Beddit 2.0 Smart Sleep Tracker
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- Beddit Smart monitors your sleep - without any disturbing wearable sensors
- Beddit Smart enables totally automatic sleep measurement with iOS devices, No user action is required to start the measurement
- Beddit tracks sleep time, heart rate, snoring, breathing and night-time events, e.g. bed exits
- Beddit's Smart Alarm clock wakes you up at an optimal hour of your sleep cycle
- Beddit gives you coaching tips on how to improve your sleep and wellness.Kindly refer user manual for the instructions.
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From the manufacturer
How Beddit Sleep Tracker works
1. Place the Beddit sensor under the bed sheet and plug it in.
There's an adhesive layer under the sensor that helps keep the Beddit in place. A USB-power plug is provided in the box.
2. During the night, Beddit keeps track of your sleep.
All you need to do is sleep. You can choose to use the Beddit in manual (most accurate results) or automatic mode (more convenient).
3. In the morning, the Beddit mobile app shows how you slept.
The Beddit SleepScore is an intuitive number that shows at-a-glance how your night went.
Your whole night packed into one number
Every morning, the Beddit SleepScore shows you at-a-glace how you've slept. Reaching the green zone means you had a good night's sleep. You should feel rested and be ready to seize the day!
If you had one those bad nights, don't worry. We all get them occasionally. With Beddit you're always on top of how you've slept during the past week. You'll know exactly when it's time to sleep it up!
Get a detailed picture of your nights' sleep
Improving your sleep begins from knowing what happens during nighttime. Whether you're trying to tackle a sleep problem, balance busy days with restful nights or monitor your recovery as an athlete, Beddit gives you unprecedented insight into your sleep.
With Beddit, you will know how much sleep you got, how deep or light your sleep was, how often you woke up, whether you tossed and turned or even snored. Combined with the all-night resting heart rate, you have all that's needed to assess your recovery and stress levels.
No sensors to wear, nothing to the charge!
Thin as two sheets of paper, the Beddit Sleep Tracker is unnoticeable. It doesn't touch your skin and once installed, requires no further hassle. The only thing you need to do is sleep.
Placed underneath your bed sheet, right where your heart is, the Beddit Sleep Tracker measures the person who's physically on top of it. It covers a measuring area of 30 inch/ 75 centimeter. Just the right size for two people to have their own individual Beddits in a king-size bed. And what if you sleep alone? It works just fine, as long as you stay on top the sensor.
Beddit Smart makes any bed a smart bed. With compatible iOS devices from Apple, the App automatically starts tracking your sleep when you go to bed. With compatible Android devices, you only need to open the Beddit App and select the start sleeping button. After you place the Beddit sensor strip on your mattress and under your bed sheet, download the App from Apple's App Store or Google Play, and then pair the sensor with your device. Enter some information about yourself. Go to sleep. In the morning, all you have to do is check the app to see your sleep data. Beddit will help you understand how well you slept, and offer suggestions on how to improve your sleep. Beddit Smart tracks your time in bed, your time asleep and awake, your sleep cycles and sleep patterns, resting heart rate, breathing frequency and your snoring.
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I have to admit that I consider myself a gadget nerd and love this sort of sleep data. I am actually a doctor (radiologist) and biomedical engineer. I have been using Beddit for 3 weeks and I have also just received a competing device (I shipped it from the USA to Sydney Australia where I live) and tracked my first two sleep nights comparing both the Beddit data versus the S+ device. I think they work on a similar principle of balistocardiography with Beddit using a contact resistive strip vs S+ using a ultrasounds to obtain the same graph. However the Beddit RAW data I believe is likely to be more sensitive and accurate as it tracks heart rate very accurately. Please see below the graphs of the S+ vs Beddit data of two consecutive sleeps. The graph at the top is from the S+ and one bellow it is from the Beddit. I extracted these graphs from their respective online companion sites that keep a record of your data. They have an amazing amount of correlation for the deep sleep part of the sleep cycle. You can see however that S+ estimates REM and that it is not actually in the deep part of the cycle. Not shown on these graphs but shown on the iOS Beddit app are the restless motion times and the snoring time points.
Whilst the RAW data between these devices looks the same including little ‘blips’ for the hear rate motion, the S+ device only advertises that it tracks respiration which of course is a far larger body motion and less prone to noise. I suspect that S+ may actually be processing HR in the background but because its likely a little unreliable they have not advertised this function. But I have give them credit for producing REM data. Since they have been in the game for a long time and also published clinical studies on their device (just like Beddit has) I guess that the REM data is not all a stab in the dark perhaps (however scientifically you really need EEG to truely detect REM - like the Zeo device that uses a head band and which unfortunately the company that made it went out of business) . There is no a reason why Beddit cannot estimate REM like S+. In fact Beddit has the upper hand based on not having to worry about fiddly positioning the S+ device for instance and because of the accurate HR information.
Sleep score comparison:
Night one - I felt like I had an Ok nights's sleep (did some exercise that day, ate well, went to bed early and had a longer sleep but not as long as I wanted)
Beddit scored me 64/100
S+ scored me 77/100
Night two - I had a terrible night of sleep (went to bed late, diet was suboptimal during the day, woke up early and felt groggy in the morning)
Beddit scored me 41/100
S+ scored 72/100
You can see which device matched more closely how I felt.
Where I think Beddit excels:
- incorporates snoring information
- includes sleep efficiency data
- break up of different practical sleep periods like awake time, time to fall asleep, away from bed time and restless sleep time.
- accurate HR data - you can even extract Heart rate Variability (HVR) from the companion website! - nerds know this is a big deal
- the app looks nice and modern and updated!
- sleep score more accurately reflects how you feel
- the results and tips of your nights sleep are available straight away on waking.
Where I wish Beddit could improve on:
- been able to dig down on the data more on the phone itself - such as touching a part of the graph with a time popup been displayed and a line to correlate to the period on the sleep or HR graph. However, you can do this on the companion website however
- estimate of REM times (even if you could say that it is a beta data). I am actually having second thoughts on this however due to the experience with the second sleep night with the S+. On the second night where I used the devices simultaneously, I had a terrible night of sleep. The Beddit correctly scored be were as the S+ gave me a high score and near full marks for REM and Deep which I am just not ready to believe. I need more time with it to see if this continues to be a theme.
- option to increase the HR log frequency. Based on the entries Beddit sends to the Apple Health app (I have an iPhone) it appears that Beddit records HR every 5 minutes. I wish you could have the option of recording the HR every minute (like the Basis Peak use to) or more. I know that Beddit can definitely do this.
I have been interested in REM sleep tracking for a while which is why I have doubled up on the sleep monitoring device. I wish I could have compared the Beddit, S+ and my Basis Peak watch (before I sent it back) at the same time. Unfortunately the Basis Peak watch is currently having a world wide refund/recall issue due to a small number of people complaining about overheating. It did however track REM but I have no idea how accurate it was. Its HR was very accurate but it did not track respiratory rate.
Eventually I plan of going to a sleep lab one day and comparing the Beddit and S+ with polysomnography.
For now I will continue to use Beddit and S+ every night. I suspect my patience for the S+ may wear out sooner as it is physically a larger device that takes up space on my bedstead and the questionable REM data (need more time with it to make my final decision on this). Right now, because I can get REM data from the S+ and HR from the Beddit I consider them complementary.
Here's been my experience thus far, after about a week of use.
There's a sensor that is somewhere around 2 feet long that has adhesive on it. You basically stick it to your mattress, at a height that is somewhere around where your chest would be when you sleep. I was a little skeptical of how this would work, but it seems to stick to my particular mattress (memory foam) well enough and hasn't been a problem thus far. Also just a side note, this wasn't something I noticed before I read the directions, but apparently the adhesive can be removed and replaced with double sided tape when needed. This design seems OK, a little hokey, but I'm glad that the adhesive can be removed/replaced and it's better than having to sleep with a gadget attached to your wrist (fitness tracker) or head (Zeo).
After attaching the sensor to my bed, I downloaded the Beddit app from the Apple app store. The "All Versions" score is 2.5 out of 5 stars with 95 ratings as of the writing of this review, which doesn't exactly instill a lot of confidence. I'm still optimistic though.
When I opened the app, it walked me through how to set everything up... you plug the sensor into a USB port (a USB power adapter is provided if one is needed), and can then pair it with your phone. My phone instantly saw the Beddit device, but wouldn't pair. I had to try a couple of times before it worked. It's been fine since that initial hiccup, but worth mentioning.
After pairing, the app asked me to create an account so that I can backup my sleep data. I kept getting an error when trying to create an account. I tried several times over the course of a week, when finally it worked. The app let me skip the account creation step so I could still use the Beddit device and still track my sleep, but it was just a bad first impression when their site or something was down and wouldn't let me create an account -- and it was several days before it worked.
I could have bought a brand new Beddit sensor (the original version) from ebay for about 1/3 the price of the Beddit 2.0 sensor. I opted to spend 3x the money on the Beddit 2.0 because the Smart feature was highly desirable -- basically the way it is supposed to work, is you don't have to DO anything to track sleep. It detects when the phone is near the sensor, and when you're laying on it, and it just works and starts tracking automatically. Zero effort required. This is different from the original Beddit sensor, which requires you to manually tell it when you are sleeping and when you wake up. I am much more interested in having my sleep tracked automatically.
Here's how the Smart feature has worked for me thus far... I live in a small home. Any time I am anywhere near the Beddit sensor, even in different rooms, my phone has a giant red bar across the top of the phone that says "BEDDIT". It covers up the top of apps, is highly distracting and annoying when I'm using my phone at home. For regular smartphone users, it's similar to how many GPS navigation apps look when you minimize them during navigation.
Because that red bar is so annoying, I have disabled the Smart functionality. That's a big bummer because it seems like such a great feature and is the only reason I spent 3x more for the Beddit 2.0 than I could have bought the original Beddit for. The smart functionality works fine if you can live with the giant red bar across the top of your phone when you're within close proximity to the Beddit device.
Besides the huge disappointment with the red bar on my phone from the smart functionality, the actual daily use of it has been pretty good. The app looks nice and seems accurate, it tracks resting heart rate, sleep time, respiration RPM's and sleep efficiency. I really like having my resting heart rate tracked while I sleep - I also track heart rate with my apple watch during the day - but now I get a complete picture of the entire day. The app provides a score for how you slept each night, offers some nice recap/graph/tips. Overall it's pretty nice.
The app also has a smart alarm feature. You can set your alarm, and then you will be woken up at most, 30 mins before the alarm time -- but allegedly when you're in a light sleep state. This seems to work OK, most days it wakes be up about 5 mins before my alarm time was set, not sure if it makes much of a difference.
I don't notice the sensor when I'm sleeping on it, and I have a mattress pad over it. It still seems to work well even with the mattress pad over it.
The sleep stuff syncs nicely with Apple Health, so I can have it displayed on my dashboard there.
My initial setup was a little disappointing -- took a few tries to get it to pair with my phone, the app wouldn't allow me to create an account for the first week... the smart feature basically leaves my phone with a giant red bar across the top of the screen whenever I'm at home, which has given me no choice but to disable that feature. Despite those 2 huge disappointments, as a sleep tracker it seems to work well.
It remains to be seen how reliable / durable it will be, but I will update my review if anything changes.
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