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From here the WinkBed with CoolControl looks like a standard bed. Step closer and you'll see that it's something more.

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Shown here is the WinkBed Luxury Firm mattress (queen size). Up top is its pillow-top surface. Underneath the mattress is the CoolControl base. 

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The WinkBed CoolControl base uses plastic air flow tubes. They channel warm or cool air into the mattress above.

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Here's another look at the WinkBed CoolControl base. The tubes that push air into the mattress above fit into special holes.

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In this picture you can see the holes for the air flow tubes more clearly. There are four in total, two for each side of the bed.

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The WinkBed CoolControl system has two main electronic components. These are the main control unit (left) and hub (right) that contains a Bluetooth radio.

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This is one of two remotes that come with the WinkBed CoolControl. Either one can start the flow of warm air (like this one) or cool air.

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Here's what the WinkBed CoolControl remote looks like when it activates the flow of cool air.

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Sitting on its base, the WinkBed is thick and high up from the ground. 

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