Geek Pick Casper Glow Is a HighTech Night Light With Soothing Vibes

first_img Unwinding before bedtime could be challenging: There are phone notifications to check, TV shows to binge-watch, and late night snacks to eat. However, Casper is here to help with its high-tech “night light” called the Casper Glow.Our sister site PCMag.com says the Casper Glow is a smart device that can help improve your sleep cycle. Even though it’s a bit more pricey at $89, it has a high-efficiency LED that can help lull you to sleep at night and gently wake you up in the morning, and it doubles up as a night light that you can easily carry around your home if you wake-up at 3 a.m. and need to use the bathroom.The Casper Glow is 5 inches tall, 3 inches wide, and weighs slightly over 11 ounces, so it easily fits on a nightstand or dresser. Another plus is its sleek shape, which blends in with most home decor setups.If the thought of a “smart night light” is bugging you, no worries: The Casper Glow is very easy to use with simple gestures. Flip it to turn it on or shut it off, rotate it to increase or decrease the amount of light it’s casting in your space, and gently wiggle it if you want a tiny glow before you head to sleep. The device’s battery can last up to one week without charging, however, you might have to recharge it sooner if you plan to use it frequently.The Casper Glow gives off different color hues when you’re getting ready for bed. It transitions from a bright white to a yellow tone, and then to an orange phone before turning off. When you wake up in the morning, it slowly gets brighter with the orange color and ends with the white color by your exact wake-up time, so it’s like experiencing a sunrise. The Casper Glow doesn’t have a snooze button, so you might want to set a backup alarm on your phone if you have trouble getting up.One more cool feature to note is the Casper Glow app: Available for Android or iOS, the app includes customization options to schedule its dimming and brightening activity, so you’ll be able to go to sleep and wake-up according to your schedule. Plus, it’s also Bluetooth-friendly, so you can program multiple Casper Glows for the ultimate sleep ritual.For more specs on the Casper Glow, head over to PCMag.com to read the device’s extensive review. And, if you still need some sleep assistance or want to access other health vitals, check out our Geek Picks for the Fitbit Charge 3 and the Nokia Sleep device.More on Geek.com:Geek Pick: Fitbit Charge 3 Makes It Easy to Track Health StatsGeek Pick: Blue Snowball Ice Microphone Geek Pick: ‘Harry Potter Ultimate Trivial Pursuit Is #GameNightGoals Stay on target Geek Pick: Shure MV88+ Is An Excellent, On the Go Microphone KitGeek Pick: Amazon Smart Plug Puts Alexa in Your Walls last_img

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