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This smart sleep light could help you finally get a good night's rest

Hatch Restore is here to help you catch some Z's

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Falling asleep can be a challenge—and getting a restful night’s sleep can be just as hard. Maybe you’ve tried sleep masks or bought new bed pillows in search of a solid night of sleep, but there’s a new sleep solution from Hatch that might be able to help.

What is Hatch Restore?

Hatch Restore
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Hatch was designed by sleep experts and outfitted with features to help "promote restorative sleep," according to the company.

Hatch Restore, which was unveiled at CES in Las Vegas, is an all-in-one nightlight and sleep aid that claims to help people sleep better and was designed by sleep experts. Restore aims to help adults “fall asleep, stay asleep and wake up more naturally,” according to the company. It can easily be controlled with the device's companion app, but you can also control it via buttons on the top if you’d rather go screen-free before bed.

And, it’s small enough to fit on your nightstand, so you can wake up with a light that mimics the sun rising, as well as create customized sleep routines. Restore also functions as a sound machine, incorporating soothing tones like white noise, water, and wind to listen to while you drift off into a deep sleep. It also works as reading light and displays a rainbow of colors for certain periods of time to help you with controlled breathing exercises.

This is the first product from Hatch marketed toward helping adults sleep better. The company has previously manufactured the Hatch Baby Rest and the Hatch Rest+, both of which I’ve owned and tested. We currently use the Hatch Rest+ as a nightlight, sound machine, and clock (which is displayed on the front) to help my daughter know when it’s time to get out of bed in the morning.

When is Hatch Restore available?

Hatch Restore
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You can change the color of Restore via the Hatch app or by tapping on the top of the light.

Given the fact that one in three adults don’t get enough sleep, the Restore is setting itself up to be a promising option for anyone who is looking for a more restful nightly snooze. Restore should be available at popular retailers where Hatch is currently sold when it launches in early 2020, but you can join the waitlist now on the Hatch website. It's expected to cost under $150.

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