Wadded end-of-the-bed sheets are a thing of the past.
Making the bed is a silly-feeling chore because in the back of your mind is the nagging knowledge that you’re just going to un-make the bed later.
On the other hand, a neat bed is a sure sign to your parents, spouse, or significant other that you have your life together, so maybe it’s worth it to fold a couple sheets every morning.
Now, there’s a device that will help you make your bed, but it’s not a replicant-type automatron, and it’s not a HAL-like AI system. The device is the duvet itself.
The Smartduvet is an inflatable sheet that, when filled with air, will fold your blanket back into a non-wrinkled, flat state. A puff of air each morning and that’s all it’ll take to make your bed—game-changer.
Critics might say that the Smartduvet only folds one sheet, but what the haters aren’t accounting for is the device’s “smart attachment system,” which can lock into both the top and fitted sheets and coordinate universal blanket spread-age across your mattress.
For people who kick their blankets down around their ankles every night, this is key for avoiding those awful against-the wall sheet bunches.
Still no word on whether the Smartduvet will fluff your pillows and serve you breakfast at the crack of dawn, but we’ll still take a machine that can save us 10 minutes each morning. More time for sunrise journaling, reflection, or sleep, of course.
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