Tired of fighting for the blankets with your partner? This bed could be the answer

I would argue that just about every couple on planet earth has found themselves face-to-face with the age-old dilemma of their partner hogging the blankets. Maybe it happens seldom, or perhaps it’s a daily occurrence, but either way, waking up shivering only to discover all of the blankets are cocooned around your partner is a pretty irritating realization.

There may be a solution, though. And as it so happens, it comes in the form of a “‘rolling’ bed cover that cannot be pulled off by either partner,” says an article from The Good News Network.

This particular bed was developed by a sleep technology company called Simba. It features “an ‘infinite duvet’ with a roller-based system in the frame to ensure the cover is always evenly distributed,” the article explains.

The article goes on to detail how as a sleeper moves about, tossing and turning in the bed, the revolving duvet is able to move with them by “feeding itself through a series of rollers and tensioning systems in the base before feeding out the other side.”

And, in case you’re wondering what exactly prompted the development and creation of this bed, Simba was inspired by research that unveiled information pertaining to “duvet stealing” and how it ranks quite highly on the “bedtime conflict between couples” scale, the article says.

If you happen to be seriously interested in this product, the bed is actively in its design stages in order to test feedback from consumers. While I have absolutely zero comprehension of what a bed of this sort will end up retailing for, I imagine it won’t exactly be affordable. But, if fighting for the blankets in the middle of the night is seriously perturbing you and you’ve found yourself out of options, keep an eye out for when this bed becomes available to the public.

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