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refridgeration tubuing within mattress
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i have seen the idea of a cool pillow , but often wondered why not have a reverse electric blanket for hot summer nights. i can't help feeling that a fridge type duvet would be too heavy , but why not a mattress that could pipe coolness for those balmy nights? has this been thought of?
fisheye, Sep 14 2003

halfbaked with this and duvets etc.. http://www.halfbakery.com/idea/Bed_20fan
[po, Oct 04 2004]

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[Ander, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 21 2004]


       Why cool an entire room, when you only need to cool the occupant of the bed?   

       You’d layer on blankets, to keep the heat out!   

       This’d use much less power than a room A/C serving the same purpose. +
TIB, Sep 14 2003

       This appears to be baked in the medical field, for people who need their body temperatures lowered or elevated.   

       Google "cooling mattress."
snarfyguy, Sep 14 2003

       But do theirs have little pockets to put your beer in and keep it cold while you watch TV?
DeathNinja, Sep 14 2003

       That's where I find bedpans and ice come in handy [DeathNinja].
RoboBust, Sep 14 2003

       [Pictures RoboBust drinking out of a bedpan.] [Throws up.]
DrCurry, Sep 17 2003


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