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Bed Fan Keeps You Cool, Won’t Blow Your Cover

by Conner Flynn

In the summertime, keeping cool while in bed can be tricky. It’s hot, but maybe you still want some blankets just to feel secure. That is only going to make things hotter right? Wrong. Keep your blankets on and keep cool at the same time with this special bed fan.
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It’s designed to blow cool air beneath the blankets, letting you have the best of both worlds. Of course, I’m guessing that the down side is that if you break wind, it is going to greet you right in your face. Hey, you did that to yourself. You’re going to have to learn to control that.

It’s an interesting idea for those who like to always have some cover on them even in the heat. The bed fan will cost you $100(USD) from Brookstone, which includes a wireless remote so you can turn it on or off from your bedside table.

[via Geekologie]




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  1. Dustin says:

    It looks good, but the original BED FAN from http://www.bedfan.com is still the best.. This one is very weak in performance.

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