A new kind of sleep tracker (No wearable sensors)

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John Morrison
  • John Morrison
    John MorrisonDirector of CX at MyWifi Networks

    This is a really intriguing idea and it does what it claims well


    I hate that I need to explicitly tell the app I'm going to bed. Using it disables 'Hey Siri' functionality which I use to control HomeKit.

    The Beddit 2 product has a lot of potential but it's been purchased by Apple and since then largely ignored. I think there is a great opportunity for a company like Casper or Leesa to make a competing product and sell it alongside their mattresses but it doesn't seem like something Apple is interested in directly.

    John Morrison has used this product for one month.
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Andy Cook
Andy Cook@andygcook · Cofounder -
How does this account for multiple people sleeping in the same bed?
Jack Smith
Jack SmithHunter@_jacksmith · Serial Entrepreneur & Startup Adviser
I just got one brand new off eBay for <$99. It's pretty cool. Tracks your heart rate and certainly seems to do a better job of knowing when I'm asleep or not than all my other devices, which judge based on accelerometer etc.
Nadia Eghbal
Nadia Eghbal@nayafia · GitHub
Sounds like a slightly fancier/hardware version of the Sleep Cycle app:
Miles Matthias
Miles Matthias@miles_matthias · CTO @EquityEats
I've used the sleep cycle app, but I have the same question as @AndyGCook -- this is broken when multiple people sleep in the same bed right?
John Perkins
John Perkins@iamjohnp · Sr. Product Manager @janedeals
i've found the sleep cycle app to be less than optimal, simply because i have to put my phone under my sheet, which often causes the charger to come unplugged during the night, so this is very interesting to me. also sounds like it could be a lot more accurate and detailed than sleep cycle. still, same question as @AndyGCook and @nowmiles. it would be cool to get the founder on here for a little ama :)