BedJet is introducing a whole new way of heating and cooling a bed at the summer Las Vegas Market with the debut of the BedJet bedding comfort system. The BedJet is a proactive bed cooling, heating and climate control system, providing users near instant control of their sleep temperature.
The BedJet’s patent pending DirectConvect air technology is capable of warming the bedding of a king size bed to the feel of a hot towel just out the dryer in a mere 180 seconds. The BedJet-powered cooling and ventilation instantly disperses accumulated body moisture and heat from the bed, cooling users faster than a standard air conditioner.
Temperature is one of the foremost causes of lost sleep and this system solves that problem, delivering instant relief to those suffering from night sweats or bedtime hot flashes. Using an intuitive bedside remote control, users can operate the BedJet their smartphones and tablets. The sophisticated BedJet software app uses a Bluetooth connection, allowing intelligent programming, dispatch and control based on their comfort preferences—users can even program the BedJet to wake them up in the morning with a cold blast of air as an alarm.
“The BedJet is the most powerful and technologically advanced temperature management technology ever released for the bedding and sleep comfort market,” said Mark Aramli, inventor of the technology. “Engineers, medical device technologists and sleep doctors from four countries have collaborated on its design and development. Sleep science is more and more correlating deep and restful sleep to proper bed temperature regulation and the BedJet offers an industry unique solution.” Aramli has previously held engineering responsibilities supporting the heating, cooling and climactic comfort systems of the NASA space suit used by astronauts during space walks.
The BedJet system is easily installed in minutes with any bed size, mattress type and existing bedding—it does not require any special mattress foam toppers, wires or tubes. The low profile system fits under nearly any frame or at the foot of the bed. An optional dual zone accessory allows couples to enjoy different temperature preferences for each half of the bed using independent remote controls. The DirectConvect air technology on the BedJet also includes patent pending acoustic dampeners, enabling the system operate at a near silent level, quieter than any room air conditioner or window fan.
“We are very excited to present the BedJet to the retail community at the Las Vegas Home Show,” Aramli said. “We applaud the mattress industry’s developments with mattress gel technologies, cooling gel foams and improved ventilation designs, but none of these passive thermal management approaches can match the active electric powered cooling or heating luxury experience of the BedJet.”