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SleepTracker Pro Sleep Monitoring Watch


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  • Digital watch monitors your sleep patterns to help you wake up feeling refreshed
  • Monitors physical data and wakes you at an optimal almost-awake moment
  • Offers vibrating alarm, ringing alarm, or both
  • Back-lit, digital display includes day and date
  • Includes software to help you track your sleep patterns

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Wake up feeling refreshed with the SleepTracker Pro Sleep Monitoring Watch. By tracking your body's natural sleep rhythms and sounding your alarm during optimal almost-awake moments, this watch helps you avoid being jarred from a deep slumber. And the watch also lets you download your sleep data to your computer so you can decide what lifestyle choices help you rest easier.



The SleepTracker Pro offers sleek styling and an easy-to-read digital display. View larger.


The SleepTracker identifies almost-awake moments that occur as your body cycles through the five stages of sleep.

How SleepTracker Works
When you wear the sleek, stylish SleepTracker on your wrist like a regular watch, internal sensors detect subtle physical signals from your body that indicate whether you are asleep or awake. This allows the SleepTracker to identify the almost-awake moments when it will be easiest to rouse you.

During the night, your body goes through a series of sleep cycles comprised of five different stages. The average adult will experience four or five cycles each night, that include light stage-one sleep, slightly deeper stage-two sleep, heavy stage three, stage-four "Delta Sleep," which is when your body rebuilds itself, and REM sleep, a unique stage during which people dream and experience significant physiological changes. Pinpointing the moments within each cycle when you are naturally closest to waking makes this alarm system truly unique.

Depending on your schedule, you can set an alarm window to last for up to 90 minutes. Since your alarm sounds at the moment during the preset alarm window when you are most alert, you will wake up refreshed instead of groggy. World travelers, business associates, busy parents, and students with early morning classes are particularly likely to enjoy the edge this gives them during the first hours of every day.

Monitoring Your Sleep Data for a Healthier Lifestyle
By using the mode button to select "data review," you can review a chronological list of the previous night's almost-awake moments. The unique "Data A" reading indicates the average time between your almost-awake moments. This reading can help you know how soundly you are sleeping. A longer Data A reading than normal may indicate a particularly restful sleep, while a shorter Data A reading and an increased number of almost-awake moments may indicate a restless night.

Taking a look at what you did prior to bed on those restless evenings can help you better understand how your waking life affects your sleep patterns. Activities such as smoking, late-evening exercise, and eating a big, spicy meal can significantly impact your night's rest and your Data A reading. The Pro model offers an expanded 12-hour window of sleep data collection.

Software included with the Pro model helps you keep track of these lifestyle factors. Simply use a USB connection to transfer sleep data from the SleepTracker watch to your computer, enter any factors you want to track, and the details of your nights become available for quick and easy comparative reviews. This helps you see the serious sleep benefits of small lifestyle adjustments.

The Only Watch You Need
The SleepTracker's innovative almost-awake technology can be set to wake you with a vibrating alarm, a ringing alarm, or both at the same time. Featuring a sporty, sophisticated look that helps it do double-duty as an everyday watch, the SleepTracker has an easy-to-read digital display with time, day, and date readouts. Also offering a GLO back-light for easy nighttime reference, and water-resistance, the SleepTracker is ready to take on your busy days and help you achieve restful nights.

What's in the Box
SleepTracker Pro Watch with installed CR 2032 battery, and SleepTracker software.


Product Details

  • Item Weight: 2.1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000VHL9T8
  • UPC: 689076261562
  • Item model number: 8907626156
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #325,128 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Customer Reviews

Another problem is the software that lets you track your sleep history.
NoWireHangers
As others had noted, the vibration and audible alarms are not sufficient to wake people out of a deep sleep.
K. Pratt
After evaluating this watch, I think this watch is overpriced for what it does.
Nikki

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

89 of 95 people found the following review helpful By Mike on September 9, 2007
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I give this new version 5 stars. I have had the original sleeptracker for two years now and I love it. This new version is even better. I guess the sleeptracker company has been reading some of the reviews on the first generation watch. Now they have added what we want.

The pro advanced sleep watch has what we have been asking for.

First the buttons are smaller and no button on the face of the watch, so it won't be as easy to accidently push them while sleeping.

Second is the alarm. You can set if for vibration,chime or both. That is what I've been wating for. No matter where your hand is, under your pillow or blanket you can feel the alarm if set to vibration. The vibration is strong enough to wake you out of a sound sleep. Works great. No more waking up the wife or husband, depending on who is wearing it.

Third is the software to sync to your pc (only for windows) sorry MAC users. The software allows you to sync via usb. The charting in the software is very detailed and allows user to customize info as wanted. Much easier than charting manually every morning in excell like I was.

Now the cons:
The watch in my opinion is ugly. I would only wear this watch to bed. Would not be caught dead with it on the street. It's kind of big for the wrist. The strap is a combo of black and orange. Not something to wear to work. I guess most of us would just wear it to bed.

Overall I love the watch. It works very good with no problems with the sync to the computer, once the software is installed correctly. Like I stated before with the vibration alarm and the software link, this watch is a winner.

I might add that I did have trouble with the software on the cd. For some reason it failed to install on my computer.I had to go to the Sleeptrackers web site and download their version which is identical to the cd.. Maybe I had a bum cd.
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39 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Garry Buck on December 13, 2007
I've used the older version for about a year. I liked it, but it would stop recording from time to time, I think I was rolling over and mashing buttons in my sleep. That's not a problem with the new version, the buttons are smaller and better protected from accidental pushes.

It's considerably bigger than the original, too big to be a practical day to day wristwatch like the old one. It's a small price to pay for the added functionality in my opinion.

The data transfer via USB cable works perfectly, no more typing for me. The software for analyzing the data is rather simplistic for my taste, but here's the good news, the data are stored in native MS Access format! So if you're a data geek like me, you can build your own reports and do your own analysis. I'm so happy they didn't go with a weird proprietary format.

I used to wake up grouchy and groggy all my life, that's now a thing of the past with the SleepTracker. If that's all it did it would be worth it. The data recording feature is an added bonus if you're like me, and need to determine the effect of different medications on your sleep patterns.
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61 of 66 people found the following review helpful By Mitch Gusat on November 28, 2008
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I've bought a Sleeptracker Pro from Amazon in Oct. '08. I've tested it for ca. 3 weeks in both US and EU, including the few jet-lagged days in between. Bgnd info on the tester: I buy and test sundry bio-feedback devices that may help me to improve, or document, my sleeping patterns.

My 1-st take on Sleeptracker Pro: A good & simple idea with a flawed --alpha-- implementation. Good enough for a prototype, useful for geeks and novices, yet a let-down for folks expecting hassle-free results, or for advanced users.

The idea is simple: Use a motion sensor to inferr the wearer's current sleep stage. While it can't tell the diff between deep sleep and resting (not moving), or, a longer meditation session, the concept is a practical approximation. The execution, though, is unnecessarily limited. Rarely i've actually stumbled upon a potentially useful device so unfinished as this...

Items that can be improved.

1. Please consider adding a "Free Sleep One-touch" record function, w/o having to set both the "to bed" and the "alarm" time. This type of acquisition window reduces the consumer benefit (to simplify the development effort?). I'd like to press once to start the sampling, and once more to terminate it. Man people would like to analyze their sleep w/o actually using the alarm.

2. Extend the user memory (e.g., by 100-1000x), enough to store a few weeks of sampled data. Currently --unless one doesn't download daily to a PC-- each night will over-write the previous' session data. While FLASH memory costs cents/MB, the S.Pro stores merely a few 'user' bytes, forcing one to either daily download or loose data. When a 4GB USB stick costs a few $, one would expect an $180 device to squeeze more than 0.1KB of user data.

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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Nikki on November 23, 2008
When you look at the watch descriptions, it sounds like it is a high tech devise that detects your sleep cycles, but it actually has nothing to do with the 5 stages of sleep cycle. It basically detects when the watch is moved, you know, just like the Nintendo Wii knows when you swing the remove control. It beeps when you move your arm or turn over, and their idea is that you tend to move when you are in the lighter stage of sleep.

The problem I have with this that when it beeps, I wake up for a second but fall back to sleep right away. It does not snooze like a normal alarm, so once you missed the time you set, the watch does not go off again. So the watch does not help me getting up and is basically useless for me.

There is also a glitch in the time calculation. When it records your sleep for more than 8 hours, it shows a totally incorrect time. I asked the manufacturer about this, and they confirmed the problem and told me that they would send me a software patch to fix the problem. Unfortunately, a month passed, three months passed, and 8 months passed now, they keep giving excuses and they still haven't come up with a fix yet. I am disappointed with this matter.

After evaluating this watch, I think this watch is overpriced for what it does. If you are a heavy sleeper like me, it probably won't help you getting up in the morning, and if you are a light sleeper, you probably won't need this watch in the first place.
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