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Bedjet Bed Heater & Fan: a Weird Appliance in the Streets but a Source of Heat in the Sheets

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Do you find it hard to stay warm during winter even with the heater on? Well then I envy you, because it’s always hot and humid where I am. But Mark Aramli knows that feel bro, which is why he and his colleagues Scott Milligan and Shaun K. designed the Bedjet, a localized heater and fan for beds.

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The Bedjet has a nozzle that’s meant to stick under your blanket or comforter. The rest of its body stays on your floor, so you don’t have to worry about getting electrocuted or having your toes sucked in its blades. Unlike conventional heaters or electric blankets, the Bedjet can supposedly raise the temperature under your bedding by 30ºF in as little as 3 minutes. If you need it to keep cool, the Bedjet can also feed air in at room temperature.

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Another neat thing about the Bedjet is that it comes with a remote control, which lets you toggle the main power as well as control the timer and blower speed of the device. The Bedjet will also get a mobile app version of the remote if they hit at least $175,000 on Kickstarter.

Pledge at least $249 (USD) on Kickstarter to get a Bedjet as a reward.

[via Bedjet]



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