Users control the Bedjet using either an included RF remote, or a dedicated app on their smartphone
The Bedjet can be placed under the bed if there's room – just be sure to clean out any dust bunnies first
The Bedjet blows either heated or room temperature air between the sheets
A receptacle inserted under the mattress holds the hose in place, while a flattened angled nozzle directs the air stream
At this time of year, those of us living in the northern reaches of the planet once again struggle with a recurring First World problem – getting into a bed that has cold sheets. People located farther south, meanwhile, are faced with the opposite situation – getting too hot in bed. The Bedjet is designed to address both problems, while also allowing users to run their furnaces or air conditioners at lower settings overnight.
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