Got cold feet? Not for long with Sleep Number's warming mattress
This Sleep Number's 360 bed so similar to its previous offering, it has built in SleepIQ smart.
That means it has dual sides so you and a partner can customize your firmness settings so you can be more comfortable.
It also has built-in sensors that know if you're tossing and turning, know when you get out of bed and for how long, and in the morning, it'll give you a reading on your SleepIQ Score basically how well you've done so you can improve it over time.
So you can check your weekly and monthly averages and see trends in your sleep.
But this model has something even smarter.
And had a few cool new features that I'm just dying to show off.
So the first thing is Snore detection.
So basically, the bed can tell if you're snoring.
And it will raise your side of the bed to try to help mitigate that snoring.
It also knows if you're moving from your back to your side mid-sleep.
And it'll adjust your firmness setting.
Because apparently, there's an ideal position for you to be in and an ideal firmness for that side or back sleep.
In addition this one has basically and integrated heat element at the foot of the bed so you and a partner can opt in or out, though on my side of the bed I would definitely turn on that heating element so that my feet are warm as I'm falling asleep.
And my husband would turn it off because he has warm feet.
So I think this is just a really cool new bed, new offering it will be available in the first half of 2017.
And pricing hasn't been set yet but it should retail for around $2,500.
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