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Review Electric Blanket Heated Throw Full Size 72″ x 84″ Oversized Flannel Heated Blanket, ETL Certification Fast Heating with 4 Heating Levels & 10 Hours Auto-Off, Machine Washable

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Details: Electric Blanket Heated Throw Full Size 72″ x 84″ Oversized Flannel Heated Blanket, ETL Certification Fast Heating with 4 Heating Levels & 10 Hours Auto-Off, Machine Washable

Brand: CURECURE

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Advantages

  • Products can be returned
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  • Comfort Soft Flannel & Full-body Warmth: Deluxe and soft flannel is skin-friendly and greatly facilitates heat penetration and preservation; Features large queen size (72*84in) to embrace your whole body.
  • Machine Washable: This heated blanket comes with a detachable control panel with a long power cord that makes it easy to clean and maintain. Wash it safely in your washing machine after disconnecting the power cord and detaching the control panel.
  • One-Button Easy Operation: Electric Blanket with 4 heating levels (90℉-107℉) provides you the customizable temperature, desired warmth and comfort. With the auto shut-off design, the blanket has great safety measures which includes turning off after 10 hours. If you want to turn it back on, simply press the power button.
  • High-end Warmth and Multipurpose Use: With the fast-heating design will offer you the instant warmth in the cold winter. And the heating wires are evenly distributed which makes the heat evenly distributed. Whether you are watching tv, or sitting casually on the bad or the couch, it keeps you warm all the time.

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  • Is an online purchase
  • Delivery may be delayed in some areas.

review Electric Blanket Heated Throw Full Size 72

review Electric Blanket Heated Throw Full Size 72

Buyer Guide Heated Blanket

Your heated blanket can be a lifesaver in cold weather. But which blanket should you buy? And how much should you pay for it?

  • Price. Most heated blankets are priced between $50 and $300. While you can find better deals online, you can also find them at better prices at a local store (like Wal-Mart).
  • Size. Most blankets are available in sizes from twin to queen.
  • Weight. Heated blankets usually weigh between 3 and 10 pounds.
  • Temperature Range. Most heated blankets have a temperature range between 80 and 110 degrees.
  • Extension Cord. An extension cord is a must, especially for blankets that are larger than 2 feet by 2 feet.
  • Plug Type and Voltage. Most heated blankets are plugged in via a standard 120V outlet. However, you may need a power adapter if you’re outside the United States.
  • Check Customer Reviews. Look at the type of reviews each blanket has. Look for any bad reviews. If a blanket has a lot of negative reviews, it’s probably not a good buy.

How to choose Heated Blanket

 When choosing a heated blanket, there are a few important factors to keep in mind:

  • How much heat do you desire? The number of watts your blanket uses matters. A blanket with a greater wattage will be warmer but may cost more. It’s also a good idea to choose a heated blanket that has a temperature control feature, so you can adjust the temperature to your desired level.
  • How much space do you require? When shopping for a heating blanket, it’s important to consider how much space you need. Most heated blankets come with no smaller than a queen-size option, so you’ll want to measure your bed before making a purchase.
  • What type of backing do you need? Heated blankets often come in fleece and flannel options. However, you may be interested in thinner, lighter blankets for year-round use.
  • How much control do you need? Some heated blankets come with overheating protection, which automatically shuts off the blanket if it overheats. This feature is especially useful if you have children or pets.

 

How to Maintain Heated Blanket

How to maintain a Heated Blanket

  • Use a duvet cover: If using a duvet cover, make sure the plug is on the same side as the blanket.
  • Remove any loose threads or loose material on the blanket: These could entangle the heating elements.
  • Wash the blanket: Remove any lint or hair from the blanket before washing.
  • Use the correct temperature setting: The blanket may have an “auto” setting, but check to see if the blanket is warm or hot. If it is warm, select the “high” setting.
  • Do not use bleach: Bleach could damage the blanket.
  • Avoid drying the blanket on high heat: This could cause the heating elements to crack.
  • Do not dry the blanket in the dryer: This could cause the heating elements to crack.
  • Do not use fabric softener: Fabric softener could clog the heating elements.
  • Do not iron the blanket: This could cause the heating elements to crack.
  • Do not dry clean the blanket: This could cause the heating elements to crack.
  • Hang dry: Hang the blanket to dry.
  • Do not use a tumble dryer: Tumble dryers could damage the heating elements.
  • Do not dry the blanket in a dryer: Dry the blanket in a dryer, and use a low heat setting.
  • Do not dry the blanket in the sun: Dry the blanket on low heat.
  • Do not dry the blanket on high heat: Dry the blanket on low heat.