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Slumberdown Wonderfully Warm Electric Blanket King Size - Dual Control 9-Heat Settings Luxury Heated Fleece Blanket for Bed with Auto Timer - Easy Fit, Comfortable, Machine Washable (160cm x 150cm)

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A cosy duvet cover set works just right to trap in all the heat and keep you warm all night. They’re available in a variety of prints, colours, and fabrics to give you exactly what you need for a good night’s sleep. And as the temperature drops, opt for a higher tog like our 15 tog duvet which is the warmest. The Homefront offers dual control, which helps save on energy. The LCD control pad was simple to use and, on top of choosing which side you want to heat, you can also differentiate between body and legs, with nine different temperature settings for each. If you’re the only one using your bed, then you’ll need a single electric blanket. Our popular range of double electric blankets is an ideal choice if you share a bed and can’t seem to agree on the temperature. With two controls you can change the heat setting on your side whilst your bed partner controls theirs, so you can both stay perfectly warm, just the way you like it. For your ultra-spacious beds, we even have an excellent range of king size electric blankets. Pre-heating your blanket will make sure your bed is always ready no matter what time you get to bed.

Can’t sleep? Join the club. Join today and find out how you can start getting a better night's sleep.After a long tiring day, all you want is comfort, relaxation, and somewhere toasty to fall asleep. With our collection of electric blankets, we’ve got the ideal solution to help you beat the long winter chill. Browse through our range of top brands like Dreamland, Slumberdown, and Silentnight to get the best quality for all budgets. Simply place electric blankets under fitted bed sheets for a cosy bedtime.

While health benefits shouldn’t be exaggerated, you might find if you suffer from a condition like arthritis or poor circulation that an electric blanket can alleviate some of the pain. Better blankets have elastic skirting but cheaper models use straps, which can be fiddly. More timing options and heat settings can also make a difference. The best electric blankets let you set different temperatures for your upper and lower body (since feet tend to get colder). If you sleep with a partner, look out for the dual control function, which allows one side of the bed to heat up independently to another.Here’s what I found after several nights testing the best electric blankets, starting with my favourite. (And if you’re looking for other ways to improve your sleep this winter, you could consider upgrading your pillow next). How does an electric blanket work? Pricing for other destinations within the UK is dependent on weight of parcel and geographical location Excludes post codes starting with BFPO, BT, FK, G83, GG, GY, HS, IM, IV, JE, KW, PA(20-78), PH(18-42), ZE

They are tested to comply with all the appropriate UK standards and have all been developed by sleep experts to ensure they are fit for purpose. First, you need to decide whether you want an electric blanket, which sits between your mattress and bedsheet, or an electric throw, which can be used for sleeping under or snuggling under on the sofa. That’s the first way to narrow down your search. Other things to consider are material, which could be fleece, polyester or velvet, for example, and size meaning single, double or king.My advice is that you need a cool bedroom and a warm bed. Getting into a cold bed may be perceived by your brain and body as a threat, increasing wakefulness.” The blanket itself is thin, so apart from those chunky pads I didn’t feel a thing. There were only three settings, which is far less than most competitors, which means there’s less control over heat. The first setting was fine for eliminating chill, the third was quite toasty, and the second somewhere in between. Then, via the control pad (or your smart phone) you switch it on, and choose between heat settings and – on the better models – select a time. How safe is an electric blanket? I found that some cheaper blankets had a tendency to come lose or crease up when I moved around at night; this one was fine. I liked the feature that adds extra heat to the area around your feet: in all honesty, I found in general keeping my feet snug and warm quite nice, whereas too much heat on my body made me feel stuffy and affected my sleep.

As the winter cold sets in, an electric blanket could just be the friend you need. Unlike the heavy covers your grandmother used to inflict on you, the best electric blankets these days are soft and light, with wires you’ll barely notice – and thankfully much safer and affordable, too. The top brands like Silentnight, Dreamland and Slumberdown are just as comforting as a weighted blanket (the currently popular sleeping aid), but they keep you warm and, some say, can also alleviate muscle aches and joint pains. Dr Stanley says switching on an electric blanket around half an hour before bed should make it perfectly cosy to get into, letting you drift to sleep naturally, but you should set it to turn off some time after you nod off. All the blankets I tested were able to warm up the bed in 30 minutes or less, costing less than 3p at today’s prices. What makes a good electric blanket Our luxury, quilted fleeced electric blanket will keep you blissfully warm and cosy all through the night. With 9 temperature options, 4 timer settings and body and foot warmth controls, it’s the perfect way to find exactly the right temperature for you and your partner.

There’s something luxurious about this 100 per cent cotton Dreamland electric blanket, a far cry from the cheap polyester feeling of some brands. Unlike others on this list, there’s no elasticated skirt or straps, instead it relies on a rather effective anti-slip grip on the underside. The electric blanket has six heat settings that cost between less than 1p and 8p per hour to use, and three timer options of one, three or nine hours. It connects to a mains plug but has dual control so you and anyone you share a bed with can control your own heat settings. But perhaps the biggest incentive is the high cost of electricity. At the time of writing, a typical 2000W electric heater in your bedroom could cost 68p an hour to run. By contrast, a 100W electric blanket would cost less than 4p. Over 95% of our products are manufactured here in the UK by the leading European manufacturer of filled bedding products. High-resistance wires – these days often made of carbon fibre – heat up as an electrical current passes through them. The heat is transferred via fireproof plastic coating to the bedlinen itself. Your blanket will come with a plug (or two if it’s dual-control), which usually extends to around a metre or so. Attach it to your mattress via its straps or elastic skirt, place your sheet over it, and then make your bed as usual. Make sure your duvet fully covers the bed so as not to dissipate the heat.

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