The answer is NO. The duvet has special lateral cords that allow it to be pulled across the bed and is narrower than a standard comforter. For this reason there are also different sizes of duvet inserts available for the comforter. The pillowcases are attached to cords that allow them to be pulled up and put in place. The bottom sheet and bedding have Velcro on their sides to keep the bottom sheet stretched out
The bed is sent with two complete sets of bedclothes: two comforters, two bottom sheets, and four small pillowcases which allows the bedding to be exchanged.
NO, the Velcro on the bottom sheet adheres to the Velcro – on the mattress. The plastic on each side of the comforter must be introduced into the appropriate slots and the cords on the pillowcases go into their corresponding slots. Once this is done, the bed makes itself.
NO. During the winter the duvet inserts, made of fiber or microfiber, feathers or down, or anti-mite encasings that preserve body heat, are inserted into the comforter. Said duvet inserts are available in different densities: 100, 200, 250, 300, and 400 g/m2 so that an ideal duvet insert is available to meet the specific needs of each user.
NO, the large pillowcase has four strings and the end of each of these strings goes into the corresponding opening which allows the device to work in the same way.
You would simply have to make the bed manually until a technician resolves the issue.
NO, there will be no significant change in your bill, since the bed only operates for fifty seconds each day (the time it takes to make the bed).
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