Dreem Headband

When it comes to design, few names stand out more than Yves Behar of late and when we encountered one of his latest pieces of creative awesomeness, this eye-catching piece called the Dreem Headband, crafted on behalf of Silicon Valley startup, Rythm, it was impossible not to sit up and take notice. And the deeper you delve into this spectacular looking piece of apparatus, the more impressive it becomes.

Tasked with designing a piece of equipment that could be used by restless sleepers and worn comfortably on their heads overnight, Behar set to work and conceived something of his customary design prowess in the shape of this Dreem Headband, which might just be the the thing that those who struggle to sleep at night have been waiting for. Billed as a “new era of sleep” this striking device is described as being a brand new sleep solution that actively monitors, analyzes, and acts on your brain to help enhance your sleep patterns. The fact it looks so cool doesn’t hurt either.

Sleep in Style

There is nothing worse than not being able to get to sleep at night and, it goes without saying, sleeplessness is a complex issue but the Dreem Headband is a complex piece of equipment and aims to eradicate the conditions around you that might be causing your restless sleep patterns. It boasts a whole host of innovative, intuitive and, most importantly, non-invasive features that get to work throughout the night and during the day with the intention of helping to ensure that you sleep better.

The Dreem Headband has certainly captured our imagination here at Coolector HQ and though we’re pretty good sleepers truth be told, it never hurts to address sleep problems head on and that’s exactly what this technologically superior bit of kit does. And it does it with aplomb. Capable of helping accelerate the process of falling asleep by up to 30% through delivering scientifically proven cognitive and breathing techniques and making sure you achieve a deeper, more refreshing sleep through activating sounds that respond to your brain activity, this exceptional piece of design and technology is exactly what light sleepers have been waiting for.

With technology the driving force behind the impressive features of the Dreem Headband, you’ll find sleeping much easier as a result of bringing one of these amazing contraptions into your life. It is a meeting if neuroscience and advanced technologies, all wrapped up in a superbly designed Yves Behar package and for those of you with an eye for design and a love of technology, it’s the real deal, especially when you consider there is a 10% pre-order discount up until the official launch in September. The Dreem Headband utilises the latest developments in the world of sleep research and works alongside a prestigious network of labs to ensure they are continuously testing and implementing new means of enhancing your sleep quality.

Restless Nights No More

The proof is in the pudding as they say and the team at Rythm have been trialling their Dreem Headband with a diverse range of users over the last ten months such as professional rugby player, Benson Stanley, who stated, “My rugby club, the ASM Clermont, put me in contact with Rythm to help me improve my sleep for better sleep tracking and recovery. I found Dreem to be fantastic, it’s an innovative sleep product.”

Sleep is essential to productivity, creativity and just functioning on a day to day basis and anything that can help facilitate the best night sleep possible definitely gets two thumbs up from us here at Coolector HQ. The Dreem Headband really is the best of both worlds to be honest as not only does it have an aesthetic dreamt up by one of the world’s foremost designers, Yves Behar, it has shown to be a real catalyst for improving your sleep patterns to leave you feeling rested and rejuvenated. And the good news just keeps on coming – if you pre-order today, until the product launch in September, you’ll receive a 10% discount. Win, win.

Price: $450 (until September)

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Leo is the owner of The Coolector and writes about the stuff he loves. And some stuff that he merely likes.