While Casper is mostly known for its memory foam mattresses and other bed-related goods, the company has come out with its first smart gadget: a bedside light that helps you wind down for the evening.
For $89 (or $179 for a pair), the Glow, as it’s called, is a HomePod-shaped glowing bedside lamp of sorts that slowly dims down in the evenings to tell your brain and body that it’s time for bed. Then in the mornings, it slowly picks up the brightness and simulates a sunrise in order to wake you up more naturally.
You can control it from your phone, or do it manually on the lamp itself. What’s cool is that all you have to do is flip over the lamp to begin the 45-minute dim down sequence. You can also twist the lamp to brighten or dim the light whenever you need to, thanks to an internal gyroscope. If you have more than one Glow lamp, you can even sync them up.
The Glow is also battery powered, so you can take it with you on your late-night bathroom trips. And since it’s battery powered, it comes with a base station that you simply set the lamp on to begin charging it. So good.