Grey - Heated & Electric Blankets
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Fri Feb 21 00:00:00 MST 2014mags1313 Rating:4.0
This blanket has been good to me for the few months I have had it. It's quite thin, whereas I prefer a heftier plush. But the warming elements have done their job and gotten me through nights that were -40. I got the grey and the color is very nice. It has a good silky feel. Others comment about the wires. I expect wires in an electric blanket so this isn't something I consider. For those of you that do, indeed the wires are very thin and unobtrusive. The preheating capability is quite nice. I'm extremely hopeful this blanket will last longer than the 2 Sunbeams I bought in 2 years!! Overall this is a quality electric blanket.
Sat Dec 08 00:00:00 MST 2012margeauxx Rating:5.0
Beautiful balnket, ordered in gray. Fit is jusr right for queen bed. Works great.
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