Silentnight Snugsie Wearable Blanket - Soft Teddy Fleece Blanket with Sleeves - 2-in-1 Sleeved blanket and Cushion - Supersized with Foot Pocket
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Machine washable – the blanket is suitable for machine washing, see care label for instructions, 150 x 200cm in size Wrapping yourself in the blanket increases happy hormones (serotonin and melatonin) and at the same time decreases stress hormones (cortisol) to improve your mood, ensuring you fall asleep feeling content and happy
The best heated throw blanket is always a hot topic on the Mumsnet forums when cold weather comes around. These snuggly spreads are much loved as they could be the key to keeping warm this winter while saving money on your heating bill. They're a little similar to the best electric blankets, but while those are predominantly used as bedding, heated throws are more decorative and you can cosy up under them on the sofa. Size and coverage: Make sure the throw is large enough to cover you comfortably. If you want one you can snuggle up under with your other half or kids, make sure you go for a large size so there's space for everyone. Follow the instructions on the care label of your bedding before washing, this will specify if that type of bedding can be machine washed and at what temperature. How to store bedding
What's the difference between a heated throw and an electric blanket?
Bedding should ideally be washed on average every 2 weeks to keep it clean and refreshed. However, for those who suffer from night sweats or allergies, you should consider washing your bedding more frequently. How to wash bedding This depends on how long you use it for and which setting you opt for. As a general rule, you can expect running a heated throw to cost somewhere between 4p and 8p an hour. Temperature settings: Look for adjustable heat settings so you can get the most out of your blanket – some options have as many as 10 different settings! Bear in mind that it does often cost more to run a blanket on the higher settings, so it's a good idea to opt for one with good range. Safety features: Look for blankets with an automatic shut-off feature. It's a must-have in case you accidentally drift off while it's on, and you can usually choose between different time settings up to nine hours. Overheat protection is also a good safety feature to have too. Snuggle in and enjoy a warm, cosy bed with an extra layer of quilted luxury. The multi-zonal controls mean you can control each quarter of the Silentnight Snuggle In Multi-Zone Heated Topper independently. Choosing from 9 settings to heat the bottom and top of the bed separately so you can keep your toes extra toasty! The heated mattress topper is deeply quilted for ultimate comfort, helping to rejuvenate your mattress. The built-in timer means that you can pre-warm your bed to get ready to snuggle in at night.
Supersized for cosy comfort: supersized to ensure you’re completely covered as you relax, one size fits all Heated throw blankets emit heat via coil wires that provide a steady source of warmth when plugged into an electrical outlet. Each heated throw blanket has a controller, a built-in timer, and a temperature control gauge. That means it will only go as warm as you want it to. The timer means the heat should cut off after a specified time of your choice, so you don't need to worry if you fall asleep while snuggled up in it. How much does it cost to run a heated throw? By doing this, we whittled our longlist down and chose a selection of products that we think offer something for everybody. About the author Silentnight are the UK’s most trusted sleep brand with over 70 years’ experience in creating products to help the whole family get a great night's sleep
Wonderfully weighted – the blanket is filled with undetectable weighted glass beads sewn into a soft and breathable quilted microfibre cover, 6.8kgs in weight There's often some confusion between heated throws and heated blankets. Whilst electric blankets are predominantly used as bedding, heated throws are used in other parts of the home. Wake up happy - the deep touch pressure stimulation of the blanket will help to ease you into a calming and restful sleep
Ease anxiety and stress – designed to give you a therapeutic gentle hug helping you to prepare for sleep If you're worrying about your children staying well this winter, then it's understandable that you might be considering allowing them to get under your heated throw. These blankets are perfectly safe for children to use under supervision, but they're not recommended for under fives. They're also not safe for children to sleep with, as they should always be supervised when using a heated throw. How we chose the best heated throw Last year, energy prices surged dramatically, and with the cost of living crisis, everyone’s bills went through the roof. With winter just around the corner again, many people are looking for ways to stay warm while keeping the heating off, and Mumsnet users swear by the best heated throws as a potential solution. Along with other ideas like using the best hot water bottle and wearing the cosiest women's slippers, these electric throws focus on heating the person and not the room to stave off the cold. And while they can be pricey initially, some throws cost from as little as 1p a night to run.
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Our collection of luxury bedding is a great step toward a great night's sleep all year round. From summer bedding featuring anti-allergy bedding for those hayfever sufferers and Airmax technology to keep you cool, to winter bedding including electric blankets. Explore an array of designs from simple and subtle white bedding to more statement floral bedding, all available in a selection of sizes from king-size and super-king bedding to single bedding and must-have double bedding sets. Switch up your bedroom aesthetics and boost your night's sleep with new bedding from Silentnight. The Silentnight Snuggle In Multi-Zone Heated Topper is an energy efficient and affordable way to stay warm for less. Pre- heating your bed for 1 hour on a low heat setting costs as little as 1p, so you can afford to snuggle in night after night. As sleep experts we recommend turning off the appliance before falling asleep to regulate your core temperature for a less disturbed sleep. With many years of experience as a content and copywriter for her family business Urban Media Publishing, Gemma has written articles and blogs on travel, the outdoor industry, parenting and finance. As someone interested in creating a beautiful and comfortable home for her family while saving money where possible, Gemma was determined to provide honest and independent advice on the best heated throw that will keep your family warm for mere pennies this winter. Why you should trust us The Silentnight Snugsie Wearable Blanket has been created to help you stay snug and cosy as you relax, whether that’s on the sofa or in bed