A) Ready to take on the world!
B) Ready to tell your boss you’ve come down with anthrax and go back to sleep for eight hours
If you answered A, you may stop reading now and continue your race up the career ladder. (PS: We hate you.)
If, however, you’re a normal human being and you answered B, then help is at hand.
The Sleeptracker is a device you strap around your wrist when you go to bed. It monitors your sleep cycles and detects those moments when you’re sleeping lightly — what Sleeptracker calls “your best waking moments.” (As if.)
Then it buzzes gently, you rise refreshed and get to work without losing your temper at the surly art student behind the counter at your local coffeehouse. (But where’s the fun in that?)
There are two Sleeptracker models: Standard ($149) and Pro ($179). The Pro has a vibrating alarm option and a function that lets you review your night’s sleeping pattern. (Restless, calm, “Do not resuscitate,” etc.)
The Sleeptracker was invented by Lee Loree, who quit his job as a stockbroker and spent five years collaborating with software designers and industrial engineers to perfect his device.
Bet you 20 bucks he’d answer A to our pop quiz.