Luxome ClimaSense Comforter Review – A Heat Sensing Comforter?

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There’s a unique type of material that can sense when you’re overheating, or feeling too cold. It’s called 37.5 active particle technology, and it’s a synthetic polyester material that has been designed to be thermoregulating. So, if you’re a hot sleeper looking for a comforter that won’t trap heat, the Luxome ClimaSense is the perfect comforter for you.

In my unbiased Luxome ClimaSense comforter review, I explain how the comforter works based on my testing experience, the materials used to make it and more.

LUXOME ClimaSense Comforter

LUXOME ClimaSense Comforter

The LUXOME ClimaSense comforter actually senses your body temperature. When you get too hot, it will dissipate heat. But it also keeps you cozy when you’re cold.

Mattress Clarity Score
5.00 / 5

Luxome ClimaSense Comforter Overview

I’ve reviewed a few Luxome products here at Mattress Clarity in addition to the ClimaSense. The company is all about giving its customers a luxurious sleep experience, and in my opinion, the products do hold up to that mission. The LAYR pillow is an adjustable and customizable pillow with many different options to meet a wide range of needs. And the Luxury sheet set does feel luxuriously soft.

Overall Rating

Luxome ClimaSense Comforter Review


Overall Rating
Temp Regulation
Fill Density
Fluffiness / Softness

But this review is about the ClilmaSense comforter and how it might be the one-stop-shop for all your comforter needs. Before I get into why, here’s a brief overview of the comforter to show you who this is ideal for and who might need to consider something else:

Who might like the Luxome ClimaSense Comforter?Who might not like the Luxome ClimaSense Comforter?
Fans of cotton comfortersFans of down comforters
Fans of down alternative comfortersPeople looking for color variety
Hot sleepersShoppers on a budget

Luxome ClimaSense Comforter Materials

Let’s take a look at the materials that go into the Luxome ClimaSense comforter.


The outer cover of the Luxome ClimaSense comforter is made with a blend of cotton and polyester. It is mostly cotton, using 80% cotton to 20% polyester. The polyester is a unique material called 37.5 polyester.

A close up image of the Luxome ClimaSense Comforter's cover.

37.5 active particle fabric is a material that has been designed specifically for temperature regulation. It will regulate your body temperature, which means it can dissipate heat during warmer months, but insulate heat during colder months. It also keeps you at an optimal humidity level, so you shouldn’t feel sweaty while using this either.

It features a baffle box construction, meaning the cover is sewn through to keep the fill evenly distributed. In each of the corners, you’ll find loops to attach a duvet cover to it. This is a plus for those looking to add some color to the comforter, as it only comes in white.


On the inside of this comforter, you’ll find a fluffy polyester down alternative fill. This is a blend of 75% standard polyester fluff with 25% of the 37.5 polyester. This also helps the comforter stay temperature neutral and keeps you from overheating or feeling too cold.

A hand squeezes the Luxome ClimaSense Comforter to show how fluffy it is.


Because the comforter is designed to be as temperature regulating as possible, it will feel warm and fuzzy during the cold months. And with the baffle box design, the fill stays fairly even throughout the comforter. In my testing, I found that I didn’t need to fluff the comforter much, if at all.


The Luxome ClimaSense comforter is completely hypoallergenic. If you have sensitive skin or allergies, this comforter should not cause problems. It is soft to the touch and it won’t trap allergens in your sleep environment.

30-60 Min Nap with the Luxome ClimaSense Comforter

Full disclosure, I’m always a little nervous to test comforters, and it has everything to do with the fact that I tend to run hot, or I get hot pretty quickly. Comforters are known for their warmth and fuzziness. Even with the temperature regulating 37.5 technology aspect to the ClimaSense, I always wonder if it will actually work.

When I first settled into using the ClimaSense, I definitely noticed that extra warmth right away. This is expected, of course; my body temperature hadn’t adjusted to the new warmth, and the comforter hadn’t started working its magic yet.

I’d say after about 10 minutes is when I noticed my body temperature started to regulate with the comforter. I notice heat collect around my legs most of the time, and that’s the reason I kick things off as well. And at that 10 or so minute mark, I hadn’t kicked off the comforter.

A man rests on his side while covered with the Luxome ClimaSense Comfroter.

It was also around this time that I finally was able to drift off into sleep (I cannot fall asleep if I’m burning up). It was nice to be able to use a comforter and not kick it off almost immediately! And I was also surprised considering, at the time of my initial testing, it was the start of summer in Austin, where temperatures hit 90 by midday easily.

Truthfully though, I don’t see myself using this comforter year round. I just run too hot during the summer and need the thinnest layers while I sleep. But come wintertime, this will be a great choice.

Luxome ClimaSense Comforter Size & Price Chart

Take a look at our chart below for up-to-date price information on the Luxome ClimaSense comforter.

King/Cal king$350

LUXOME ClimaSense Comforter

LUXOME ClimaSense Comforter

The LUXOME ClimaSense comforter actually senses your body temperature. When you get too hot, it will dissipate heat. But it also keeps you cozy when you’re cold.

Mattress Clarity Score
5.00 / 5

Caring for the Luxome ClimaSense Comforter

Unfortunately, the ClimaSense comforter cannot be machine-washed. Luxome recommends spot cleaning or dry cleaning when it gets dirty or when accidents happen.

If you’re worried about accidents, you can also opt for using a duvet cover to give the comforter a bit of protection.

How does the Luxome ClimaSense Comforter Compare to other Comforters?

These days there are some really high-quality comforters on the market. I’ve taken the time to compare the ClimaSense comforter to two comforters that use other materials, bamboo and down, from popular brands Cozy Earth and Brooklinen.

Luxome vs Cozy Earth

Both Luxome and Cozy Earth aim to sell a luxury sleep experience. Luxome’s ClimaSense is great for those who love a fluffy cotton comforter that keeps them temperature neutral. But Cozy Earth’s comforter is more for those who love a soft, silky bamboo cover. You can even opt between a bamboo fiber or silk fill to really get the luxury experience.

Cozy Earth Comforter - A man pinches the fabric on the comforter.

However, if you want a comforter to be big and fluffy, the Cozy Earth comforter doesn’t give that experience. It does come in two warmth options, but the bamboo fill in the standard warm that I tested created a very thin and lightweight comforter. Both should be good for hot sleepers, but they work in different ways to achieve this.

The Luxome ClimaSense has the unique 37.5 polyester, which dissipates heat. The Cozy Earth comforter uses bamboo, which is breathable and moisture-wicking, and is a much thinner comforter, which shouldn’t make you feel hot and sweaty.

Who should get the Luxome ClimaSense?Who should get the Cozy Earth Comforter?
Anyone who wants a fluffy comforterPeople who need a lightweight comforter
Fans of cotton comfortersFans of silky bamboo comforters

Read our Cozy Earth comforter review.

Luxome vs Brooklinen

Down comforters are popular because they give sleepers a soft, cushiony feel while they sleep, and one of the best comes from Brooklinen. What sets this apart from the Luxome ClimaSense is all in the materials. Brooklinen uses a 100% cotton cover, while Luxome uses a cotton/polyester blend with the 37.5 technology.

Brooklinen - Breathable Down Comforter

This makes the Luxome ClimaSense a better choice for hot sleepers who are concerned about overheating, as down can be a natural insulator. However, Brooklinen does offer three different warmth options for people who love down comforters, but maybe want a lightweight option. The ClimaSense only comes in one warmth option, but it does use down alternative instead of down if that’s what you prefer to use.

Who should get the Luxome ClimaSense?Who should get the Brooklinen Down Comforter?
People wanting a down alternative comforterFans of down comforters
Hot sleepersPeople who want to choose a warmth option

Read Our Brooklinen Down comforter review.

Company Policies for the Luxome ClimaSense Comforter

Let’s see what Luxome offers when you make a purchase.

Shipping Information

Luxome offers free shipping on all orders.

Trial Period & Returns

From the day the ClimaSense arrives, you’ll have 30 days to make exchanges or returns. This effectively acts as a trial period. If you decide that the comforter is not for you, you can return it within that 30-day period.

Be sure to include any Luxome packaging (not cardboard) in your return, and try to keep the comforter as “like new” as possible. Luxome will provide a prepared label, but the shipping costs will be deducted from your refund.

Luxome ClimaSense Comforter FAQs

Can I wash the Luxome ClimaSense comforter?

No. Luxome recommends spot cleaning or dry cleaning when the comforter gets dirty. However, this comforter does double as a duvet insert, so you can keep it inside a machine-washable duvet cover to give it some protection.

What if I don’t like my Luxome ClimaSense comforter?

You can return the comforter, just be sure to do it within 30 days from the day it was delivered.

How long will the Luxome ClimaSense comforter last?

Around three to five years. It’s made with a blend of cotton and polyester, but both are very high-quality. And with the ability to use a duvet cover, this comforter should last you a number of years with good care.

Tony Klespis

Tony is a staff writer at Mattress Clarity where he analyzes sleep products and appears in review videos. He earned a B.A in English from Sam Houston State University and a M.A in Mass Communication from Texas State University. When he isn’t writing about sleep products, Tony loves to unwind with a good book or can be found playing Pokemon Go outside with his friends, or cuddling with his cat, Penguin. He’s always down to try a new, local restaurant and try new foods.