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    1. A cordless touch sensor LED table lamp with three dimmable lighting levels to let you set the mood for whatever ::wink wink:: you're doing.

    Promising Review: "Lamp is small but very useful. I love that it has a touch sensor and three light settings! It's also rechargeable β€” it comes with the USB cord. It's lightweight too, so it can be moved around. And most importantly the neck can be bent in all positions." β€”John Doe

    Get it from Amazon for $14.99.

    2. A gooseneck tablet and phone stand, because you should be able to lay in whatever position you want and Facetime all your friends.

    Promising Review: "For years I saw my wife watch her Korean dramas and Youtube videos in bed, lying on her side with her phone or iPad propped on a pillow! This was not comfortable or easy to move around if interrupted. Got her this and we like it so much I bragged about it and purchased another one for a family member!" β€”Z

    Get it from Amazon for $18.99 or from Walmart for $15.98. Available in two colors.

    3. A WiFi range extender so you can make the most out of your internet when you're curled up in bed binge-watching The Office for the 80th time.

    Promising Review: "I needed this to get a better signal in the upstairs master bedroom but had no idea what I was doing. Read all the reviews and finally decided to give this a try. Just plugged it in, pressed a button on my router and presto! It was done! If your router doesn't have that button, there are easy step by step directions. Nothing to it. Moved the repeater upstairs to the hallway, which is quite a distance from my router, and had a full strength Wi-Fi connection for the bedroom! It was easy and the price was certainly good." β€”Spyoki

    Get it from Amazon for $29.97 or from Walmart for $44.

    4. A USB powered LED light strip to bring a perfect amount of ambient lighting to your TV watching experience.

    Promising Review: "Easy to install. Lights provide ample lighting; USB allows lights to be a stand-alone fixture without tying up another wall socket. The USB interface also acts to turn the lights on and off with the TV. Backlighting also seems to make the screen seem sharper." β€”Shaun

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99+ or from Walmart for $12.54. Available in three sizes.

    5. A pair of plush, USB-charging heated slippers so that midnight trip to the bathroom doesn't feel like you're walking through an ice rink.

    Promising Review: "I LOVE THESE SLIPPERS! My feet are constantly cold, and these slippers heat up quickly and keep me nice and warm. I also like how cute they are. I have worn them for well over a month, and they work just as well as the first day. I wear a women's size seven and these slippers are roomy but still hug my feet. I believe they would fit people with larger feet as well." β€”Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $29.95.

    6. A Wi-Fi-enabled smart plug that'll let you control anything you plug in through your phone, Alexa, or Google Assistant.

    Promising Review: "Installation and Wi-Fi setup were pretty straightforward. Love being able to dim the LED lights in our bedroom. The dim slider in the app is great! It lets you dim the lights from 1% all the way to 100% with everything in between. Setting it up with Alexa was a little difficult but I'm not sure who to put the blame on for that. Once we got it working it works exactly how we expected and I couldn't be happier." β€”Mark M.

    Get it from Amazon for $34.75+ or from Walmart for $34.97.

    7. A smart headrest with a built-in sleep tracker, music player, alarm clock, and sleeping aid that'll play a specific sound and audio program to help enhance your sleep by modulating your brain activity in a totally safe way.

    Promising Review: "I ordered this because I have a hard time sleeping. It was very easy to set up. I love all the sleep mode options available to choose from; I use the deep sleep. I don't toss and turn like I use to. It even gives me feedback the morning after because it tracks my sleep history. I am very impressed so far." β€”James Emmert Hunt

    Get it from Amazon for $25.99.

    8. An Echo Dot for a discreet and hands-free way to voice-control every Alexa-capable product in your house β€” you can make calls, control your music, ask for random facts of information, order groceries...the list is endless.

    Promising Review: "A great bedside accessory! Wake up in the dark and can't see the clock without changing position? Ask, 'Alexa, what time is it?' Enter a dark bedroom groping for the nearest lamp? Say 'Alexa, turn bedroom lamp on.' If I have gotten all snug in bed and realize I forgot to turn the light across the room off, no need to get up again, I just say, 'Alexa, turn bedroom lamp off.' I have mine plugged into a good quality bedside speaker and if I'm having trouble dropping off to sleep I'll just say, 'Alexa, play George Winston.' If she's playing music and I don't recognize a piece I really like I'll just say, 'Alexa, what is this?' Oh, you can live a perfectly good life without an Echo Dot, but it sure is a nice upgrade." β€”C. Blom

    Get it from Amazon for $49.99. Available in two colors.

    9. A soothing LED nightlight that'll project relaxing water waves onto your ceiling, making it feel like you're living in tranquility under the ocean.

    Promising Review: "I am so pleased with this. I have an 18'x14' bedroom and I placed it on my nightstand and the whole ceiling was lit up. It is quiet and I just love it. So glad I found one that works. I tried a couple others and they were weak and didn't even reach the ceiling. This one is fantastic." β€”Kristy Q

    Get it from Amazon for $24.95.

    10. A Wi-Fi enabled light switch you can control from your phone, Alexa, or Google Assistant totally eliminating the need to get out of bed to turn off your lights when you're already all cozy.

    Promising Review: "If you like home automation as much as I do, these things are awesome. These can be controlled through Wi-Fi, a phone app, OR, and my favorite, with the Amazon Echo. I can turn on and off my bedroom lights just by saying, 'Alexa, turn on bedroom lamps.' BOOM! There is light. It's excellent when I'm walking into the bedroom with my hands full. Love it. The TP-LINK system is the best out there as far as being user-friendly and ease of set up." β€”m.patten

    Get it from Amazon for $39.99 or from Walmart for $62.26.

    11. An alarm clock with temperature displays, nap timers, and a time projector so you can always see exactly how late you are.

    Promising Review: "I started a new job and was looking for a reliable alarm clock that offered AM/FM so I could wake up the local classical station rather than some annoying buzzer. I bought this one and it's been an excellent alarm clock. I like that it has three dimmer settings: bright, medium and off. The laser hologram time is very cool too! The sound quality is pretty good for this little unit, even large-scale choral works sounded decent. The temperature read-out is a nice feature as well. All in all a solid alarm clock." β€”Kosmic Leo

    Get it from Amazon for $29.99 or from Jet for $29.99.

    12. A converter kit that'll turn your regular old boring blinds into smartphone-controlled ones you can remotely open or close, put on timers, and charge using solar power.

    Promising Review: "I was skeptical at first but after a week I'm still giddy every time they open and close. The install time was just under an hour, probably faster if you have any experience at all. It took me (a complete beginner) ten minutes just to get the blinds off the wall. While the first setup took me about 45 minutes, the second I installed took just about 15 minutes, after I knew how it worked. As a renter, getting brand new blinds with automation built in wasn't really an option. The Bluetooth connection is solid and only once did I need to reset my phone to repair it. The settings are basic, but fully cover what you would need. Also, after the initial set up and creating a schedule (open and sunrise, close at sunset) I only open the app when I'm showing off the features to friends." β€”Travis Trawick

    Get it from Amazon for $109.

    13. A remote-controlled robot equipped with a small tray just big enough to hold your remote control, fave book, or whatever else you may need so it can be carried to you by your very own butler.

    Promising Review: "This little robot is really awesome! It zooms around the room and is very entertaining! This product comes with the robot, the carrying tray it has the ability to hold, a kickstand, rechargeable batteries, remote controller (batteries not included), and the charger. Set up was pretty simple β€” install batteries, charge, take off charger turn robot and remote on, and get to playing. It only takes a couple of hours to charge the robot. When you turn it on, it balances itself on the two wheels. It goes into carrying mode β€” where it can carry items on the tray and can be controlled by gesture vs using the remote. It's decently fast. Overall, this robot is a blast and we are really enjoying it. It really does seem durable and has already withstood some crashes into table legs and walls." β€”Beth Upgold

    Get it from Amazon for $49.99 or from Jet for $49.

    14. A voice- or phone-controlled thermostat that'll learn your preferences based on the time of day and season and make sure your home is always the perfect temperature.

    Promising Review: "I waited too long to get one of these. It works perfectly and looks beautiful. It seems to be more accurate than a mechanical thermostat. I have a big house and the bedroom is very far from the thermostat. I love that I can adjust it from my iPad at my bedside. I like that there are lots of supporting 'works with Nest' products out there as well. The programming is simple and intuitive. I always put off programming my old thermostat because it was such a pain." β€”Tim Lavrouhin

    Get it from Amazon for $235.87+ or from Walmart for $214.79. Available in three finishes.

    15. A smartphone controlled LED bulb you can dim, change colors, and set to a timer so that it wakes you up like the morning sun β€” even if your wake up time is before said sun.

    Promising Review: "Does everything it advertises. I use it in my bedroom for soft lighting to wake up to and go to sleep to. I use the sunrise timer, which really does help me wake up in the morning. Played with it a bit when we first got it and loved the other aspects of it as well β€” all the colors, the fade from one color to the next, etc. And the programming is in the bulb, not stored on the cell phone (once it's programmed, you don't have to keep it connected to the cell phone)." β€”M. Rinehart

    Get it from Amazon for $35.95.

    16. A mattress cover capable of warming up your bed and tracking your sleep patterns so you can make the most out of the few hours of shut-eye you're able to get.

    Promising Review: "I ordered it last January and absolutely love it! I had been looking at several different sleep trackers, most of which required you to wear something to bed which I wasn’t interested in doing. It also tracks both sides individually so both you and your partner can see your sleep patterns. It offers integration with IFTTT as well as several other home automation software. The warming function is awesome! My wife is always cold and I’m always hot; it lets her turn just her side on so we are both comfortable. Definitely, recommend this product!" β€”Jeremy

    Get it from Amazon for $279+ or from Walmart for $279+. Available in four sizes.

    17. A compact three-in-one air purifier to filter out all those allergens and pollutants that make sleeping peacefully a bit of a challenge.

    Promising Review: "From the packaging to the documents that come with the machine, you can tell that this is a quality built purifier right out of the box. It was extremely easy to set up and I could honestly see/feel a difference in the air in my room. Love this little guy!" β€”C. Pomeleo

    Get it from Amazon for $83.90.

    18. A wireless smoke and carbon monoxide detector that'll send alerts to your phone when it senses a problem.

    Promising Review: "I have one in each bedroom and in the hallways. They've functioned wonderfully in the year I've had them up. I've never had any actual smoke even to trigger them, but one time I did take a particularly hot and steamy shower and the alarm in the hallway outside of the bathroom sounded a pre-warning in which a voice stated that an alarm could be sounding shortly. But the Nest obviously realized there was no threat and never alerted. That sort of advanced notice of a blaring alarm is a welcome feature. I hope I never have to see how well these work as fire alarms, but until then I'm very happy with how they look and how they function." β€”C. Cantrall

    Get it from Amazon for $118.98 or from Jet for $119.

    19. An alarm clock to simulate the sunrise, so waking up (at any time) feels totally natural.

    Promising Review: "I'm a reluctant waker, and this light has been a treasure. The gentle brightening light really does bring you to awareness gradually so that by the time the inevitable happens and the alarm sounds you're mostly ready. I can't sing the praises of it enough. You'll wonder how you woke up before you got it." β€”Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $49.99 or from Walmart for $61.19.

    20. A home sensor system that'll consistently monitor the air quality of your home so you can always know what you're breathing in when you're trying to sleep.

    Learn more at Koto.

    21. A six-sound noise machine for a gentle and soothing soundtrack to put you right to sleep.

    Promising Review: "Love this sound machine. It gives you the option of a timer (where it auto shuts off after 30, 45, or 60 minutes) or just constant noise. Perfect for a baby who wakes up in the middle of the night and needs a little noise to help coax them back to sleep!" β€”C.Tyler

    Get it from Amazon for $19.99 or from Jet for $19.99.

    22. A smart mattress that'll track your sleep patterns, act as an alarm clock, heat up or cool down depending on your preferences, and works with your Amazon Alexa.

    Get it from Eight starting at $699+ or from Walmart for $628+. Available in four sizes.

    23. A vibrator you (or whoever you want) can control through your phone.

    Promising Review: "Amazing. Powerful. The phone app is great. It will lose connection from time to time, but nothing crazy. Make sure your location is on. My 'friend' lives over an hour away and this is really great for those relationships. We even video. And the remote works well." β€”Mr.'s pet

    Get it from Amazon for $110 (available in four colors).

    24. And a 65" 4K ultra HD TV with Wi-Fi and smart capabilities β€” it also just so happens to only weigh about four pounds and be so thin it has to be mounted to your wall because it is literally like wallpaper.

    Promising Review: "Great TV, putting OLED technology to use! Take that Samsung. The black pixels on the TV are darker than my future and it's really REALLY thin. Handle with care though, as it is expensive and it is sharp." β€”Choudhry

    Get it from Amazon for $7,585.

    The reviews for this post have been edited for length and clarity.

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