Some of us will go to great lengths to ensure we get a good night’s sleep. From counting sheep and warm glasses of milk to lavender scents and avoiding certain foods before bedtime, many out there have tried it all with little success. But what if the secret to a good night’s sleep was found in one multi-functional device?
The Hatch Restore is a sound machine, sunrise alarm, smart light, meditation app, and an alarm clock—all in one bedside smart sleep assistant. The digital clock display dims while you sleep and the soft-glow reading light contains no eye-straining blue hues, giving even your eyes a break before bedtime.
With Restore, you can program your own smart sleep routines to keep your body on a schedule to promote a better, deeper sleep—after all, consistency is key. Restore will play from your choice of expert-approved soothing sounds to help you wind down and stay asleep throughout the night.
Hatch also made sure the way you wake up is just as impactful as the way you fall asleep. That means no more mornings starting with a loud, jarring alarm clock. Waking up to natural light is the best way to wake up, according to sleep experts, so Hatch made sure that Restore’s sunrise alarm mimics the morning light to ensure you wake up feeling refreshed and well-rested.
Included with the purchase of Restore, customers also receive one free month to Hatch Sleep Membership ($99 per year after free trial). Members gain full access to Hatch’s exclusive library of sleep stories, meditations and more, and you can add your entire family all on one account. However, Hatch devices can still be used to access a basic library and do not require Hatch Sleep Membership.
Waking up to natural light is the best way to wake up, according to sleep experts, so Hatch made sure that Restore’s sunrise alarm mimics the morning light to ensure you wake up feeling refreshed and well-rested.
The founders behind Hatch say they’re on a mission to make sleep easier for everyone from newborns to adults with their all-in-one products. With 50% of Restore users saying they exercised more and 59% saying they felt less stressed after just two weeks, it seems they’re on their way to accomplishing that goal.