Slumberdown Sleepy Nights Electric Blanket Double - Warm & Cosy 3-Heat Settings Heated Blanket for Bed with Sleep Safe Auto Shut off - Comfortable, Easy Fit Straps, Machine Washable (135cm x 120cm)
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It's worth noting that an electric blanket sits on top of a mattress and underneath you, while a heated blanket or throw is one you can wrap around you. We want all our products to set the standards for creating your perfect sleep space, helping you drift off and wake up refreshed. This summer season, integrative psychotherapist and sleep specialist Ruth Anne Adams, Slumberdown’s resident sleep and wellbeing ambassador, is helping the nation learn how to get a good night’s sleep.
You should always follow the instructions when using an electric blanket, and never use one for infants or anyone with a pacemaker.Popping your kettle on will cost around 9p per five minutes of use, though again it's an average and depends on the model you have and how you use it. As an Integrative Therapist, she is able to uniquely bring together the worlds of science and ancient meditation practices to improve your entire wellbeing by working with the mind and body as one. USwitch estimates the average cost is 24p to run a heated blanket for one hour a day for seven days - so around 3.
The cost of using an electric blanket depends on a number of things, including the model, how much power it uses, how often you have it on and for how long, plus which setting you use.Upwards of 16 million Brits are struck down by hay fever each year, with millions more of us experiencing seasonal sneezing, wheezing and coughing while we sleep.
The blanket has three heat settings and warms up in just five minutes, and can be kept on all night. Of course, every extra hour you use it increases this cost, and the exact cost will depend on your energy tariff. Slumbertown, which makes the blanket, claims that the device cost from as little as "1p per night" to run.you can get around three hours of heat from a hot water bottle and you'll be paying only for boiling the kettle. The Sun", "Sun", "Sun Online" are registered trademarks or trade names of News Group Newspapers Limited. 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.