Southern Waterbeds
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706-543-4323
3775 Atlanta Highway
Athens, Georgia 30606
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Southern Waterbeds and Futons of Athens Georgia
WE DELIVER TO ATLANTA, ATHENS, NORTH GEORGIA & BEYOND!
 

Temperature Control for Year-Round Comfort

The thermostat-controlled waterbed heater helps keep your body at a comfortable temperature. You can adjust the thermostat to provide just the warmth you prefer and relax to the even, soothing warmth of the heated watermattress. Caress your body with inviting warmth on cold winter nights. Or, when the weather is warmer, lower the thermostat to enjoy cool, comfortable slumber. You can even save money on room heating and air conditioning costs, while enjoying the sleeping environment that's custom-made for you!

Calesco Waterbed Heaters have been the most reliable waterbed heater that we've ever sold in our 40 years of business! We recommend you replace an old waterbed heater whenever you have an opportunity, like when you're moving or buying a new watermattress.

Hardside Calesco Waterbed Heater

$69.95 one model fits all sizes

Always in Stock!

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The Calesco Waterbed Heaters feature top of the line technology to provide a safe and reliable product. Built to the highest international standards, designed to UL standards and approved by ETL for both the US and Canada. The 10.8 foot cord is hardwired to both the control and pad for added safety and ease of use. The control is a slim design that allows it to slip through cut corner decking. The power cord is integrally molded watertight and tested for tensile strength. Temperature selection is from 70 to 100 F. Control unit is designed to resist electric spikes up to 1500V. Designed with etched copper foil which is far superior to aluminum. Has one of the lowest EMF ratings on the market today.

325W, solid state

11.8" x 24", etched copper element, double insulated with sheath of water-tight polyester

Patented circuit design

Control made of fire resistant plastic

Temperature selection from 70 to 100 F

The only difference between these two waterbed heaters is the wattage and it's important to select the correct model. Hardside Waterbeds require a high watt waterbed heater and Softside Waterbeds require a low watt waterbed heater.

Softside Calesco Waterbed Heater

$69.95 one model fits all sizes

Always in Stock

(click photos for larger images)

The Calesco Waterbed Heaters feature top of the line technology to provide a safe and reliable product. Built to the highest international standards, designed to UL standards and approved by ETL for both the US and Canada. The 10.8 foot cord is hardwired to both the control and pad for added safety and ease of use. The control is a slim design that allows it to slip through cut corner decking. The power cord is integrally molded watertight and tested for tensile strength. Temperature selection is from 70 to 100 F. Control unit is designed to resist electric spikes up to 1500V. Designed with etched copper foil which is far superior to aluminum. Has one of the lowest EMF ratings on the market today.

170W, solid state

11.8" x 24", etched copper element, double insulated with sheath of water-tight polyester

Patented circuit design

Control made of fire resistant plastic, temperature selection from 70 to 100 F

How Does Temperature Relate to Sleep Quality?
By Dr. Robert Oexman, Directory of the Sleep To Live Institute

The sleep and wake cycle that we move through every day is mediated by a process called the circadian rhythm: a 24-hour process that picks up cues from external stimuli like daylight and serves as an "internal clock."  One of the primary markers of this cycle is temperature.  As most people probably already know, human core body temperature averages around 98.6 F.  What most people don't realize is that their core body temperature does not stay constant throughout the day.

As the evening approaches, core body temperature begins to drop and drowsiness increases as the transition to sleep begins.  It will continue to drop over night until early morning when it will begin to rise again.  It naturally has a brief dip in temperature during the afternoon before it rises to its peak at the end of the day, to start all over.  The afternoon dip is felt by most people who will get tired after lunch and in some cultures, naps prevail during this "siesta" time of day.

At night the temperature under the covers can affect this cycle, resulting in a decline in sleep quality.  According to most studies, the best near-body temperature under the covers that is required for good sleep is around 85.1 F termed "thermal neutral zone" (a near-body temperature range that allows the body to maintain it's internal temperature easily).

One study found that the thermal neutral zone was consistently maintained under a standard (two sheets and a wool blanket) set of covers while the room temperature was between 66.2 and 71.6 F.  Sleep to Live recommends a more conservative range of 68-80 F for the bedroom temperature; however, varying numbers of covers and different types of linens can make for a borderline range from 65-73 degrees reasonable.


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