While the idea of being all hot and bothered during those long summer nights is perfectly desirable and acceptable, when it comes to sleeping nobody wants to have to wander off into the realm of dreams and end up in the Purgatory, temperature-wise. We’re all painfully aware of the impact a hot pillow has on our sleep quality, especially since flipping it over and over several times a night does not really make for a good-night’s sleep.
Which is why PolarPillow was invented. Useful, huh? The PolarPillow works by absorbing the temperature of the surrounding air and transferring coolness to your head. This happens for about two hours, when it warms back up to your body temperature, which doesn’t really affect you in any way because it’s assumed you’re already blissfully asleep by then.