ZEEQ Smart Pillow, Stop Snoring, Sleep Tracker, Sleep Music, Alarm Clock and ZEEQ App
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- Stops Snoring – Detects snoring and gently vibrates to adjust sleep position without waking you up.
- Streams Music & Audio – Wirelessly plays sleep music and other audio tracks from ZEEQ app and popular apps without disturbing your sleep partner.
- Sleep Tracker – Measures sleep motion and snoring decibel, resulting in a SleepScore and detailed daily report of sleep duration and restfulness. Smart Alarm – Set an alarm clock time range and the smart pillow will tailor your wake-up time to best suit your sleep cycle for increased morning energy and less grogginess.
- Customizable Comfort – Tencel Botanic Fabric pillow cover regulates temperature and wicks away moisture. Adjust the memory foam cluster fill to suit your preference.
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ZEEQ Smart Pillow combines personal audio sound, sleep tracking and snoring solution technology for the most soothing, restful night of sleep possible. Featuring adjustable foam fill and a high-quality pillow cover made with moisture-wicking Tencel botanic fiber, this memory foam pillow combines sleep technology with luxurious comfort.
Once snoring reaches your predetermined decibel level, the pillow gently vibrates for you to change sleeping positions.
Wireless Music & Audio
Listen to binaural sleep music, audiobooks, sleep meditations and more. ZEEQ’s onboard personal sound system is evenly dispersed using 8 internal speakers encased in a comfortable memory foam pillow core, eliminating headphones, while ensuring audio can only be heard by the user.
Multiple sleep tracker sensors send sleep data to the ZEEQ app for nightly analysis of sleep cycles, snoring and restfulness. Catalog daily sleep habits for a long-term view of how your activity impacts your sleep quality.
Smart Home Ready
Connects with Amazon Echo for instant sleep reports via voice control.
By analyzing your sleep, ZEEQ can wake you at the optimal time in your sleep cycle. Built-in motors centralize the vibrating alarm to the users head and neck.
Sleep Motion Detection
ZEEQ uses precision sensors to catalog and track your movement throughout the night.
Music Sleep Timer
Music timer with auto-shutoff eases transition to sleep by playing sounds for your preset time frame. Drift into slumber without worrying about turning off audio later.
Remote allows you to power on, change volume settings and more, when your smartphone is out of reach. Easily tuck away the remote when not in use with the pillow cover’s storage pocket.
2-Week Battery Life
Convenient extended battery life.
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I've been using it for about a week. Here are my initial thoughts:
The pillow does not fit in standard pillow cases. If you try to force it in there, the result is a pillow that is too tall and hard to sleep on.
When using the included pillow case, the pillow is very firm, but not uncomfortable. I have to shop for more pillow cases to see if this will ultimately be a problem.
You can supposedly adjust the firmness of the pillow by removing filling. They include extra filling for some reason (I can't see ever wanting to add more). I have not tried removing filling yet, but I will.
The electronics inside the pillow can sometimes be felt. I have not found this to be a major problem, but it seems like maybe they could have made those components thinner. For the retail price of this pillow, it seems to me that this should have been done to eliminate the possibility of feeling the electronics.
The snore monitor and sleep score features are pretty inaccurate. The snore monitor should be directly tied to the motion monitor so that noise from motion is not viewed as snoring. Every time you turn over or adjust position, the pillow sees the motion and you can see the overlap in that motion with what the pillow is calling snoring. Why this wasn't part of the software design is beyond me.
The sleep score isn't very accurate because it assumes that the second you push the button, you are asleep. If you forget to push the button as soon as you are awake, the pillow thinks you are still asleep (even if you are no longer in bed). I don't see a way around this without additional data points like heart rate or gyroscope attached to the person being tracked. Maybe they can develop an add-on that goes under the sheet that could grab heart rate to measure depth of sleep (this is one area where trackers like Microsoft Band do well - but wearing things on your wrist in bed stinks) and at least body pressure so that if you get out of bed (and stay out for x minutes), the software retroactively kills the sleep schedule from the point that you got out of bed.
The snore alarm gives false alarms when you move around a lot. I cannot say for sure if the alarm actually works as intended since I can see lots of snore monitor activity triggering when there is motion but not much without Morton. Note: You can see where the alarm went off when you zoom in.
The music feature was something I thought I'd have no use for, but it's actually kind of nice. The speakers work fairly well but getting the volume set to the right level can be a challenge.
Bluetooth connectivity / App usage. This is an area that could use a little more work (specifically for the music features of the pillow), I use iOS (both iPhone 7 and iPad Pro); I have not tested with Android so the results there may be different. The setup process is not painful. The usage process if you want to listen to music is where things don't always work smoothly. When you get into bed and start up the app, it finds the pillow without issue, but if you go to play music, most of the time I find that the sound comes out of the phone or iPad rather than the speakers. You have to dick around for a while to get the sound redirected to the pillow. When you are tired and trying to unwind in bed, this isn't something you want to have to dick with. Further, if you happen to have the sound on the phone/iPad set at an unfriendly level, and your spouse is in the bed asleep, the result of this is far from stellar. Once you have the sound coming out of the pillow speakers and the volume set correctly, it's nice.
Autosleep - Not exactly. It notes that you are in bed and immediately starts to track sleep. See my thoughts above about having to tie in additional data points to make this accurate. I tried it for two nights and turned it off because I tend to sit in bed reading or looking at a tablet for 45-60 minutes before sleeping.
The App is still buggy. Autosleep toggle is not functional on the iPad but works on the iPhone. App occasionally crashes. Music control for Spotify is horrible - it pulls playlists you have the first time but will not update the playlists ever again. It also goes through the "authorization" process virtually every time you try to use it. This needs a ton of work to make it not suck.
So, after what reads as a highly negative review, why give it four stars? Well, the pillow itself is well made and pretty comfortable given how firm it is. I think when I get around to removing a little of the filling it will be more comfortable (and I will update the review at that point). I actually have found that I am sleeping a little more restfully with this pillow compared to my prior pillow. I'm optimistic that the snore alarm works since I don't think my wife has punched me awake since I started using the pillow (maybe I should ask her....). I suspect that the manufacturer will probably fix some of the app issues to make it suck a little less. I'm deducting a 1/2 star for the crappy Spotify integration and a 1/2 star for making the pillow a non-standard size and there is no way to fix that. The rest of the pillow is pretty decent overall so I'm not deducting stars at this point. I'm going to continue using it for the rest of the month before I make a decision on keeping it. I'll update the review after the return period closes irrespective of whether I keep the pillow.