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ChiliPad Cube Cooling and Warming Mattress Pad - Twin XL (Half King) - Perfect Sleep Temperature
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- Twin XL-Single Zone-80 in. L x 38 in. W (16 lbs.)
- Includes mattress pad, control unit, remote and power cord
- Adjusts in one degree increments from 55 F to 110 F (13-43 C)
- Controlled by wireless remote or base unit
- Energy-efficient for lower monthly bills
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ChiliPad Cooling and Heating Mattress Pad – Fits twin XL size mattresses. Your best night’s sleep is a few degrees away! ChiliPad is a mattress pad with a cooling and heating temperature control system. It regulates the surface temperature of your mattress so that you sleep comfortably all night long. Designed to fit all standard and extra thick mattresses, this unique 150 thread count, poly cotton mattress pad uses soft medical grade silicone tubing to circulate regular water through the pad. A built in connection tube (48″ in length) connects the pad to the control unit. Dual-zone ChiliPads have separate tubing and independent control units for each side. Control the temperature at the touch of a button either directly on the control unit or conveniently in bed with the wireless remote control. Set the temperature in 1 degree increments from 46 degrees to 118 degrees F. The control unit heats or cools regular water to your set temperature and circulates it through the pad, generally achieving temperatures between 60 degrees to 110 degrees F on the bed surface. A thermostat maintains the set temperature, letting you sleep at your ideal temperature throughout the night. End battles over the thermostat and save money on your energy bill by cooling or heating your bed instead of your entire house! The control unit averages less than 80W of energy use, and dual-zone ChiliPads let you set each side of the bed independently. Fall asleep faster and achieve deeper, restorative sleep longer by controlling your sleep temperature!
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|Material Type||Acrylic Coated Cotton||Plastic||Cotton-Blend||Polyurethane||Polyester & Polyester Blend||Cotton-Blend|
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Top customer reviews
The CP-100 would get cold. In fact, it would suck every bit of heat out of your body if you set the temperature low enough. I sleep with a heavy blanket and it would still suck all the heat out of my body.
The mattress pad is little uncomfortable. It took a while to get used to the tubes. When the water is running through them they are little hard.
The fans on the units are loud. I am a computer guy and I don't understand why Chili didn't pay the extra dollar or two for super quiet ball bearing computer fans. The fans are way to loud.
The lights. On the older units, the lights on the units were very bright. I used duct tape to cover them.
Lack of support. You are basically on your own. They will replace units if they are under warranty, but you are without a unit for several weeks. Having an advanced replacement option or something like that would be nice.
Lack of parts availability after warranty. On both of my units, the water pumps are bad. I just need new ones and my units would be back in business. Chili says they don't sell these parts and won't give me the name of their supplier.
Repairs - The unit is pretty simple and uses some off the shelf parts. I had planned on replacing the pumps on my units and upgrading the fans to extremely quiet, high output computer fans. I will find replacement pumps, but it may take some time.
Chili Cube - I purchased a stand alone chili cube for $400 because it is a prime item. I can always send it back if needed and I need a good nights sleep. It came yesterday and it was nice to see to see that the unit had several improvements, especially around the lights being on. The lights turn themselves off after a few minutes. My unit did have the option to go down to 55 degrees which is very cold for me. My mattress pad is little old and may have some tubing damage due to putting the heat on and the insulating factor of my foam mattress. I plan on replacing this in the future once I identify the type of tubing. I also have an extension which requires me to put the temperature lower. My sweet spot is usually around 60 degrees. However, the unit never reached below 64 degrees. It was an acceptable nights sleep, but not a good nights sleep. My older units would get much colder. I suspect that this unit will be going back.
Future Plans - I won't be spending $1100 dollars every 2-3 years to replace my system as the parts age and Chili refusing to sell replacement parts. I am also disappointed with the performance of the Chili Cube in comparison to the older units I have but haven't found a source for a new water pump. I look at a product like this as what it costs per year of use. I paid $638.99 on March 10, 2011 for this king size dual zone unit (they had 3 year warranties back then versus 2 years now). I have 1 unit dead on arrival. The Chili head quarters is just north of Charlotte, NC so I actually went to visit them and they replaced my unit. Shortly after that, my other unit failed. I mailed that one in. However, it has run reliably for about 3 years now. That is about $210 dollars per year and I think it has been worth the money. However, I have doubts I will get the same value with the new $1100 units and the Chili Cubes. Hacking my chiller units will probably a better option (maybe buy used units as well).
Conclusion - I have praised my Chili Pad and recommended it to everyone. i don't know if anyone has purchased a unit, but I have always said how wonderful it is. However, with the lack of decent support, lack of replacement parts and the fact that Chili is unwilling to assist in helping me repair my own unit (they will gladly sell me a Chili Cube instead of a water pump), I won't be recommending this product anymore. I don't think the increase in price has brought about an increase in value. I could argue with the lack of cooling ability of the new cubes, that the overall value is less. I am also disappointed to see that Chili has not spent the extra $1 per unit to have extremely quite fans on the new cube.
Pro Tip - If you are leaving on a vacation, unplug your chiller unit. In fact, if you can, unplug it every night. The Chiller units will continue to pump water even when it isn't actively "on". This is most likely due to the fact the mattress is higher than the chiller unit and water tends to collect in the lowest areas (i.e. the chiller unit). I have come back from a weeks vacation to the pumps just grinding away and the fill indicator light on. I am almost certain that this is why my pumps are dead. It seems logical that you would put a check in the computer board that is the fill indicator light is on, to cut power to the pump. Maybe this is in the newer units. i don't know. However, a pump has a finite life. If you unplug the unit during the day, you can reasonably expect to extend the life of the pump by a great amount.
Let me start by clarifying a point I was wondering before my purchase - unless both partners need the product and you sleep in a large bed (we have a King), go ahead and purchase the twin. This product is flat - it does not have fitted corners so it is easy to put on top of your existing mattress pad and won't bother the other sleeper. We bought an additional waterproof pad to put on the mattress based on other reviews. So yes...we have the waterproof pad over the mattress, our quilted mattress pad on top of that and the ChiliPad on top of that, followed by the fitted sheet.
You will save a lot of money buying the twin ($449) versus the king ($999). I figured if we experience a leak down the line as some other reviewers mentioned, it will be much easier to swallow the expense of the replacement pad (I understand about 25-30% of the unit cost) than it would be had I bought a king sized system.
It is easy to set up and not terribly loud. You do hear it at first but you get used to it and then it is just background noise that doesn't bother you. We already sleep with my cPap unit running. Suffice it to say we are not bothered by anything else, save for a thunderbolt, do to the background noise we both produce!
This unit helped my wife immediately, similar to other reviewers statements. She has had to dial in on the temp she prefers based upon whether she wants to sleep in shorts/tank versus pajamas but was able to accomplish this in about a week. She used to wake up sweaty with her back "on fire" and even kept a cool tub of water next to the bed to dip her feet in. All of this has gone away. She sleeps more soundly and for longer stretches. When she starts to heat up, she claims the coolness of the pad keeps it in check and she doesn't overheat. The bed doesn't get as hot directly under her due to the pad and there is always coolness around her to shift to.
I would suggest the twin, which is 36" wide versus the single, which is only 28" wide. The difference is about $50 bucks, but the extra 8" of width is worth it and still doesn't impede my side of the bed. We haven't felt a need to buy the additional 4 foot extension hoses as some folks mentioned but I can see the need for it based on bedroom configuration. In any event, you can add that if you feel you need it.
Also, one reviewer mentioned they were in Arizona and it didn't work as well because the unit is only as good as the ambient temp it pulls air from. This is true and if you live in a hot environment and don't have or don't use A/C during hot nights I can see it would be an issue. I am assuming more people have A/C - central or a unit for the bedroom, and use it, particularly if they are already having issues like the ones we are discussing here. We keep our bedroom around 72-74 degrees at night and the unit works great.
I hope this helps with your decision! Can't put a price on a quality nights sleep...or a happy wife :)
1 Year update:
Unit continues to work without problems after 1 year. So many reviewers speak about damaged padding/tubing. You have to be cautious with this system! Ours lies above a cheap thin waterproof pad (just in case of a leak)and our regular mattress pad and below the fitted sheet. My wife frequently washes our bedding but does not launder her pad. She carefully rolls it up and sets it aside. There is no need to launder it if you always keep it between freshly laundered bedding. Aside from that - keep the water full, sanitize regularly with a small amount of H2O2 and you should be ok. Good luck!