Sleep Number Introduces C1 Smartbed

Sleep Number Corp. has unveiled its new c1 smartbed, the brand’s best value. 

Sleep Number Corp. has unveiled its new C1 smartbed, the brand’s best value. 

Retailing at $999 in queen, the smartbed offers the same sleep technology and adjustable firmness as Sleep Number’s higher-end smartbeds.  

 “We are excited to introduce the C1 smartbed — and offer three of our smartbeds under $2,000 — to meet the needs of today’s value-conscious, scrutinizing consumer,” said Shelly Ibach, chair, president and CEO of the Minneapolis-based company. “Quality sleep is an essential part of everyone’s health and well-being. Only Sleep Number offers science-backed smartbeds that deliver unmatched benefits: individualized sleep for couples, digital health features, active and passive temperature control and adjustable firmness. We’ve strengthened our smartbed portfolio with a superior sleep innovation under $1,000 and are fulfilling our purpose to improve the health and well-being of society through higher quality sleep.” 

The c1 joins Sleep Number’s Classic Series smartbed collection, known for its affordable price points, according to a news release. Rounding out the Classic Series are the C2 smartbed ($1,299) and c4 smartbed ($1,899). 

Highlights of the c1 include: 

  •  A ceramic gel layer to help draw heat away – knowing that temperature is a common issue for sleepers, including 80% of couples who report that one or both partners sleep too hot or cold.   
  • Adjustability. Sleepers can choose their ideal firmness, and throughout the night, the smartbed delivers adjustability to keep both sleepers comfortable, according to the release. 
  • Personalized sleep health insights. By combining artificial intelligence and sleep science, the bed delivers insights for each sleeper each morning through the Sleep Number app.  
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