The idea of zLight was invented by Mark Zuckerberg for his wife Priscilla to ensure her a better sleep.
It’s a proof of true love and appreciation of being a mom.
How it works
It sits on your nightstand, and between the set hours it emits a very faint light, visible enough that if mom sees it she’ll know it’s an okay time to get the kids, but faint enough that the light won’t wake her up if she’s still sleeping.
And since it doesn’t show the time, if she wakes up in the middle of the night, she knows to just go back to sleep without having to worry about what time it is.
According to the Zucklight’s page, the box can be controlled in conjunction with an app, that lets users control timings, brightness, and the colour of the light. Some versions of the box (it comes in “lite,” “plus,” and “pro”) contain a wireless charger for smartphones. Early bird pricing for the Zucklight starts at $29, just under half the expected retail price of $60.The entrepreneur behind the Zucklight is called Greg Hovannisyan, who told CNBC that he’s had no contact with Zuckerberg himself. “Mark [Zuckerberg] is not affiliated with Zucklight in any way. We loved his idea, developed it even more and brought it to life,” said Hovannisyan.
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