Snuggledown Intelligent Warmth Electric Blanket King Size - Dual Control 9 Heat-Settings Quilted Luxury Heated Blanket for Bed - Cotton Cover, Auto Timer, Comfortable, Machine Washable (150cm x 200cm)

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Snuggledown Intelligent Warmth Electric Blanket King Size - Dual Control 9 Heat-Settings Quilted Luxury Heated Blanket for Bed - Cotton Cover, Auto Timer, Comfortable, Machine Washable (150cm x 200cm)

Snuggledown Intelligent Warmth Electric Blanket King Size - Dual Control 9 Heat-Settings Quilted Luxury Heated Blanket for Bed - Cotton Cover, Auto Timer, Comfortable, Machine Washable (150cm x 200cm)

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If it’s high temperatures you’re after, it doesn’t get much toastier than this teddy fleece one from Dreamland – even level 3 out of 6 was warmer than most others we tested. Some might find it a little too sweaty, but it can also be reversed, and the polyester side used in warmer months. The best electric blankets you can buy in 2023 1. Silentnight Comfort Control Electric Blanket: Best low-cost electric blanket

WITH nights getting increasingly darker and colder, electric blankets are a popular way to stay warm at night and the best ones may also save you money on your heating bill. Electric blankets usually come in every bed size, from single up to super king. They range from basic designs with just a few temperature settings to luxe items of bedding with features such as timers, extra foot warmth and separate controls for each side of the bed (ideal if you feel the cold but your partner’s a warm sleeper – or vice versa). It’s simple but effective, heating up in about 30 minutes and staying warm until we’d dropped off to sleep, and we liked the raised marking on the controls (useful for when fumbling in the dark to switch it off). A good fabric for the price, and made from a sort of dense, felt-like fleece, making it a little warmer than cotton or regular polyester blankets, and it fastens to the mattress with two large elastic straps at the top and bottom.All blankets have a range of heat settings, but the number might vary from three to 12. More advanced blankets might even have different settings for different zones, so you can have additional heat for your feet or different heat levels for the two sides of a double bed. What other things should I look out for? The remote controls feel high quality, and function-wise, there are a ton of functions: dual control, separate zones for the body and feet, nine heat settings and four timer settings. We loved its super-speedy five-minute warm-up time (by the time you’ve cleaned your teeth, it’ll be ready to go), well-positioned cord connection and good cable length, and three timers: one, three and nine hours. It also fitted perfectly flat on the bed, with elastic straps to loop around the mattress. A fairly standard design, with corner straps, three heat settings and made from a quilted polyester material (great if you find that the fleecy fabrics make you feel too clammy). Most modern electric blankets – and each one we tested here – can be machine-washed and some can even be tumble-dried.

null Heated Over Blanket Great quality blanket bought it as a present as I already have one and love it. Fab price as wellnull Disappointing Wasn’t impressed with the level of heat at all. Good that there are settings 1 to 10, but very poor quality of heat is transmitted . It also has a skirt fastening instead of strap, enabling it to be fitted snugly all the way around, with perfectly placed holes for the cables to slot through. If we had one complaint, it’s that it does take a while to warm up, and any setting lower than number five can’t really be felt, but this was one of our favourite electric blankets that we, set to become a staple on our beds this winter. How much money one costs to run depends on a number of factors, including what setting you have it on for, what its wattage is and what the current rate for electricity is.

Unlike electric throws, which are designed to be laid on top of the bed or snuggled up with on the sofa, electric blankets lay flat on your bed underneath your sheet. They contain lots of thin wires inside the fabric; the blanket is then connected to the mains electricity to gently heat up the entire bed. It fits easily over the bed with elastic straps on the four corners. One minor niggle, however, was that we found that the ‘lip’ around the edge of the blanket stopped our sheet from fitting quite so smoothly. Ensure the product is completely dry before use. Before washing, disconnect the heat controller from the electric blanket. This product is not suitable for children under 3 years old. Care instructions - Cover and heat pad: machine washable at 40°C. Do not iron. Tumble dry on a low settingElectric blankets are widely available to buy in plenty of high street stores and online, from homeware retailers and department stores, and even pharmacies such as B o ots. This one also avoids a lot of the usual underblanket pitfalls: it’s big enough to cover most of the bed; the deep, elasticated skirt stops it riding up during the night; there’s no cold central zone between the two regions, and any wires are nicely unobtrusive. There’s a super-king size available and you can even wash it at 30˚C. The Homefront is a blanket with a mid-range price tag but one that works and feels like a high-end option. Liz Lavery Low Heat from this "heated throw" I am very disappointed with this product as no matter how long I leave it on for at the high setting it does not heat my bed to any satisfaction. It may be a safety feature but overall poor product It’s not bad, but if you’re after a budget option, we found better at similar (or better) prices, such as Dunelm’s Cosy & Warm blanket. Pros: Wireless, uses infra-red technology so no heat is lost, looks great, useful if working from home



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