May 2, 2024

Product Review: Marchpower Cooling Comforter

It's May and summer temps are here. Even though it still gets comfortably cool at night, it's only a matter of time before that heats up too. And this is why I am pleased to share another product with you, one that I was happy to review and can wholeheartedly recommend, the Marchpower Gradient Cooling Comforter.

Queen size Marchpower Cooling Comforter

Is it really cooling? Yes! Through advanced textile technology (called "Arc-Chill"), jade nanoparticles are woven into the fabric. Somehow, this makes something amazing happen; heat and moisture are wicked away to produce a wonderful cooling effect. 

So, how is the comforter different from the cooling blanket and t-shirts I reviewed two years ago? The comforter is triple layer. The top and bottom are made of the same Arc-Chill cooling fabric. The inner filling layer consists of a 3-D hollow structure fiber. They're cushioned with air, which makes for a delightfully lightweight, fluffy comforter.

First Impressions
  • The comforter is lightweight and deliciously soft and silky. 
  • A nice sleeping weight.
  • Mine is a pretty gradient blue, but it comes in gray too.
  • Queen size covers both of us nicely.

  • Machine wash; cool water, gentle cycle. Laundry bag recommended.
  • Line dry. I know some people think this is a deal breaker if they don't have a clothesline, but I often dry blankets and comforters by spreading them over the back of the sofa and turning once. 

Cooling Tips
  • During the night, the comforter may seem to loose its effect. Simply change positions or give it a shake.
  • Using a ceiling or room fan on low will crank up the cooling effect.

Who would benefit from a cooling comforter?
  • Anyone who wants to lower their electric bill.
  • Anyone who wants to lower their carbon footprint by not running their air conditioner so much. 
  • Off grid situations like camping and backpacking.
  • Backup cooling in case the electricity goes out.
  • As part of an emergency kit for a summer road trip. Keep cool if the car breaks down on a hot day in the sun!

Okay, I know I sound like some sort of scripted advertiser. But honestly, I'm just so happy to have cooling products in our life. We strive to be as low energy as possible, and in my part of the country (the hot, sultry southeastern US) products like this truly help us achieve our goal in comfort. 

You can see more photos and information at the Amazon link:  

And! You can get  10% off with the following discount code:  
WS8AZQW4 (expires Sept. 30, 2024)

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