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The BedJet V2 Climate Comfort System, also known as the BedJet V2 or simply as the BedJet, is a climate-control system that provides customizable temperature settings for sleepers in bed. Using a hose attachment, the BedJet is placed beneath the bed and supplies a current of air based on the sleeper’s desired settings; clips hold the hose in place to ensure nightlong connectivity. Different temperatures can be set for each hour of sleep. The BedJet has an optional aroma diffuser, as well. Single- and dual-zone BedJet systems are available; the latter, known as the BedJet V2 Dual Zone Climate Comfort System for Couples, includes two BedJet units and hoses.
The BedJet offers individualized heating and cooling that make it suitable for use most times of the year. However, the device should never substitute for a heater or air conditioner in extreme temperatures. A single-zone unit of the BedJet V2 system is currently priced at $299 and the dual-zone system starts at $689; individual parts are available for sale as well. BedJet backs this product with a 60-night sleep trial and a two-year warranty.
Read on to learn more about the BedJet V2 Climate Comfort System for single sleepers and couples, including assembly and operating tips, pricing information, and an overview of the company’s shipping, return, and warranty policies.
The BedJet V2 single unit that generates warm/cool air that is delivered to the owner’s bed with a connective hose. The BedJet is fairly easy to assemble and use with the following step-by-step process:
The BedJet V2 Dual Zone Climate Comfort System for Couples – also sold on the BedJet website – consists of two BedJet units. Using this system, couples can link individual hoses to each side of the bed and program the BedJet for different temperature settings. The Dual Zone system also includes an optional AirComfort Cloud Sheet, which is made of 100% cotton and designed with compartments for the BedJet hose; however, the sheet can be used on virtually any mattress or bedding surface, with or without the BedJet. The AirComfort Cloud Sheet is sold as a separate product, as well.
BedJet V2 base unit features and specifications include the following:
In terms of emissions, the BedJet is ETL listed to Underwriters Laboratories (UL) Electric Appliance Safety Standards. This means the product has met the minimum emissions requirements, and that BedJet’s manufacturing facilities comply with other safety and environmental standards.
Customers who purchase the BedJet V2 Climate Comfort System for single sleepers ($299) receive the following:
Those who purchase the BedJet V2 Dual Zone Climate Comfort System for Couples receive the following:
Please note that price-points for the BedJet V2 Dual Zone Climate Comfort System for Couples depend on the blanket size selected. In the next section, we’ll discuss costs for each available size and other pricing information for BedJet products.
The table below lists current price-points for the BedJet single and dual comfort systems, along with individual parts available for sale on the BedJet website.
|Product||Description||Current Price (2019)|
|BedJet V2 Climate Comfort System||A single unit with connective hose designed to provide personalized heating/cooling to one sleeper, plus an aromatherapy diffuser kit and remote control.||$299 (all units)|
|BedJet V2 Dual Zone Climate Comfort System for Couples||Two BedJet units, each with its own connective hose; this dual system provides personalized heating/cooling to sleepers on both sides of the bed. An AirComfort Cloud Sheet, aromatherapy diffuser kit, and two remote controls are also included. Prices vary by sheet size; Queen, King, and Split King options are available. The Queen and King options include one dual-zone sheets; the Split King option includes two Twin XL single-zone sheets.||$689 (Queen)
$749 (Split King)
|Refurbished BedJet V2 Climate Comfort System||BedJet offers heating/cooling units that have been refurbished. The same two-year warranty is offered, but returns are not permitted. One remote control is also included.||$259 (all units)|
|AirComfort Cloud Sheet||BedJet’s proprietary sheet – which has internal pockets to accommodate the connective hose – is sold individually in different sizes. All Twin XL sheets are single-zone; the Queen and King sheets may be single- or dual-zone, but there is no price difference between the two options per size.||$79 (Twin XL)
|Vertical Mount BedJet Stand||This mounting apparatus allows owners to position the BedJet on its side, which may take up less floor space.||$15.99 (all units)|
|Air Hose Extension||This extension adds about four inches to the original hose, resulting in roughly 8 feet of total length.||$19.99|
Please note that the aromatherapy diffuser kit is included with BedJet single and dual units at no extra charge. Additionally, the BedJet app is free for all smartphone users.
Availability: All products listed above are currently sold on the BedJet website. Additionally, single BedJet V2 units are available on Amazon.com; additional BedJet products may be sold through other retailers. BedJet does not operate any brick-and-mortar locations.
The delivery policy for BedJet is as follows:
Sleep trial 60 Nights
Warranty 2 years, nonprorated
Warranty Transfer Non Transferable
BedJet offers a 60-night sleep trial for the BedJet V2 single and dual units.
BedJet offers a 2-year warranty:
The BedJet is capable of delivering air currents with temperatures of anywhere from 72° and 104° Fahrenheit (22° to 40° Celsius), depending on the owner’s personal settings. Rooms that are 79° or cooler will provide more consistent heating/cooling than rooms that are warmer.
When switched to the Turbo-heat setting (1,500 watts), the BedJet can warm up the owner’s bed within five minutes – though this setting runs up to 10 minutes before the unit automatically shuts off. Lower wattage settings may result in longer waiting periods, but for most sleepers the temperature changes take effect within 20 to 30 minutes or less.
The BedJet can be used with most adjustable beds. However, owners must ensure the bed offers sufficient clearance underneath for all programmable positions. Otherwise the frame may compress the hose, which can disrupt air delivery and compromise heating/cooling.
Bed sheets and blankets may block the hose nozzle from time to time. The unit features a built-in microprocessor that adjusts air delivery settings in the event of a minor blockage. If the nozzle is completely or almost completely blocked, the unit will automatically shut off.
Simply open the BedJet’s grill, remove the filter, and rinse it with tap water. The filter is designed for lifetime use; BedJet recommends checking the filter every three months.
The BedJet produces more noise in high-wattage settings. When operating at 100% heating or cooling, the unit produces roughly 42 to 43 dB of noise; this is comparable to a quiet room in a house. The loudest setting, Turbo-heat, produces 47 dB. In lower-wattage settings, the unit produces about 37 to 38 dB. Regardless of the setting, the BedJet makes some noise but should not cause major disruptions unless sleepers are highly sensitive to sounds.
A single-zone AirComfort Cloud Sheet may be suitable for couples who have the same heating/cooling temperature preferences. Single-zone sheets are available in Queen and King sizes, as well as a Twin XL size for those with Split King beds. Couples with differing preferences may want to opt for the dual-zone sheet, which is available in Queen and King sizes. Please note there is no price difference between single- and dual-zone sheets of the same size.
The BedJet is fairly pet-friendly but owners should ensure their animal does not sleep too close to the air nozzle. Otherwise the unit may not be able to deliver air at the prescribed temperature.
Money saved using the BedJet will depend on the owner’s utility rates. However, most owners can operate a single unit in cooling mode for less than one dollar a month, or in heating mode for less than five dollars per month. This makes the BedJet less costly than other options, such as central heating.
The BedJet should not trap odor to an excessive degree. If owners notice odors or stagnant air beneath their sheets, they can lift the bedding and allow the smells to circulate out of the bed.
The app is not required for those who prefer to use the remote control. However, the app offers more functions than the remote. For example, the app allows owners to input a specific temperature; the remote requires users to increase or decrease the temperature in one-degree increments until the desired temperature is reached.
BedJet ships units and accessories for free to all 50 states. Additional charges will apply for destinations outside the U.S.
Yes. Financing with Affirm starts at $27 per month.
8 out of 10 owner experiences show that customers have had a positive experience with BedJet, irrespective of whether or not they liked their product.
BedJet has been in business since 2014.
BedJet does not operate any brick-and-mortar locations.
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The BedJet offers personalized heating and cooling at a level that exceeds most other methods. The base unit and air delivery hose are powerful enough to provide consistent streams of air that will adjust the bed’s temperature quickly – within minutes, under certain settings. This makes it more effective than most space heaters, air conditioning units, and other implements that do not stream air directly into the bed.
The BedJet is fairly expensive, but many owners report long-term savings on utility bills. The device may also be too loud for certain sleepers, especially when the unit is operating at full power.