Bose launches sleepbuds to replace noise with soothing sounds |

Bose launches sleepbuds to replace noise with soothing sounds

Bose sleepbuds

These wireless earbuds dampen the sounds that can keep you awake while feeding soothing tones into your ears.

Neighborhood noise, snoring partner, household activities. They can keep you from getting a thorough night of sleep.

Speaker icon Bose has put noise-masking technology into plugs that sit in your ears while you drift off.

The devices don’t play music but offer a choice of 10 soothing sounds for masking or relaxing.

Bose claims they are snug and comfortable to wear, even for you side sleepers.

Will you oversleep due to not hearing your alarm? Relax, these have an alarm built in that only you can hear so your partner can continue dozing.

Expect to get two nights of service from the rechargable batteries. The case doubles as a charger on the go.

There’s an app that lets you fine-tune the experience.

If better sleep is worth $250, go ahead and order a set of these sleepbuds.

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