Mia&Coco Electric Heated Blanket Throw Flannel Sherpa Fast Heating 120x160cm, 10 Heat Levels & Up-to-9-Hours Auto-Off Timer & LED Display, for Home Office Use, Machine Washable, ETL Certified, Grey
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Keep scrolling to see our pick of the top discounts for January, with big savings from brands such as Dreamland and Silentnight. Kate also commented that the material felt "super soft and comfy", something she appreciated on chilly days. Currently available in grey or brown with a choice between two sizes, the blanket is also made with a "deluxe soft touch" plush material.
This navy-blue electric blanket from Dreams comes with nine heat settings that you can swap between using a controller that can be detached, for ease. It has heating elements throughout the blanket which are powered via the mains, and there's a control panel which you use to toggle between the different temperature options and set the timer (up to nine hours). Please remember, if the package was signed for without a damage note, we only have up to 48 hours to lodge a claim with the courier for the contents of the package after which, claims may not get accepted free of charge. With a sumptuous velvet fabric and a choice of four rich colourways (the emerald green is our favourite), the Dreamland Deluxe Velvet Herringbone Heated Throw is the winner of our best pick for style.The Sweet Dreams electric blanket promises to be "unlike any other electric blanket you have seen before", and comes with a quilted plush finish for extra comfort. See how the running costs of an electric blanket compare to the cost of boiling your kettle for a hot water bottle in: Hot water bottle or electric blanket, what's best and cheapest for keeping you warm in bed. I would thoroughly recommend this electric blanket as a comfort to look forward to after being in a chilly house all day. If you’re using it on your bed, it covers more space, and if you’re snuggling under it on the sofa there’s more snuggly blanket to go around you. Available in seven colours and four sizes, the Pawque electric blanket comes with 10 heating levels and timer settings, promising to "ease up every stiff muscle or tension in your body".
Available in four sizes ranging from single to super king, Slumberdown electric blanket comes with elasticated straps to help keep it in place on your mattress, and is topped with a "super-soft comfort layer" to ensure a comfortable surface to sleep on.Any copyright issues must be reported to us and upon verification, any listings in violation will be suspended. This cosy throw is velour on one side and Sherpa fleece on the other, so it’s warm even before you switch on the heat. They’re available in a variety of prints, colours, and fabrics to give you exactly what you need for a good night’s sleep. You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice.
Our first stop was the Mumsnet forums – the largest network of parents in the UK – where we gathered tried-and-tested recommendations from our trusted users to find the throws they love. Your continued use of the Site after any such changes constitutes your acceptance of the new Terms and Conditions. Finance is provided by PayPal Credit (a trading name of PayPal UK Ltd, Whittaker House, Whittaker Avenue, Richmond-Upon-Thames, Surrey, United Kingdom, TW9 1EH).To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. Invest in one of these best electric throws, and you’ll be able to turn your heating down, or even off, and stop your energy bills spiralling. We currently do not serve areas outside UK mainland including Scottish Offshore (KW15-17, ZE, HS, PA20, 41-49, 60-75, 77-78, KA27-28, PH40, 42-44), Scilly Isles (TR21-25), Northern Ireland (BT), Channel Islands (GY, JE), IOM (IM), Eire and BFPO addresses. I switch it on as soon as I get in, put the coffee on and just sit in comfort with my feet tucked under the bottom of it (yeah it’s that long) knowing I’m not giving the energy company a fortune. On their highest settings, we found that electric blankets cost anywhere between 2p and 7p an hour to run.