Trunki founder Rob Law unveils Zeepy

Founder of Trunki, Rob Law, has launched a new product into the children’s sleep category.

Zeepy is a new sleep clock, which was created by Rob and his younger brother, Dave, following their own journey with sleepless nights and bedtime challenges with their five children.

Zeepy features soothing sleep podcasts with engaging stories which guide little ones into sleep, fostering emotional wellbeing, while promoting relaxation. The device also offers research based sleep guides, with advice from leading sleep experts for enriching sleep routines.

Tools designed to integrate sleep science into bedtime are also included, making the device into a bedtime companion for children.

The clock uses an amber light, known for gentle, sleep promoting qualities which won’t disrupt the natural sleep cycle. Zeepy is available currently in two designs – Kip the Kitty and Slumber the Sloth.

In a LinkedIn post, Rob wrote: “Zeepy is on a mission to transform bedtime from a challenge into a cherished moment, for kids and parents alike. It’s about bringing families together, turning night into a time of peace, and fostering healthy sleep habits that last a lifetime.”

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