Chilipad : An Alternative To Electric Blankets

17 Jan

It’s Not An Electric Blanket

To get a good night sleep the best heat range is below 75 degrees but above 54 degrees. Many of us just focus on the cooler heat range and use a electric blanket. However, you could be saving money by using the ChiliPad both during summer season and winters also.

A Chilipad is better than a Electric blanket because you can use it during summer season and winter. The Chilipad is a controlled system with both heating and cooling capabilities. When you use a electric blanket it lays on you. With the Chilipad you lay on it. That because the Chilipad falls under the mattress pad category.

The Chilipad is adjustable with heat ranging from 68 degrees to 118 degrees. The large Chilipads have dual zone controls to set different heat on the right and left. Now, you and your spouse can enjoy different temperatures.

Working Of Chilipad

The Chilipad uses water verses air to manage the heat range.  It’s very similar to the technology used with computer.  The water goes throughout the coils system heating based on your temperatures settings.

Using the Chilipad could save your funds. During the hot summer and the cool winter night time you can set your house heat range lower/higher and depend on direction temperature control from the Chilipad.  Just think how much cash you could save if you could turn your house’s heat range up or down a few degrees.  The Chilipad works on a portion of the cost of an air condition or heaters.  And best of all, its quiet.  You can purchase the right Chilipad to fit your bed.  The Chilipad comes in the many dimensions.

Chilipad Sizes

The Chilipad comes in the following sizes:

  • Chilipad California King with Dual Controls
  • Chilipad Regular King with Dual controls
  • Chilipad Queen
  • Chilipad Full
  • Chilipad Twin XL
  • Chilipad Twin

 

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