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Sleep, meet Technology
Unlock your sleep potential
We are a sleep technology company, unlocking the full potential of sleep. We use technology as our weapon to solve the problem of sleep deprivation, and in the process bring about the biggest evolution that sleep has seen in the last 300 years.
Why a smart
The award-winning Eight Smart Mattress is currently used by over 20,000 people to understand their sleep and maximize recovery.
It's a mattress unlike any other, an innovative sleep experience that uses comfort and technology to help you achieve your goals.
How it all started
Tired of battling with restless nights for years, we wondered why humans struggle with sleep. It became evident that products in the market were outdated and do nothing to actually optimize sleep. So we built Eight, to change sleep forever and for better.
the ideal number of hours you should sleep every night
We are not just another mattress company. We are a technology company. At Eight, we believe that technology can measure, understand, and optimize the way you sleep for the ultimate goal of a healthy and happier life.
Meet our Scientific Advisors
Dr. Strickhold is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and Director at the Center for Sleep and Cognition. His research seeks to describe the nature of cognition during sleep.
Dr. Heller is a Professor of Biology at Stanford, where his research has focused on the neurobiology of sleep, circadian rhythms and human exercise physiology.
Dr. Rapoport is a Professor of Medicine, Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine at Mount Sinai. He has a long standing interest in the physiology of sleep disordered breathing and has accumulated a body of research on the topic.
Dr. Gehrman is an assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of Medicine. He has used clinical research to study cognitive behavioral intervention for sleep disorders.
Dr. Koo is the director of the Yale Center for Restless Legs Syndrome and is interested in the intersection between neurology and sleep medicine.