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With the Smart base 3M you can electrically adjust the back part, foot section and head section. This Smart base offers the most comfort of all Smart bases. For an optimal sitting position, you can also adjust the head end, allowing your neck muscles to relax completely. So you do not need that extra pillow behind your head for extra comfort.
All our electrically adjustable bases are "Smart". They do much more than just provide good ventilation and support. For example, you never have to lie awake again because of your snoring partner...
All our electrically adjustable bases are "Smart". They do much more than just provide good ventilation and support. For example, you never have to lie awake again because of your snoring partner thanks to the anti-snoring function. They also provide a smart alarm clock that wakes you up quietly when you sleep the lightest and allows you to connect the bed to all the other smart devices in the house.
As soon as the Auping Smart base app hears that you are snoring, the mesh base moves for a moment or the head end of your bed rises slightly. This allows you to breathe freely again. And it's nice and quiet again in the bedroom.
Instead of that annoying wake-up tune, your head end rises quietly at the moment you sleep the lightest. That's what wakes you up.
A good night's sleep starts with a nice bed and mattress, of course, but there is more to it than that. The right sleeping temperature and the lighting in your bedroom, for example, are also very important for a good night's sleep. So use Athom Homey to connect your bed to your Sonos speaker, your Philips Hue lamp or other smart devices in your room and feel the difference.
You can operate the Auping Smart base easily with your smartphone or tablet. You can operate two bed bases with the accompanying Auping Connect app and you no longer need a separate remote control for different devices. The memory function remembers your favourite settings. This is convenient, because you only need to set up your bed properly once.
Back in 1888, Johannes Albertus Auping was a hard-working blacksmith in Deventer, who did not shy away from any challenge. When the director of a hospital asked him for a ventilating bed, he created a...
Back in 1888, Johannes Albertus Auping was a hard-working blacksmith in Deventer, who did not shy away from any challenge. When the director of a hospital asked him for a ventilating bed, he created a woven mesh mattress. He did this by attaching iron wires to the cutting plate of a bean mill, and then rotating it along an axis. This resulted in a beautiful braiding piece. Later on, he ensured that the bed base became flexible.
Big improvements sometimes come in small steps. In 1963, for example, the steel wire was no longer stretched lengthwise, but widthwise. This change in turn led to the invention of adjustable bed bases at Auping.