Waterbed sales sprung a leak in the ’90s and never recovered. Today, they account for less than 5% of all new bed sales, which, honestly, is surprisingly high to us. Charles Hall, the man who received the first patent for the waterbed back in 1968, thinks it’s time for a waterbed resurgence. Meet Afloat, the waterbed for 2018. With the ability to truly contour to your body, Afloat allows for great blood circulation, meaning less tossing and turning. On top of that, Afloat keeps you at the temperature you want throughout the entire night, which means there are less chances to disturb your sleep cycle. Unlike waterbeds of old, Afloat accepts standard linens and even comes with a foam frame that makes it look like any old bed setup. The cover is made from the same fabric used in stretch denim, so it can move with you throughout the night. Skeptical? The brand is offering a 100-night trial so you can see for yourself. Sign up now to get notified when the pre-order is live. Then go out and get yourself a couple lava lamps.
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