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Water duvet

Like a waterbed, but a duvet.
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Cool in summer, warm in winter (if plumbed in to your central heating) the water duvet has multiple water-filled cells to prevent the water just going to the edges and has a comforting heaviness.
hippo, Oct 16 2002

Cooling Quilt http://www.halfbake...dea/Cooling_20quilt
I googled but it led me back to the HB! [FarmerJohn, Oct 17 2002, last modified Oct 04 2004]


       this will put paid to the cat sleeping on the bed.
po, Oct 16 2002

       How thick we talking? I like the concept, but I get nervous when a blanket is too heavy. (+'s: It would conform to the body, which is good, maybe difficult for cover stealers to steal, which is good, and probably not likely to fall on the floor in the middle of the night, which is very good.)
blissmiss, Oct 16 2002

       I came up with a similar idea but it turned out to be Baked so I deleted the thread. Google should turn up some links.
8th of 7, Oct 17 2002

       Poor [farmer] still thinks there's a way out of here.
blissmiss, Oct 17 2002

       I would love just the cold version in summer... not sure about having it connected to my central heating though -sometimes it gets a bit cold and the boiler decides to take the day off...
RobertKidney, Oct 17 2002

       Water filled cells I like. I could just wear it around all summer if it wasn't plumbed in. How about water filled clothing with a tiny water cooler that sits on your head.
lazloquezos, Oct 17 2002

       //Poor [farmer] still thinks there's a way out of here//
I gave up hope looooooooonnnnnnnng ago
thumbwax, Oct 17 2002

       Yipes. A heated plastic duvet that's fluid and heavy enough to cling to you? Sounds sweaty.   

       (sigh) I think [farmer] eventually found the exit door.
Worldgineer, Mar 03 2006


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