The climate effect is an air control system discovered in sleep research, an ideal synthesis of nature and scientific studies.
Under normal conditions, rising body temperature causes sweating during sleep. As a result, as humidity increases gradually, the temperature continues to increase in parallel with the increase in humidity.
The holes in the air control line of Climate keep the temperature and humidity in the sleeping environment at an optimum level. As the moisture is drawn away from the bed, evaporating out of the air control holes as the air warms up and rises, cold air is prevented from entering by means of a double-channel ventilation unit. It provides an air conditioning system that creates temperature and climate balance, especially for those who sweat during sleep.