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Post #167960311 added 12-11-2023 10:37 AM by haudi in Hot Deals
My wife and I have had Bedjet3s for 2+ years; honestly, they are the best quality-of-life purchases we've ever made. I waited a year after buying hers to buy mine because I was afraid it would be...
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Post #167959789 added 12-11-2023 10:22 AM by dartmouth01 in Hot Deals
I expect overall electric usage to be less, considering that a room heater will run much longer to heat a whole area to be warm, vs the bedjet, or an electric blanket, only having to heat the air...
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Post #167954029 added 12-11-2023 7:18 AM by TidalWaveOne in Hot Deals
It could... depending on how much heat you use with BedJet vs what you'd use with an electric heater.
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Post #167952667 added 12-11-2023 6:21 AM by deyainrdy4ds in Hot Deals
not sure what that really equates to in cost...basically wondering if this will end up costing as much as electric heaters and such
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Post #167883361 added 12-08-2023 8:00 AM by TidalWaveOne in Hot Deals
I believe up to 1500 watts but there is a way to limit the heating power if you have two of them. I believe they call it the "low power" setting... so if using two on the same circuit, they both...
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Post #167875141 added 12-07-2023 8:57 PM by deyainrdy4ds in Hot Deals
Lol were you the one that said OLED screen. Got my bedjet and thought about that review and was like “shit all those reviews really were fake bc this is far from OLED”
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Post #167875120 added 12-07-2023 8:56 PM by deyainrdy4ds in Hot Deals
Anyone know how much power this thing draws? I know electric heaters use a lot and I see people say its tripping their breaker so wondering if this is a factor
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Post #167666161 added 11-30-2023 10:32 AM by Bluelair in Hot Deals
I was the one who posted about the remote, it really is quite over built and over featured for this type of appliance. The BedJet itself however is just OK, nothing epic, but it does what it says it...
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Post #167666074 added 11-30-2023 10:29 AM by dartmouth01 in Hot Deals
I'm waiting on mine, I'll try my best to give an accurate account. I still am reeling from spending so much, but I'm dating a girl who literally keeps her house at 53 degrees and has fans running...
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Post #167662576 added 11-30-2023 8:46 AM by zerodepth in Hot Deals
All these comments read like shill accounts especially the one about how great the remote is. 😂
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Post #167662345 added 11-30-2023 8:41 AM by MellowThread275 in Hot Deals
Just want to say I got this set up quickly and absolutely LOVE it. Had 2 very good restful nights because I had air circulating through the cloud sheet. This is a great purchase, no regrets! And...
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Post #167620471 added 11-29-2023 12:28 AM by AbsolutK in Hot Deals
As a user of BedJets since 2015, please note that this user is INCORRECT about the cooling capability. The BedJet V3 DOES have a peltier cooling unit that can cool ambient air before flowing. But...
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Post #167571817 added 11-27-2023 5:16 PM by George_P_Burdell in Hot Deals
You can use cooling blanket and high CFM fan (https://www.samsclub.com/p/pivoting-utlity-fan/prod8670795) I use the combo and survived texas heat when our AC blew. Since then I sleep on cooling...
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Post #167571133 added 11-27-2023 4:58 PM by kamiller42 in Hot Deals
It should. I've used a promo code on top of sales prices. I have not tried stacking promo codes.
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Post #167560705 added 11-27-2023 1:01 PM by deyainrdy4ds in Hot Deals
other discounts will work on top of the VIP50 code? how much more off?
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Post #167559928 added 11-27-2023 12:46 PM by kamiller42 in Hot Deals
It makes sense for BedJet to say they are not a substitute for an air conditioner or heater. My space heater says it's no replacement for a home heater. Yet, they both condition air to a temperature...
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Post #167557114 added 11-27-2023 11:49 AM by TidalWaveOne in Hot Deals
Right.... but in the normal meaning of the word, a heater is not an air conditioner... only something that cools (and usually also dehumidifies) the air is. So the BedJet is not an air...
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Post #167556889 added 11-27-2023 11:46 AM by kamiller42 in Hot Deals
Fans are not air conditioners because they do not condition the air. They move the air. BedJet does condition the air as you can set the temperature, i.e. warming or heating cool air. It won't cool...
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Post #167556157 added 11-27-2023 11:35 AM by dartmouth01 in Hot Deals
Bought this, using a referral code from online. Took the dual zone queen to $800 before taxes. I can't believe I'm spending this kind of money, but I'm sleeping with someone who needs to keep the...
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Post #167545753 added 11-27-2023 8:24 AM by TidalWaveOne in Hot Deals
That isn't considered air conditioning... you need a compressor for that. For example, fans aren't considered to be "air conditioners". They just move air, not condition it.
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