app on your iPhone or iPad to help you achieve better sleep. Unlike activity trackers, Beddit is completely ambient so there’s no need to wear or charge it. The thin, flexible and soft sensor is unnoticeable when placed under the sheet on top of the mattress. It senses and automatically begins tracking when you lie down on the bed — collecting and analysing sleep-related data such as sleep time and efficiency, heart rate, respiration, temperature, movement, snoring, room temperature and room humidity.

    Understand your sleep patterns better

    The Beddit app delivers personalised insights and customisable sleep coaching to help you improve your sleep. In addition, the Beddit Smart Alarm provides the most accurate method of detecting the optimal time to awaken you from sleep.

    How it works

    Beddit technology is based upon a scientific principle known as ballistocardiography (BCG), an unobtrusive, non-invasive technique for measuring the mechanical activity of the heart, lungs and other body functions. Each time the heart beats, the acceleration of blood through the circulatory system generates a mechanical impulse that can be measured and analysed. Throughout the night, Beddit tracks each individual heartbeat and respiration cycle. Beddit’s advanced analysis and machine-learning algorithms adapt differently to each body type and provide detailed sleep data.

    Highlights

    Automatically tracks sleep as well as heart rate, average resting heart rate, respiration, movement and snoring

    Thin, flexible, soft sensor is undetectable when placed under the sheet on top of the mattress

    No need to wear anything like activity trackers, sensors or other gadgets

    Beddit Sleep Score combines sleep quality and sleep quantity data into one easy-to-understand number

    Tracks room temperature and humidity

    Works on any bed, any size mattress, and with one or two people in the bed (requires two sensors for tracking two people)

    The sensor is removable for travel

    Works with Apple Watch to deliver Sleep Score every morning, and track a nap if the Sleep Score was too low

    Delivers sleep data to Apple Health app

    Did You Notice?

    Beddit’s sleep tracking and scoring system was developed in partnership with the Helsinki Sleep Clinic, VitalMed Research Centre and professor Markku Partinen, MD, a leading authority on sleep research.

    Apple Recommends For

    Tracking your sleep to enhance your health and improve your performance at work, home, school or play.

    What’s in the Box

    Beddit 3 Sleep Tracker

    USB power adapter

    Quick start guide

    Tech Specs

    Other Features: Bluetooth, Health App Compatible, Wireless

    Bluetooth Compatiblity: Bluetooth 4.0

    Height: 0.15 cm / 0.06 in

    Length: 80 cm / 31.5 in

    Width: 8 cm / 3.1 in

    Weight: 139 g / 4.9 oz

    System Requirements

    Operating System: Requires iOS 8 or later.

    Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    Mfr. Part Number: PDK030052

    UPC or EAN No.: 6430044901539

    Warranty

    Note: Apple’s One-Year Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Non-Apple-branded products may have the benefit of a manufacturer’s warranty provided by the product manufacturer — please see your product box and literature for details. Benefits under the manufacturer’s warranty are in addition to rights provided by consumer law.

    Warranty: One-year replacement

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  • 1.0 Average
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    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Lasted 1 month

      Worked well for a month, then deteriorated quickly. First it started saying things like it took me 8 minutes to fall asleep and immediately after falling asleep Worked well for a month, then deteriorated quickly. First it started saying things like it took me 8 minutes to fall asleep and immediately after falling asleep i left my bed for an hour and a half. To put this in perspective i have a single bed and there isnt a feasible way for me to sleep on it without being over the sensor! Then it started saying that id snore 95% of the night one night and 0% the next, heart rate graph shows just one point for an entire 8 hours of sleep. Now it doesnt show the heart rate graph at all, nor does it add any record of heart rate to apple health. It also says that i've slept with 100 percent efficiency when id actually got out of bed stopped my alarm, gone to the toilet then went back to bed, this seemingly didn't register and yet it'll randomly say i left my bed for an hour in the middle of the night. The few times it does produce a heart rate reading its around 40-60 bpm difference from my apple watch (whether that speaks of the watch's accuracy or this device i don't know) Therefore the main issue is you can't rely on a single one of the metrics being valid. I may as well just write down how much i guess i slept when i wake up as it'll probably be just as accurate. If it was consistent in its errors at least you could ignore them but its seemingly random on what its going to get wrong each night. Instead of seeing the unit costing 129.99 think of it as 129.99 a month as that appears to be how long the device lasts. there's a sleep app on the app that's like £5, it doesnt have automatic measurement but it worked for an entire year last year and works out 26 times cheaper and infinitely more accurate. Also the automatic measurement on the beddit sometimes still thinks im in bed when im in the car driving to work 45 minutes after leaving my bed. I would say i have a defective device but it worked well for a month before being completely useless.

      • Written by Ben W from camberley

      4 of 4 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Lasted 1 month

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Lasted 1 month

      Worked well for a month, then deteriorated quickly. First it started saying things like it took me 8 minutes to fall asleep and immediately after falling asleep Worked well for a month, then deteriorated quickly. First it started saying things like it took me 8 minutes to fall asleep and immediately after falling asleep i left my bed for an hour and a half. To put this in perspective i have a single bed and there isnt a feasible way for me to sleep on it without being over the sensor! Then it started saying that id snore 95% of the night one night and 0% the next, heart rate graph shows just one point for an entire 8 hours of sleep. Now it doesnt show the heart rate graph at all, nor does it add any record of heart rate to apple health. It also says that i've slept with 100 percent efficiency when id actually got out of bed stopped my alarm, gone to the toilet then went back to bed, this seemingly didn't register and yet it'll randomly say i left my bed for an hour in the middle of the night. The few times it does produce a heart rate reading its around 40-60 bpm difference from my apple watch (whether that speaks of the watch's accuracy or this device i don't know) Therefore the main issue is you can't rely on a single one of the metrics being valid. I may as well just write down how much i guess i slept when i wake up as it'll probably be just as accurate. If it was consistent in its errors at least you could ignore them but its seemingly random on what its going to get wrong each night. Instead of seeing the unit costing 129.99 think of it as 129.99 a month as that appears to be how long the device lasts. there's a sleep app on the app that's like £5, it doesnt have automatic measurement but it worked for an entire year last year and works out 26 times cheaper and infinitely more accurate. Also the automatic measurement on the beddit sometimes still thinks im in bed when im in the car driving to work 45 minutes after leaving my bed. I would say i have a defective device but it worked well for a month before being completely useless.

      • Written by Ben W from camberley

      4 of 4 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Lasted 1 month

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