Introducing the Sleep Number 360

At CES Unveiled in Vegas, Sleep Number introduced their Sleep Number 360 Smart Bed, one of the biggest innovations in the company’s 30-year history.

Introducing the Sleep Number 360

Named the CES Innovation Awards ‘Best of Innovation” honoree in the Home Appliances category, the Sleep Number 360 smart mattresses and adjustable bases offer you a smarter way to sleep while giving you an unmatched comfort. The Sleep Number 360, in particular, gives you:

  • Self-adjusting comfort throughout the night thanks to their ResponsiveAir technology that will adjust the bed as you sleep thanks to two air chambers built into the mattress that can contour to your body regardless if you sleep on your back or your side.
  • Snore detection courtesy of Sleep Number’s SleepIQ biometrics, the adjustable base can adjust to an ideal sleep position so you can relieve the common symptoms of snoring temporarily.
  • Foot warming for those of you who actually don’t sleep with socks on. Sleep Number did their research and studies show that people fall asleep faster when their feet are warm. The Sleep Number 360 will get to know a sleepers bedtime routine and warm the foot of the bed automatically with Rapid Sleep Onset technology.
  • Smart alarm features that awake you up at the right time. As someone who can sleep through an alarm, this is a welcome feature! The newest advancement of SleepIQ technology learns a sleeper’s bedtime routine, and will know exactly when to wake you up at your lightest stage of sleep during your desired wake-up time window.

Introducing the Sleep Number 360

All of these features, I can FIND a way to be tired just to try out the Sleep Number 360! Available in the first half of 2017, for more information on the Sleep Number 360, head over to their site today.

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