Details: Heated Shawl for Women Cape Blanket, 40″x 25″ Electric Heated Blanket, USB Heated Blanket for Car, 5V Electric Throw for Camping, Fish, Picnic, Sports, Football, Concerts (Pink)
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- 【Safety Protection System】Our electric blanket has integrated overheating protection in an abnormality and timing-off, ensuring the maximum temperature is 60 ° C.
- 【Three Time Periods】You can set the heating time in 60/90/120 minutes according to your personal needs, which is very convenient to use.
- 【Machine Washable】 The heating blankets have detachable power cords, and control units allow you to clean the mantle at home at 30 ° C, very easy to maintain
- 【Three-speed Adjustable Temperature】This electric blanket can be set three temperature levels: 35-40 ° C, 45-50 ° C, 55-60 ° C, preheating to the desired temperature in 30 to 50 minutes
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Buyer Guide Heated BlanketYour 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 BlanketWhen choosing a heated blanket, there are a few factors that you should consider:
- The size of your blanket. Depending on the temperature settings, heated blankets can range in weight from 5 to 25 pounds.
- The temperature settings.
- The length of the cord. Heated blankets offer numerous temperature settings, but you may want to check the weight capacity of your blanket before purchasing.
- The type of heating. Heated blankets come in two primary types: electric blankets and heated mattress pads. Electric blankets are usually made with an on/off switch, allow you to select the temperature level, and have a controller for timers. Heated mattress pads allow you to control the temperature, but do not have timers.
- Is the blanket machine washable? If youre using a heated blanket regularly, you may want to buy a washable option.
- Is the blanket washable? Heated blankets shouldnt be washed with regular blankets, according to Consumer Reports, because they can melt down your blanket.
- Is the blanket safe? Heated blankets are safest when plugged into a grounded outlet.
- Is the blanket certified?
What type of heating is used? Heated blankets use one of three heating methods:
- Electric blankets use electric heating elements to warm your bed.
- Heated mattress pads use electric heating elements to warm the bottom of your fitted sheet.
- Heated throw blankets use electric heating elements to warm the entire blanket.
How to Maintain Heated BlanketWhen shopping for a heated blanket, there are a few important features to keep in mind:
- Are heated blankets machine washable? Most heated blankets are machine washable, but be sure to check the care labels before throwing them in the washer.
- What type of heating mechanism do heated blankets use? Heated blankets typically use one of two heating technologies: electric heating or heat-pump technology. Electric blankets use electricity to warm blankets, whereas heat-pump blankets use liquid propane or electricity to warm a blanket through the transference of heat from the air surrounding the blanket.
- What size heated blanket do I need? Heated blankets come in many different shapes and sizes. Its important to consider how much space you have available, whether you will be using your heated blanket on a bed or couch, and how long you will be relying on your blanket for warmth.
- Is my heated blanket safe? There are dozens of heated blankets on the market, and not all of them are safe. When you shop for a heated blanket, look for products with UL (Underwriters Laboratories) certification. These certifications ensure that heated blankets have passed various safety standards and that they are safe to use around children.
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