Nikken Comforter

The Nikken Magnetic comforter helps your body to relax so that you can get a great night’s sleep. Nikken has a few choices for comforters. The white comforters are sized for beds and are available in two weights. The travel comforter is sized for personal use and does NOT have magnets. Click on the picture below of the item you are interested in for more information and to order.

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I think that having a Nikken comforter, a magnetic blanket, on your bed is a key element to getting great sleep at night.

Staying a comfortble temperature is an important part of getting a good night sleep. If you get too warm you wake up sweating. If you get too cold you wake up shivering. Either way, if you wake up, you aren’t getting good sleep.

What’s Special About the Nikken Magnetic Comforter?

The Nikken magnetic comforter isn’t like other blankets and comforters that you have used before. The magnets help your body to relax. The most important benefit of any magnetic device that you may use on your body is its ability to help your muscles and tendons to relax.

The Nikken blankets also contain ceramic fibers that absorb excess energy and reflect it back to you to help keep you warm, but not too warm, while you sleep.

The Dream and Dream Light comforters are great-looking white blankets that contain both magnets and the ceramic fiber that I just mentioned. The magnets in the Dream and Dream Light comforters complement the magnets in the Nikken mattress pads and, along with the Naturest magnetic pillow, create a relaxing and rejuvenating magnetic field around your body.

I do have to point out that the white comforters are dry clean only.

These comforters work so well at moderating body temperature that we use them on anyone in our family if they run a temperature. We just wrap them up in one of the comforters and their temperature is usually back to normal the next day. Naturally, if there is something serious going on then you should see your doctor.

My Thoughts on the Nikken Magnetic Comforter

We bought our first Nikken magnetic comforter 11 years ago when I first became a distributor. We chose the Dream Light comforter because we live in the South and it doesn’t often get cold enough to warrant the heavier insulation in the Dream Comforter. After 10 years it was starting to fall apart so we bought a new one.

BTW, the magnets in the comforter make great refrigerator magnets. I cut our old comforter up to see how it was made and removed all of the magnets. They are held firmly in place, so they won’t come loose on their own.

With all of the magnets in the mattress topper, pillow and comforter I sleep very well. I usually fall asleep within a few minutes.

There are 2 things that I don’t care for about the Nikken magnetic blankets:

  • They are white
  • They are dry clean only

The Nikken magnetic blanket looks absolutely beautiful when they are brand new. We have kids and a cat though, so there is no way they are going to stay white for long. We could get it dry cleaned more often but that quickly gets very expensive. Also, the chemicals that dry cleaners use are not exactly good for you, and no matter how good the cleaner is there will be residues left on the comforter.

Regardless of that though, I absolutely love the Dream Light comforter that we have. I wouldn’t trade it for anything. We keep it covered with another comforter during the day so that it doesn’t get any dirtier than it has to. At night we pull the top sheet over the top edge of the comforter so that it doesn’t absorb the oils from our skin. With a little care it can stay white.

The most important thing is how the comforter works, and it works very well.

Related Products

Nikken KenkoTherm Cocoon sleeping bag


As an independent Nikken wellness consultant I do not represent or speak for Nikken. The contents of this website represent my opinions based on my use of my Nikken comforter. Also, none of these statements have been reviewed or approved by the FDA. I am a massage therapist and therefore do not diagnose, treat, or prescribe magnetic blankets for any specific conditions.

16 Responses to Nikken Comforter

  1. Linda says:

    Can the comforter be put inside a duvet to keep it clean?

    • Wayne says:

      Yes, the duvet cover will not change any of the comforter’s magnetic properties but it will lose some of it’s temperature regulating ability because of the extra layers of fabric. It just won’t breathe as well.

  2. Beth says:

    Hi, I’m trying to purchase the travel comforter but it seems it’s discontinued. I got the KenkoTherm Cocoon but I think it will be too hot in the Summer. I get hot at night. So what is suggested for summer nights? Do not want to purchase anything expensive. Can I buy the travel comforter from another source?

    • Wayne says:

      Hi Beth. I had no idea that the travel comforter was discontinued, but it does appear to be gone. And I understand your concern about the Cocoon being too warm. That and the light comforters are the only options from Nikken right now. You can always try Ebay to see if anyone is selling the travel comforter on there.

  3. Twana says:

    Hi there. I have a kenko heavy comforter and the magnets have come unattached and are stuck together in each pocket. Can I somehow sew them back in place? Do I need to worry about them facing a certain position?

    • Ben says:

      The magnets are in two pieces. The magnet itself is rounded and faces down toward you. The other piece is a flat disk with a post that goes through a cloth layer then snaps into the back of the magnet. You might be able to snap them back in place.

  4. Betty Lane says:

    I have a travel quilt (zips together on 3 sides) that has been packed away for years, I think i purchased it in the mid-late 80’s. I now have a pacemaker and am wondering if it has magnets in it?

    • Ben says:

      Hi Betty. There have been different versions of the travel quilt over the years, some with magnets and some without. The current blue one does not. I found an old green one that does. If it still has the tag attached, the one that says “Under Penalty of Law this tag is not to be removed…,” it should list the materials inside including any magnets.

  5. Irene Logan says:

    Why Dry Clean only for Nikken Comforter? This introduces toxic chemicals.

    • Ben says:

      Hi Irene. The comforter is dry clean only because of the magnets. They could rust after repeated washing in water. I agree with you about the toxic chemicals. We do our best not to come into physical contact with our comforter 1) to reduce it’s chances of getting dirty so that I don’t have to get it cleaned very often and 2) so that I don’t have to worry about any chemicals that it may have picked up from cleaning. We pull the sheet up a couple inches and fold it down over the top edge of the comforter to protect it (and us).

  6. Lisa says:

    I accidentally washed my Nikken comforter in the washing machine – is it ruined? Have all of the beneficial magnetic qualities been destroyed?

    • Your comforter should be fine. Get it hung up so that it can air dry thoroughly and try not to do that very often. People have washed them without any damage but it is not recommended. I think we have washed our comforter once before too.

  7. Marilyn says:

    I own a Nikken comforter. How do I care for it? Washing machine or dry clean?

  8. john tedrick says:

    what can i use for back to feei better.i do have a magboy. had it for years just found in when i moved do they work ??. thank you john.

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