Orla is a $149 device that helps you sleep better by emitting scents into the air

At CES, there are always a massive amount of odd little devices that are unveiled and the Orla is no exception. But the story of Orla doesn't start this year but instead begins with the company's first product, the unusual but inventive alarm clock that offered a selection of pleasant aromas, such as peppermint or espresso, to wake up snoozers. Utilizing a similar technology, the folks at Sensorwake are back at it again, creating a device that will offer you a better night's sleep.

The Orla utilizes the "the power of scents" to hopefully get people a better night's rest. Using special "sleep enhancing fragrances" produced by fragrance and flavors crafter Givaudan, the Orla is able to emit fragrances into the air while you sleep that help you relax and fall asleep faster and also maintain a deep sleep cycle for a better quality of rest.

The two chosen scents were elaborated to resonate with moments linked to our emotions, our childhood to favor a peaceful relaxation. The first one releases aromas of powdered rose, peach and pear, with notes of talc and musk that makes it reassuring. The second perfume evokes fresh linen with notes of soap and sandalwood, it is a more milky and familiar scent.

The Orla requires two scent capsules that have to be replaced every two months, but pricing on these capsules has not yet been disclosed. The Oria is expected to be available sometime during the summer of 2017 and will be priced at $149. If you are interested, you can currently sign-up to become a beta tester for the product, where if chosen, you will be gifted a free unit.

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Source: Sensorwake

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