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Enhance Your Sleep in a Cool and Hot Way

Chilipad, Sleeping, Cooldown

Photos Credit: ChiliPad

So many facets of life are affected by maintaining a healthy sleep schedule. You’ll look healthier, younger, maintain energy better, focus better, and much more. We often spend a lot on air conditioning, blankets, down comforters, pillows, heating, and other purchasable luxuries to make our sleeping hours more enjoyable, and here is another item to add to your list. Chili Technology’s ChiliPad Cube has innovated the temperature control of your bed, and JustLuxe is here to tell you how.

ChiliPad, Mattress, Cooling, Heating

The ChiliPad is a water-based cooling and heating system designed to lay across the top of your mattress, enabling you to govern your bed’s temperature from a simple remote control. They come in varying sizes for different mattresses and are functional all year-round. During the cold season, it’s quite the luxury feeling to pre-warm your bed before climbing in. Once you’re in the warmer seasons of the year, cooling off your sheets before going to sleep is amazing. Going deeper than pre-conditioning your hibernation domain is the feature of keeping your sleeping temp regulated for those of us who produce more body heat or far less body heat than normal.

Chilipad, mattress, heating, cooling

The only maintenance to the system is keeping it topped off with water through a cap on top. It makes minimal noise, and stays running until you change it from the remote. It covers a range of 55°F - 110°F, which is plenty to keep you comfy. Check out the Chilipad if you’re looking to enhance your repose realm.

Brandon Driver

Coming from a background in the digital financial sector, Brandon Driver loves learning and writing about the latest in technology and science, especially as it relates to the high-end market and eco-friendly scene. He also covers events, people, places and the best news in the affluent world. With a talent for words, a double Bachelor's degree and a passion for New Media, Driver reports in from L...(Read More)

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