Hey guys, so it has been two weeks that I have been testing the IT Bed by Sleep Number.
And I thought I would give you a quick tour of the bed itself and of the apps so you can see it up close for yourself.
All right, so here's the bed.
I took off the sheets and pillows and everything so you could get a better sense of what it looks like.
But the mattress itself is a memory foam style.
And underneath here is the valve that pumps air into each of the two sides.
So that just hangs out at the foot of the bed.
And then over here is the app that says my sleep score from last night, I got 83.
You can see my average heart and breathing rate, as well as the chart with details.
You can also look at monthly and weekly averages.
So, we'll get into that probably as I test this a little more.
And then you can also look at trends.
So this is where it gets cool.
It's pulling in data from the next thermostat and if you hop over to my husband Kevin's side it's pulling in data from the FitBit he's been wearing.
So that was just a very quick look of the Sleep Number bed and app and what they can do.
It's exciting that I'm trying to see actual Integrations kicking in with the Nest thermostat and the Fitbit but I hope to see more in the coming weeks so stay tuned.
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