Smart Alarm Device

Waking up in the morning during a light sleep stage is a more pleasant experience than waking from a deep sleep stage. When Thim senses you’ve entered a light stage of sleep – Thim will wake you up.

Feel great when you wake

Did you know that if you are awoken during a light stage of sleep you will feel more refreshed, energetic, and alert? Unlike any other product on the market, the patented THIM wakes you up during a light stage of sleep helping you start your day feeling less tired and groggy.

How it works

Here’s how your new Smart Alarm feature works. Open the Thim App in your smart phone and set an alarm window before you go to bed. For example, if you need to wake up by 8:00am, you might like to set an alarm window of 7:30 – 8:00am. If you are in a light stage of sleep at 7:30am, Thim will wake you up. If however, you enter a light stage of sleep at 7:55am – Thim will only wake you then.

The Smart Alarm can be used in conjunction with the Sleep Re-training feature. That is, you may undertake 1-hour of sleep re-training between 10pm and 11pm, and then use your Smart Alarm in the morning to wake up.

How is Thim different?

Typical alarm clocks go off at the time you set regardless of what stage of sleep you are in. The deeper the sleep when the alarm goes off, the worse you feel when you are awoken. With THIM you tell it what time you want to wake up, and then select a window of time for THIM to find your lightest stage of sleep to wake you up.

 

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Experience the world’s first sleep tracker, which improves sleep. Sleep well tonight and get the most from tomorrow.

  • Syncs seamlessly with the free Thim mobile app via Bluetooth
  • Powerful built-in battery lasts 5 days; charger with USB cord included
  • Optimal fit from 4 band sizes. All 100% silicone for sensitive skin
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