Fresh Foam 237-6A Comfort Revolution Hydraluxe Cooling Gel Pad, Blue/Ivory
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- Fresh foam comfort revolution hydra luxe cooling gel pad blue/ivory, blue/IV
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- This is manufactured in China
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A few things to mention...the quality of this product is very good. It comes folded up and you simply unfold it and put it on your bed just like any regular mattress pad. It is a bit heavy - without looking this up in the product details, I would say that it's close to 10 pounds when folded up. But, I was able to carry it without any issues.
Part of the mattress pad unzips to come apart so that you can wash it, if you like. The rest of it is made of this cooling gel that is across the majority of the surface where you would lay while in your bed. Note: The cooling gel does not cover the entire surface! It does not come up to the part where your pillow would lay, for obvious reasons (you don't need it up there since your head is laying on a pillow).
The gel itself is only about 1/2 inch thick. The design is very good, as it is evenly distributed across and doesn't pool or gather unevenly into the cells. The coolness is created due to the gel and chemicals, I suppose - not quite sure how or why it works, but it works well.
When you first lay down on it, it's very cold. It gradually starts to warm up. I found that I had a good 4 hours of cooling until it got too warm. This is the best that I have seen in these products, as most won't last one or two hours before getting too warm to use.Read more ›
I had to take it off my bed b/c it's November in GA and I literally was freezing all night LOL. In the summer tho, this will be AWESOME!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Waste of $. It's nice for first few hrs then makes you sweat to deathPublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
The "cooling gel" is a very thin coating on one side; almost so thin as to be sprayed on. It does NOTHING. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Christine H. Spalding