Sweet dreams: 10 best sleeping gadgets
As well as some that wake you up – from lights that change colour to a kettle you can activate from your bed
Monday 26 May 2014
A recent YouGov survey showed that six out of 10 Britons are sleep deprived, getting less than hours hours of shut-eye per night. We’ve rounded up some of the best sleeping gadgets around to help you get your forty winks and a few more to help you emerge from even the deepest of slumbers.
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The Philips Hue bulbs are an effective and cool offering - especially for any kids in the family who can't fall to sleep with the lights off. To help you start the day alert, the iKettle is the winner here. There's nothing like having your own personal coffee maker in the morning, and the iKettle does the hard work for you.
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