Sleep Number debuts next-gen 360 Smart Bed at CES 2022

The new Sleep Number 360 smart bed on a cream colored faux leather frame and placed in a dark bedroom
(Image credit: Sleep Number)

Smart mattress manufacturer Sleep Number has unveiled its latest upgrades to the award-winning 360 Smart Bed range at CES 2022, including the ability to detect potential sleep problems such as insomnia and sleep apnea. 

Using a range of integrated sensors, the new Sleep Number 360 Smart Bed aims to ‘proactively monitor and improve an individual’s sleep and health over time, responding to their changing needs through evolving life stages’. In short, Sleep Number is positioning itself as the smart bed you can grow old with.

According to Sleep Number, the revamped 360 Smart Bed monitors your general wellness and sleep health, and generates real-time suggestions to help you sleep better. At CES the company also said that over time, and with more learning, the smart bed’s AI will be able to detect ‘abnormal events’ and alert you when something is amiss. 

There’s a lot of buzz around the 360 Smart Bed’s potential ability to alert users to their risk of developing insomnia or sleep apnea, and other health conditions, but the brand doesn't have FDA clearance for these, meaning its a future goal. This is a big leap, even for one of the best mattress brands for integrated sleep tracking, so we're curious to see what happens here.

Here’s what we know so far about the new Sleep Number 360 Smart Bed…

New Sleep Number 360 Smart Bed: price, release date

Image shows the new Sleep Number 360 Smart Bed, due for release in 2023

(Image credit: Sleep Number)

The new Sleep Number 360 Smart Bed was unveiled at CES 2022, but you won’t be able to purchase it until 2023. Gutting, right? It's priced from $1,099, which puts it at the lower end compared to the cost of the brand’s other sleep tracking mattresses.

Sleep Number has also announced a range of smart bedroom furniture (no pricing available yet) to accompany the new 360 Smart Bed. These include mobility aids to help people who may need assistance getting in and out of bed. 

The star of Sleep Number’s smart furniture show looks like an extra-tall headboard and surround with built-in shelves, but there’s more than meets the eye here. It’s designed with ambient lighting to support your circadian rhythm (your internal body clock), plus individual white noise and noise reduction tech to block out noisy neighbours and other sleep killers.

Sleep Number 360 Smart Bed 2022: Features

The new 360 Smart Bed builds on the benefits of the existing Sleep Number smart mattress range, while promising next-gen slumber and wellness tracking. It's focused on being accessible to all, but you’ll have to buy the accompanying bedroom mobility aids to get the most out of that. 

“An individual’s sleep health needs change throughout their life, and as people undergo milestones, they need solutions that help them live healthy, independent lives,” said Annie Bloomquist, Chief Innovation Officer at Sleep Number. “Learning from over 13 billion hours' worth of proprietary sleep data, our newest 360 smart beds will support sleep health at every stage.”

Image shows the Sleep Number 360 p5 Smart Bed with a grey fabric headboard

(Image credit: Sleep Number)

Milestones here include pregnancy and ageing, but Sleep Number also has its eye on pinpointing your future risk of developing sleep issues such as insomnia. 

That data was used to create "high-tech textiles, antimicrobial components and graphite infused foam." The latter is nothing new – many of the best cooling mattresses and cool mattress toppers already use graphite – but it’s still a welcome addition for sleepers who always suffer from broken sleep because they overheat in bed.

It gets better for hot sleepers too, as the new Sleep Number 360 Smart Bed actively monitors body temperature to create ‘microclimates’, in addition to tilting the bed to improve airflow by elevating your head slightly. 

You’ll find foot warming, snoring detection and general sleep tracking (how much and for how long) here too.

Smart beds are expensive, but if you’re keen to see how the pinnacle of smart mattress tech can boost your shut-eye, the Sleep Number 360 Smart Bed is worth considering when it arrives in 2023 (priced from $1,099).

Can’t wait that long? Then the current-gen Sleep Number 360 Smart Bed range is available now, with prices from $899 for the c2 Smart Bed at Sleep Number. You'll have 100 nights to try it out at home, and it comes with a 15-year warranty.

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Claire Davies
Senior Sleep Editor, Certified Sleep Science Coach

Claire Davies is Tom's Guide's mattress expert and main sleep product tester with over 15 years' product review experience, and she is responsible for all mattress and sleep coverage on the site. A qualified journalist, Sleep Editor and Certified Sleep Science Coach, Claire writes about all things related to sleep, from mattress reviews to the latest sleep techniques and research. Claire has interviewed a wealth of experts, from mattress designers and innovators to neuroscientists and doctors of sleep medicine. Before taking on the role of Sleep Editor, Claire worked as Health & Wellness Editor at Top Ten Reviews, and before that was a Senior Content Editor at T3. Claire is super-passionate about how consistent, good quality sleep can boost our physical and mental wellbeing, and would love to hear from PRs and brands regarding sleep products, services and research that can help our readers sleep better than ever. 

  • Kiwikid4of5

    Thanks for your article on the Sleep Number 360. I also watched the Sleep Number youtube video's that have been posted. I can assure you that I strive and appreciate a great nights sleep and may well replace my current mattress with a Sleep Number the next time around.
    I am waiting for the industry to increase their focus on the impact of food consumption before bed has on sleep quality. Unilever has partnered with both Microba and Holobiome which I find encouraging.
    Maybe check out the sleep-friendly snacks that are soon to be launched in hotels across America?