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Review Soft Electric Blanket Heated Blanket Throw – King Size,Queen Size,Twin Size,Full Size (Full)

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Advantages

  • Products can be returned
  • Make sure this fits by entering your model number.
  • Quilted heated fleece blanket offers warmth and comfort.
  • Easy to use electric blanket with digital controller, with 12 heat settings and 12-hour selectable auto-shut off function for peace of mind.
  • 15 seconds rapid heat constant temperature to keep warm.
  • The blanket can be washed, machine washed or hand washed, clean and skin-friendly.

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

review Soft Electric Blanket Heated Blanket Throw - King Size,Queen Size,Twin Size,Full Size (Full)

review Soft Electric Blanket Heated Blanket Throw - King Size,Queen Size,Twin Size,Full Size (Full)

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 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 you’re using a heated blanket regularly, you may want to buy a washable option.
  • Is the blanket washable? Heated blankets shouldn’t 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 Blanket

 Maintaining a Heated Blanket? Follow these easy steps.

  1. Place the blanket on a flat surface.
  2. Fold the blanket in half.
  3. Turn the blanket inside out.
  4. Wash the blanket in cold water and tumble dry on low heat.
  5. Turn it back right side out.
  6. Add 2 or 3 drops of fabric softener to the dryer.
  7. Tumble the blanket on low heat for 10 to 15 minutes.