Save Money, Stay Warm: The Chili Technology Chilipad

It’s been a pretty mild winter so far, but there’s still plenty of time left for the weather to get colder before spring comes along. And when those temperatures drop, you know what rises? Your energy bill.

Even though it’s not always easy to keep the heat low during a typical winter day, it’s possible to turn it down at night without freezing. One way is to pile on the blankets and comforters, but that can feel a little claustrophobic and suffocating. There’s a better way to stay warm at night with the Chili Technology Chilipad.

How does the Chilipad work?

chili-technology-chilipad-1Like a traditional mattress pad, you control the temperature of your Chilipad with a remote. However, the Chilipad is more advanced — and ultimately, convenient — because not only can it heat up your bed, but it can also cool it down. So during winter, you can stay cozy and warm, and during summer, you can cool down your sleeping environment. This leads to lower bills, since you won’t need to keep the heat or AC cranked at night anymore.

As an added benefit, each half of the Chilipad is individually controlled. If you’re a hot sleeper, and your partner isn’t, you can both stay happy and comfortable by heating or cooling your own side of the bed as you need.

Extra Perks:

Not sure if the Chili Technology Chilipad is for you? Check out a few of its other benefits to see why the Chilipad is worth the investment.

  • Wireless remote control displays temperature
  • Sleep timer can be programmed to specific durations of use
  • Automatically shuts off after 10 hours of use
  • Machine washable
  • Works great with the sheets you already have

 

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