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Zeo Mobile Sleep Manager

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  • Trutrak tracks your sleep quality with scientifically proven accuracy, including rem and deep sleep
  • Designed for iphone and android smartphones
  • Smartwake alarm gently wakes you at the optimal point in your sleep cycle never wake up late, always wake refreshed
  • Find and adjust factors that are stealing your deep, rem and total sleep time

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Zeo Sleep Manager Pro
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Zeo Mobile Sleep Manager

Zeo is a comprehensive system to help you improve your sleep using your iPhone or Android smartphone.

Are you getting 6-8 hours of sleep at night and still waking up tired? Now, for the first time ever, you can track your sleep patterns and how much restorative REM and Deep sleep you actually get so you can better manage your health and overall wellness.

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Zeo Mobile sends your sleep data directly to your smartphone and syncs automatically with your myZeo.com account.

Track your sleep on your smartphone with scientifically proven technology
Zeo takes the science of sleep out of the lab and puts it into your hands. The lightweight Zeo SoftWaveTM headband tracks your actual sleep stages through the night and sends them wirelessly to your smartphone. Easy. Accurate. Comfortable.

See how much restorative sleep you really get
Each morning Zeo shows you right on your smartphone how you slept, including how much time you spent in REM and Deep sleep, which are critical for mental clarity, physical well-being and peak performance. Zeo also gives you an overall sleep score you can track over time.


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Your nightly sleep graph shows how much time you spent in each sleep stage, including restorative REM and Deep sleep.
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Online tools, including Cause & Effectm help you explore how your lifestyle affects your true sleep quality.

Features:
  • Zeo shows you how you really sleep, and helps you find ways to improve your sleep.
  • The Zeo Sleep Manager mobile app is designed for iPhone and Android smartphones.
  • Adjustable SoftWaveTM sensor headband is lightweight, comfortable and portable.
  • TruTrak tracks your sleep quality with scientifically proven accuracy, including REM and Deep sleep.
  • SmartWakeTM Alarm gently wakes you at the optimal point in your sleep cycle. Never wake up late, always wake refreshed.
  • ZQ Sleep Score summarizes your sleep quality in a single objective number.
  • Analyze your sleep patterns using Zeo's mobile app, online tools and expert sleep coaching program
  • Find and adjust factors that are stealing your Deep, REM & total sleep time
  • 7 Steps to Sleep FitnessTM coaching program included, giving you personalized guidance to help you sleep better.
  • What's included
    Zeo Mobile Bluetooth Headband, Power Adapter, International Adapters, Quick Start Guide, Headband Basics Guide, ZQ Context Wheel, Free Online Tools, Free Email Coaching


    Product Description

    Zeo sleep manager mobile is a comprehensive system to help you improve your sleep. zeo takes the science of sleep out of the lab and puts it into your hands. the lightweight zeo softwave headband tracks your actual sleep stages through the night and sends them wirelessly to the bedside display. specially designed for iphone and android smartphones.

    Product Details

    • Product Dimensions: 4.1 x 2.4 x 2 inches ; 9.4 ounces
    • Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces
    • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
    • ASIN: B005UJK39Y
    • UPC: 608938617835
    • Item model number: ZEOMBL1
    • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (162 customer reviews)
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #138,119 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
    • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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    Customer Reviews

    Since the headband was too tight, I woke up with horrible marks on my forehead that lasted for about 2 hours.
    Mark Taylor
    My first night with the Zeo Mobile, I got the headband paired up with my iPod via Bluetooth and went to sleep upon waking I clicked stop on the app and it crashed.
    Duane J. May
    The very friendly folks at ZEO gave me amazing customer service over the course of several weeks as they tried to make my product work.
    John Sumser

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    187 of 195 people found the following review helpful By John Sumser on November 13, 2011
    Let me start by telling you that I am a Zeo fan. The bedside unit has been with me for a couple of years now and has helped me understand and improve the way I sleep. Zeo (the company) is a pioneer in the emerging field of self-quantification (or lifestyle measurement). The bedside device helped me understand what was going on with my sleep pattern. Being able to compare the data with other people my age gave me a kind of perspective I couldn't get elsewhere.

    I travel heavily. The problem with a bulky bedside unit is that you can't really take it with you on a long series of hotel nights. So, I was only able to get a partial look at the realities of the ways that I sleep.

    I got very excited when the new more portable unit came out. The iPhone integration is the exact right idea.

    Unfortunately, the software isn't ready for prime time yet.

    It's taken more than a week to get to the point that I am hoping to have the system operating properly tonight. The data integration problems mentioned elsewhere really slowed my transition from the old version to the new. I simply couldn't get the iPad to run the software effectively (there is a data display bug that interferes with use when you view data in the landscape mode)

    So, I added plugs to my nightstand and started to run the iPhone version.

    Night 1, it collected the data but saved the date improperly (reporting as September 16 instead of November 10)
    Night 2, it completely lost the data from that night's sleep
    Night 3, solid data collection, operating properly, right date
    Night 4, stopped collecting data after I got up and went to get a glass of water in the middle of the night.

    Then, there's the question of using multiple devices on one account.
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    66 of 70 people found the following review helpful By Duane J. May on February 9, 2012
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    First off, I am very interested in sleep and brain waves. I have done a lot of research in both over the years, and experimented with brain wave synchronization, and alternative sleep patterns. When I first heard about Zeo over two years ago, I was so excited to be able to measure my brainwaves that I immediately ordered one of their Zeo Bedside Sleep Managers (known as the Zeo Personal Sleep Coach at the time) and even added on the guided coaching option for an extra hundred dollars. Since I found Zeo so early in the company's lifecycle, I always felt close to the company, have been a big fan, and I liked the overall feel of the device and the website. However, the first Zeo was behind the times in that it used an SD card to get data from the device to the internet. (While I had been using an alarm clock with a web interface for years before this, it seemed like they could have added wireless or Ethernet to the device costing three hundred and fifty dollars) Anyway, the problem with the bedside Zeo was not being able to see your data on the site without first going through the pain of taking the SD card out, putting it in your computer going to the website selecting the file, uploading it, then trying to remember to take the SD card back to the Zeo before the next night. The Zeo basically became a very expensive alarm clock, after time, I would no longer upload data, which meant there was no reason to analyze the data, which meant I could stop wearing that headband. I suggested several times to Zeo that they need to have an automated way to get the data uploaded.

    Enter the Zeo Mobile, when I first heard about this I had to go out and buy it. Plus it was a third of the cost of the original Zeo. I already used an iPod next to my bed to listen to some brain sync music while drifting off.
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    77 of 83 people found the following review helpful By David R on November 15, 2011
    I've been using the zeo mobile for about a week. I don't have a bedside zeo, so this is my first experience with it.

    The initial device setup was surprisingly easy. I just charged it and paired it with my phone (an Android phone). Nightly operation is also simple and has been reliable so far: I take the headband off the charger, listen for the sound from my phone, put it on, and sleep. In the morning, I put it back on the charger, go to my phone, and check the zeo app to see how I did. So far I've found the ZQ scores correlate well with my subjective feeling about how rested I am.

    Syncing the data to the web site wasn't as smooth. I tried creating an account at the site, but it seems to be designed for the bedside one, and doesn't offer an option to sync with a mobile unit. I eventually used my phone to set up syncing, which worked fine, and I can see all my data on the site. I haven't played around with the site enough to know how useful the online features are.

    Good:
    - Simple reliable operation (with Android, at least).
    - Data seems to make sense.
    - Headband is comfortable and doesn't bother me while sleeping.

    Bad:
    - The website is in flash and registration could be simpler (advice: use the mobile app to register and set up sync).
    - The device doesn't snap into the charger convincingly. I usually have to move it around a little before I'm convinced it's charging.

    Don't know yet:
    - Long term reliability.
    - Usefulness of online features.
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