Does BedJet actually cool the air? The BedJet is not actually an AC device. It doesn’t cool air, but rather provides room temperature air circulation for climate control in a single zone, or multiple zones. It’s like having the fan on in your room, but still being able to be under the covers.
Is the BedJet noisy? Whirring Noise – The BedJet does make a slight whirring noise when it’s on, and get louder as you increase the fan’s intensity.
What is BedJet? BedJet allows you to program personalized cooling and heating settings for every hour of the night. Obsolete your noisy alarm clock with a BedJet temperature wake-up trigger.
Does BedJet use a lot of electricity? The average central A/C unit uses roughly 3500 watts. Running these air conditioning units for 8 hours while you sleep will cost between $12.75 and $89.26 on average per month. States with higher kWh figures can run even higher. The BedJet uses 40 watts while in cooling mode.