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Posted 17 October 2022

Silentnight Comfort Control Electric Blanket Single £22 / Double £28 / King £32 @ Asda

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No to be confused with the George offer, you can add these to your online grocery shop from £1 instead of George's £2.95 delivery or you can get free C&C, showing all in stock at my store, you need to be logged in to see local stock.

Just added a King to my shopping for Wednesday ;-)

Link to all sizes groceries.asda.com/sea…ght


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Beat the cold nights and chilly mornings with this Silentnight comfort control electric blanket. Easy to use, simply plug the blanket into the nearest power supply, pop it in to your bed and let it heat up in just minutes. Designed with 3 different heat settings that allow you to control your body temperature, it's a fast and effective way to gently relieve any aches and pains and lets you enjoy a soothing and calming sleep all year round.

Before washing disconnect the plug from the mains power supply.
If using the blanket all night or for extended periods please use a low heat setting one .
Overheat safety sensor.

This product comes in:
Single: 65cm x 135cm
Double: 120cm x 135cm
King: 137cm x 165cm
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    These are always small. I have a king size on my double bed
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    agree with this I've bought a few over the years (mainly reduced to clear for next to nothing once winter is over) and always found it best to go a size up if possible. Currently using a double one on single bed.
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    Are these better than electric throws?
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    An electric throw is better for portability say on the sofa, these are designed to go under the bed sheets and warm your bed up
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    My friend sent me one when my husband died, best gift I've ever received.
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    Saves lot of money if you don't heat all the house like me
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    48479641-3IfOa.jpgMine was just delivered, along with my washing up liquid and foam burst so I didn't get the small basket fee.
    Thank op.
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    Slim pickins on the stock front, some singles in Birchwood today, Damart is probably your best bet.
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    All in stock for me which makes a change!
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    Went to Southampton store to collect throw, saw couple blankets on king size. Even though online it says there is no stock available...
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    These are great!
    Some electric blankets come with timers that turn off automatically. FYI.
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    Got one of these a couple of years ago and it's great. Well worth the money, especially now that running a radiator costs a kidney.

    Wish I'd spent a bit more for one with a timer though and, as others have said, get a size up.
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    Ordered thanks.
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    absolute idiots Asda. ordered it on Monday, paid and due to collect today and got an email to say order cancelled??!!!

    what a absolute bunch of idiots. if ive paid for it, it was in stock then surely they should have put it to the side so it can't be picked up by walk in customers.

    absolutely fuming at the sheer incompetence.
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    Things happen, keep calm and carry on

    Also Click And Collect come from warehouses so not the stores fault. (edited)
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    I'm in the process of a warranty claim and they are honoring their 3 year warranty with no quibble or hassle.

    It's been a pleasant experience.
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    I'm considering buying one for my dogs and leaving it under their baskets on the floor. To keep them warm through the night. Think it'll work?
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    Or you could just by a heated dog blanket made for the job 🐶 :/
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