Not everyone is a morning person, and not everyone finds getting out of bed an easy task, which is why we decided to create a complete solution to help those who need that extra push.
San Luis Obispo, CA (PRWEB) January 19, 2016
Dylan Brodsky, a 19-year-old entrepreneur from California Polytechnic State University, launched his Indiegogo campaign today for an unbeatable wake-up solution and is looking to raise $100,000 to cover the cost of manufacturing. Spritely is an alarm system that uses sensor technology to bring users an alarm solution they can’t turn off until they are completely awake and out of bed.
Spritely contains a unique smart sensor that communicates with iOS and Android smartphones via Bluetooth and detects when the user is in or out of bed. The smart sensor also detects and wakes users up when they are in the lightest point of their sleep cycle to make sure they wake up refreshed, instead of groggy. Spritely is also used as an informative tool on how well the user sleeps. The Spritely mobile app pairs seamlessly with Spritely’s smart sensor to collect data and provide customized sleep analytics and tips. Analytics include information on the user’s sleep patterns, sleep score, sleep habits and personalized tips on how to improve their quality of sleep.
“Not everyone is a morning person, and not everyone finds getting out of bed an easy task, which is why we decided to create a complete solution to help those who need that extra push,” said CEO and co-founder of Spritely, Dylan Brodsky. “We want to provide a guaranteed solution to those who recognize they aren’t morning people but want to make a difference in their morning routine.”
Spritely was designed to be used with ease by simply sliding the thin sensor strip between the mattress and box spring. Once placed under the mattress, the unit is ready to be controlled via the user’s iOS or Android device through the Spritely app. The user’s smartphone alarm will go off until they’re out of bed or if they get back in it. If the smartphone dies or is turned off, Spritely’s failsafe alarm will go off. The Spritely alarm will also sound if the sensor is removed from the bed and will continue to go off until it is put back in place.
Early backers can purchase Spritely on Indiegogo for $79, which is $40 less than the market retail value. For more information about Spritely, visit http://bit.ly/SpritelyIGG or email alyssa(at)spritely(dot)me.
The Spritely team is made up of fresh, young entrepreneurs composed of students at California Polytechnic State University who work extensively on finding new and innovative ways to improve people’s sleep habits. Our goal is to help those that want to start off their days right and to educate those who want to make a difference in their nights. For more information, visit http://www.comingsoon.tech/WinSpritely/.