Water Heated Mattress Pads Ultra Slim Cover Leaking Sensor Technology Launched

Navien Mate announced that the new Navien Mate EQM 350 bed warming mattress topper is now available for those looking to ensure maximum comfort and enjoyable temperatures throughout the night.

Irvine, United States - October 17, 2020 /NewsNetwork/ —

Navien Mate announced the launch of their new Navien Mate EQM 350 bed warming mattress topper. This premium, high quality water heated mattress pad is far superior to electric blankets, providing a more even heat without the risk of fire or overheating.

More information can be found at https://www.navienmate.com

The newly launched Navien Mate EQM 350 bed warming mattress topper aims to help customers enjoy a good sleep every evening by providing consistent warmth throughout the night.

During the colder months, having a heated mattress pad becomes a necessity. These bedding pads provide maximum warmth on days with low temperatures.

The new Navien Mate EQM 350 bed warming mattress pads are the thinnest available, offering maximum comfort without pokey wires or loud machines. Their 1mm slim design does not interfere with the performance of one’s mattress.

The pads also come in King and Queen sizes and allow for separate heating and cooling zones. This means that one can personalize their temperature preference for each side of the bed.

This new bed warming mattress topper features a leaking sensor which ensures that any leaks will be detected immediately, as well as a fire prevention system that eliminates the fire hazards caused by electric blankets.

The pads also make it easy for one to quickly and easily check the status of their system with a one button selection.

In addition, the child safe mode of the warming mattress pads allows parents to set adjustment restrictions for their child, while the sterilization mode ensures that their device is bacteria free.

A satisfied customer said: “I bought this for my son’s bed while he was home for the holidays so he could sleep. Relatives dropped by so I ended up using it and was very impressed. So impressed I bought another one for my personal use. The warmth is quite natural-feeling and does not feel like I am getting grilled.”

Interested parties can find more by visiting the above-mentioned website or accessing https://www.facebook.com/NavienMateUSA and https://www.instagram.com/navienmateusa

Contact Info:
Name: Stacy Kang
Email: Send Email
Organization: Navien Mate
Address: 20 Goodyear, Irvine, CA 92618, United States
Phone: +1-877-689-1541
Website: https://www.navienmate.com

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88979933

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