Moona heats your pillow at CES 2019 for a better night's sleep
This right here is Moona.
It is a smart sleep system that is designed to give you a better night sleep through temperature regulations.
So here is how it works.
The device right here is actually a water.
It's shaped roughly like an Apple HomePod, maybe a little bit bigger.
You fill it with water.
And it has a tube here, that's about five feet long, that goes to this little case here, that tucks into a standard size pillow case.
So it's filled with foam, it's pretty cozy.
Doesn't seem like it would be too invasive while you sleep.
But the idea behind it is that the way you sleep Temperature is really important.
So as you're going to sleep, and as you're sleeping through the night, a lower temperature is a little bit better.
But as you're starting to wake up, it slowly warms to wake you up more naturally without much fuzz.
So that you're not irritable and basically you're just getting a better overall sleeping experience.
So the temperature ranges from 72 to 95 degrees Farenheit.
It's customizable in the app or you can follow their basic algorithm System that's based on research that says how you'll sleep best at what temperature.
The Moona Sleep System costs $399.
I know that sounds expensive, but it's due out this summer, and I'm really looking forward to testing it out at The [UNKNOWN] Smart Home.
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