I have dysautonomia and pots and heat intolerance and get very ill when overheating. The cooling side keeps me cool all night. It is lightweight and i will probably use this as my winter blanket.
This blanket is silky and light, and works like magic to keep me cool at night. It definitely has a cooling effect on one side initially. After using it for about 5 months - it is much cooler than not using it.
One side is made out of what would be used for cheap workout pants. The entire surface of the colling side has large, hard pilling. However, this is my fault -the blanket does look as pictured.
Blanket is now extremely uncomfortable and not cooling. I have an oscillating fan, but it doesn't make much of a difference. The cooling part works but be prepared for this blanket to look and feel absolutely hideous in about 2 months.
It's super soft and comfy. Seems like it works, very soft fabric. Plus it’s super soft almost feels like a liquid!
The poly-esque material does manage to stay somewhat chilled through the night. For the softness it rivals any satin sheet. Yes, it is soft and i do feel a coolness when it's on me.
It is ridiculously, stupidly small. Overall it’s definitely over priced and a big hype.
This blanket is like an extremely thin scarf material. It shrinks and puckers in places after washing. It feels more like a fleece type material.
There’s no way it can absorb your body heat and then reflect cooler air to you if the heat escapes through the blanket. They are soft and comfortable, but i can not detect it being any cooler at all than satin sheets.