Managed via mobile app, Dreampad plays any selection of music or restful sounds selected by the user. Soft, lush and flexible enough for stomach, side or back sleeping, Dreampad is designed to reduce stress and usher in sleep. As a SleepScore Validated product, it delivers sound through gentle vibration that only the user can hear, so you won’t disturb your partner.
Patented Vibrational Sound System (only you can hear) embedded in the pillow
Play music wirelessly through Bluetooth receiver or connect using the 6-foot extension cable
Companion app, available on Android and Apple, features 10 songs engineered specifically for deep sleep, volume and play time control, and alarm
Ability to play user's music of choice
100% cotton shell; zippered mini pocket
20” length x 28” width x 7.5″ height
A better way to listen
The Dreampad's patented vibrational sound system and proprietary music make this a completely different - and more effective - experience than listening to music through a sound machine or traditional speaker.
Download Dreampad Music App
Connect your smartphone to Dreampad Pillow
Play Dreampad Music
Rest and relax!
From a SleepScore Labs Study:
Overall, 72% of users felt Dreampad improved their sleep.
84% of users felt Dreampad helped them relax.
Users reported falling asleep 7 minutes faster when using Dreampad.
In users who had the most difficulty falling asleep, SleepScore Labs sleep monitor measurements showed higher Body Scores, slightly more deep sleep, and fewer awakenings when using Dreampad.
What study participants said:
"The concept of not needing earphones or exterior sound source was great. I have used my speakers in the past for music to sleep by and it did not work nearly as good as the built-in speakers of the pillow."
"I liked that the sound was not overwhelming and that only I could hear it. My partner could not."
"I look forward to using it in the evening. The sound quality is very good and the pillow is comfortable."
"Overall, it did help me get to sleep faster and stay asleep. The relaxing sounds helped encourage my body to fall in to slumber. Also, the number of times I would wake during the night decreased noticeably. Even if I had less hours to sleep than usual, I would often feel more rested than expected."