Chilipad Review: A mattress pad connecting to a temperatures control cube via a long, flat tube is the Chilipad sleep system. In order to use the water, you pour into the cube (more details at some point) and set the temperature on the cube from a dial or a distance.
Todd and Tara Youngblood, a husband and wife duo with completely different sleep preferences, invented the Chilipad in 2007.
He likes to sleep cool, she likes to sleep hot, so they found a solution that would keep both of them cozy.
For three and a half years I’ve owned and used a ChiliPad. I think I had one of the first models (CP-100s) and I was satisfied with it most of the time.
About eight years ago I bought an Amazon foam mattress and I love my mattress. However, a large amount of heat is retained. I’m a ‘sleeping hot,’ too.
Even the cost of the mattress and the chilipad were less costly than even decent mattresses at the local mattress stores, several hundred dollars cheaper each day. Here are some of the issues I’ve discussed in the last 3.5 years.