Smart home devices are becoming increasingly popular around the world for a good reason. Their popularity stems from their ability to change and improve the way people live as well as turning homes into small tech worlds.
Right from popular brands powered by Amazon and Google to small brands, smart devices are slowly taking over. Check out some of the devices you may never have heard off but sure to address a problem you didn’t know existed.
Smart Toilet: Numi from Kohler
Gone are the days when you just entered a washroom, did your business, and got out. Smart toilet Numi from Kohler is slowly revolutionizing the toilet experience. This whirlpool of technology offers a one of a kind comfort in the small room.
A motion-activated cover is what welcomes when you as you draw near. A heated seat designed to take away all those cold experiences that people have while seating on normal toilets is also on offer. The smart toilet also comes with a retractable multi-function bidet as well as an air dryer and deodorizer to get rid of those bad odors.
Added functionalities include fancy lights and Bluetooth speakers for enhancing the vibe inside the small room. A dockable touch screen means you can flush the toilet from afar. If you think this is what you need for a one of a kind toilet experience, then be ready to spend in the upwards of $6,500.
Smart Bed: Sleep Number 360 smart mattresses
Good night sleep is paramount to a healthy living and what a better way to achieve the same than with a smart bed. That said, Sleep Number 360 smart mattresses is increasingly changing how people spend their quality time at night. The smart bed, which goes for $3,200, tracks nightly sleeping patterns and makes firmness adjustments for a comfortable sleep. It is also able to make foot temperature adjustments.
The smart bed sends a report every morning to a connected smartphone showing how a person slept. The data can thus be used to cure any insomnia or provide insights on some of the adjustments needed for good night sleep.
Smart Toothbrush: Oral-B Genius Pro 8000
If you are having problems or issues with the way you go about brushing your teeth, then Oral-B Gneiys Pro 8000 might as well be what you need. The smart toothbrush is designed to ensure optimal brushing of the teeth as it connects with a smartphone via Bluetooth to ensure all areas are properly addressed.
The fact that the app provides real-time updates ensures that you don’t miss any spot while brushing your teeth. Likewise, it comes with a smart pressure sensor that slows down the brush speed to prevent bleeding or damage to the gums. If this is what you need, then be ready to spend in the upwards of $180.
Smart Toaster: Breville Die-Cast 2-Slice Smart Toaster
Are you struggling to make a perfect toast? Well, you don’t have to worry anymore as Breville Die-Cast 2-Slice Smart Toaster is here to address all your worries. The smart toaster does what your old toaster cannot do. With 1-touch automation, the toaster will lower your bread with care regulate the toasting time to ensure nothing is burnt as is often the case with other toasters.
The smart toaster also comes with a lift and look feature that lets users check their toasts without interrupting the toasting cycle.
Ecobee smart thermostat
Ecobee smart thermostat is a smart home device that lets you control home heating and air condition by word of mouth or by using a mobile app. The smart thermostat sets itself apart on the fact that it comes with a remote temperature sensor that can read the ambient temperature in any room and make adjustments.
“Every home we have sold in the last month was equipped with a smart thermostat, this seems to be a standard now”. – Chance Realty
A remote sensor makes it possible to adjust the temperature in one room based on conditions in another room. In addition, Ecobee smart thermostat also works well with voice assistants such as Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. The fact that it can operate as an echo speaker means you can play music through it or connect it to act as Alexa extender.
While most smart devices seem unnecessary, all of them serve a specific need, which is addressing real-life problems. If you have a problem, you can decide to solve it the normal way or fork out some money and let modern technology solve the problem with some level of efficiency.
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