Your body temperature really affects how well you sleep. That's why we've introduced KülKōte, the latest temperature regulating technology that senses whether you're hot or cold and adjusts accordingly.
KülKōte technology is similar to what’s used in spacesuits to regulate the body temperature of an astronaut. When your skin temperature reaches between 29°C and 33°C, the KülKōte technology activates. Auckland University testing found that in a simulation of someone asleep on the KülKōte mattress, the sleep surface reached 29°C and stayed at this temperature for 22 straight hours. However, on a traditional mattress without KülKōte, the sleep surface reached 35°C and stayed that way – a full six degrees hotter than the mattress using KülKōte.
You may have gone to bed feeling fine but wake up too hot or with night sweats. Struggling to find a cool patch on your mattress or peeling back the covers means sleep can feel elusive.
How it works: KülKōte is designed to absorb that heat so the mattress stays at an even temperature, helping to stop you waking up feeling too hot.
Just because KülKōte can feel cool to the touch, doesn’t mean it will make you feel colder in bed. The technology works on sensing your body temperature and stores energy, ready to release it when you’re too cold.
How it works: If your temperature drops, the KülKōte layer will release any stored energy back to the sleep surface.
Too hot in bed? KülKōte absorbs heat energy and a cooling effect is created. As the heat source is removed, the energy stored within KülKōte is released. If you get too cold in bed, this stored energy pushes back while you sleep, helping to manage your temperature and keep you more comfortable in bed.