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Eight Sleep Pod Smart Bed

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Feb 14, 2019

Category: Tech

Tossing and turning in bed is often times due to temperature extremes, causing you to lose precious sleep in the process. You can flip your pillow for momentary coolness or kick your blankets off if you’re too warm, but all of that can be quite a hassle. Thanks to Eight Sleep’s Pod Smart Bed, you’ll be able to personalize your sleeping nest’s temperature to sleep soundly.

The Pod is capable of tracking your sleep and learning your temperature preferences so it can make adjustments to provide you with a reenergizing rest. You’ll be able to choose from a wide range of temperatures between 55° and 115° or leave it to the biofeedback sensors to create the perfect sleep domain for your mind and body. In addition to its heating and cooling capabilities, it’s made of multiple layers of premium high-density foams and a soft knit cover for ideal comfort. The Pod works with an app to track your vitals during sleep and provide you with relevant coaching tips for hibernation. You can preorder The Pod today starting at $1,995 for a full bed or $2,195 for a queen-size bed.

Purchase: $1,995+

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