October 23, 2007
Hot/Cold Sheet Set
I mean, that's hot!
Two — two — two sheets in one!
From the website:
- Percale/Fleece Split Sheets Set
Half percale/half fleece, split sheets solve your too warm/too cool differences.
Sheets are split down the middle with cool percale on one side for warm sleepers and warm fleece on the other side for cold sleepers.
No-feel seam — there’s no bulky or noticeable dividing line between the fleece and cotton, so the only thing you feel is absolute comfort.
Eliminate the need for bed socks, bulky sleepwear, electric blankets, cooling fans and more.
Set includes flat sheet, fitted sheet with oversized 18" deep pockets and two pillow cases.
Pillowcases have fleece on one side and cotton on the other.
October 23, 2007 at 09:01 AM | Permalink
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Why on earth anyone would want to eliminate the need for an electric blanket, I can't imagine.
One of the great sensual pleasures of life is slipping into a pre-electric-blankie-warmed sack on an icy cold night. (Unless you have enough cats or dogs that are reliable enough to spread themselves out on a regular blanket in strategically spaced intervals and stay put for the half hour or so it would take to pre-warm the blankie by cat/dog heat output. However, if you use that method, you have to fight them for sleeping space on and off through the night, which tends to seriously interfere with the sleep experience. And, to be fair, once they get wind of the fact that the heated-up blanket provides a nice warm sleeping area, they might completely take over the bed, forcing a closed-door policy, further impeding the sleep situation through high & low-pitched vocalizings, nose-in-the-door-crack snufflings, etc. You might want to just turn up the heat.)
Once you get past the fears that they might catch fire, mess up your DNA, reprogram your mitochondria, make you radioactive, sterile, bald, insane or dead, an electric blanket is the only way to go.
Posted by: Flautist | Oct 23, 2007 3:24:12 PM
I think I'll have to take a look at these at the local Brookstone. I'm having a hard time figuring out where the delineation is.. is it front-flannel, back-percale, or top half of sheet-flannel, bottom-percale or divided lengthwise? I live with a human furnace, so these could be good for us.
Posted by: ageekymom | Oct 23, 2007 9:12:41 AM
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