This Smart Duvet Is Here To Save Your Relationship
This bedding will end all temperature-based arguments while we sleep
Listen up, people — smart beds are here to save our relationships and make it even easier to achieve the perfect hot-to-cold ratio while we slumber.
Smartduvet, the company that gave us the self-making bed is BACK baby –and its latest invention promises not to disappoint. Their Indiegogo “Breeze” campaign has funded a dual climate-controlled comforter. You heard that right. It replaces stealing covers from your partner, throwing covers off your partner, or strategically volleying your sweaty, sleeping toddler back and forth all night like a ping pong ball.
And have no fear; its latest technology still works with the self-making feature.
According to their creators, the Breeze doesn’t replace your existing bedding, “it simply makes them better,” by way of a “climatization layer” that goes between the duvet and the duvet cover, connecting to a control box under the bed. Not only does it still make the bed for you, “the Breeze allows you to set your preferred temperature individually for each side of the bed.”
Smartduvet says their new temperature controls will help you “avoid all future arguments about temperature.” You simply set each side of the bed to heat up or cool down through an app. based on how you like to sleep and voila, you just bought yourself a happy marriage. No word on whether the duvet also helps your husband find what he is looking for right in front of his stupid face or load the dishwasher properly, but hey, it’s a start.
Gone are the days of having to throw a foot out which everyone knows was, prior to the Breeze, the most scientific way to achieve the perfect hot to cold ratio while you sleep (which you will still did even though that monster under your bed could reach out at any moment and grab it. Because you are brave.)
For around $200, the Breeze provides the ultimate in sleep technology and does away with arguments over how many covers need to be on your bed or fighting over the thermostat. And people are pumped — the project has been funded over 713 percent over their original $20,000 goal.
We still have to get through the summer with our lame old duvets which now seem surprisingly subpar, but now we have one more thing to look forward to in September besides our kids going back to school — when it begins shipping to waiting backers.
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