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SkyMall Monday: Temperature Regulating Sheets
Think that sheets should be simple and just lay there? Believe that if you're cold you should just put on a sweatshirt? Well, while you layer up, the rest of us are going to read the product description:
Using a fabric developed for NASA to help astronauts adapt to extreme temperature fluctuations, these sheets prevent overheating and eliminate chills to create an optimal sleeping climate. Imbedded in the sheets are millions of invisible microcapsules that absorb excess heat when you are hot and release the stored heat when you are cold, ensuring a comfortable bed temperature and humidity. Unlike an electric blanket, the microcapsules adjust independently to an individual's climate, allowing two sleepers with different temperature preferences to remain comfortable throughout the night.I have no idea what any of that means, but NASA sends people to space and that's awesome. If these sheets can get me to space, then count me in.
Sleep is essential to staying healthy. Rather than struggling with drafty windows and expensive air conditioning, pick up some space-aged sheets to keep you comfortable. It sure beats buying new pajamas or gimmicky pillows. Get them for all of your bunk beds today!
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