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Electric Blanket Reviews

Updated on October 10, 2014

Electric Blankets and Warming Throws Keep You Toasty Warm

Last year for Christmas I gave my daughter, daughter-in-law, and sister electric throws. They were a big hit!

Electric throws are smaller than full-size blankets and are the perfect size to use on the sofa or when sitting at the computer to keep you feeling toasty warm. Full-size electric blankets keep the chill away on frigid winter nights.

The electric blanket reviews provided here are from real-life users who have shared their experiences on Amazon on electric blankets and throws they have bought and used.

Photo of Beautyrest Micro Mink Warming Throw from Amazon.com. See link below.

Warming Throw Blankets - Beautyrest Mink Warming Throws

Reviews for this Beautyrest mink warming throw on Amazon are all positive. One happy customer who bought these warming throw blankets stated that her daughter loves her warming throw. She uses the automatic shut off on her throw. It fits her twin bed just right.

Another happy customer said they use their warming throw on train trips.

I bought my daughter and daughter-in-law warming throws and they use them all winter to snuggle under on the couch.

Warming Throws - Sunbeam Warming Throw Blankets

Sunbeam makes a variety of warming throws (smaller electric blankets) just right for snuggling under to keep toasty warm. Reviews from Amazon customers report that these blankets keep an elderly grandfather warm and toasty!

Another buyer stated they use it to snuggle under while watching TV in the evening, saving on utility bills.

Heated Blanket Reviews - Full to King Size -- Electric Blankets for Your Bed

If you are cold, there's nothing like snuggling under an electric blanket to settle down so you can sleep. Keep the drafts off with an electric blanket, no matter the size of your bed.

Amazon customers love their heated blankets. One said it even warms her feet!

Electric Snuggie - Electric Blankets to Wear!

Who knew?! An electric blanket to wear... the ultimate in warmth!

Amazon comments from happy electric blanket buyers include being able to stay warm while keeping their hands free to use the computer or read or use the remote to watch TV.

Heating Pads - For warmth and comfort

Help your aching back, neck, or legs or for spot comfort with a heating pad. These old-fashioned gadgets may seem silly till you use one and realize the "aaahhh" they provide.

Do you use an electric blanket or warming throw?

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    • Pam Irie profile image

      Pam Irie 

      6 years ago from Land of Aloha

      I hadn't heard of these warming throws, but it would be a perfect gift for my hub's Uncle......sometimes the winter nights on Maui get very chilly. (seriously!)

    • Virginia Allain profile image

      Virginia Allain 

      6 years ago from Central Florida

      Amazingly we had electric blankets when I was a kid. The upstairs received little heat from the wood stove on the first floor. In the mornings there would be ice on the windows but we kept warm with our electric blankets.

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