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Do you sleep well? Do you lay in bed and fall mindlessly asleep? Lean in for a moment, can I share a secret with you. For the longest time, my kids have read me bedtime stories because when my body is comfortable in bed I automatically fall asleep.
While, I admit I fall asleep much quicker than most people, if the temperature is not right and I am cold, I’ll feel restless. I will toss and turn and lie awake wishing I could warm up enough to fall asleep. Just recently, I have found the perfect solution to my temperature problem. I now can sleep just like a baby in any season thanks to the Bedjet.
The Bedjet reminds me of a heater or an air conditioner for your bed’s covers, but it’s not quite the same, and will not replace the heater or ac unit in your home. The company states “The BedJet is a cooling, warming, climate comfort device for beds.”
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- BedJet uses the convective and evaporative method for keeping you cool in bed. The BedJet is NOT a portable AC unit. There is no Freon involved – so it’s NOT accurate to write “it blows cold air.”
- The BedJet pulls from the coolest air in the room – the room from the floor – and circulates it through your bedding to cool you off. This is incredibly effective for bedroom temperatures under 79 degrees.
- These are accurate descriptions: “The BedJet cools you by sending a quiet stream of air into your bed” or “The BedJet uses a stream of air to cool or warm you while you sleep.”
After using it for about two-weeks, I’ve concluded that It’s fantastic! It’s really one of those products I didn’t know I needed but, I’m so glad I have it.
Watch my product review above, listen to the pros and cons, and if it is something that you think will make your sleepless nights more restful, try it out.
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Make sure you feel comfortable. The temperature in the room is important. Do you prefer cool rooms or warm ones. If you have a significant other that feels the opposite about the room temperature the Bedjet provides a great compromise so you both can feel accommodated.
I tried the BedJet V2 & AirComforter out for about 2 weeks and it helped me sleep better.
- Pros about the bedjet – It works just as intended. The base unit provides personal climate control under your covers, easy set up, cozy for kids, the app provides more features and is easy to set up and use, there are 3 memory setting saving options. The app really helps take the product above and beyond the competition.
- Cons about the bedjet– You need two units in order to heat and cool at the same time. When using 2 base units that will need to be plugged into an outlet on the other side of the room. The bedjet itself takes up extra space. In fact, you need to have a minimum of about 7” clearance underneath. Lastly, there is a hum or blowing noise that comes from the heater / cooler. As mentioned in the video, it doesn’t bother me nor my husband, but it does exist so I thought it would be important to mention here.
- More details from Bedjet – After sharing what I love about the Bedjet and some of my concerns Bedjet wanted me to share the following points with my readers.
Regarding the size: “Due to it’s size/shape, the BedJet might not work with all bedroom aesthetics. Luckily, it fits underneath any size bed with 7” clearance underneath so it’s hidden from view. If your bed doesn’t have that, you can use the vertical mount accessory to store it neatly alongside your bed for a low profile.” Regarding the noise: “The BedJet is actually quieter than $400 Dyson fans and makes a noise similar to white noise machines that people actually pay for.” In addition, “The BedJet does make a noise, but it’s a background noise is similar to a white noise machine. It’s built with acoustic damping technology and the noise is similar to your household HVAC register.”
* Measured Ambient Room Noise (BedJet off): 37dB
* BedJet Cool, 50% (most typical highest setting for all night cooling): 38dB
* BedJet Cool, 100% (unlikely to be used other than short bursts): 42dB
* BedJet Heat, 50%: (most typical highest setting for all night heating): 39dB
* BedJet Heat, 100%: (unlikely to be used other than short bursts): 43dB
* BedJet Burst Heat 100% (can only be used for 10 minutes before auto-shuttoff): 47dB
* The medium settings are quieter than any bedroom window fan or air conditioner.
Clear out your space so you can relax. If you have too much stuff on your bed or a cluttered room, your body will not feel at peace. Clean up and get rid of some things.
Drown out the noise. Is your radio, TV, phone, iPod, etc too loud and distracting? Frankly, you’re room isn’t a great place to have a studio atmosphere. Instead, choose a different room because music (especially music with words) can stimulate your thoughts and keep you awake.
Snooze your phone. Alerts and calls throughout the night can disrupt your sleep. Thankfully, most phones allow you to mute notifications or turn on the “Do not Disturb Option.”
Develop a night routine that relaxes you. Great routines that work are a warm bath, meditation, book reading, warm milk, aromatherapy, prayer, etc.
What feature about the bedjet surprises you the most?
This post contains a sponsored product review and affiliate links. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own and may not reflect those of the sponsor company.
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