So these Bose Sleepbuds might not actually stop you or anyone you know from snoring but they do promise to cancel the noise around you when you’re asleep – this includes snoring and dogs barking.

Bose acquired Hush, a company that had previously developed smart noise-cancelling earbuds, and hopes to relaunch the noise-masking buds using a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo.

The redesigned Sleepbuds work by masking noise with soothing sounds that facilitate sleep, are wireless and come with a case that is good for one complete recharge to last you through the night.

If you’re worried you’ll miss your alarm in the morning with these in your ears – don’t be. The sleep buds work with any alarm you set in the Bose sleep app.

The crowdfunding campaign has been a success so far with all price tiers sold out with 14 days left and almost $500,000 raised from only a few thousand backers. The Bose Sleepbuds will begin to ship out in February 2018.

The Verge tested the original Hush earbuds at CES 2016 which you can check out in the video below.

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