HoMedics’ New Product Combines Wellness and Home Decor

published Dec 5, 2021
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Taking care of your well-being is something that holds a lot of importance, especially during the winter months when dark nights and colder weather come into play. Regardless of the time of year, however, we have all been spending more time at home over the last two years, so it only makes sense that more and more companies are bringing out innovative products that combine home decor and wellness.

Introducing: the HoMedics drift, a sandscape table that’s both a stylish statement piece for the home and a meditation app. Place it anywhere—in the living room, bedroom, or even the office—and choose from hundreds of different mesmerizing patterns, colors, and speed options through the app that’s available on all iOS devices.

Once you’ve decided on your color and pattern, a small metal sphere will roll silently through the sound. There’s also the option of setting up a playlist on the app so you can create an uninterrupted sequence of mindful moments throughout the day.

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The drift is currently available in two sizes and sleek color options—16″ and 21″, and cream and black. Prices range from $349.99 to $449.99.

Customers have praised the drift, both on its appearance and impact on personal wellness.

“It effortlessly brings mindfulness and fun into our every day,” said one person, while another said that the drift is “more calming than their nightly glass of wine”.

“Day 5 with drift and I already feel so relaxed” another commented.

“Oh, I love it,” said another. “So relaxing!”

HoMedics is partnering with the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) to help address the critical need for individuals with mental health diagnoses to care for their mental and physical health. With every drift purchase, a portion of the proceeds will go to NAMI and their Hearts+Minds program.